That’s right, on Christmas Day of 2009, when just about every business in the country was closed, numerous real estate transactions for the amount of $0.00 (free) took place in and around the town, most of which included families or public figures, such as Gene Rossen, who were in some way connected to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
If you listen to the Gashouse Live podcast then you know that I am completely open minded to “conspiracy theories” (I don’t even like to use that term because our society has created such a negative connotation around it). This doesn’t mean I believe everything I read, it just means that I am not one who shuts out any possibility; especially when that possibility involves the powers that be lying to us. In this day and age, I’m amazed that anyone has trouble believing that our government, our banks, and our media are lying to us on a daily basis. But I digress.
Let’s get back to the video in this article. Another piece of a very strange puzzle. There are so many questions with Sandy Hook, and this just adds fuel to the conspiracy fire. Why would all of these houses sell for $0 on Christmas Day? That is beyond odd. If you have an explanation what-so-ever then I am all ears. I know Sandy Hook is very difficult to discuss, but it involves the death of children, which is unbelievably heart wrenching. To me, that is all the more reason why we should have all of our questions answered. However, the more questions that are asked, the crazier this story gets (why would a victim’s parent laugh? who is the second shooter?
In the meantime, if you are curious about the all of the extremely strange circumstances surrounding the tragedy (and you have 3 hours to kill) then watch this documentary that breaks down every strange occurrence from that day: