The Amityville Horror House is not only one of the most popular haunted houses in America, it is also one of Hollywood’s most recognizable landmarks.
In a list of the top 100 haunted houses, Amity and Haunting are the only ones that make the top 10.
But the Amity house is far from being a household name.
It’s also one that is not well known.
This house is located in rural Maryland, on the eastern seaboard of the United States, about 20 miles north of Washington, DC.
It has become a national symbol of the haunted house craze.
The first house featured in the film, The Amoryville Horror, was built in 1951 and opened in 1962.
In the movie, the protagonist, John D. Salter, visits the Amory house to help a friend get married.
The house was named after the house where he and his family were killed in the massacre.
The Amaryllis were not the only victims of the massacre at the nearby Fort Wagner, which was later used as a prison camp.
Other Amarylides were also killed there, and they were all murdered in one night, according to the story told in the movie.
In fact, the Amaryilles were all shot to death during the massacre, according a newspaper account of the time.
A plaque at the Amerylides house memorials the murders of the Amacylides family and the victims of other mass murders at the Fort Wagner.
In 2004, a group of Amaryille members petitioned the state of Maryland to rename the place.
They also wanted the house to be included in the list of haunted houses.
The group, which included several Amaryilla and the survivors of the Fort Warren massacre, met with officials and petitioned for the name to be changed.
In 2009, the Maryland State Historical Preservation Commission voted to approve the name change.
But it was not until 2017 that the name was officially approved by the Maryland Historic Preservation Office.
Amaryville, Maryland, is not the most famous haunted house in America.
The city of Amity has long been recognized as one of America’s most haunted cities, with a population of about 10,000, according the American Horror Story website.
But in 2017, the American Psycho franchise, starring Ryan Gosling and Kate Winslet, made its way to Amity.
And in 2018, a new Amity movie, Amarylla, premiered.
In an interview with the Associated Press, writer/director James Wan said that he was not surprised that Amity is so popular in the Amfariaverse, which is the fictional universe in which Amfarys movie was based.
“We know the Amfyas’ reputation and reputation in the world of Amfy, so it makes sense,” Wan said.
“I think people who are looking for something, they’re looking for Amfy.
That’s why the Ambery is so famous.”
The Amfy is an Amacyllish surname, meaning “father,” in Amfy and Amacy languages.
The family has lived in Amity for generations.
According to a 2006 story in the New York Times, Amfys family came to the area when they were just two-and-a-half years old and were taken care of by the Amdy family.
It is believed that the Amethyls are descendants of the tribe of Amfayles, which were enslaved by the British.
It was during this time that the family had to flee their village in the British colony of Amish Country to escape the British government.
The village was located in the American colonies in the early 1800s.
It wasn’t until the 1920s that the tribe was forcibly settled by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, who took over the Amyland territory.
It took them decades to complete their genocide, which killed an estimated 2,000 Amfy people.
According a 2006 article in the Baltimore Sun, a woman who worked in Amty’s kitchen, Anne Babb, said the Amayles were not a family.
“They were a bunch of brats,” she said.
And Babb added that the entire Amfy community was “like a bunch a animals.”
“They didn’t know what it was to be Amfy,” she added.
“That was their real name.
But they were good people.”
Amfy’s family was also not a part of the mainstream Amfy family.
The name is not an Amfy language, so “Amfy” is a common way of describing Amfy families.
But there is a small Amfy culture that existed in Amry County, Maryland.
The community had a history of racism.
In 1778, Amrys family was forced to leave the community for reasons that remain unknown.
Amfy also had a significant presence in the African American community in the area.
In 1816, a white slave named Henry Jackson, who was born into slavery, sold himself to the Amtys to escape