I listened until 1:45. Christopher Lutz, or Christopher Quarentino, as he prefers to be called, isn't the guest he was when Ian( I'm pretty sure it was Ian) interviewed him a couple of years ago. I don't want to slander the man by speculating what may be the deal with him, but he just didnt sound as if he's hitting on all cylinders.
I've always thought that this Amityville hoax(if it is a hoax, and I tend to think it is) is insensitive to the DeFeo family. I don't mean Ronnie "Butch" DeFeo--he can rot in hell. I mean whatever cousins, neices, nephews, friends, neighbors, etc. that may have loved them. If somebody bought a piece of real estate associated with some horrible event in my family then spun a story like that to get publicity and money I don't think I'd like it. Hoaxers don't seem to think of stuff like that. George Lutz of course is dead now, but as near as I can tell, he kept milking Amityville for the rest if his life. Why not give it a rest and put it behind you?
Incidentally, the Warrens, who had investigated Amityville, got in a pretty vicious online insult match with another investigator who disagreed with them. I guess that people had a lot invested in this, literally and figuratively, and weren't going to let go easily. As I said, I tend to come down on the side of Amityville being a fake. I'm pretty much a skeptic when it comes to all those type of cases, though I won't rule it out. Coast to Coast seems to operate from the premise that nobody's ever been debunked beyond a doubt, though, and that goes for a variety of people not just those with paranormal claims.