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“Tuck Everlasting” and the Sandy Hook shooter

I noted earlier how “The Big Book of Granny” was created during an important juncture in the Sandy Hook shooter’s life — the family at 36 Yogananda was starting to splinter, the shooter (at age ten) was already exhibiting a few … Continue reading

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What was the “Big Book of Granny”?

It’s been a little while. So first, a quick note about the status of this blog: I’ve been very hard at work over the last year, focused on researching and writing my book about the Sandy Hook shooting. It’s occupied … Continue reading

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Sandy Hook shooter’s former psychiatrist arrested

The above mugshot shows the man who was the primary psychiatrist for Sandy Hook shooter during the shooter’s teenage years. Dr. Paul Lewis Fox was arrested on Wednesday in Connecticut and charged with three counts of second-degree sexual assault, the … Continue reading

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GPS data indicates that arcade footage showed Sandy Hook shooter

I think most readers of this blog are probably familiar with the video clip that surfaced on facebook sometime after the Sandy Hook shooting (though it was uploaded six months before the event,) showing a person who is believed to … Continue reading

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Lanza home sold to Newtown for $1, contents burned

Link to the Courant: Bank Burned Lanza Items To Prevent Memorabilia Sales I would just quickly note that the items burned were only the ones left in the home, i.e. not anything that was found to be of evidentiary value (or even potential … Continue reading

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Columbine forum members had recommended physically destroying hard drives

One of the most significant lingering questions about the Sandy Hook case is the killer’s hard drive: what was on it? Why did he obliterate it just hours before ending his own life, having committed one of the most heinous crimes in … Continue reading

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An illustration from “The Big Book of Granny”: Adam Lanza’s 2draw from 2005

This is something I’ve been sitting on for awhile. I just wasn’t sure it was worth posting about before, seeing it as more of an odd bit of trivia about the case than anything else, but today’s release of the official report … Continue reading

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A few new Smiggles posts, and a note on teddy bears (yes, really)

I’ve been looking through the Internet Archive of the old SCMRPG discussion forum, looking for posts from Adam Lanza that didn’t show up in the Google archive of ShockedBeyondBelief. Posts that have slipped through the cracks, in other words. I’ve found … Continue reading

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100-page report on Adam Lanza’s childhood years to be released soon

via The Courant: The report, expected in early November, does not specifically point to any one individual or institution as failing Lanza, and does not link any lapse or gap in the records to the shootings. But it suggests more … Continue reading

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Bullet Time: a review (part 1 of 2)

This is part 2 of my analysis of Bullet Time. If you don’t know what that is, read “Bullet Time: what is it?” This is going to be a detailed analysis of every scene in the film, specifically as it … Continue reading

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