Elle fut édifiée en 1928 sur quatre niveaux (deux étages) dans un pur style colonial Hollandais.

[13][page needed] In the original hardcover edition, Father Pecoraro's car is "an old tan Ford", and he experiences an incident in which the hood flies up against the windshield while he is driving it. [6], The role of Father Pecoraro in the story has been given considerable attention. Le journaliste de Révelations George Baxter et son associée viennent interroger le couple de mediums sur l'histoire de la maison. On the night of March 6, 1976, the house was investigated by Ed and Lorraine Warren, a husband and wife team self-described as demonologists, together with a crew from the television station Channel 5 New York and reporter Michael Linder of WNEW-FM. The book was published in 1995. [9] Other accounts say that Father Pecoraro did visit the house but experienced nothing unusual there. Ils étaient autorisés à entrer dans la maison, mais n'ont pas eu accès au sous-sol et aux étages[14]. “Coming back to 112 Ocean Avenue, the families that I found had resided in that dwelling place appeared to have a calamity within each one.” –– Kathy Lutz, History’s Mysteries, October 2000. On December 24, 1975, Father Mancuso called George Lutz and advised him to stay out of the second floor room where he had heard the mysterious voice, the former bedroom of Marc and John Matthew DeFeo, that Kathy planned to use as a sewing room, but the call was cut short by static. It is also the basis of a series of films released from 1979 onward. It doesn't mean that everything that has ever been said about it is true. It is a 5-bedroom, three-bathroom building in the Dutch Colonial style at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, NY. The claim made in Chapter 11 of the book that the house was built on a site where the local Shinnecock Indians had once abandoned the mentally ill and the dying was rejected by local Native American leaders. The people and events fictionalized in The Amityville Horror have been the subject of a number of films (many of which share no connection other than the reference to Amityville): The 1979 film, based on Jay Anson's novel, is the best known in the series. 2. [citation needed], Critics including Stephen Kaplan have pointed out that changes were made to the book as it was reprinted in different editions. They claimed that the phenomena followed them there, with the final scene of Anson's book describing "greenish-black slime" coming up the staircase towards them. Il est aujourd'hui admis que l'affaire d'Amityville, outre le sextuple meurtre de la famille DeFeo, fut une manipulation médiatique dont Jay Anson et la famille Lutz ont été les principaux acteurs[1]. Il totalise notamment le score de 0% d'opinions favorables pour 17 critiques recensées sur l'agrégateur Rotten Tomatoes[3]. À la suite du manque de succès, c'est le dernier film de la saga à sortir en salles, jusqu'au remake de 2005[5]. [23] This version exaggerates the isolation of 112 Ocean Avenue by depicting it as a remote house similar to the Overlook Hotel in Stephen King's The Shining. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Outre l'apparition surprenante dans le registre fantastique de l'acteur Tony Roberts, plus habitué aux comédies de son ami Woody Allen, on notera les débuts à l'écran de la future vedette Meg Ryan. On January 14, 1976, George and Kathy Lutz, with their three children and their dog Harry, left 112 Ocean Avenue, leaving all of their possessions behind. The Cromartys changed the Amityville horror house address from 112 Ocean Avenue to 108, hoping to stave off stalkers and retain its fluctuating value.

Police officers are depicted visiting the house in the book and 1979 film, but records showed that the Lutzes did not call the police during the period that they were living on Ocean Avenue. After getting in touch with Father Mancuso, the Lutzes decided to take some belongings and stay at Kathy's mother's house in nearby Deer Park, New York, until they had sorted out the problems with the house. Pour cette raison, les scènes extérieurs filmant les fameuses fenêtres n'ont pu être tournées que côté sud. The next day, a mover arrived to remove the possessions to send to the Lutzes. [citation needed] The various owners of the house since the Lutz family left in 1976 have reported no problems while living there. [source insuffisante]Interprétation abusive ? Après leur installation, ils se prétendent témoins d'une série d'événements de nature paranormale et s'en ouvrent au journaliste et écrivain Jay Anson qui en tire un récit romancé à grand succès présenté comme un documentaire : The Amityville Horror - A True Story (littéralement, « L'horreur d'Amityville - Une histoire vraie », paru en français sous le titre Amityville : La Maison du diable). [citation needed] In June 1979, George and Kathy Lutz took a polygraph test relating to their experiences at the house. En 2016, la maison est de nouveau remise en vente[15].

They were allowed to go inside the house, but not to visit the upstairs rooms or the basement.[37]. https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Amityville_3D_:_Le_Démon&oldid=170345414, Film se déroulant dans l'État de New York, Page pointant vers des bases relatives à l'audiovisuel, Portail:Époque contemporaine/Articles liés, Portail:Fantasy et fantastique/Articles liés, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. The Truth Behind Two Hollywood Ghost Stories, Investigative Files – Amityville: The Horror of It All, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Amityville_Horror&oldid=986236190, Reportedly haunted locations in New York (state), Articles with disputed statements from July 2016, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2020, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from July 2016, All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from July 2016, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2016, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from February 2019, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 30 October 2020, at 16:37. This refers to a meeting that Weber is said to have had with George and Kathy Lutz, during which they discussed what would later become the outline of Anson's book. Ce détail, pourtant laissé de côté par les forces de l'ordre, a considérablement changé le cours de toute cette affaire. One of the better known features of the Amityville Horror films is the distinctive pumpkin head appearance of the house, which was created by two quarter round windows on the third floor attic level. a. [30], The house known as 112 Ocean Avenue still exists but it has been renovated and the address changed in order to discourage sightseers from visiting it. [citation needed], The claims of physical damage to the locks, doors and windows were rejected by Jim and Barbara Cromarty, who bought the house for $55,000 in March 1977. The polygraph tests were performed by Chris Gugas and Michael Rice who, at the time, were reportedly among the top 5 polygraph experts in America. The That's Incredible!

C'est aussi le dernier à se dérouler presque exclusivement dans la sinistre maison avant le remake de 2005. The Amityville Horror is a book by American author Jay Anson, published in September 1977. Après les meurtres, la maison fut repeinte en blanc par l'agence immobilière[3]. The book is claimed to be based on the paranormal experiences of the Lutz family, but has led to controversy and lawsuits over its truthfulness.[1].

It's real easy to call something a hoax. They also owned a crossbreed Malamute/Labrador dog named Harry. For the media, see, List of films based on the Amityville haunting, Joe Nickell wrote a summary of the investigative files on, "The Amityville Murders' Reference Material", "George Lutz interview – Amityville Horror", "Interview with George Lutz by Dan Farrands", "1979 letter from William Weber to Ronald DeFeo, Jr", "The Real Amityville Horror: The Tragic Murder of the Ronald De Feo Family", "Original Amityville Horror house on sale for $1.15 million", "The Amityville Horror Official Website: Documents", 'Amityville Horror' house back on market, for $1.15M, "The Amityville Horror Official Website: John Ketcham – Man or Myth? reported nothing unusual during the time that the Lutzes were living there. Ronald « Butch » Defeo, James Ruppert et Harry de la Roche : trois hommes qui, sous l'empire de la drogue ou de l'alcool, ont tué leur famille, http://www.newsday.com/classifieds/real-estate/amityville-horror-house-for-sale-1.1942047#1, http://www.parisfaitsoncinema.com/autour-du-cinema/inspiration/maison-amityville-vente.html, https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Affaire_d%27Amityville&oldid=172030272, Article pouvant contenir un travail inédit, Portail:Sciences humaines et sociales/Articles liés, Portail:Époque contemporaine/Articles liés, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. In a television interview filmed at the house for That's Incredible!,[clarification needed] Barbara Cromarty argued that they appeared to be the original items and had not been repaired. For the 2005 film version, the house was renamed 412 Ocean Avenue. 112 Ocean Avenue was also investigated by the parapsychologist Hans Holzer. [12] There was no bar in Amityville called The Witches' Brew at the time: Ronald DeFeo, Jr. was a regular customer at Henry's Bar, a short distance from 112 Ocean Avenue. Durant leur séjour au 112 Ocean Avenue, toutes les portes, les fenêtres et les serrures furent endommagées et des traces noires dont aucun détergeant ne parvint à venir à bout imprégnèrent la porcelaine de la salle de bain.