Some of the property ownership and other records have been altered since I first saw them in March 2013, as noted below. In fact, since I posted this yesterday, all my links to the Rockingham County, New Hampshire, registry of deeds have been broken. Incredibly, the index page with "I" names was removed in real time from the registry of deeds itself, while I was working on editing this just now. This shows that public records online can be readily tampered with. I have screenshots, however, and will link to those here. Although each is only a fragment, you can piece the deeds together, or find them yourself, through putting in book and page on the registry of deeds' site. (And when the tracking applet comes up, a new feature, you can press "Deny" and still use the site.) (Except I did that on June 11, and my computer immediately stopped working.)
For those new to my views, be advised that I am solidly in the camp that regards Sandy Hook as a phony, staged incident--a psy op involving a big cast of actors. No blood, no bodies, no operating school, millions funneled to the "survivors," including via a rigged state lottery--that is just the beginning of a long list of indications the event was a hoax. See this video for a primer on the hoax.
John Philip Woodall: I would be remiss in not starting out with John Woodall, who lives in Newtown. He played a big role in Sandy Hook, talking endlessly about "resilience." He is a psychologist at Harvard Medical School, as well as the founder of the "Unity Project," an effort closely intertwined with the Baha'i faith. (Lynne B., who ran "Sandy Hook Truth," made this connection originally.) Another Baha'i adherent is Maurice Strong, the motivating force behind Agenda 21, which pursues the eradication of national boundaries and is devoted to equalizing economic disparity among peoples--not by raising the economic status of the impoverished, it would appear, but by stripping the middle class in the better-off countries of their wealth. (As an aside, I was on the other side from Maurice Strong in the AWDI case in 1989: he was the man behind American Water Development, Inc., trying to lock up the groundwater in the San Luis Valley, Colorado.)
Patricia A. Hubbs sold a half interest in 6 Sunnyview Terrace, Sandy Hook, CT, on Feb. 18, 2009, to Patricia A. Hubbs Revocable Trust, and a half-interest to Maureen Will, the director of Emergency Communications for Newtown, who played a huge role in the Sandy Hook soap opera. Maureen Will acquired the remaining half-interest in 6 Sunnyview Terrace on Jan. 14, 2011, although Patricia A. Hubbs still showed up in Spokeo on March 27, 2013, as living at that address. An Edward Doherty is listed as also living at 6 Sunnyview Terrace, who may be her brother or uncle.
Both 17 Riverside Rd. and 6 Sunnyview Terrace are directly across from the putative Sandy Hook elementary school property, and 17 Riverside Rd. has been listed for sale since I first looked at it in early 2013. This site has some interesting speculation about the real uses of this building.
The property appraiser's records for 17 Riverside Road show that, in 2008, that address was titled in the name "Estate of Anna Margaret Doherty." The "my life.com" entry for Patricia Doherty in 2013 established that her parents' names were Anna Margaret and David A. Doherty. I cannot find that now (June 4, 2014). I have been able to find (and confirm) no information about either of the parents. There are lots of Dohertys in Sandy Hook.
Patricia Hubbs and Kathleen Ulman are co-founders of Boston Threshold Group, which "includes professionals from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and Northern Ireland who wish to promote the theory and practice of group psychotherapy" and sponsored the Northern Ireland Group Psychotherapy Conference for 13 years until 2010. Those links have been disabled since I found them last year; however, this one still works. The "Red Well Theater Group" went to Ireland to perform at that conference in 2010 and will be performing at the American Group Psychotherapy Association's conference in Boston on March 8, 2014. It puts on plays to "train psychotherapists."
Thomas S. Langner and Susan Kassirer: Lynne B., who ran the Sandy Hook Truth blog in 2013, made the initial discovery about Thomas S. Langner. Langner came up as "associated with" William Halstead in whitepages.com.
A little background: William Halstead has been the chief of the Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company since 1978--a very long time. He was, therefore, in charge of the fire station, which played such a prominent role in the Sandy Hook incident. Halstead's daughter Karin is an EMT and captain of the fire department; her husband John Jeltema is also a fireman. Halstead's son William, Jr., is an EMT and former captain with SHVFRCo. and director of security at Yale. Halstead's ex-wife Barbara Halstead was putatively the secretary at Sandy Hook School, who, hiding in a closet, made the initial 9-1-1 call about a shooter being in the school (and gave a different story about her experience in every interview I read with her). William Halstead's new wife, Debbie Aurelia, is the Newtown Town Clerk, who has vigorously pushed for legislation designating death certificates of minors as nonpublic records.
The whitepages.com association of Halstead with Thomas S. Langner is another connection between a mental health professional and an emergency responder in Sandy Hook. Langner is a well-known psychiatrist, having published an influential book in 1963, Life Stress and Mental Health: the Midtown Manhattan Study, as well as other books. So Langner is now 89 or 90 years old.
In 2013, Langner was listed as the property owner of 6 Still Hill Road in Sandy Hook (as well as considerable property on Toddy Hill Rd.), but lived most of the year, with his second wife Susan Kassirer, at an address on Central Park in New York City. Kassirer has written letters to media outlets and given testimony calling for gun control after Sandy Hook, using her New York address. Curiously, just before the Sandy Hook incident she and her husband moved to Sandy Hook to live full-time. She writes children's books. In an interview with the Newtown Bee in 2013 she said they moved one day before Hurricane Sandy struck in October 2012, saying nothing about the shooting, which one would think might cast a pall over their idyll.
Langner's first wife, Nola, was an illustrator of children's books. They had five children. Their twin girls, Belinda and Gretchen, had a website on which they were flacking for monetary donations from people to "help us get well." (They simply had some dietary restrictions!) I say "had" because that site is down now, too. It was taken down after I emailed Lynne B. about it. Here is the URL--I don't know how to check for a cache. The point is, they invoked the now-familiar mechanism of playing on people's pity to raise funds for themselves via a website. This is something people in this family know about and do.
Before leaving this group I note there is an Edward G. Halstead who is or was a psychiatrist at Yale Medical School and Fairfield Hills State Hospital, both close to Newtown. There is also a Richard W. Halstead who is a professional counselor in West Hartford, CT, and wrote a book, "From Tragedy to Triumph: Counselor & Companion, Story of the Hero's Journey." This sounds very similar to the theme of the Unity Project and its founder John Woodall, whose blurb says, “Show me a tragedy and I'll show you a potential hero! Turning tragedy into resilient strengths."
Gene Rosen: Gene Rosen played a prominent role in the Sandy Hook story. He was a psychologist at Fairfield Hills State Hospital for many years, and also is involved in community theatre. So much has been written about his performance on Dec. 14, 2012, that I have done no additional research on him.
Isgut/Buttafoco/Zullo: The following research was posted by Anne Berg on the Sandy Hook Truth website. I've added to it a little--and now much more information has been posted on the Memory Hole blog. Alexander E. Isgut is not a mental health professional, but is nevertheless a doctor in Newtown, CT, at 19 Church Hill Rd. He shows up as the current owner of the Lanzas' putative former home in Kingston, New Hampshire. Note that his address on the deed is in a different typeface from the rest, so the deed has been altered. (It is at Book 5232, p. 0265, in the Rockingham County records; I've removed my link because it was rendered inoperable right after I put this up.) The previous owners are Isgut's daughter and her husband. The daughter has the names Maria Adriana Isgut, Maria Adriana Buttafoco (the name I believe is current), Maria Adriana Zullo, and Adrienne Zullo (Zullo being a likely ex-husband). She also shows up in whitepages in Newtown, CT. Sometimes "Maria" is omitted.
The Lanza home, at 44 Depot Road, Kingston, NH, was putatively carved out of a larger piece of property owned by Nancy Lanza's mother, whose name was Champion, at 46 Depot Road, in 1998. However, the recorded subdivision plat lacks indicia of authenticity. (It is Plan No. 16214.) The home at 44 Depot Road was purchased in 2011 by Alexander E. Isgut, one of whose colleagues at his medical office in Newtown is Maureen Engel, APRN. Both have admitting privileges at Danbury Hospital. (Olivia Engel, age 6, was reported killed on Dec. 14, 2012, in Sandy Hook.) James Champion, putatively Nancy Lanza's brother, continues to own and live at 46 Depot Road, as of the last time I researched this matter.
While the present is a work in progress, I note that occupying the Lanza property, or at least having the home right next door, is a way a principal in any play-acting can control what happens on that property. I refer first to Alexander Isgut and James Champion, and their control of 44 Depot Rd. in Kingston, New Hampshire. The Memory Hole blog post linked to above establishes that both these men were at Summertown, Tennessee--a commune known as "The Farm"--in their early days. Second, the house next door to the Lanza home on Yogananda Street in Sandy Hook is owned by John Trentacosta, the president of the Newtown Savings Bank and a bigwig in United Way, which controls the charitable fund for Sandy Hook "victims."