Amit Y Ville wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:58 am
Bodie_Rose wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:44 am
What bothers me about this is that no matter how many times someone says George and Kathy didn't blame the various things on a haunting at first, but as a whole added up over the 28 days... that doesn't really make sense!
They clearly made absolutely no attempts whatsoever to find a "natural" cause to many of these situations.
They did absolutely nothing to investigate a reason for the flies, didn't call anyone (such as an exterminator) to get to the bottom of it?
They didn't call a plumber to deal with the black stains, which can actually happen to hardware even if the water remains clear?
This is one of my "I find this increasingly implausible" issues. They fled the house after 28 days screaming "Haaaaaunted!" and called in some ghost hunters despite never once having these problems looked at by less... supernatural professionals?
Common sense should tell you; "let's try to live with this".
Then, realising they were in immanent danger, and on seeing the figure on the landing (do some research), it becomes too much for a family.
The brass band playing in the living quarters was the real turning point for George.
To have children and live around a threat that lives within the family is something well beyond comprehension. Applause has to go to the Lutz's for lasting those 28 days. I for sure would crumble knowing an invisible force, even if 100% for the power of good, was living in my habitat.
Not sure how much you know about the story, but a read of the Jay anson novel should give you a rough indication if how things escalated.
You completely avoided the issues I spoke about.
Who the $@%# says "we will try to live with" constant infestations of flies and black bathroom hardware without trying to find a plausible solution to them?
There were various issues that could be very adequately explained by "natural" causes and not once did they call in anyone other than a bunch of ghost hunters? Does that sound plausible to you?
It doesn't to me. Not that it means the whole thing is fake, but probably indicates they were a lot more susceptible to thinking of supernatural explanations than they'd care to admit.
I've read the novel, thankyou and it's 50% bull$@#% and embellished beyond all respectability.
I've read similar books by holocaust survivors who embellish the #$%@ out of their stories which unfortunately leads to a lot of questions about their validity even if they were in fact legitimately in the Nazi camps.
I've also read and listened to a number of interviews the Lutz's did where they directly contradict the novel or say certain things in it didn't happen or didn't happen the way it was written. I'd rather use those as sources as I firmly believe the book only added more fuel to the hoax theory fire.
No idea why you think it is okay to talk down to me and lecture me to do some research, just because your opinion is different.