speaking, theres a period immediately following the murder where the house almost becomes a tourist attraction, he told The Post. The real tragedy is that people forget the innocent people who died there. Paul Hoffman was represented to us as a criminologist, Lutz said. Amityville : What Matters Is Location, Location, Location In 2013, one of the Lutzes children, Daniel Lutz, gave his own account in a documentary called My Amityville Horror, in which he said the horror was real. In 1974, it was an expensive and stately Long Island estate, nestled in a vintage-home village, with white shutters on the windows, white lattice on the side and a white sign out front that read: High Hopes. Due to the history of the home, it was listed well under market price at 80,000.
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Did a swarm of flies appear in the home? George was a con artist; he improvised on that and in the book he sees a demon pig through a window. "I didn't by that this really had happened says costar Margot Kidder, who recalls that the actors did visit the real town and the house, accompanied by a pack of press. Was he telling the truth? Was Kathy's aunt really a nun? They moved in on December 18, 1975 with their dog and three children and fled 28 days later in utter the Symbolism in A Farewell to Arms fear. Zillow shows that the home was last sold in 2010 for 950,000.