The Amityville Horror
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|Author||: Jay Anson|
|Editor||: Gallery Books|
“A fascinating and frightening book” (Los Angeles Times)—the bestselling true story about a house possessed by evil spirits, haunted by psychic phenomena almost too terrible to describe. In December 1975, the Lutz family moved into their new home on suburban Long Island. George and Kathleen Lutz knew that, one year earlier, Ronald DeFeo had murdered his parents, brothers, and sisters in the house, but the property—complete with boathouse and swimming pool—and the price had been too good to pass up. Twenty-eight days later, the entire Lutz family fled in terror. This is the spellbinding, shocking true story that gripped the nation about an American dream that turned into a nightmare beyond imagining—“this book will scare the hell out of you” (Kansas City Star).
|Author||: Jay Anson|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
The classic and terrifying story of one of the most famous supernatural events--the infamous possessed house on Long Island from which the Lutz family fled in 1975.
|Author||: Jay Anson|
|Editor||: Turtleback Books|
The true account of the Lutz family's terrifying experience moving into--and out of--a house they believe to be possessed by evil spirits.
|Author||: Frances J. Armstrong|
|Editor||: Independently Published|
THE REAL AMITYVILLE HORROR: The True Story Behind The Brutal DeFeo Murders Settled in an affluent neighborhood in Long Island, New York is the one of the most infamous houses in all of America, or perhaps the world. The house with the iconic double-windows, white siding, and chimney at 112 Ocean Avenue is the home to the one of the most horrific family massacres in history, as well as an infamous haunting hoax. The haunting of the Amityville house is much more prominently known than the murders that took place in the same house. The Amityville or DeFeo family murders committed by Ronald "Butch" DeFeo Jr. have gone down in both true crime and pop culture history. The book and the subsequent horror film series about the case continue to fascinate and fear audiences years later. Both cases are clouded in unreliable testimony, profiteering, admitted fabrication, and greed. This is the real story of what happened at Amityville, and the events leading up to this horrific crime.
|Author||: Stephen Kaplan,Roxanne Salch Kaplan|
|Editor||: Toad Hall Incorporated|
Was it horror or was it hoax? For years, the question went unanswered while everyone who ever glanced at the tabloids in a supermarket knew about the Amityville Horror -- a house haunted by the remembered evil of mass murder. For 20 years, parapsychologist Stephen Kaplan and his wife Roxanne investigated the phenomenon, keeping a detailed diary of everything that happened. This book is the result of that diary.
|Author||: John G. Jones|
|Editor||: Tudor Communications|
When the Lutz's abandoned possessions are auctioned off, the unlucky purchasers discover that the evil spirits that haunted that Amityville home are now after them
|Author||: John G. Jones|
|Editor||: Jove Publications|
After the exorcism of "Amityville II," the horror pursues the Lutzes and their children all over the world until the final confrontation between George, Kathy, and the enemy is played out
|Author||: John G Jones|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
December 24, 1975. Two innocent handymen are summoned to 112 Ocean Avenue to fix a boathouse door. Little do they know that the Lutz Family is living through a nightmare in the main house...and now they will be sharing that nightmare. In the next few hours, Owen Blake and Randy Hallowell will encounter inexplicable events, malevolent spirits, and a force beyond understanding. If they survive, it will change them...forever. Now: Experience the previously untold story of what happened at the Amityville house on that awful Christmas Eve.
|Author||: John G. Jones|
|Editor||: Tudor Publishing|
George and Kathy Lutz find peace at last as they move their family to a new home, but soon the same, relentless evil that tormented them in Amityville has doubled its force and threatens to finally annihilate them
|Author||: John Perritano|
|Editor||: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc|
The hauntings at Amityville have long captured people’s imaginations. There have been books, articles, websites, and movies dedicated to retelling the story of the brutal murders that happened in the house and of what happened to the family that moved there following these tragic events. This comic-style retelling provides details of the story but also delves into whether the stories of the haunting were true. This is a gripping ghost story that will interest all readers and keep even struggling readers buried in its pages.
|Author||: Gordon Thomas,Max Morgan-Witts|
|Editor||: Open Road Media|
The “extraordinary” true story of the St. Louis, a German ship that, in 1939, carried Jews away from Hamburg—and into an unimaginable ordeal (The New York Times). On May 13, 1939, the luxury liner St. Louis sailed from Hamburg, one of the last ships to leave Nazi Germany before World War II erupted. Aboard were 937 Jews—some had already been in concentration camps—who believed they had bought visas to enter Cuba. The voyage of the damned had begun. Before the St. Louis was halfway across the Atlantic, a power struggle ensued between the corrupt Cuban immigration minister who issued the visas and his superior, President Bru. The outcome: The refugees would not be allowed to land in Cuba. In America, the Brown Shirts were holding Nazi rallies in Madison Square Garden; anti-Semitic Father Coughlin had an audience of fifteen million. Back in Germany, plans were being laid to implement the final solution. And aboard the St. Louis, 937 refugees awaited the decision that would determine their fate. Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan Witts have re-created history in this meticulous reconstruction of the voyage of the St. Louis. Every word of their account is true: the German High Command’s ulterior motive in granting permission for the “mission of mercy;” the confrontations between the refugees and the German crewmen; the suicide attempts among the passengers; and the attitudes of those who might have averted the catastrophe, but didn’t. In reviewing the work, the New York Times was unequivocal: “An extraordinary human document and a suspense story that is hard to put down. But it is more than that. It is a modern allegory, in which the SS St. Louis becomes a symbol of the SS Planet Earth. In this larger sense the book serves a greater purpose than mere drama.”
|Author||: John Passarella|
|Editor||: Titan Books (US, CA)|
The official novelization of the highly anticipated revamp of the classic horror film Halloween. In 1978, Laurie Strode survived an encounter with Michael Myers, a masked figure who killed her friends and terrorized the town of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night. Myers was later gunned down, apprehended and committed to Smith's Grove State Hospital. For forty years, memories of that nightmarish ordeal have haunted Laurie and now Myers is back once again on Halloween, having escaped a routine transfer, leaving a trail of bodies in his wake. This time, Laurie is prepared with years of survival training to protect herself, her daughter Karen and her granddaughter Allyson, a teenager separated from her family and enjoying Halloween festivities. Cover Image © 2018 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.
|Author||: Anisha Kimm|
Thirty miles outside of New York City, nestled in the Long Island town of Amityville, stands the house forever linked to the Amityville Horror phenomenon. On November 13, 1974, the estate was the scene of mass murder. Using a .35 Marlin rifle, 23-year-old Ronald J. DeFeo Jr. murdered his entire family while they were asleep, which included his parents and four siblings. Thirteen months later, the Lutz family purchased the home at a drastically reduced price of $80,000 (due to the murders) but only lasted 28 days before leaving it. Their spine-tingling tales of paranormal activity are what propelled the legend of the Amityville Horror and spawned a torrent of books, documentaries, and films. However, not all scary stories are made up and there has to be something to them, right? The real events that occurred on a cold autumn day in November of 1974 at a lovely house on 112 Ocean Avenue were as chilling as the most intense work of fiction out there.
|Author||: Gerard Sullivan,Harvey Aronson|
|Editor||: Coward Mc Cann|
Relates the true story of the 1974 Amityville murder of six members of the DeFeo family and the ensuing investigation and trial of Ron DeFeo for the crime
|Author||: Jacquetta Mullis|
We've all heard of the Amityville house (mostly because Ryan Reynolds starred in the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror). Just the mention of the phrase "Amityville Horror" is sure to send chills down any horror fan's back-the house, inspiration for a book about its demonic haunting and a variety of slasher films, has become famous in its own right. But did you know the series of horror films are based on alleged real-life events that happened in an actual house that *still exists* in 2018? And the IRL details are just as freaky as the Hollywood versions, which, like, never happens. Everything on the Amityville case is right here for you. Now it is up to you to decide what you believe. There is an evil, an evil so real that it seeps into the very core of one's being somewhere between this world and the next. Sometimes what lays between the realms of reality and fantasy lies darkness waiting to seep into our world, grabbing hold and plunging us into the bitter brink of hell itself, the darkness of which there is no escape. Could one household such an evil presence that it could cause a man to murder his whole family in their beds as they sleep? An unseen force that speaks out within the darkness of the early morning hours? We have all seen the movies or read the many books on the house that once held the address of 112 Ocean Avenue, a house that has been nicknamed the horror house, but until now the truth has never been told and the true-crime photos and court documents have never been released to the public. Was it real or a hoax?