The Dark Knight Rises
Movies and makers

Studio: Warner Bros
Director Christopher Nolan
Production Designer: Nathan Crowley

SANDY HOOK, SATANISM, SEX  Nathan Crowley was the production designer of Dark Knight Rises. In Dark Knight Rises, Commissioner Gordon points to the words “Sandy Hook” on a map. Nathan Crowley is related to the Satanist Aleister Crowley, who worked for the security services. In an interview, Nathan said, "Yes, Aleister Crowley is a direct relative, he's my grandfather's cousin."  Nathan is the production designer of Lady Gaga's video ad for her perfume, Fame.

Batman Shooting - The Vigilant Citizen

Horns  Gargoyle (Black is Satanic colour and he couldn't look more evil)

Batman Denver shootings   It’s not just the buildings, but what really stuck out is the purple coat in the card like the one joker wears.

All seeing eye (people)

Batman Shooting - The Vigilant Citizen  Released only days before the shooting, Lil Wayne’s video “My Homies Still” features him and his boys sitting in a movie theater full of skeletons. Aside from this scarily prophetic scene, the video features many dismembered dummies, a symbol associated with Mind Control.

Batman Shooting - The Vigilant Citizen  Shown right before the fatal showing of Dark Knight Rises, this trailer of the movie Gangster Squad ends with a big shooting in a movie theater.

Batman Shooting - The Vigilant Citizen  In the trailer, gangsters walk through the movie screen and start shooting at the crowd. Strange that the people at the “Batman shooting” actually saw this right before it then happened to them. Fiction indeed turned into reality.

Sandy Hook  Batman Denver

The map below was part of a viral marketing strategy for "The Dark Knight Rises" that began on December 14th 2011, one year TO THE DAY of the Sandy Hook shooting.. Go figure eh~

Sandy Hook  Foreknowledge

So....who would be responsible for placing various 'props' within a film like this?

Scott Getzinger
STAMFORD -- A 46-year-old Newtown man who worked behind the scenes on numerous blockbuster films was killed in a head-on accident on the Merritt Parkway Friday evening.
Scott Getzinger, a property master who provided props for more than 25 films, including "Spider-Man," "Independence Day," "The Truman Show" and the upcoming "Men in Black III" and "The Dark Knight Rises," died at Stamford Hospital after sustaining severe injuries. Getzinger suffered multiple broken bones, but was described as conscious and alert after being cut out of the 2002 Ford F-150 pickup truck he was driving. State police initially characterized his injuries as non-life threatening.