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  1. Oct 19, 2021 · October 19, 2021 by. oldhousesunder50k@gmail.com. The Amityville Horror House is part of our Haunted House House series for Halloween month. This house is NOT currently for sale and certainly never cost under $50K. Ronald DeFeo Sr. purchased the beautiful Dutch Colonial on the canal for $75,000 when the address was 122 Ocean Avenue.

  2. Update: The Amityville Horror house was reported as purchased for $605,000 on Feb 9th, 2017. Its 3,600 square feet contains five massive bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a fully finished basement, and a history marred by murder. Map. Get Directions View Large Map.

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  5. Oct 02, 2021 · In the early morning hours of Nov. 13, 1974, one Amityville house in Long Island, New York became more than a mere suburban home. Instead, it became a ghastly crime scene, as Ronald DeFeo Jr. skulked the halls with a rifle and killed his parents and four of his siblings in their sleep.

    • One of The Most Haunted Places in The World
    • The Amityville Horror
    • The Story
    • What Ever Happened to Mr. & Mrs. Lutz?

    The Amityville Horror, a large Dutch Colonial house in Amityville, a suburban neighborhood located on the south shore of Long Island, New York & the Occult Museum in Monroe Connecticut are two of the most haunted places known to man. Both are relatively close to each other in the northeast part of the United States.

    A safe walkthrough of the original house at 112 Ocean Avenue back in December of 1975. To enlarge video, hit the Full Screen button on lower right of video. _______________________________________________________________

    The following is a short rundown of the events the way the Lutzes have said they occurred… During the summer of 1975, George and Kathleen Lutz went to visit 112 Ocean Avenue, a beautiful three story Dutch Colonial set on the Amityville riverside. “We looked at about 50 homes over the months that we decided to combine the households,” says George in a 2005 interview. “When she (the realtor) showed it to us she said, ‘I don’t know if I should tell you now or after you’ve seen the house, but this was the house that the DeFeo murders took place in.’ We kind of looked at each other like we weren’t sure what she was talking about. And then she reminded us about Ronald DeFeo having killed his whole family — it had been in the newspapers about a year before.” After taking time to discuss the matter over with their children, George and Kathy decided to purchase 112 Ocean Avenue, feeling they could live with it’s tragic past. The Lutz family was set to move in on December 18, 1975. Due to the...

    During the 1980s, George & Kathy Lutz settled down in the Scottsdale area of Arizona and divorced. In the late 80s, Mr Lutz moved to the suburbs of Las Vegas, NV. At the time he lived in Arizona, Mr., George Lee Lutz worked in real estate. Now and then, he would obtain a position at a psychic fair, do lectures, private talks, etc., to raise a few bucks and spread his story about the Amityville Horror. At some of these events, Mr., Lutz would supply a flier for people to write down their personal questions relating to the Amityville Horror. Amazed by his experience in Amityville Long Island, people would write questions down on the back of his flier then pass them back to Mr., Lutz in hopes to get some insight to the story. Later in his new home in Nevada, Mr., Lutz enjoyed privately selling used cars and making a partial living at it. He would buy them at a state auction, take them home, made a few repairs/upgrades to them, then turned around and sold them in the same month. By doin...

  6. The Amityville haunted house still stands to this day at it's original location of 112 Ocean Avenue, Amityville NY 11701. Many people and families over the generations have lived in the large Colonial Dutch Style House. The once Horror House is located in a particular area on Long Island. The Amityville Horror House is geographically located on ...

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