Colin and his family were affected by the Shankill bombing. Alife, Colin’s father was in the bombing area the fish shop when it’s exploded. Colin and his mother knew that Alfie could be one of the injured or killed people. Colin’s mother searched about Alfie but Alife were wondered that’s why one of the men was wearing surgical gloves. The victim was taken to the hospital and he was totally covered. Then, the family knew that the man with the gloves was a Catholic man and he was the bomber. After this occurrence the McCrery family started to live in a great hectic and fear they become prisoners and strangers in their own home. At night, they looked all the windows and doors perfectly even if one of the family children waked up at night to drink water or to go to the bathroom they must wake their father first. The Troubles affected on McCrery in a negative way (un.org). Mark is a Catholic boy; he lost his father when he was just six years old. His father was shot and killed by Protestant gunman. Although that (Mark) became sixteen years old he remains deeply affected because of this conflict he still struggles and with his anger and hates. Mark does not share his sadness with any one he prefers to keep his bad memories for him self. The death of Mark’s was broadcasting in the televisions and newspapers but he does not need all these things to remember this awful tragedy. Mark’s anger started to become bigger and bigger with time even it’s stared to pulling him down into despair and hopelessness.