Police: Man Goes On Shooting Rampage, Kills Neighbor POSTED: 4:49 pm EDT August 27, 2007 UPDATED: 11:34 pm EDT August 27, 2007 ROME, Ga. -- A shooting rampage in a remote neighborhood in Rome has left one man dead, a schoolteacher fighting for her life and many wondering what started it all. Police believe a 36-year-old man fired some 200 shots from an AK-47 Sunday night, peppering nearby houses with bullets. Officials said when some neighbors came to see what had started it all, they were shot. "My brother has multiple sclerosis and he's bedridden and my mother was at his side and looking at where the bullet holes went, it is quite amazing. (It's) just that the angles were such that they weren't affected," said Jeff Wigley. Wigley's mother and brother were home when the bullets began flying in their neighborhood. The Wigley's small home was riddled with bullets. "It was an AK-47. Right now we've counted that there were over 157 shots in this one house," said Sgt. Gary Conway, pointing at the Wigley's home. Police said the gunman was the Wigley's neighbor, 36-year-old John Clayton Corley. No one knows why he started shooting, but Corley emptied clip after clip from his AK-47. All the noise and gunshots attracted Corleyâ€™s other neighbor Jeffrey Christian. Christian's daughter says the two barely knew each other. "Haven't talked to each other in many years. He hadn't lived down there in a long time," said Jeffrey's daughter, Hope Christian. When asked what happened, Hope Christian said, "I don't know. I guess he just came outside. They said he'd been having rages and such but I guess he just took it out on all the neighbors and my dad just happened to step up and be in the wrong place." Jeffrey Christian was killed Sunday. Christian, shot several times in the chest, died in his driveway. His girlfriend, Hayes Avery -- a schoolteacher and mother of a young son -- was shot while behind a truck some 80 yards away and critically wounded. Authorities said Corley, out of ammo for his AK-47 but still holding a shotgun, gave up when Rome police arrived. Neighbors said Corley is a military veteran who had been tormented for years by "something." Officials said Corleyâ€™s neighborhood rampage left behind grief and questions. "There's been a lot of tears and I got a lot of phone calls today. It's real shocking. I haven't really caught onto it yet," said Hope Christian. Police said they are investigating and are looking into where Corley got the AK-47 and ammunition. Officials believe over 200 shots were fired. Corley is being held at the Floyd County Jail and has been charged with murder. Officials said more charges are likely.