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Ronald Defeo jr

The Amityville House Of Horror For Sale. In November 1974 Ronald DeFeo, Jr. shot six members of his family dead as they slept in their beds. Both DeFeo’s parents, two sisters and two brothers were killed using a .35 caliber rifle, all the victims were found lying on their stomachs in bed and not one of them appeared to have been woken by the gunfire as DeFeo walked from room to room killing his relatives. DeFeo was found guilty of all six murders and is incarcerated at the Green Haven Correctional Facility in New York.

In December 1975 George and Kathy Lutz moved into 112 Ocean Avenue along with their three children. The Lutzes spent a total of 28 days at the house before fleeing the property claiming they had been terrorised by paranormal phenomena and forced out. The Lutzes experiences were used as a basis for Jay Anson’s novel The Amityville Horror, which was published in 1977 and made into a film in 1979. Continue reading

May 25, 2010 Posted by | Famous, Movies, People, Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Jimmy Kimmel Live

lostThe fans were not satisfied on the last ending. They want more. Many were asking, “Is this the End?”. It looks like Lost Finale Ending were not cleared to them. They were like asking themselves, “Are they in Purgatory”? Lost Ending theories arose from those questions. After all those episodes of Lost, it came to a bittersweet ending that aired on May 23, 2010. Watch the Lost Finale Online to see the ending of Lost. Don’t let spoilers get to you without seeing the real deal. I know we will miss the TV series Lost now that it ended just now. We got surprised of the ending of Lost though.

After airing the Lost Finale on ABC, next is Jimmy Kimmel Live special which is Aloha to Lost. The casts of Lost appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Even in Jimmy Kimmel Live, Lost is still the issue. Watch it too, and hear what they have to say about Lost.
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May 24, 2010 Posted by | Famous, Movies, People, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Charles Djou’s Victory Opens New Door

Republican Charles Djou has breached the Democrats bastion by winning the special election in Hawaii’s First Congressional District – the Honolulu district where President Obama grew up. Djou became only the third Republican to win from Hawaii. Charles Djou’s victory in the heavily Democratic district is seen as a welcome political reversal for the GOP. In 2008, Obama won from here securing 70 percent of the vote, and no Republican had come from Hawaii in the last 20 years.

The victory also snapped a winning streak for Democrats, who had emerged victorious in seven consecutive special elections for Congress. The Democrats havd won two races in upstate New York and one in Pennsylvania. Source
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May 23, 2010 Posted by | Famous, Politics | Leave a comment