Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by Amityville Rock » Mon Oct 26, 2020 9:37 am

Amit Y Ville wrote:
Mon Oct 26, 2020 12:50 am
She says theres loads to the haunting that is true, so that puts a stop to anyone claiming this is a game changing interview lol.
Yeah, but she also won't specific these incidents beyond the ludicrous realtor story we've all heard and her claims about the D'Antionioes, which I've seemingly debunked. Frankly, these types of vague "stories" only make things worse by muddying the waters. :naughty:
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Post by sherbetbizarre » Mon Oct 26, 2020 9:42 am

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Anyone know the incidents of the haunting continuing after the Lutz's fled? The scary episode where the estate agent experienced the cold in the basement was really interesting.
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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by jimmysmokes » Mon Oct 26, 2020 5:31 pm

sherbetbizarre wrote:
Mon Oct 26, 2020 9:42 am
Amit Y Ville wrote:
Mon Oct 26, 2020 9:08 am
Anyone know the incidents of the haunting continuing after the Lutz's fled? The scary episode where the estate agent experienced the cold in the basement was really interesting.
https://www.amityvillefaq.com/truthboar ... =1&t=11260
"The scary episode where the estate agent experienced the cold in the basement" :lol:

Unfortunately Amit y ville, the people who responded on this thread (sherb shared) to real estate's claim, didn't see the horror in his claim. Quite to contrary, they were ridiculing him!

Which brings me to a question. I want to know if you're seriously on the level when you post here? With the level of questions you ask and the bizarre statements you make, it's like you're purposely promoting silliness? I try and picture you with your Amityville Dvd collection and you promote this junk like it was gold! Then toss in your comments or questions like the above and I'm supposed to believe you're a serious poster in here or have interest in wanting to take control of this forum? Seriously?

When I read the thread that was linked to your question, most of the people that responded, responded with comments showing how silly the guy & his claim was. And they knew it was nonsense! I can't believe you're that gullible or aren't trying to "provoke" a response to you, just to get someone going off on you so you can complain you're being picked on? LOL! You know what I think- I really believe you're doing all this for attention. But whatever...

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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by Wallace » Tue Oct 27, 2020 8:26 am

I don't quite understand what the big deal is either way. Someone feeling a draft from a basement in Long Island shouldn't even be remotely significant. You can't contribute every natural occurrence to the paranormal.

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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by Amit Y Ville » Tue Oct 27, 2020 10:36 am

Wallace wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 8:26 am
I don't quite understand what the big deal is either way. Someone feeling a draft from a basement in Long Island shouldn't even be remotely significant. You can't contribute every natural occurrence to the paranormal.
What about him feeling very uneasy?

And Didio's dog going crazy?

She's very down to earth and these things do add to the story.
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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by Amityville Rock » Tue Oct 27, 2020 1:45 pm

Amit Y Ville wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 10:36 am
Wallace wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 8:26 am
I don't quite understand what the big deal is either way. Someone feeling a draft from a basement in Long Island shouldn't even be remotely significant. You can't contribute every natural occurrence to the paranormal.
What about him feeling very uneasy?

And Didio's dog going crazy?

She's very down to earth and these things do add to the story.
How can you say this and expect to be taken seriously? :wall: Didio made a claim of questionable veracity about a conversation with recent owners of the house. She then promoted unfounded rumors about owners since the Lutzes experiencing the "paranormal". Sorry, but Didio has tarnished her credibility with me.
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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by Wallace » Tue Oct 27, 2020 8:26 pm

I am not sure I share Rock's take on what Laura DiDio said, though my issue is contributing things such as a cold draft in a basement as a paranormal phenomenon. For that matter I don't think uneasy feelings or a dog going crazy can necessarily be contributed to the paranormal either.

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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by jimmysmokes » Mon Nov 30, 2020 7:01 pm

Wallace wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 8:26 pm
I am not sure I share Rock's take on what Laura DiDio said, though my issue is contributing things such as a cold draft in a basement as a paranormal phenomenon. For that matter I don't think uneasy feelings or a dog going crazy can necessarily be contributed to the paranormal either.
Uh huh, yep,- birds of a feather!

Well I'll be darned Wally. I'm sorry to hear you don't share Rock's view on DiDio here. I was beginning to think you two were peas in a pod. Our two "buddies" going at it on this thread, even butting heads during the exchange. :lol:

And an interesting statement here by Wally. He doesn't think uneasy feelings or a dog going crazy can be contributed to the paranormal. When it's Laura's dog we can chalk it up to coincidences, however when it's Harry trying to commit suicide or being scared in the basement, that shows absolute proof of a genuine haunting! That because it came from George. No doubt. The truth teller. End of discussion. :liar:

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Post by Amityville Rock » Mon Nov 30, 2020 8:23 pm

Oh, and Jimmy you mentioned in another thread that I changed my view about Didio, not true. :naughty: I think her recent claims are questionable at best but she has always maintained that a haunting occurred that is what I meant by stating her stance never changed, unlike Joel Martin who says there was no haunting yet believes in curses. :lol:
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Re: Real Ghost Stories Online : Laura DiDio

Post by Wallace » Mon Nov 30, 2020 8:40 pm

jimmysmokes wrote:
Mon Nov 30, 2020 7:01 pm
Wallace wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 8:26 pm
I am not sure I share Rock's take on what Laura DiDio said, though my issue is contributing things such as a cold draft in a basement as a paranormal phenomenon. For that matter I don't think uneasy feelings or a dog going crazy can necessarily be contributed to the paranormal either.
Uh huh, yep,- birds of a feather!

Well I'll be darned Wally. I'm sorry to hear you don't share Rock's view on DiDio here. I was beginning to think you two were peas in a pod. Our two "buddies" going at it on this thread, even butting heads during the exchange. :lol:

And an interesting statement here by Wally. He doesn't think uneasy feelings or a dog going crazy can be contributed to the paranormal. When it's Laura's dog we can chalk it up to coincidences, however when it's Harry trying to commit suicide or being scared in the basement, that shows absolute proof of a genuine haunting! That because it came from George. No doubt. The truth teller. End of discussion. :liar:
????? I am not sure I understand your point. As I have said several times already, it makes little to no difference if the story was true. Basements in Long Island are sometimes drafty and dogs are sometimes scared of the strangest things. I said that these things aren't necessarily paranormal in nature, not that they couldn't be. I don't know why you felt the need to bring Harry, the Lutz' dog into this. I never said that Harry hanging himself on the fence was paranormal. I don't ever recall even mentioning Harry during any of the times that I posted on this board. Also, I don't think that anyone has ever claimed that Harry was trying to commit suicide. I don't think the Lutzs' ever claimed that either. My understanding is that Harry got hung up on the fence trying to run away from something, which may or may not have been paranormal in nature.

For that matter I don't even recall butting heads with Rock. I had a minor disagreement over the issue he had with Didio, but I would hardly call it butting heads. If you take a look at the thread we really didn't exchange words over the issue, so I don't know how you would call it butting heads.

I suppose this is how you think you can win an argument. By straw manning and putting words in other people's mouths.

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