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Question 1 of 8
What is the address of the notorious haunted house of Amityville, N.Y.?
... The correct answer is B: 112 Ocean Avenue. However, the address used in films about the house is 412 Ocean Avenue.
Question 2 of 8
In 1974, six membersof the DeFeo family were killed at 112 Ocean Avenue. Who killed them
... The answer is C: Ronald Defeo, 24, the only other member of the DeFeo family. DeFeo told police that the voice of God told him to kill his family.
Question 3 of 8
More than a year after the murders, the Lutz family moved into the Amityville house. One month later, they abandoned the hosue and claimed it was haunted based on which of the following encounters?
... The correct answer is D: All of the above. Also, a priest and friend of the Lutz family reportedly heard a voice as he explored the home saying, "Get out!"
Question 4 of 8
Missy, the youngest child of the Lutz family, had a "friend" in the Amityville house named "Jodie." What was Jodie?
... The correct answer is A: A giant pit with glowing red eyes. Jodie is just one of several apparitions reportedly seen by members of the Lutz family.
Question 5 of 8
Which of the following are explanations offered to account for the Amityville haunting?
... The correct answer is D: All of the above. Amityville's haunted house is a source of much speculation and the subject of countless myths and legends.
Question 6 of 8
In 1977, a book about the Amityvlle house was published by Prentice Hall. What was its title?
... The correct answer is A: Amityville Horror: A True Story. The Book was written by Jay Anson and is largely based on the accoutns of the Lutz family.
Question 7 of 8
In 1979, a film about the Amityville house was produced by MGM. What ominous quote appeared on the movie poster?
... The correct answer is A: "For God's Sake, Get Out!" The film made $80 million in its first domestic release.
Question 8 of 8
True or False: They supposedly haunted house at 112 Ocean Avenue still stands today.
... The correct answer is !: True. The address has been changed to discourage visitors and the house has been remodeled such that it bears little resemblance to the Lutz or DeFeo home.