Address 112 Ocean Ave Amityville, NY 11701, USA

This impressive building, located at 112 Ocean Ave in Amityville, is one of the most famous haunted houses in the United States. It was the scene of one of the most terrifying events of the 1970s.

It was on the night of November 12-13, 1974, that Ronald DeFeo killed all the members of his family in their sleep, responding, according to his own words, to a direct order from the Devil himself. Later, George and Kathy Lutz moved into the house at 112 Ocean Ave with its strange, eye-like windows.

The Lutzes reported paranormal occurrences, and in doing so, they built a reputation for a house that was definitely not like any other. Over the years, many visitors have flocked there, to the point of encouraging Google to blur the place on Google Street. In March 2017, the house sold for $605,000.

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