Amityville Horror Ghost
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The Amityville Horror haunting became so well known that a movie was made about it. Then, it became famous. Did book and movie money cause embellishment of the story? Paranormal experts have debated for years whether or not the house was actually haunted. This is the ghost picture taken within the home:
The face of a boy (or maybe a girl) is peering over the banister, having eyes whited out (or glowing). Is this ghost picture authentic?
The photograph is said to have been discovered by its photographer, Gene Campbell, three years after it was taken. It was debuted on the Merv Griffin show in 1979. The Amityville Horror ghost picture was taken by using Infrared film (black and white) set on a timer. The camera was set to take pictures throughout one night in 1976. It is believed that a boy who used to live in the home was captured on film.
The Amityville Horror book and movie tell the story of the Lutz family who had moved into the house 13 months after Ronald Defeo Junior had shot and killed six of his family members in the home. The Lutz family left the Amityville house after claiming to be haunted by paranormal activity for 28 days in 1975. A book was then written about their story.
Famed paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren, investigated the house one night in 1976, bringing with them Gene Campbell to photograph the inside extensively. Famed ghost investigator Hans Holzer also examined the home at another time. Both teams of investigators concluded that nefarious entities might have been behind the haunting. Did ill-willed spirits influence Defeo's mind and later attack the Lutz family?
Is the home haunted? Is this a real ghost picture? You decide...