Are you the one that saw Jodie?
I believe you are thinking of Jodie
Dan the Damned wrote:In the 1979 movie, the kids' names became Greg, Matt and Amy.
The kids were Kathy's from a previous marriage. After moving from Amityville, George and Kathy had two children together.
katiesmith wrote:i dont mean to pry into other peoples busines and i know it has been 30 years but how is the family doing now. i mean after such an ordeal, i imagine this could haunt them for life how are they dealing with all this.
HellboundGreaser wrote:The Lutzes must be the luckiest people on the planet. Hell Ghost hunters and paranormal researchers work their whole careers to just witness ONE of the phenomenon that the Lutzes claimed. Damn how lucky they were to witness several different types . And heck all in just 28 days!, Imagine that! It's like they won the ghost lottery! Far fetched? Unlikley? exaggerated??? Nahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Even the Smurls never got into trouble like the Lutzes did.
Teresa wrote:TM should be forbidden by law, it thats what caused them to be so open to these kind of EXTREME phenomena. So extreme in fact, even excorcism and hoodoo reports will never top their story.
TM should be forbidden by law, it thats what caused them to be so open to these kind of EXTREME phenomena. So extreme in fact, even excorcism and hoodoo reports will never top their story.
BillyCigars wrote:TM should be forbidden by law, it thats what caused them to be so open to these kind of EXTREME phenomena. So extreme in fact, even excorcism and hoodoo reports will never top their story.
Let's forbid cars by law, too. Afterall, they kill tons of people; moreso than say....TM
OnTheMarkTexas wrote:I'm gonna catch alot of sh-t for this, but...
OnTheMarkTexas wrote:I stumble across some pro-hoax info and then did a complete 180 degree turn and thought that it was all a hoax.
OnTheMarkTexas wrote:A few days after they moved in, the heating system went out and they did not have the funds to have it fixed. Around this time, George's business took a nose dive. These 2 events probably put a very huge strain on the family emotionally.
OnTheMarkTexas wrote:I will concede that the Lutz family expreienced some sort of paranormal activity while in the house but I think they exaggerated things (almost to the point of fiction) when they told their story. Years later, George even admitted that Jay Anson's book took certain liberties and was structured in such a way as to make it as appearling as possible.
OnTheMarkTexas wrote:Also, to be fair to the Lutzes, after they refused to enter into the book deal with Weber, he authorized Paul Hoffman to write the articles that appeared in Newsday and Good Housekeeping, the latter being a nationally distributed publication that catapolted the story into the National Consciousness.
The Lutzes had 2 choices at this point -- either let the story die or tell it themselves to keep others from doing so.
OnTheMarkTexas wrote:However, there are 3 things I find odd about Christopher's take on things...
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