Handguns, shotguns and rifles.Those are what Alvaro Castillo listed as his general interests on his Myspace.com page.He also wrote that he likes cooking, cleaning, singing and target practice.Myspace, an Internet site that's popular among young people, allows users to create their own Web sites and post personal information, such as favorite movies, music, books and heroes. Sometimes they blog and post photos.Castillo's Myspace page offers a glimpse into the troubled teen who is charged with opening fire at Orange High School on Wednesday and with killing his father, Rafael Castillo, a janitor with Durham Public Schools.Under Alvaro's "pics" is a photograph that depicts him holding a pair of scissors above another male's head as if he was going to stab him. The caption reads, "Attempted Murder. Are you scared? Ha ha."The 19-year-old lists his heroes on his site. They include "God, Mom, Dad, Victoria..." He also writes that he would most like to meet John Hinckley Jr., Tom Hanks, Michael Moore and God.Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, and Moore directed "Bowling for Columbine," a documentary in which Moore suggested the causes for the 1999 Columbine High School massacre and other acts of gun violence. In a letter to The Chapel Hill News dated Aug. 29, Castillo wrote that he was obsessed with the Columbine shooting, in which students Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris killed 12 students and one teacher and wounded dozens of others. Then they committed suicide. Castillo's Myspace site contains postings from his friends, including his younger sister, Victoria, who graduated from Orange High this past June.Most of her posts are pleading with her brother to write her back. "Dude whats kicking? Feeling good today? You better leave me a comment NOW or I'll be mad at you for a large amount of time. Ha ha. Bye," she wrote on Jan. 9.Her most recent comment was posted Aug. 20: "hey Al, it's me. What are you up to?"Since her father's death and her brother's arrest Wednesday, Victoria's Myspace page has been filling up with messages from friends offering support and condolences. "Victoria, my best friend. I love you with all my heart and hate that you have to go through all this," one friend wrote Aug. 31. "I can't believe it i'm still in shock. i'm going to come see you today. You KNOW you can always call me anytime of the night i'm going to be here for you. You're a beautiful woman stay strong. I love you gurlie.""Victoria, I love you so much. I am praying for you and the family. I will always be here for you no matter what!" was the message her friend Josh Walker posted Thursday.In a phone interview, Walker, 18, said he's known Victoria and her family for four years and graduated from high school with Victoria."It was such a shock," he said. "I did not expect it at all."He said Alvaro Castillo was nice."He was well-mannered ... and so friendly," he said "Everyone liked him."