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Ronald Joseph "Butch" DeFeo, Jr. (born September 26, 1951) is an American mass murderer. He was tried and convicted for the 1974 killings of his father, mother, two brothers and two sisters. The case is notable for being the real life inspiration behind the book and film versions of The Amityville Horror.

Ronald Joseph "Butch" DeFeo, Jr. (born September 26, 1951) is an American mass murderer. He was tried and convicted for the 1974 killings of his father, mother, two brothers and two sisters. The case is notable for being the real life inspiration behind the book and film versions of The Amityville Horror.

The blood stained bed of murder victim Marc DeFeo, who was murdered by Ronald DeFeo jr. during the mass murder of the Defeo family which would eventually become known as ‘The Real Amityville Horror’.

The blood stained bed of murder victim Marc DeFeo, who was murdered by Ronald DeFeo jr. during the mass murder of the Defeo family which would eventually become known as ‘The Real Amityville Horror’.

Ronald DeFeo | Killed the six family members with a .35 caliber rifle.  In court he testified to being possessed by Satan whom he blamed for the murders.

Ronald DeFeo | Killed the six family members with a .35 caliber rifle. In court he testified to being possessed by Satan whom he blamed for the murders.

Andrei Chikatilo AKA The Rostov Ripper.  A Russian killer who confessed to 5 2 counts of murder only after having a therapy session with a Psychiatrist.

Andrei Chikatilo AKA The Rostov Ripper. A Russian killer who confessed to 5 2 counts of murder only after having a therapy session with a Psychiatrist.

Police found six bodies of the DeFeo family home in 1974 after Ronald DeFeo Jr. ran into a bar to make it known his parents were shot. (RED/ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Police found six bodies of the DeFeo family home in 1974 after Ronald DeFeo Jr. ran into a bar to make it known his parents were shot. (RED/ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Ronald DeFeo Jr. leaves Suffolk County district court after a hearing on Nov. 15, 1974, one day after he killed his parents and four siblings in their home in Amityville, Long Island, NY

Slaying of family in spooky Long Island house inspired 'The Amityville Horror'

Ronald DeFeo Jr. leaves Suffolk County district court after a hearing on Nov. 15, 1974, one day after he killed his parents and four siblings in their home in Amityville, Long Island, NY

Ronald DeFeo Jr., was given six sentences of 25 years to life after being convicted of killing his two parents and four siblings in 1974. (RICHARD DREW/AP)

Ronald DeFeo Jr., was given six sentences of 25 years to life after being convicted of killing his two parents and four siblings in 1974. (RICHARD DREW/AP)

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