There is something peculiar about the trilogy of Batman movies which premiered in 2005, 2008, and 2012 respectively. These films have “a darker tone” than earlier Batman interpretations. Batman is a vigilante who operates outside the law, which sends a bad message. But what is more peculiar is bizarre events and hidden messages in these evil Batman movies.
The first of the films, “Batman Begins” (2005) offers a plot to induce terrifying (terrorist) hallucinations via the water supply. The second film, “The Dark Knight” (2008) is where we have the strange death of Heath Ledger, who portrayed the “Joker” villain in the movie. Ledger died in January 2008, soon after he had finished work on Dark Knight. Actor Jack Nicholson, who had portrayed the Joker in an earlier Batman movie, sighed and said, “I tried to warn Heath about getting into the Joker character.” Nicholson believed the Joker was so inherently evil that there was an actual danger for an actor who portrayed the villain.
A real-life “Joker” seems to have emerged in Aurora, Colorado at the premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises” (2012). “A gunman, dressed in tactical clothing, set off tear gas grenades and shot into the audience with multiple firearms, killing 12 people and injuring 58 others. The sole suspect is James Eagan Holmes, who was arrested outside the cinema minutes later.” (“2012 Aurora shooting”, Wikipedia, May 5, 2013)
If you can see the image above of James Eagan Holmes, then you tell me he is not a good facsimile of the “Joker” himself. Were terrifying (terrorist) hallucinations induced via the water supply? The movie theater where it happened had a pre-recorded alarm message which played repeatedly after the shooting began: “Murder in the theater… Murder in the theater…”
Alert persons, in the aftermath of the tragic Sandy Hook shootings of December 14, 2012, found “Sandy Hook” and “Aurora” in the third installment of the infamous Batman trilogy, “Dark Knight Rises.”
And now we have one Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, alleged to have helped perpetrate the Boston Marathon bombings of April 15, 2013. And how is that name “Dzhokhar” pronounced? It is pronounced “Jo-kar” (Joker).
Thus we can see a Batman aspect to the Boston bombings.