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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

Sienna Miller

British actress Sienna Miller’s life has been made intolerable because of a “campaign of harassment” by photographers, her lawyer told London’s High Court on Thursday.

Miller, 26, star of movies such as “Alfie” and “Layer Cake,” is taking legal action against photographic agency Big Pictures (UK) Limited and its founder, Darryn Lyons, claiming they are guilty of harassment and invasion of privacy.

At a preliminary hearing, her lawyer David Sherborne said the actress had been caused “substantial alarm, fear and enormous distress” by their conduct, the Press Association reported. The agency and Lyons are contesting the claims.

Miller’s private life and particularly her romantic liaisons have been a staple fodder for the tabloid press, with barely a day going by without her picture appearing in newspaper show business gossip columns. Continue reading

October 30, 2008 Posted by | Actor, Famous, People | Leave a comment

Zara Phillips injured in cross-country fall

PAU, France (AFP) – Zara Phillips, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, fell from her horse and injured her shoulder at an international event here on Saturday, the organisers said.

The 27-year-old Phillips, the eventing world champion in 2006, fell from her mount Tsunami II as it approached a fence in the cross-country portion of the competition.

The 10-year-old horse suffered a fractured vertebra and could be put down. Continue reading

October 25, 2008 Posted by | Famous, People | Leave a comment

Linda Hogan

Linda Hogan: Postjail Nick’s a “Changed Person” Los Angeles (E! Online) – According to his mom, Nick Hogan went into jail a boy and came out a man. A man who still wants to be a kid, that is.

“He’s a changed person,” Linda Hogan told local reporters Tuesday in an impromptu press conference outside her Florida home. “He went into prison as a juvenile, and you know he’s experienced something that is gonna mold and change him for the rest of his life, for his adult life. He wants to make a positive difference in this world.”

Nick, who turned 18 while behind bars, was sprung from a Pinellas County jail at about 12:30 a.m. today after serving 166 days of an eight-month sentence for reckless driving for a DUI crash that left pal John Graziano critically injured and in need of lifelong medical care.

“I cried when I hugged him,” Linda said, standing in front of a homemade “Welcome Home” sign and yellow balloons.

“Basically we just feel that we as a family wanna stay private,” she continued. “I hope everybody can respect his privacy. He’s had six months in jail, and he’s just gotta try to regroup and remold his life…In the future, I think his actions will speak louder than words, so really there’s not a whole lot else to say.

“I think when people just watch, [they’ll see] he’s a changed person.” Continue reading

October 22, 2008 Posted by | People | Leave a comment

Mr. Blackwell Dies at 86

Mr. Blackwell, the acerbic designer whose annual worst-dressed list skewered the fashion felonies of celebrities from Zsa Zsa Gabor to Britney Spears, has died. He was 86. He died Sunday of complications from an intestinal infection, publicist Harlan Boll said.

Mr. Blackwell, whose first name was Richard, was a little-known dress designer when he issued his first tongue-in-cheek criticism of Hollywood fashion disasters for 1960 — long before Joan Rivers and others turned such ridicule into a daily affair.

Year after year, he would take Hollywood’s reigning stars and other celebrities to task for failing to dress in what he thought was the way they should. Continue reading

October 22, 2008 Posted by | Famous, Fashion, People | Leave a comment

Ryan O’Neal

Ryan O’Neal and his son, Redmond, were charged Wednesday with possession of methamphetamine. Both face felony drug possession charges, deputy district attorney James Garrison said. Redmond O’Neal, 23, also faces misdemeanor charges for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of pepper spray.

He and his 67-year-old actor father are scheduled to be arraigned Nov. 13.

The father and son were arrested Sept. 17 after deputies searched their Malibu home, part of Redmond’s probation. Police said drugs were found on Redmond and in Ryan O’Neal’s living area. Continue reading

October 16, 2008 Posted by | Famous, People | Leave a comment

Alexei Cherepanov died

New York Rangers prospect Alexei Cherepanov died during a game in his native Russia on Monday night. He was 19.

The Rangers did not reveal the circumstances of Cherepanov’s death when contacted by PA SportsTicker.

The New York Post reported that Cherepanov suffered a heart attack and collapsed on the bench during Avangard Omsk’s game against Vityav Chekhov.

TSN of Canada reported that medical officials attempted to get Cherepanov’s heart beating again. According to the web site, there was no ambulance present at the arena. The report stated that it took between “15 and 20 minutes” to transport Cherepanov from the arena to the hospital.

The Rangers observed a moment of silence in his honor prior to Monday’s game against the New Jersey Devils. Continue reading

October 13, 2008 Posted by | People, Sports | | Leave a comment

Paulo Coelho on digital media

The promotional power of piracy and artistic merits of blogging are among the themes to be discussed by bestselling author Paulo Coelho in his opening address to the Frankfurt Book Fair this week.

The 61-year-old Brazilian writer behind titles such as “The Alchemist” and “Eleven Minutes” is gaining a reputation as a digital pioneer for his enthusiastic embrace of online media.

Coelho maintains a personal blog as well as profiles across several social networking sites. He uses the mobile blogging tool “Twitter’ and regularly uploads videos to YouTube under the heading Privacy Zero. A few years ago, he even started distributing digital versions of his books for free over the internet. Reuters Television correspondent for technology, Matt Cowan, spoke to the author at his Paris home. Continue reading

October 13, 2008 Posted by | People | Leave a comment

Le Clezio

Le Clezio — who’s he? This year’s Nobel laureate for literature is little-known in the States. Perhaps this is evidence of our bias. Or maybe it’s a product of the Swedish Academy’s willful dismissal of U.S. writers.

If the selection of French writer Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio as the 2008 Nobel literature laureate has anything to tell us, it’s that Horace Engdahl means what he says.

Last week, Engdahl, the Swedish Academy’s permanent secretary, called American literary culture “too isolated, too insular. They don’t translate enough and don’t really participate in the big dialogue of literature” — comments widely seen in the United States as evidence of the insularity of the Nobel itself and proof that American writers would be shut out again.

The last American to win the prize was Toni Morrison in 1993; since then, recipients have included Poland’s Wislawa Szymborska, Italy’s Dario Fo, Chinese-born Gao Xingjian and Austria’s Elfriede Jelinek. That such authors are not household names has led to charges that the Nobel committee is willfully obscure, or worse, motivated by political considerations. Continue reading

October 11, 2008 Posted by | Famous, People | | Leave a comment