Pat Benatar – Hit Me With Your Best Shot
Hit Me With You Best Shot- Lyrics: Well you’re a real tough cookie with a long history Of breaking little hearts like the one in me That’s okay lets see how …
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Hit me with your best shot
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A Christmas Story: Which part would u NOT like to happen to you? Me – The part where Schwartz gets a spanking because of what Ralphie did over the phone.
Download sheet music pdf: Hit Me With Your Best Shot (Schwartz)
Definitely getting my tongue stuck to the pole!! Lol. A close (or maybe not so close, considering how the tongue one makes me cringe) second would be getting hit in the face w/ the bb gun shot and having to pretend it was caused by an icicle lol).
Is the amityville murders in the movie based on real events? In the movie they talk about native americans er whatever being killed is that true? did that little girl really die in a closet ? did those ppl rrelle git haunted ? did the actual person dig up there graves? i want to knowwhat about the native americans thing? is that trueee
it was a family that lived their and someone went crazy and shot all of the family and noone woke up when the gun went off. or atleast thats what i herd.
no the son killed his parents and sister and bother in real life the actullay movie isn’t based on it at all.
It’s supposed to be based on true events. Here are several websites which talk about the Amityville haunting:
The murder of the DeFeo family Mug shot of Ronald DeFeo Jr. taken shortly after his arrestAt around 6:30 on the evening of November 13, 1974, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. burst into Henry’s Bar in Amityville, Long Island, New York and declared: “You got to help me! I think my mother and father are shot.” DeFeo and a small group of people went to 112 Ocean Avenue, which was located not far from the bar, and found that DeFeo’s parents were indeed dead. One of the group, Joe Yeswit, made an emergency call to the Suffolk County Police, who searched the house and found that six members of the same family were dead in their beds. The victims were Ronald DeFeo, Sr., 43, Louise DeFeo, 42, and four of their children, Dawn, 18, Allison, 13, Marc, 11, and John Matthew, 9. All of the victims had been shot with a .35 caliber lever action Marlin rifle at around three o’clock in the morning of that day. DeFeo’s parents had both been shot twice, while the children had all been killed with single shots. The DeFeo family had occupied 112 Ocean Avenue since purchasing it in 1965.Ronald DeFeo, Jr. was the eldest son of the family, and was also known as “Butch”. He was taken to the local police station for his own protection after suggesting to police officers at the scene of the crime that the killings had been carried out by a mob hit man named Louis Falini. However, an interview with DeFeo at the station soon exposed serious inconsistencies in his version of events, and the following day he confessed to carrying out the killings himself. He told detectives: “Once I started, I just couldn’t stop. It went so fast.” Trial and convictionDeFeo’s trial began on October 14, 1975. He and his defense lawyer William Weber mounted an affirmative defense of insanity, with DeFeo claiming that voices in his head had urged him to carry out the killings. The insanity plea was supported by the psychiatrist for the defense, Dr. Daniel Schwartz. The psychiatrist for the prosecution, Dr. Harold Zolan, maintained that although DeFeo had an antisocial personality disorder and was an abuser of heroin and LSD, he was aware of his actions at the time of the crime.On November 21, 1975, DeFeo was found guilty on six counts of second-degree murder. On December 4, 1975, Judge Thomas Stark sentenced Ronald DeFeo, Jr. to six consecutive sentences of 25 years to life.DeFeo is currently held in Green Haven Correctional Facility, Beekman, New York, and all of his appeals to the parole board to date have been turned down. Controversies surrounding the case Ric Osuna’s book The Night the DeFeos Died offers an alternative but controversial explanation of the murdersAll six of the victims were found lying face down in their beds with no signs of a struggle or sedatives having been administered, leading to claims that someone in the house would have been awakened by the noise of the gunshots. Neighbors did not report hearing any gunshots being fired. The police investigation concluded that the victims had been asleep at the time of the murders, and that the rifle had not been fitted with a silencer. Police officers and the medical examiner who attended the scene were initially puzzled by the rapidity and scale of the killings, and considered the possibility that more than one person had been responsible for the crime. Ronald DeFeo has given several accounts of how the killings were carried out, all of them inconsistent.On November 30, 2000, Ronald DeFeo gave an interview to Ric Osuna, the author of The Night the DeFeos Died, which was published in 2002. DeFeo claimed that he had committed the murders “out of desperation” with his sister Dawn and two unnamed friends. He claimed that after a furious row with his father, he and his sister planned to kill their parents, and that Dawn murdered the children in order to eliminate them as witnesses. He said that he was enraged on discovering his sister’s actions, knocked her unconscious on to her bed and shot her in the head. Attempts to contact the two alleged accomplices have failed, since one died in January 2001 and the other is said to have entered a witness protection program. Ronald DeFeo, Jr. had a stormy relationship with his father, but why the entire family was killed remains unclear. The prosecution at his trial suggested that the motive for the murders was to collect on the life insurance policies of his parents.  Joe Nickell notes that given the frequency with which Ronald DeFeo has changed his story over the years, any new claims from him regarding the events that took place on the night of the murders should be approached with caution.go to crime scene photos.com and you can see the crime scene photos, extremely creepy
Yes. As a matter of fact they are. I live 20 minutes away from Amityville. I know it is freaky but, don’t worry. LOL. : ))