First pictures of idyllic home where school shooter Adam Lanza murdered his mother – and the empty children's slide sitting out back | UPDATED: 19:05 GMT, 17 December 2012 A sad and lonely children's slide stands outside the home where Sandy Hook Elementary School gunman Adam Lanza lived – a poignant reminder of the 20 children he gunned down last Friday. Attached to a wooden climbing frame, the slide is positioned right outside the side door to the grand home Adam, 20, shared with his mother Nancy, who he gunned down inside before he left to commit his massacre. A side porch light has been left on outside the white $1.5 million dollar home which is set atop a steep, manicured green lawn which is surrounded by dense forest on either side
Were they targeted Four of Lanza's young victims lived within one-mile radius of the $1.5 million home that the troubled killer shared with his mother Dylan Hockley's family live on the same road as the gunman Grace McDonnell's parents can see Lanza's house from their front door Jessica Rekos and Chase Kowalski also lived in the neighborhood | UPDATED: 07:46 GMT, 17 December 2012 Four of the tragic child victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School gunman Adam Lanza lived within short walking distance of the $1.5 million home the killer shared with his mother, whom he also killed. The startling measure of how close knit the community of Sandy Hook really is comes as it was revealed that one of the victims of the school massacre, six-year old Dylan Hockley, was a neighbor to the 20-year-old shooter.
We're having a wonderful American adventure, said Dylan's father. Days later, the British boy was deadThe father of the British boy murdered in U.S.
We're having a wonderful American adventure, said Dylan's father. Days later, the British boy was deadThe father of the British boy murdered in U.S