Mark Carlson, Herald staff
For sale: Five-bedroom Dutch Colonial on Long Island. Includes waterfront boathouse, walls that emit slime and visits from a demonic pig. Yes, it’s the house made famous by the 1979 movie “The Amityville Horror,” and it can be yours for $1.15 million (Page A2).
According to those familiar with the home, qualified buyers need not fear paranormal activity — just a lot of looky-loos on Halloween.
Home field disadvantage: The Sounders and Mariners both play home games in Seattle tonight, prompting worries about a massive traffic jam near Qwest and Safeco fields.
To make matters worse, most of those drivers, likely to have witnessed yet another dismal performance by the home teams, will be wearing paper bags over their heads.
The place for 20-somethings: A couple of online operations have ranked Atlanta as the best city in America for young adults (Page A6).
Seattle didn’t make the top 10, but Spokane was rated the best city for young adults who prefer to call it a night at 9 o’clock.