Daria wrote:I don't think I could do it. While I'm not sure I believe in ghosts, I do believe that all of us carry a certain energy and that in the case of a tragic death, some of that energy can be left behind. I just could not live in a house like that without knowing all the details of the crime...and then once I knew those details, I'm sure I couldn't look around the home without seeing those events over and over. That's just me, and yes, chances are Amityville would have influenced my decision. (I was quite into the whole story as a kid.)
Its not that I would be worried about evil demons, etc., its just that I wouldn't be able to shake the "energy" of those murders and be able to look at the house as "just a house". I really could not imagine putting my kids to bed in rooms where other children had been murdered. It would be too upsetting...
TIA wrote:George and Kathy Lutz explained why they were willing to move into their stunning Amityville home, even after discovering the murders had taken place there. They discussed it as a family, and didn't think anything along the lines of it might be haunted.
So, would you move into your dream home if you knew something like the Defeo murders had happened there?
Do you think such a house might be haunted?
And would the Amityville Horror influence your decision?
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