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The passing of George lutz - The Amityville Horror is finally over for him

 
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The passing of George lutz - The Amityville Horror is finally over for him
George Lee Lutz..... we will miss you!

George passed from this life on May 8th 2006. The reason for his death is undisclosed. In spite of the controversy concerning Amityville, he always stuck to his guns. He and his family experienced a terrible event, a haunting that caused himself & his family to flee from their home. They never recovered their possessions for fear of "tainted residue" from the haunting itself. George has freely admitted to the discrepancies within the movie/s concerning the haunting. Those 28 days were terrible and changed the lives of his family forever. But not in the way Hollywood dramatized the event. I remember how upset George was with the latest movie and how he said "just that" on his website. All he ever wanted, was to have his say in the movie, and have it portrayed according to the actual events.

I called him before the opening of the movie and counseled him to remove his statement directed to the studio from his site. He was extremely upset and his words conveyed his anger most intensely. It just goes to show, however, that he was passionate about the accuracy of those 28 days. For the most part, he sold the rights to that part of his life, and so the story was never told accurately. We will never know how bad the event really was and why his family fled from the house that night. But consider this, we aren't seeing any death bed confessions either.

George and his family experienced a horror beyond description. The intensity was bad enough to cause his family to flee with only what they could carry and they never returned. Because of that event, George spent the rest of his life defending his claim and disputing the inaccuracies of the movie. But guess what else? He spent a lifetime helping others through horrible hauntings as well. I personally have been involved in some rather intense research concerning human & non-human entities. And in the process, I found myself in a complex situation with a non-human. I was fearful and called George. He counseled me in ways of combating such forces. I asked him why he didn't share such information with the world. His response was, "some things are not meant for the masses". I believe his thinking was this, that such information could be detrimental if used incorrectly. He also helped me to make a connection with Lorraine Warren. I received counsel from her concerning a separate issue....thank you, Lorraine!

hghhggfSo, in conclusion... I want to share this: George lived the Amityville horror. He experienced things within that home that we can only imagine. He has spent his whole life defending those events. But he has also used the experience to further his learning. And because of his thirst for knowledge, he learned a great deal. Unfortunately, most of that will go with him to the grave. However, I do know that he had accumulated a wealth of notes from his research. And from what he has told me, it would be an eye-opener for the world to see. I hope & pray that his family will someday gather those notes and use the material to further the research. I know that what can be shared, should be shared. He would want that.

George, I admire you for the way you dealt with the Amityville controversy. I must admit, I wouldn't have been so understanding and compassionate with those who would be so quick to judge. I thank you for being my friend and for always picking up when I called. And isn't it exciting for you now... you have the answers to the afterlife. We here at Ghoststudy will miss you greatly! Oh, and if you ever want to share anything from the great beyond, please give me a call. ::smile::
Your friend, Jim

Go to his site for more:
[link to www.amityvillehorrortruth.com]

Jim Eaton
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06/04/2006 09:54 PM
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Re: The passing of George lutz - The Amityville Horror is finally over for him
Wasn't Amityville a work of fiction?
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06/04/2006 10:33 PM
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No...what lutz experienced...is real. His understanding of it is without doubt, fiction.
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06/04/2006 10:37 PM
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The same type of chit happens to be most nights, only I think it's funny and amusing.
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06/04/2006 10:58 PM
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It kinda weirded me out when they made the movie showing the "ghosts" talking to lutz on the television, since they really do do such things. Only it's not English, it's some kind of weird hieroglyphic-type stuff, scrolling down the screen.
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06/04/2006 11:00 PM
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And a glowing, amorphic cloud of light woke me up, hovering by the television, before it all started. I laid there wiping my eyes, thinking I was dreaming.
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06/04/2006 11:04 PM
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And after I watched it, I kinda went, "Hmmm," then went back to sleep. It sounds simple, but it is actually quite distressing, as your world of preconceptions comes crumbling down before your eyes. If you take your beliefs too seriously, it can drive you out of your mind.
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06/04/2006 11:15 PM
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Your mind will "fill in the blank" with gibberish. Glowing red eyes outside your window, watching you, a "threatening" presence in your home, etc.
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06/04/2006 11:21 PM
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I mean, the truth is, anything outside of a h8uman being, presenting itself to you, is going to scare the living hell out of you, no?
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06/05/2006 09:48 PM
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Isn't it Lutz?





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