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Very Scary People
In 1974, a mass murder shook the sleepy waterfront town of Amityville, New York. One November night, police found the DeFeo family shot dead, face down in their beds. Only one survived: Ron DeFeo Jr., the eldest son with a troubled past. In this six-part series, host Donnie Wahlberg untangles the dark and complicated story of what happened that night, and unearths how these grisly murders sparked an infamous haunted tale.  
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4.7 stars from 3,155 ratings
Excellent
Great to listen too.
Mcscgctc' via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/30/22
Great Podcast!
Excellent material, storytelling, and voice!!! Absolutely loved, and enjoyed listening to this podcast while traveling! Will continue to search for more seasons in the future 😉
AMStover via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/29/22
Highly Recommend
Tight storytelling, excellent production value. As someone very familiar with the case (and the alleged haunting), I found this to be a fresh, engaging take on the story.
Rogue Medievalist via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/27/22
Recent Episodes
Found guilty of killing his parents and siblings in their home, Ron DeFeo Jr. is sentenced to six counts of second-degree murder. But the convicted killer finds new fame in prison. Back in Amityville, the story of the gruesome massacre at 112 Ocean Avenue is taking on a life of its own. Host...
Published 04/15/22
Published 04/15/22
Nearly a year after the grisly Amityville murders, Ron “Butch” DeFeo Jr.’s fate would rest in the hands of a New York jury. But even in front of a judge, Ron Jr. was a chameleon; his story continued to evolve. One conflicted juror recounts the disturbing trial while host Donnie Wahlberg considers...
Published 04/08/22
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