I remember watching this documentary approximately a year ago, and it has stuck with me ever since. I feel that the "realness" of Danny, his obvious distress and discomfort at telling this horrific tale from his childhood, and the fact that he has never sought out any sort of financial gain from his experiences really help with the validity of the story in my opinion. I am an agnostic, and this documentary caused me to really start to question my own personal beliefs. That is quite rare in my world. One would think that due to the fact that no other person that has lived in that home has complained of any sort of supernatural experience, that that would seal the deal as the entire story being fabricated. But, I believe that the entities were triggered by George due to his personality and his experimentation with the occult. So when he and his family moved it, whatever was left over from the murders was "awoken" by George, I also feel like "they" also fed off of his tumultuous relationship with his step-son, Danny.
After watching, I am left with a sense of morbid curiosity and sadness for Danny Lutz. He comes off as an extremely guarded individual (which comes off as understandable anger in this documentary) and the fact that he was willing to open up to the world to tell the tale of one of the most traumatic experiences in his life really shows what an incredibly strong-willed man he is. I myself was a victim of relentless childhood abuse at the hands of my step-father, and although I didn't go through any sort of supernatural terror, I was victimized by a very violent and drug addicted, alcoholic. So I understand very well the effects that that can have on a young child, and how that can carry over into adulthood. So please bare that in mind while watching Danny, and try to look past his angry demeanor and see a person who was abused and terrorized for years by not only his step-father, but also by forces that were beyond his control or understanding. Even if you don't believe that what he says happened in regards to the supernatural, to him,it was all very real and extremely terrifying.