Did Sandy Hook killer call Oregon radio station a year before rampage?

      EUGENE, Ore. - The caller wanted to talk about the 2009 death of a domesticated chimp named Travis with AnarchyRadio host John Zerzan on KWVA radio at the University of Oregon.

      "Some little thing he experienced was the last straw, and he was overwhelmed by the life that he had," the caller, who said his name was Greg, told Zerzan on the air in 2011. "He didn't act any differently than a human child would."

      The call came a year before "Greg" - whom the New York Daily News reports was likely Adam Lanza - went on a shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.

      Lanza killed 28 people, including 20 children, 6 adults, his mother and himself.

      The man believed to be Lanza wanted to discuss the death of a domesticated chimp named Travis with radio host John Zerzan.

      In 2009, Travis was shot and killed by a police officer after he brutally mauled a Connecticut woman.

      The caller compared a violent chimp attack with that of a teenage mall shooter in an over 7-minute interview.

      "His attack can be parallel to the attacks, random acts of violence you see on your show every week committed which the mainstream has no explanation for. An actual human, I don't think it would be such a stretch to say he couldn't be a teenage mall shooter or something like that," the caller said.

      Zerzan doesn't know who the caller was, but remembers the call. "The voice was kind of odd, sort of robotic. Maybe he was trying to disguise his voice. I don't know."

      According to the New York Daily News, someone using the screen name "Smiggles" blogged about making the call afterwards.

      Sandy Hook investigators have said Lanza may have used the name "Smiggles" online.