“The Amityville Horror: The Demonic Presence” is a true crime book that delves into the infamous case of the Lutz family and their supposed haunted house in Amityville, New York. The book is divided into three parts: The Haunted House, The Demonic Presence, and The Aftermath.In the first part, the Lutz family moves into their new home and begins to experience strange occurrences. These include an unusual number of flies, a mysterious pig with glowing red eyes, sewage backups, cold spots, and strange behavior from family members. George Lutz becomes obsessed with finishing a room in the house that was left incomplete by the previous owners.In the second part, the Lutzes are plagued by increasingly terrifying events, including a red room in the basement, a voice in the night, levitation, a black mass, and the final night when they flee the house. The book also explores the aftermath of the Lutzes’ ordeal, including media attention, investigations by paranormal experts, and the controversy surrounding the validity of their claims.The final section of the book examines the legacy of the Amityville Horror, including its impact on popular culture, the scientific explanations for hauntings, and the debate over demonic possession. The book also explores the significance of the red room, the potential psychological effects of living in a haunted house, and the enduring fascination with the case.Overall, “The Amityville Horror: The Demonic Presence” provides a detailed and compelling account of one of the most notorious haunted house stories in American history, and offers insight into the lasting impact of the case on popular culture and the paranormal investigation field.
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