112 Ocean Avenue - This house will be no stranger to people who love horror movies. It is the house on which the film The Amityville Horror is based. The house is a six-bedroom Dutch Colonial style house built in 1924. The best known feature of the house was, at one time, its pair of quarter circle shaped windows on the third floor attic level, which gave it an eerie, eye-like appearance. These windows have since been removed and the house renumbered to keep tourists away. On November 13, 1974, 23-year old Ronald DeFeo, Jr. fatally shot six members of his family at the house. During his murder trial in 1975, he claimed that voices in his head had urged him to carry out the killings. He was found guilty and is still in jail in New York. In December 1975, George Lutz and his wife, Kathy, purchased the house and moved in with their three children. After 28 days they left the house, claiming to have been tormented by paranormal phenomena while living there. The family claimed they experienced foul smells, faces at the windows, screams, moving objects, and all manner of bizarre phenomena.
Inside the real Amityville Horror Home - 112 Ocean Avenue. In 1974 Ronald DeFeo Jr murdered his father, mother, two brothers and two sisters in this home. The events were later made into a novel and movie.
DIY Killer Comic Book Heels
Pricetag: Around £15
Time: Eight hours per shoe (I’m a perfectionist and I have big feet)
Brief tutorial under the cut.
I couldn’t do that to my comic books
i wish i could wear heels. stupid deformed feet :(
so i just watched jawbreaker. when courtney is at the prom she is wearing a supreme late 90s irridescent sparkly outfit with sparkly body glitter to match. this gave me a huge nostalgia blast of when i was a teenager in the late 90s and they used to sell urban decay in boots. i saved up my pocket money (LOL!!!) and bought one of those flavoured sparkly powder puffs they did. just looked them up and they still make them….tempting…