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Lowell "Red" Kinney, right, and his son Jesse standing by the Red's Trading Post truck around 1945

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  • Trinidad Esparza sailed through high school as student body president and a star athlete, and went on to college and then a job as a tax auditor. But then he started feeling paranoid and thought voices in the television were talking to him. He stopped eating and even stopped drinking water. He had to resign from his job, and eventually was hospitalized and diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder.
  • My Crazy Brother
  • Trinidad Esparza sailed through high school as student...
  • High Country News
  • Apr 30, 2008
  • Ray Ring, right, with his brother John
  • My Crazy Brother
  • Ray Ring, right, with his brother John
  • High Country News
  • Apr 30, 2008
  • Dotti Ray (far left), gunshot wound to the head, 1995
    Shown here with children Tisha and TJ Thomson, Dotti Ray struggled with depression and migraine headaches for 12 years before she committed suicide in 1995.
  • My Crazy Brother
  • Dotti Ray (far left), gunshot wound to the...
  • High Country News
  • Apr 30, 2008
  • Ricky Encinas says, My wife and I actually had no idea what mental illness was. We hadnt even heard about schizophrenia. After years of turmoil, (the twins) finally learned to take medication continuously, and everything kind of leveled off. Robert now has his own apartment and Richard has a job, is married and has a child. Encinas family, left, from Nothing to Hide: Mental Illness in the Family.
  • My Crazy Brother
  • Ricky Encinas says, My wife and I actually...
  • High Country News
  • Apr 30, 2008
  • Kevin Graham (right), hanged, 2003
    Major General Mark Graham, at Fort Carson, Colo., and his wife, Carol, highlight their story in TV and newspaper interviews. One of their sons, Kevin, suffered depression and hanged himself when he was 21. (Their other son, Jeff, was killed in the Iraq War; they also have a daughter, Melanie.)
  • My Crazy Brother
  • Kevin Graham (right), hanged, 2003 Major General Mark...
  • High Country News
  • Apr 30, 2008
  • Trinidad Esparza sailed through high school as student body president and a star athlete, and went on to college and then a job as a tax auditor. But then he started feeling paranoid and thought voices in the television were talking to him. He stopped eating and even stopped drinking water. He had to resign from his job, and eventually was hospitalized and diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder.  Esparza family, left, from Nothing to Hide: Mental Illness in the Family. Gigi Kaeser photo.
  • My Crazy Brother
  • Trinidad Esparza sailed through high school as student...
  • High Country News
  • Apr 30, 2008
  • Lowell "Red" Kinney, right, and his son Jesse standing by the Red's Trading Post truck around 1945
  • A Fistful of Bullets
  • Lowell "Red" Kinney, right, and his son Jesse...
  • Courtesy High Country News
  • Aug 29, 2007
  • Young girls at a target practice at the Front Sight Firearms shooting range outside Las Vegas
  • A Fistful of Bullets
  • Young girls at a target practice at the...
  • Courtesy High Country News
  • Aug 29, 2007

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