NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) — Inside the four-bedroom colonial set on a small rise, Nancy Lanza was already dead. But it was early yet, and it would be hours before her body was found — time enough for her son to unleash a slaughter.
For now, though, all seemed idyllic in this 300-year-old town under crystalline skies.
Adam Lanza, 20 years old, fascinated by computers and recalled by former classmates as painfully awkward, left the house in his mother’s car and drove past fine old churches and towering trees. It was the holiday season, and lawns were decorated with lights and electric reindeer. It was just five miles from home to Sandy Hook Elementary, where hallways and classrooms rang with talk of Hannukah and Christmas.
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Inside the music room, a group of fourth graders were watching the movie “The Nutcracker.”
Theodore Varga and some other teachers…
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