One year before he went on a shooting spree that killed 32 faculty and students at Virginia Tech, Seung-Hui Cho wrote a paper for English class about that very subject, The Washington Post reported.

Several sources told the paper there is an eerie similarity between a fictional paper Cho wrote and the massacre inside Norris Hall on April 16 and was described by one as a "kind of blueprint" for the events that followed.

Click here to read the story in The Washington Post.

Virginia Tech University was required to hand over all of Cho’s writings to a panel appointed by Gov. Timothy Kaine, but this one was omitted at first and only recently did the panel receive a copy. The paper has not been released to the public.

According to the Post story, some of the words in Cho’s articles were the same ones he spoke in a videotape he made the morning of the deadliest shooting by an individual in U.S. history. Cho killed himself following the massacre.