The Billing family was exceptional in many ways. Four biological children, and six adopted children, all living in a 12-bedroom mansion in upstate New York. These photos from Filmmaker Chris Billing, who was 16 when Bobby and Tyler were killed, are a glimpse into a family before it is shattered.
An undated photograph of the Overlook mansion, home to the Billing family.
This family portrait of the Billings in 1978 is the last known photograph of Bobby and Tyler (left, in tan suits).
The Billing children gather around the kitchen table in their pajamas not long after Bobby, Tyler, Lana, and Janelle were adopted.
An undated portrait of the Billing family.
Tyler, Bobby, Lana, and Janelle are dressed to the nines for another adoption agency picture.
Tyler, Lana, Janelle, and Bobby before they were adopted in 1971 by the Billing family.
Bobby, Lana, Janelle, and Tyler pose for a photo taken by their social worker.
An undated photograph of the four Crow Indian children, (left to right) Bobby, Lana, Tyler, and Janelle, circa 1971 in Montana.