Amityville: The Awakening

This being another installment on the Amityville horror series. This movie takes on a different form as a single mom moves her three kids into the Amityvile house, not knowing its bloody history. This movie is still based on true events, and what occurred to each  family that went inside this house. This is the fourteenth installment into the movie.

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This trailer shows you the evil of this house and what, one family went through during these events at 112 Ocean Avenue. These movies are based on true events.

The home at 108 Ocean Ave. in Amityville

This being the same Amityville Horror House, things have changed and this house is now on the market. According the Newsday,the real estate listing for the house that went on the market Monday at 108 Ocean Ave. refers to it as a “legendary home,” but most people would know the sideways Dutch Colonial on the canal as the so-called Amityville Horror house. But now even the address is different. Previous owners James and Barbara Cromarty, who own the Riverhead Raceway, said they had it changed from 112 Ocean Ave. to protect their privacy.Listed for $1.15 million, the picturesque and pristine home looks very different from the home where Ronald DeFeo Jr. murdered six family members as they slept in 1974. The 28 supposedly haunted days in the house experienced by subsequent owners George and Kathleen Lutz spawned the 1977 bestselling Jay Anson book “The Amityville Horror: A True Story” and a series of scary movies about alleged supernatural happenings at the house starting in 1979.

The house now takes on a differently look from what you see in the movies and is now changed and the address changed due to privacy issues. Then again who will blame them, all the things people will say because you live in a horror house.

Now will you live in this house? rumor has it, the stories arent as true as they ae, due to the recently landowners.

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