According to reports on Jan 17, 2013, Sandy Hook hoax theories are still making rounds on the Internet days after the incident.
The case is gaining momentum with Americans questioning the official verdict. However, one important fact that has cropped up about the tragedy is that there are several websites that have seemingly published condolences before the actual event took place.
The Internet also has sites that collected funds in the wake of the massacre, before the tragedy happened.
The Internet collective called ‘Sandy Hook Truthers’ have pointed a few sites devoted for the victims and a Facebook page in memory of Sandy Hook teacher, Victoria Soto and stated that these pages were created many days before the actual incident took place at Sandy Hook elementary school, which killed 26 students and staff.
But how is this possible? The fact is in Google and other websites, if a page is created to host other information than it originally displayed, it may show the page is published earlier.
In addition, many times servers and sites also have incorrect dates, which create such date issues.