JFK & The Maury Island UFO Incident

Hosted byIan Punnett

JFK & The Maury Island UFO Incident

About the show

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.

The True Amityville Horror

In the first hour, Christopher Lutz, portrayed numerous times as a child in the Amityville Horror movie series, shared his version of the story. Lutz recalled how his mother first met his stepfather, George Lutz, and the day they moved into the infamous DeFeo home, where several murders had taken place. He said his parents had called upon a priest to bless the house before any unusual activity had begun. According to Lutz, as the priest was performing the blessing he heard an audible voice tell him to 'get out' and was slapped by something that he could not see. Lutz does not believe the strange things he witnessed were caused by spirits of the deceased DeFeo family, but by demonic entities summoned by his stepfather. "The part [of the story] that's totally left out is that George was involved in the occult, calling this stuff up," Lutz revealed, noting his stepdad's practice of transcendental meditation and association with Wiccan priest Raymond Buckland.


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