What happened to the Lutz family in Amityville?

What happened to the Lutz family in Amityville?

Kathleen Theresa Lutz (October 13, 1946 – August 17, 2004) died of emphysema and George Lee Lutz (January 1, 1947 – May 8, 2006) died of heart disease. The couple had divorced in the late 1980s, but remained on good terms.

How old was Kathy Lutz when she died?

57 years (1946–2004)Kathy Lutz / Age at death

What did George Lutz do for a living?

Lutz, a former land surveyor, moved his new bride and three children into a three-story home on Long Island in 1975, about a year after six members of the DeFeo family had been shot and killed there.

Is George Lutz still alive?

May 8, 2006George Lutz / Date of death

How old was Missy Lutz in Amityville Horror?

She was about 5 years old at the time of the Amityville events at 112 Ocean Ave. Melissa “Missy” Lutz is the daughter of Kathy Lutz and the stepdaughter of George Lutz. She is the younger sister of Daniel Lutz and Christopher Lutz. Like the other children that are represented in the films, she is renamed in both films.

How much did the Lutz buy the Amityville Horror House for?

The family has said they never signed a contract with Anson, and that the tome and successful film spin-off netted them $300,000. The Amityville house at 112 Ocean Avenue was reportedly purchased by the Lutz couple for $80,000.

What is the movie my Amityville Horror about?

The documentary My Amityville Horror was released in March 2013. It featured interviews with Daniel Lutz, one of the children who lived in the house during the period on which the book and films are based. Lutz echos the original story as told by his mother and step-father.

Was the Amityville house haunting a hoax?

Quaratino was 7 when his mother, Kathy Lutz, and her new husband moved the family into the Amityville, N.Y., house where Ronald DeFeo had killed six family members with a rifle the previous fall. The family moved out after 28 days. Now 37 and living in Scottsdale, Ariz., Quaratino maintains the haunting was not a hoax.