Adam Lanza, the young man who went on a murderous rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, may have called into a radio show a year before the massacre to compare the psychology of a “teenage mall shooter” to the chimpanzee named Travis who mauled his owner’s friend in 2009.

Adam Lanza Calls Anarchy Radio

The call, placed into Oregon college radio station Anarchy Radio, was traced to Lanza through an online pseudonym and two friends of his that recognized his voice – despite his attempts to destroy it, reported The New York Daily News. Using the name Greg, Lanza posits to the radio hosts that not much separates someone who seemingly randomly commits mass murder from the chimpanzee that tore up the face of a woman in Connecticut.

“His attack can be seen entirely parallel to the attacks and random acts of violence that you bring up on your show every week, committed by humans, which the mainstream also has no explanation,” the man thought to be Lanza said of Travis. “I just … don’t think it would be such a stretch to say that he very well could have been a teenage mall shooter or something like that.”

Lanza went on to state that Travis’ behavior, “wasn’t simply because he was a senselessly violent, impulsive chimp. Travis wasn’t an untamed monster at all. Um, he wasn’t just feigning domestication, he was civilized. Um, he was able to integrate into society.”

"Dismissing his attack as simply being the senseless violence and impulsiveness of a chimp, instead of a human, is wishful thinking at best," Lanza continued.

Lanza Posts On Columbine Video Game Message Board

Following his call-in with Anarchy Radio’s John Zerzan, it’s thought that Lanza posted on the Shocked Beyond Belief message board for fans of the video game – which reenacts the Columbine High School shooting in 1999 – to evaluate how it went. “It didn’t go as horribly as I anticipated,” Lanza supposedly posted anonymously under the name Smiggles. “I wish that I hadn’t spoken nonstop about Travis for so long, but I didn’t want to seem crazy by randomly bringing up a chimpanzee for unknown reasons.”

Although police have yet to officially confirm that the voice on the radio show and the messages from Smiggles belong to Lanza, they have been looking into the veracity of the speculation. “Adam Lanza may have called a radio station, but I do not specifically know whether or not that is Adam Lanza,” Danbury State Attorney Stephen Sedensky told the News.

– Chelsea Regan

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