Yet, if a picture is truly worth 1,000 words, this one is worth 10,000 even despite its imperfections.
Why is it worth 10,000 words? What exactly is this picture supposed to prove? That Geraldine looked miserable? And was this picture taken before or after she did her own prison time? Either way, it proves nothing. We all know that Ronnie and Geraldine were together for awhile in the 80's, that's never been a questionable issue or debate. What difference does it make if it's a picture from 1983 or 1985? A couple of years off doesn't relate in the least to the late 1960's or early 70's - the point in time that Geraldine insists she was with Ronnie.
Gates, and her husband, have been engaged in an extensive remodel of their 120-year old upstate farmhouse for the past few years.
Really? Yikes, from what I've seen the only type of remodeling that could save that place would be a match.
She claimed her existence was erased from the record by the New York crime families that the DeFeos were connected to in protection of herself and Ronald DeFeo's daughter.
That quote is interesting on several levels. First of all, "her existence was erased from record"? LOL! RIGHT! That wouldn't be all that difficult to check into.
Secondly, I also found this part interesting " Ronald DeFeo's daughter." Hmm. Yet further down the page, underneath the photo of Geraldine and Ronnie, we read this caption " The photo is a full-body group shot of Geraldine Gates, Ronald DeFeo, Geraldine's daughter". Ah, so first it's "Ronald DeFeo's Daughter"
and just a few lines later the child is "Geraldine's daughter"
The Amityville pro-haunting community has ridiculed Osuna and proclaimed Gates as a publicity hound, making up the story of her marriage to DeFeo in an effort to attain 'fifteen minutes of fame.'
Hilarious!!! Surprise guys, it's not only the Amityville pro-haunting community laughing their asses off at this ridiculous charade! No one buys into this nonsense although it's certainly amusing to say the least! Not high quality entertainment, but entertaining nonetheless.
Last but certainly not least...
She carried all of the items to a giant burn-pit in the backyard of her upstate New York rural home, doused them in gasoline, and set them on fire.
Gee, maybe Jimmy Hoffa is in that barn in her backyard ...