I've just started watching Hellier (very late to the party), I'm really enjoying it so far!
AMITYVILLE: AN ORIGIN STORY tells the story behind the world’s most infamous haunted house tale: the Amityville murders. The project is the first elevated look at every aspect of this wildly layered story about the heinous murder of a family of six that became eclipsed by paranormal controversy.
The 1979 blockbuster film, The Amityville Horror, inspired by the book of the same title by Jay Anson spawned an ever-expanding universe of movies, books, supernatural theories, and horror superfans. But the mass murder behind the hauntings—and its alleged ties to organized crime—left a long trail of questions that have never been fully explored.
Rooted in the dark cultural undercurrents of the 1970s, the series features firsthand accounts from witnesses, family members, and former investigators appearing on-camera for the first time. Exclusive archival footage, newly unearthed images, and stunning original photography are woven together into the most compelling and comprehensive telling of the Amityville story yet, taking viewers on a heart-pounding roller coaster ride through the mythology, factual record, and devastating human toll of this notorious meta-narrative.
And for some reason Google maps labels the house 110. Probably to deter tourists. Not that the big blur on street views doesn't call attention to it.The actual numbers on Ocean Avenue run 106, 108 (112) & 120...
From one of the comments at the bottom:Photos from outside and inside the house from 2010 when it was sold:
I suspect the eye windows were reduced to scrap when they were removed, but considering the various remodeling I've seen done on the long-standing program This Old House, they could likely be restored fairly easily.
However, I found this at a wiki-edq fan site for the series Warehouse 13 - is this from an episode of the series? If not, it might indicate from the photo that somebody does own those windows!
Considering that none of the recent owners wanted the publicity, I doubt the value to collectors mattered. I'm sure they were thrown away.I know that someone removed the iconic 'eyes' windows from the front of the house a long time ago but I wonder what happened to those window frames?. I hope they didn't just get thrown away. They'd be worth a fortune to collectors.