One bullet hole too many is now in this window of a Grundy County woman.
"Our theory is that it was intended," says Benji Goins' the victim's father.
Through that window, into the television and wall, but not before grazing 17 year old Tim Goins.
"That's what we were doing that night, laughing and cuttin up, fixing to watch some tv," explains Goin's grandmother the night gunfire rang out inside her home.
Goins' grandmother wishes not to be identified.
But doesn't understand why someone would target her grandson.
"He listens to his music and watches tv a lot with me. And goes to church as a family and he loves the church family, claims them as his own," she explains.
Before gunfire rang out early Monday morning, the family had spent Sunday morning at Church.
"That's what we did every Sunday night, we'd go to church, come home, and he'd say ma maw what kind of movie are we going to watch or what are we going to listen to and we'd get a movie," she explains.
Officials continue to investigate why this, otherwise, quiet home dons the markings of a shooter.
The victim's father, Benji Goins' says, "Police believe that someone actually exited their vehicle and got close. They believe it was a high powered rifle."
Whether this incident was accidental or intentional, the family just wants to know who would do this and and why.
"Just really looking for answers, as far as we know he didn't have any enemies, we don't have any ourselves, and can't really figure out a just cause why anyone do this. We're just scared for his safety," says Goins'.
The family is also prepared to offer a reward for anyone who knows who did this.