Creepy real estate doesn't bring in the cash that it used to, apparently.

The house that inspired Jay Anson's "nonfiction" book The Amityville Horror: A True Story has once again been sold, this time for $200,000 less than its asking price of 1.15 million dollars. I'm not sure why anyone would be leaping to buy this horror icon (which, admittedly, now looks a lot like any other upscale Colonial) but maybe the constant gawking and the ghost-hunting geeks lurking in the bushes won't upset the new owners.
Posted by: Julianka


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