Sol Pais, the 18-year-old Surfside, Florida teen who is currently the subject of a nationwide manhunt after threatening Jefferson County schools, is reportedly behind a disturbing, death-obsessed website that claims being alive is “overrated.”
Sol Pais Website: What Is It? Does It Exist?
According to reports — while authorities have yet to confirm whether or not Pais operated the website — a journal entry-like website penned by someone named “Sol Paid” has been uncovered.
The website contains graphic and disturbing drawings that depict guns and death.
Additionally, there are quotes written by the author such as “being alive is f**king overrated” and “be the best killer you can be.”
While authorities have yet to confirm any relationship between Pais and the website, Heavy reports that a private Instagram account with photos that resembled Pais includes a link to the aforementioned website.
The website also includes a “to do in my lifetime” section that lists tasks such as “self destruct, burn out, walk away, reject apologies, fade.”
Additionally, the website is filled with over 60 pages of scanned journal entries and is signed by “Sol Pais”, according to Heavy.
Who Is Sol Pais & What Did She Do?
Pais — who authorities say is “infatuated” with the 1999 Columbine High School Massacre — flew into Colorado from South Florida on Monday, April 15.
After arriving in Colorado, police say Pais purchased a pump-action shotgun and then made a credible threat of committing an act of violence in the Jefferson County, Colorado area.
As a result of Pais’ threats, over 20 schools were locked down on Tuesday, April 16, and some remain closed on Wednesday, April 17 as a precaution.
Pais made the threats just days before the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting that resulted in the deaths of 12 students and one teacher.
At this time, Pais is still on the run from authorities. While police have asked for the public’s help in locating Pais, they have urged anyone who sees her not to approach her as she should be considered armed and extremely dangerous.
Instead, police have asked anyone who sees Pais to immediately contact the FBI’s tip hotline by dialing at 303-630-6227.