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Christopher Lutz

Special Guest

Biography:

Christopher Lutz has been portrayed numerous times as a child in the Amityville Horror series of movies. He is now speaking out that the true story is nothing like the Hollywood version.

Past Shows:

Amityville Haunting

Filling in for George, guest host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed Christopher Lutz, who revealed the horror he experienced living through the infamous Amityville haunting. Associates Tim Yancey and Jason Gowen joined the conversation in the third hour. In the first hour, ghostbuster, author, psychic and teacher Echo Bodine discussed her latest work on the afterlife (Related Video). ... More »

Host: Dave Schrader

JFK & The Maury Island UFO Incident

Kenn Thomas, conspiracy investigator and publisher of Steamshovel Press, revealed the possible connection between the Maury Island UFO Incident and the JFK assassination, as well as discussed other conspiracy related topics. In the first hour, Christopher Lutz, portrayed numerous times as a child in the Amityville Horror movie series, shared his version of the story. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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