Both domains are registered in Toronto, Canada but that’s not necessarily a clue to their legitimacy or meaning since the official Hanso Foundation site is registered in Copenhagen, Denmark just like the “actual” organization.
What do we know? We know that one is linked to the other – clicking the “Clients” text link at the footer of the Hanso Adoptions page leads to Mack Thompson.
We also know that Mack is suing The Hanso Foundation and HansoAir, owners of the now bankrupt Oceanic Airlines. Seems they let some employees go who might have known too much about the crash of flight 815 and the inner workings of The Hanso Foundation.
Wrongful termination indeed.
I’ve signed up for email alerts from Hanso Adoptions and I found a semi-hidden link there as well.
Only time will tell if these sites are germaine to the official story and mythology or if they’re a clever, well-bought hoax.
Either way, why would an attorney who is suing one arm of the Hanso Foundation (HansoAir) have ties to another (Hanso Adoptions)? And why are they both buying ads for the real name of Henry Gale, Benjamin Linus?