In search of Dawn.

Outstanding investigative work by Cinderella’s Broom on Dawn Hochsprung, the alleged murdered principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School who, strangely, managed to give an interview about the massacre to the Newtown Bee a day BEFORE the massacre.
https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2015/08/19/sandy-hooks-dead-school-principal-interviewed-about-massacre-one-day-before-the-massacre/

Despite the secrecy, Cinderella’s Broom succeeded in identifying the cemetery in which Hochsprung’s body was buried….

Wait!

CORRECTION: Despite the secrecy, Cinderella’s Broom succeeded in identifying the cemetery that contains a gravestone of Hochsprung — the woman who spoke to the local newspaper about the very massacre in which she was killed, a day before it happened.

That Hochsprung truly was/is a remarkable woman!

Cinderella's Broom

Where lie the remains of Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, former principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School, reported to be slain by Adam Lanza during the Sandy Hook massacre of December 2012?

The answer isn’t found in Mrs. Hochsprung’s obituary, which lists the burial site as “unknown.”

We hit another impasse in a Huff article about Mrs. Hochsprung’s funeral on December 19, 2012. We’re told that it took place at Munson-Lovetere Funeral home in Woodbury, Connecticut, but the funeral and burial were “private.”

That left us with our assignment, one that took us to Broadalbin in Fulton County, New York during two trips earlier this year. Broadalbin is where George and Dawn Hochsprung built their dream home prior to the massacre.

It seemed as good a place to begin as any. As aging Sandy Hook researchers, we were tired of Newtown, Woodbury and the looming haunts of Fairfield Hills. The search…

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8 responses to “In search of Dawn.

  1. Fabulous post! How strange that Dawn seems to almost be a disembodied ghost! Just adds to the foundation that this whole thing was a hoax.

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  2. Pingback: In search of Dawn. — Fellowship of the Minds | kommonsentsjane

  3. There may be a buried casket, but I don’t think Dawn’s in it.

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