Tuesday, March 8, 2011

My Amityville Horror

The terrifying events recounted in the book and subsequent film, The Amityville Horror, were not the whole story. For 35 years, the complete picture was kept from the public and the one person who never chose to speak has finally been given a voice.

Daniel Lutz, the eldest son of George and Kathleen Lutz, infamous former owners of the house in Amityville, will set the record straight about the 28 life-altering days he spent at 112 Ocean Avenue. Was the Amityville house truly haunted? If so, what really happened? Why have none of the Lutz children been vocal about their experiences until now?

My Amityville Horror includes a personal look at Lutz’s own life; a first-hand account of the terrifying events that occurred to his entire family; his reflections on how his parents dealt with the exposure and the media-frenzy that befell them; and, how both experiences have affected his life since.

Click below for the trailer:


Chris 'Frog Queen' Davis said...

Ooohhhh, gotta see that one.


Raven176 said...

Oh great. I live on L.I.
I feel sorry for the people who just bought that house.
They'll never be left alone.

(house looks totally different and quite nice now)

Jon said...

This looks pretty fascinating. The original movie left a real mark on me as a kid. It'll be interesting to see what the son has to say about it all.

Totally feel for people who live in that house now, though. Gawkers are a lower life form.

The Gill-Man said...

This should be fascinating. I've always been intrigued by this story, as there is much evidence that it was a hoax, yet the Lutz's firsthand accounts are quite believable (not what was recorded in the novel, but actual interviews I've read).

As for the folks living there now, I can feel for them on one level...but really...you pay millions for one of the most notorious houses in the US...you have to expect the attention that is going to come your way.