Are new Adam Lanza photos going to surface on PBS? That’s clearly what will occur on Tuesday night in an upcoming documentary that profiles the life of Adam Lanza, the young man accused of killing over two dozen people at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
The documentary is entitled “Raising Adam Lanza,” and in it, viewers will get a first hand look at the kind of person Adam was as a child. But viewers will also finally see new photos of Lanza, as well.
The photos, which vary by year and go back as far as Lanza's very early childhood, are interwoven into a story that features friend’s of the Lanza family, as well as Lanza’s mother, Nancy.
The documentary, like most PBS productions, will also feature a narrator.
In a PBS clip entitled “Don’t Touch Adam” (which you can watch in the link below) a family friend named Marvin LaFontaine recalls how Lanza’s mother reiterated to him that Adam hated to be touched.
Being touched was so bad for Adam, in fact, that he was unable to receive a high five or even a pat on the back.
To see more photos of Adam Lanza, as well as learn more about his upbringing, be sure to tune into PBS tonight.