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Stacy

Oh my LIVING BREATHING GOD!!!!! You don't know how you have just changed my life. I also read it when I was that age and ever since, if I ever wake up at 3:15am, I wait for the band to strike up in my living room.

Now if I can just get that Trilogy of Terror doll out of my head, I'll be all set...

chriswriter

I was scared to wake up at 3:15 also! And to make matters worse, an episode of "In Search Of..." with this scary ass phantom guy and a 3:00 am appearance had me fearing the wee hours even more.

My imagination is just way too active...

Anders

Just a friendly note.
If you´re looking for facts in the AH/Defeo-case, www.amityvillemurders.com/
is not the place to go.

You can´t believe everything on the Internet.

Kind regards

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