Aggie Prof to Warn Before Screaming Bloody Murder

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    Stadelmann was leading a religious studies class when he loudly slammed a door and began yelling about Jonah's rage at God for not smiting the Assyrians.

    A Texas A&M professor says he'll let colleagues know in advance before he screams about killing people after an incident that led students in a neighboring classroom to take cover under their desks.

    The Bryan-College Station Eagle reported Monday that philosophy teacher Richard Stadelmann's Nov. 23 educational outburst led a worried teacher in a nearby room to call police.

    Stadelmann was leading a religious studies class when he loudly slammed a door and began yelling about Jonah's rage at God for not smiting the Assyrians.

    Stadelmann says he was into character and "genuinely angry."

    Police were called off when it became clear that nobody was in danger.

    An Oct. 28 report of a gunman on campus led to a lockdown. School officials later determined the person's replica weapon was a Halloween prop.