Along the Hudson River, in the area once called the Tappaan Zee, near Tarry Town, so-called because the goodwives complained about their husbands tarrying at the tavern there, was a glen called by Washington Irving “Sleepy Hollow.” There, an old Indian seer had held his pow-wows long ago. And it was in this region that, during America’s Revolutionary War, a Hessian soldier had had his head torn off by a cannon ball. Ever since, folklore from that region had insisted upon the periodic re-appearance of the apparition of a figure on horseback without a head. This was the Headless Horseman.
Washington Irving went on to invent a fanciful tale based upon local folklore. But do not mistake the tale for the truth: The Headless Horseman is real.
The “news” about the December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook incident resembles a fanciful tale based upon local folklore. We especially lack hard facts. Instead, what trickles out is second-hand, from persons on the inside who “must remain anonymous.”
Has an autopsy been conducted on the remains of alleged killer Adam Lanza? Have toxicology tests been done? The secret sources relied upon in the “news” accounts have not yet spoken about it.
Also relying upon the secret sources is a report appearing in The National Enquirer, a weekly tabloid newspaper, of December 31, 2012. In that issue, it is reported that Adam Lanza was haunted by “voices ordering him to kill.” The Ichabod Crane look-alike was reportedly also a “devil worshiper.”
As for Nancy Lanza, mother of the alleged killer, she reportedly belonged to a “Doomsday Preppers” group and believed erroneous Mayan calendar supposed predictions that the world would end on December 21, 2012. Her Mayan doomsday belief was instilled into the mind of her son, Adam Lanza, if the National Enquirer report is true.
Inside his mother’s car subsequent to the December 14, 2012 carnage at Sandy Hook, a Russian-made semi-automatic shotgun was reportedly discovered. This weapon may have been left there for an “invisible friend,” speculates the National Enquirer. Except the “invisible friend” might well have been a real flesh-and-blood accomplice. National Enquirer reports that as of yet a second gunman at Sandy Hook has not officially been ruled out.
Ironically, on the very morning of December 14, 2012, Ersjdamoo’s Blog advised we had entered a “critical time phase.” That blog entry was posted early in the morning, hours before the Sandy Hook incident unfolded. In “Johnny Cash Demands Truth,” the numerical phase between 12/12/12 and 12/21/12 was seen as a “red line” due to the reversal of the “12” and the “21” at the borders of those two dates.
At this point we have little, if any, hard facts about the Sandy Hook incident of December 14, 2012. As already noted, what little real news we get is quantified as being from mysterious secret sources. As of now, we have much noise but little truth. Therefore I apologize but, for now, I must go with theory: The “Headless Horseman” theory offered in the Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of December 23, 2012.