As to why occupants after the Lutz's didn't experience anything, no mystery there, ghosts or whatever is there isn't stupid. Who knows what the next occupants will experience? We're talking six murders by a guy who was obviously off balance himself and we shouldn't expect anything weird from it? What does create haunted houses then, if not that? Trouble is people talk more than they're willing to do. Think it's a hoax, all BS? There's one way to find out, be the next resident. I have lived in haunted houses myself and I know from experience how selective spirits can be because I was excluded from their activity. I had to be outside to hear any footsteps.
There's been a lot said about the Amityville situation. Some say it was a desperate attempt on the part of the Lutz's to get out from under. The difficulty with that view is why would they take on the extra debt of the house? Let's toss that one. Another problem is why hasn't the owner attempted lawsuit if it's all fabrication? He also could sell the house he currently resides in and live in the house on Ocean Ave, if he's not too afraid that is. No, I believe the haunting is true. There's an eerie feeling from just looking at it.
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