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The book was written after Tam Mossman, an editor at the publishing house Prentice Hall , introduced George and Kathy Lutz to Jay Anson. The Lutzes did not work directly with Anson, but submitted around 45 hours of tape-recorded recollections to him, which were used as the basis of the book. Estimates of the sales of the book are around 10 million copies from its numerous editions. Anson is said to have based the title of The Amityville Horror on " The Dunwich Horror " by H. P. Lovecraft , which was published in 1929. [6]

In the 1870s and 1880s, the temperance movement became influential in Britain and the Drink Reform League specifically campaigned for the banning of alcohol from workhouses. In 1884, the Local Government Board decreed that workhouse masters would be liable for the cost of any alcohol that was not supplied under medical instruction — a master at Islington subsequently faced a bill for over 200 gallons of port consumed by his nursing staff.

The week’s competitions were devised and managed by George Annand, providing a clear Stableford aggregate winner in Peter Scott and a fourball Stableford winner in Dave Philip who emerged victorious¬†in each match despite all of his partners!

“Please, sir,” said the kid in a trembling voice. “I'm a severe diabetic. I have to inject myself with insulin regularly.”

"This incident has been reported to Police Scotland, an investigation is under way and we stepped up our security measures in light of it."

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