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View Poll Results: My judgment on the Amityville horror is...
I believe that there was strong paranormal activity in the house, and the story is mostly true. 5 18.52%
There is a kernel of truth to it, but it obviously got dramatically exaggerated. 3 11.11%
I don't know, but I still think it could have been true, or partially true. 3 11.11%
The Defeo murders were paranormal, but the Lutzs were con-artists. 1 3.70%
Nothing paranormal ever happened in the Amityville house. 15 55.56%
Voters: 27. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 05-27-2019, 08:35 PM
 
Location: Madison, Alabama
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Originally Posted by Icy Tea View Post
What's cool is that for years if we'd pass a house with attic windows like that house we'd call it the Amityville Horror house. Dutch colonial, right?
Yes, I think that's right. The shape of those windows, with their picture on the book's cover, added a lot to the "spookiness" of the book.
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