devilbustedinct wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 10, 2020 2:05 pm
jimmysmokes wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 10, 2020 12:32 pm
Let's do a little breakdown of this so called lie detector test that was administered on June 21, 1979. Keep in mind that this came right before the release of the movie. Yeah we'll get into that.
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question #2, yes was the response given by George that they fled in terror and we're in fear for their lives. Well now, we've since learned that the Lutzes didn't actually flee the house after the levitating or being constricted to the beds or Danny & Chris's beds bouncing off the floor and ceiling! Well, Danny says they did but we'll stick with George and the test here. George claimed that after the final night of the horrific events took place, they didn't actually flee in terror that night, rather they got out of bed in the morning, went down and discussed the previous nights events over breakfast.
Seems they even sent the kids off to school and then left the home later that afternoon?
In my book this does not qualify as to fleeing your home in terror! Nor fearful for ones life. So the response to this question is a 100% lie. And if they had to leave because of levitating in the house, question 3 shoots that down quickly as it would seem that the forces had followed them and could attack them at any house. I'm wondering why the next question on this silly test wasn't, "Were you in fear for your lives after levitating at Kathy's mothers house"?
That would seem reasonable wouldn't it to ask that being they levitated after leaving the house!
No, what you have here is an obvious Hollywood stunt to publicize the forthcoming movie a month later and the book, by that time was selling like hotcakes and the story had gained nationwide attention. These dumb questions were given to the Lutzes in advance and publicity shots were taken so they could sell it to the dumb masses in The Star magazine (tabloid trash) to keep the cash cow going and promote the stupid movie!
Lie detector test
I’ve also wondered the same things about thIs particular lie detector test. Of course we all know they aren’t exactly reliable, nor is anything obtained from them admissible in court. There’s a lot a lie detector test can tell you, and a lot that it can’t. They can be beaten, fooled, and/or misunderstood. In fact, a long running TV show, Steve Wilkos (who scooped up the leftover BS from the ridiculous, but entertaining “Jerry Springer” show) bases the entire outcome of many of his shows on the results of a lie detector test, as if it’s results are absolute truth and Gospel. Complaints of the test being administered numerous times, often after lack of sleep and/or under stressful conditions, doesn't help
their credibility or trusting the accuracy of these tests and their results.
I’ve wondered about this very contradiction. It doesn’t seem to make much sense to me. Perhaps I am misunderstanding. Was this test given at a point where George and Kathy should be fleeing for their lives (Based on crazy sh*t happening that would have any normal people heading for the hills)?
Any input, however redundant, would be appreciated.
I'm not sure what you're getting at? They didn't flee in terror because there was nothing to flee from. Not to mention that thing followed them (they claim) to other homes so the test questions are pointless! Besides, it wouldn't do for them to move back into the house would it? It would kind of ruin the whole story so what better way to milk it by moving out and having "it" follow you for more terror! Please make note of the timing of the test as to the release of the movie. What you have here is a Hollywood Psyop!!
They sent their kids off to school the next morning (seemingly unfazed by the prior nights events) as if nothing had happened? Then sometime during the day, we're led to believe that George & Kathy thought it best to move out, (flee), if you will? Imagine Danny & Chris going off to school and at their age being able to keep silent about what had occurred overnight at their house! "WELL DON'T TELL ANYONE AT SCHOOL, CHILDREN", WE'LL FIGURE THIS WHOLE THING OUT LATER".
Tell you what, let's get into that a bit.
George once stated that he was worried that the forces might try and keep the van from starting up when they decided to leave for good. Okay, let's try and use common sense here (something that the Lutzes seem to lack), suppose this theory played out. Would it have dawned upon George or the others that "hey the van won't start", let's go next door and call someone to come get us? Or, (resorting to drastic measures) let's tough it out and make the difficult journey down Ocean Avenue (a few blocks) to the local strip mall and call a family member or friend?
the fleeing in terror option doesn't work considering they didn't really flee in terror. But what the hell, let's say (for argument) that they did. Well, they still levitated outside the house and claimed other phenomenon, so what exactly did they flee from?
Or flee to, I should say? BINGO