Newtown has Reputation as Satanist Hub

by Perry J. DeAngelis – The Connecticut Skeptic Vol.1 Issue 1 (Winter ’96) henrymakow.com Dec 22, 2012

I have lived all but four of my thirty two years in Connecticut.  In that time I have heard about the haunted cemeteries, Revolutionary War ghosts and hidden psionic labs (more on all these in future issues).  
Satanism in Connecticut, specifically Newtown, has been one I’ve often heard.  It was only a few months ago when a friend came to me with tales of further satanic atrocities perpetrated in Newtown as told to her by a local nun.  Once again the shadow of Lucifer’s wing had apparently darkened the skies over this innocent hamlet.  This was a respected nun at a well known school.  If she too could fall under the sway of these rumors, then indeed they could not be ignored.  Understanding the obvious connection between a woman of the cloth and satanic sensitivity, this was still a person of irreproachable reputation.  And she was not alone.  
When I was in middle school, and again in secondary education, teachers commented about Satanists in Newtown.  Indeed, one went so far as to describe a dance held off Pine Tree Road in the night wood.  How my teacher came by these details, I do not know.  At the time I was not inclined to ask.
From teachers to housewives, nuns to carpenters, the tale would not die.  It seemed to have a tremendous half-life.  When I found it still burning brightly all these years later, it was time to discover the truth.  I set about to discover just what was rearing its ugly head in Newtown.

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