Dan the Damned wrote:I think Ric included this in his book as a selling point - acting like he uncovered some major missing fact in the case.
I agree Dan.
This is the final paragraph from versions two and three of Osuna’s “book”…
Still, if Geraldine’s testimony was disregarded, then what is left? There is still the matter of Bobby Kelske’s being implicated in the murders; the second gun and different caliber of bullet found in Louise DeFeo; the DeFeos’ bodies being moved and the bloodstained floors; the undeniable Mob elements associated with this story; the Lutzes conspiring with William Weber to write a fictional ghost story; a judge who was one of the most corrupt in American history; and a seventh body.
…he actually ended his “book” with a reference to the “seventh body”!
The problem is…he did a horrible job supporting his claim. It’s as if he expected readers to simply take his word for it.
By the way…regarding the rest of his concluding paragraph…
Bobby Kelske was never implicated in the murders
There was no second gun found nor different caliber bullet found in Mrs. DeFeo
There was no evidence of any of the bodies being moved
There was no evidence of any bloodstained floors
The “mob” had NOTHING to do with the murders
George Lutz, Kathy Lutz, and William Weber had NOTHING to do with the murders
Judge Stark was NOT one of the most corrupt judges in American history