Peter Lanza, the father of Newtown shooter, Adam Lanza, spoke with the NewYorker, and what he had to say was nothing short of bone chilling..
NewYorker journalist Andrew Solomon asked Peter how he would feel if he could see his son again.
“Quite honestly, I think that I wouldn’t recognize the person I saw,” he said. “All I could picture is there’d be nothing there, there’d be nothing. Almost, like, ‘Who are you, stranger?’ ” Peter declared that he wished Adam had never been born, that there could be no remembering who he was outside of who he became. “That didn’t come right away. That’s not a natural thing, when you’re thinking about your kid. But, God, there’s no question. There can only be one conclusion, when you finally get there. That’s fairly recent, too, but that’s totally where I am.”