Revealed: How Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza "passed over" a classroom full of children – because he though it was empty

Revealed: How Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza 'passed over' a classroom full of children – because he though it was empty Investigation into the shooting has revealed that Lanza ignored a classroom full of children because he thought the room was emptyConnecticut State Police sources reveal the horrifying and chilling sequence of events of December 14thLanza killed 26 people at Sandy Hook – including 20 children in 1st grade Adam Lanza, 20, had clippings and information on every recent mass murder committed inside and outside the United States prior to the massacre he executed at the Connecticut elementary school after Adam Lanza opened fire killing 20 1st graders” class=”blkBorder” /> Connecticut State Police lead a line of children from the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 after Adam Lanza opened fire killing 20 1st graders The school had recently performed a practice lockdown drill and the black construction paper that had been put up on the door had been left there – leading Lanza to think the classroom was empty. Roig and her class, sat in petrified silence while they heard Lanza continue past their door

Sandy Hook elementary school shooting: How one girl became the sole survivor of her class by playing dead

'Mommy, I'm okay, but all my friends are dead': Harrowing story of how one six-year-old girl became the sole survivor of her class by playing deadGirl pretended to be dead among the corpses of her classmatesFirst student out of the schoolShe ran to her mother covered in blood | UPDATED: 10:19 GMT, 17 December 2012 One incredibly brave little girl is the only survivor of her first grade class because she played dead while her friends were killed around her by gunman Adam Lanza. The unnamed girl's story was revealed after her mother attended grief counseling with a local pastor Jim Solomon.

Video reveals mother"s tearful last words to her young sons as she prepared to die in snow storm

'Sorry, but nobody's ever going to find me:' Video reveals mother's tearful last words to her young sons as she prepared to die in deadly snow stormPaula Lane, 46, of Nevada told her twin sons she was sorry and talked about her plan to seek help in the video Lane was discovered by her brother after spending six days in the wilderness Her family said they had prepared Lane's 11-year-old twin sons for the worstLane is being treated for first-degree frostbite and malnourishment Her boyfriend, 44-year-old Roderick Clifton, father to three daughters, died trying to seek help 'She is mighty and she's a survivor,' Lane's sister said | UPDATED: 00:41 GMT, 13 December 2012 A woman who was trapped in a snowstorm for six days left a tearful video for her twin 11-year-old sons, whom she feared she would never see again.

Patrick Moore and why knowledge trumps the vacuous appeal of celebrity

Patrick Moore and why knowledge trumps the vacuous appeal of celebrity | UPDATED: 07:37 GMT, 11 December 2012 The passing of Patrick Moore, stargazer, great British eccentric and professional grump, leaves David Attenborough as the last survivor of the golden age of telly-teachers. For half a century, the small screen, and especially the BBC portion of it, boasted a galaxy of presenters whose unembarrassed mission was to deliver sparkling lectures on things they knew a lot about: astronomy, wildlife, science, history, art, gardening. Their programmes were unlike almost anything nowadays, on two counts