It was the inspiration for one of the most famous horror movies of all time. People familiar with the movie and book, 'The Amityville Horror', know that the Lutz family spent barely a month in their colonial Long Island home before abandoning it, and everything they owned, in the face of an onslaught of disturbing visions, dreams and paranormal occurrences. The tragic tale of the previous owners, the DeFeo family, killed in their beds by their eldest son, is also well-known. But 'Amityville: The Haunting', while revisiting these chapters, also explores dark episodes from deep in the property's past: the burial rituals and practices of the Montaukett Indians, the "witch" who first owned the horror house, and why the original house built on the land was moved. We also hear exclusive testimonies from the Lutz family, breaking their 25-year silence and recounting, in chilling detail, their "28 days in hell"!