Ronald DeFeo card/envelope 8/14/2012 DECEASED
Card/envelope set from the New York inspiration for The Amityville Horror movie.
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This auction is for a card from deceased New York mass murderer Ronald Joseph DeFeo, Jr. (9/26/1951 - 3/12/2021). On 11/13/1974, Ronald DeFeo murdered his father, mother, two brothers, and two sisters, shooting them with a rifle. He initially claimed the murders were part of a "mob hit," but confessed the following day. During his trail the ol' insanity defense was put forth and failed. On 12/4/1975, Ronald DeFeo was sentenced to six life terms. His case would go on to inspire The Amityville Horror movie series. Ronald DeFeo died of natural causes on 3/12/2021. He was 69.
ITEM DESCRIPTION: The greeting card is dated 8/14/2012 and signed twice, "Butch." In the card DeFeo professes his love over and over to the original recipient. It's painfully obvious Defeo has no idea how to properly use quotation marks. The original mailing envelope is not postmarked, with a few notations written on the front and reverse by DeFeo. Someone has written an address and phone number on the envelope reverse. Other people's kids! The card and envelope come inside a protective magazine sleeve with an acid free board and have been stored flat. Message me with any questions you might have. Thanks for having a look-see.
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- 90210, California, United States
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