Ghost pictures from amityville house

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The Amityville Horror by Jay Anson

28 Days of Terror in a House Possessed by Evil Spirits

In December 1975, the Lutz family moved into their dream home, the same home where Ronald DeFeo had murdered his parents, brothers and sisters just one year earlier.

the psychic phenomena that followed created the most terrifying experience the Lutz family had ever encountered, forcing them to flee the house in 28 days, convinced that it was possessed by evil spirits.

Their fantastic story, never before disclosed in full detail, makes for an unforgettable book with all the shocks and gripping suspense of The Exorcist, The Omen or Rosemarys Baby, but with one vital difference...the story is true
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Snapped in at the Newby Church in Yorkshire, England, this photo appears to depict a spooky nine-foot-tall figure wearing a cowl and standing at an altar. Several photo experts have scrutinized the photo and have declared it is not the result of a double exposure or other photographic tricks.
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Who was the Amityville ghost boy?

New information comes to light on the creepy ghost photo taken in the supposedly haunted house in Amityville, NY. The Amityville Horror haunting is still a very popular subject both inside and outside the circle of paranormal researchers and enthusiasts. The picture, which appears to be of a small boy with glasses or a man kneeling on the floor with glowing eyes, has been called everything from one of the dead DeFeo children to a demon, first turned up in the collection of photos George Lutz had from an investigation into the haunting in , led by infamous Demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. Despite the tale of the unsettling discovery of the photo and the photo itself, some people on the Amityville Truth Board believe it could simply be the picture of one of the investigators working with the Warrens that night: Paul Bartz. The theory states that Paul Bartz bears a resemblance to the ghost boy and is wearing a similar shirt. Meanwhile, the ghostly glow that radiates from the eyes would be due to the infrared film. This photo has been called some of the best ghost evidence ever.

The date is November 13 Ronald J. DeFeo Jr roamed from bedroom to bedroom shooting dead his entire family with a. The year-old slaughtered his parents and four siblings as they slept in High Hopes, a five-bedroom house in the small town of Amityville, Long Island, around thirty miles outside of New York City. The house remained empty for 13 months when eventually it was snapped up by the Lutz family.

The photo below was allegedly taken inside the Amityville house in It has become one of the most famous paranormal photos of all time.
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It is famously known as the "Amityville Haunted Horror House". The Amityville house is one of the most famous and well documented hauntings in US history. It has been determined to be haunted by at least six people. Ronald Who was 23 at the time and remains in an institute to this day said that he 'couldn't stop' killing his family. He denied killing them, blaming it on a gangster, but later admitted he had. He had even had time to shower and get rid of his blood stained clothes before going to work. He was the one who called the police after he arrived at a bar shouting about how his family had been killed!

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  1. In that room, that morning, the press would be introduced for the first time—but certainly not the last—to George and Kathleen Lutz, two relative newlyweds of indeterminate employment who had, very suddenly, left their dream house in Amityville the month before.

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