911 Call

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Postby Howard64 » Wed Jan 04, 2006 11:50 pm

but of course i didnt think too much of the remake anyway so...
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Postby t00nCiNaToR » Thu Jan 05, 2006 6:51 am

Yeah it's false, I started it... :twisted: but I'm sure if it did exist you would be able to get it from the S.C.P.D...
"It happened so quick. I mean, it was boom, boom, boom. From the first killing to the last, it never took any longer than seven seconds,
it would be alot, that would have been alot. Seven seconds." - Ronald J. DeFeo Jr.
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Postby Holly » Thu Jan 05, 2006 1:23 pm

t00nCiNaToR wrote:Yeah it's false, I started it... :twisted: but I'm sure if it did exist you would be able to get it from the S.C.P.D...


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Postby Marty112 » Thu Jan 05, 2006 1:27 pm

It is my understanding that you can see the actual 911 call transcript on the Crime Library website.
I remember comparing that to the remake call and they were not the same.

Hope that helps.
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Postby t00nCiNaToR » Thu Jan 05, 2006 1:38 pm

Marty112 wrote:It is my understanding that you can see the actual 911 call transcript on the Crime Library website.
I remember comparing that to the remake call and they were not the same.

Hope that helps.


The 9,666,112th thing the remake got wrong... heh heh
"It happened so quick. I mean, it was boom, boom, boom. From the first killing to the last, it never took any longer than seven seconds,
it would be alot, that would have been alot. Seven seconds." - Ronald J. DeFeo Jr.
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Postby sherbetbizarre » Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:51 am

Here's Joe Yeswoit from the Killing Mum & Dad programme

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Postby dalnkel » Thu Mar 09, 2006 10:03 am

that is brilliant i have never seen him before i bet he can tell some stories of what happerned that night i wish i could get a copy of the documentry i havent got sky one or two
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Postby dalnkel » Thu Mar 09, 2006 10:05 am

his name is spelt wrong it isnt the same as the 911 call how funny is that after the operator asked him to spell it so many time and the documentry got it wrong
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Postby sherbetbizarre » Thu Mar 09, 2006 10:14 am

Yeah, I noticed there was a difference!
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Postby t00nCiNaToR? » Thu Mar 09, 2006 7:53 pm

HAHAHAHA That's funny as Hell!!!!
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"It happened so quick. I mean, it was boom, boom, boom. From the first killing to the last, it never took any longer than seven seconds, it would be alot, that would have been alot. Seven seconds." - Ronald J. DeFeo Jr.
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Re: 911 Call...........

Postby Dan the Damned » Tue Sep 28, 2010 12:04 pm

So what's the deal with this? He clearly spells his name "yeswit" over and over during the 911 call, and yet he's known all over the web as "yeswoit". I would think "yeswoit" was a mistake, but even in this recent documentary they spell it with an "o" as well, and they interviewed the guy, so you'd think they'd get it right.

Did he change the spelling since 1974? Did he misspell his name on the 911 call?
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Re: 911 Call...........

Postby Link the Labrador » Tue Sep 28, 2010 12:14 pm

Dan the Damned wrote:So what's the deal with this? He clearly spells his name "yeswit" over and over during the 911 call, and yet he's known all over the web as "yeswoit". I would think "yeswoit" was a mistake, but even in this recent documentary they spell it with an "o" as well, and they interviewed the guy, so you'd think they'd get it right.

Did he change the spelling since 1974? Did he misspell his name on the 911 call?


I doubt he'd mispell his own last name.

But Yeswit...How retarded do you have to be to twist it to "Edwards"?

He should've said, "Look, there are four people in the house DEAD, there may be more I don't know, but do you really want to waste time learning how to spell my last name?"
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Re: 911 Call...........

Postby rcgibbs » Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:01 pm

how old is this documentary? i`ve never heard of it before i would like to find it
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Re: 911 Call...........

Postby Dan the Damned » Tue Sep 28, 2010 7:58 pm

"Killing Mum & Dad" a 2006 documentary from the UK.
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Transcripts of the call to the Amityville police department

Postby Boogeyman » Wed Sep 29, 2010 4:01 am

Maybe this is something interesting to read :)

I dont think its posted here :

November 13, 1974 Transcripts of the call to the Amityville police department:

Operator: This is Suffolk County Police. May I help you?"
Man: "We have a shooting here. Uh, DeFeo."
Operator: "Sir, what is your name?"
Man: "Joey Yeswit."
Operator: "Can you spell that?"
Man: "Yeah. Y-E-S W I T."
Operator: "Y-E-S . .
Man: "Y-E-S-W-I-T."
Operator: ". . . W-I-T. Your phone number?"
Man: "I don't even know if it's here. There's, uh, I don't have a phone number here."
Operator: "Okay, where you calling from?"
Man: "It's in Amityville. Call up the Amityville Police, and it's right off, uh . . .Ocean Avenue in Amityville."
Operator: "Austin?"
Man: "Ocean Avenue. What the ... ?"
Operator: "Ocean ... Avenue? Offa where?"
Man: "It's right off Merrick Road. Ocean Avenue."
Operator: "Merrick Road. What's ... what's the problem, Sir?"
Man: "It's a shooting!"
Operator: "There's a shooting. Anybody hurt?"
Man: "Hah?"
Operator: "Anybody hurt?"
Man: "Yeah, it's uh, uh -- everybody's dead."
Operator: "Whattaya mean, everybody's dead?"
Man: "I don't know what happened. Kid come running in the bar. He says everybody in the family was killed, and we came down here."
Operator: "Hold on a second, Sir."
(Police Officer now takes over call)
Police Officer: "Hello."
Man: "Hello."
Police Officer: "What's your name?"
Man: "My name is Joe Yeswit."
Police Officer: "George Edwards?"
Man: "Joe Yeswit."
Police Officer: "How do you spell it?"
Man: "What? I just ... How many times do I have to tell you? Y-E-S-W-I-T."
Police Officer: "Where're you at?"
Man: "I'm on Ocean Avenue.
Police Officer: "What number?"
Man: "I don't have a number here. There's no number on the phone. "
Police Officer: "What number on the house?"
Man: "I don't even know that."
Police Officer: "Where're you at? Ocean Avenue and what?"
Man: "In Amityville. Call up the Amityville Police and have someone come down here. They know the family."
Police Officer: "Amityville."
Man: "Yeah, Amityville."
Police Officer: "Okay. Now, tell me what's wrong."
Man: "I don't know. Guy come running in the bar. Guy come running in the bar and said there -- his mother and father are shot. We ran down to his house and everybody in the house is shot. I don't know how long, you know. So, uh . . ."
Police Officer: "Uh, what's the add ... what's the address of the house?"
Man: "Uh, hold on. Let me go look up the number. All right. Hold on. One-twelve Ocean Avenue, Amityville."
Police Officer: "Is that Amityville or North Amityville?"
Man: "Amityville. Right on ... south of Merrick Road."
Police Officer: "Is it right in the village limits?"
Man: "It's in the village limits, yeah."
Police Officer: "Eh, okay, what's your phone number?"
Man: "I don't even have one. There's no number on the phone. "
Police Officer: "All right, where're you calling from? Public phone?"
Man: "No, I'm calling right from the house, because I don't see a number on the phone."
Police Officer: "You're at the house itself?"
Man: "Yeah."
Police Officer: "How many bodies are there?"
Man: "I think, uh, I don't know -- uh, I think they said four."
Police Officer: "There's four?"
Man: "Yeah."
Police Officer: "All right, you stay right there at the house, and I'll call the Amityville Village P.D., and they'll come down."

Police investigators would find an additional two bodies, bringing the Ocean Avenue death toll to six. Six of seven members of the Ronald DeFeo family had been methodically murdered as they slept in their beds, leaving Ronald DeFeo, Jr., as the sole survivor of the grisly suburban bloodbath.

All six of the victims were found lying face down in their beds with no signs of a struggle or sedatives having been administered, leading to claims that someone in the house would have been woken up by the noise of the gunshots. Neighbors did not report hearing any gunshots being fired. The police investigation concluded that the victims had been asleep at the time of the murders, and that the rifle had not been fitted with a silencer. Police officers and the medical examiner who attended the scene were initially puzzled by the rapidity and scale of the killings, and considered the possibility that more than one person had been responsible for the crime. Ronald DeFeo has given several accounts of how the killings were carried out, all of them inconsistent.


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Re: 911 Call

Postby Geenahgee1974 » Sun Jan 17, 2016 10:10 pm

I tried to find a copy of the Documentry. It' no where on the Internet.
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Re: 911 Call

Postby Rokiisun » Mon Jan 18, 2016 4:48 pm

I searched for the documentary a good few years ago and never found it either. I remember up until a few years ago how difficult it was to find the 'first person killers' documentary about Ronald Defeo Jr. But now you can easily find that on YouTube... audio only comes out one ear if you are listening to it through headphones but other than that it's still watchable.
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Postby GhostHuntress » Sun Jun 19, 2016 9:50 pm

t00nCiNaToR wrote:
tallman wrote:"what do you mean everybody is dead"

"noone is still alive, thats what i mean!!!!"


It was Joe Yeswit I believe in AH2005 that was the actual recording at the beginning...


Exactly, I thought that was genuine because of the interview with the detective, you can see the real house behind him, painted black and white.
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