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"ronald defeo jr." Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

08:04 min | 3 months ago

"ronald defeo jr." Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Of softball stickball football rumbles. Everything was happening. You turn a block in this 15 kids playing this 20 kids over there. It just didn't end. So we had a friend named whitey. Because his hair was so blond, it was white when he was a kid. You can never call a kid whitey now, but whitey used to work at Jack's a few nights a week. And when he was, you know, he was in our group with Marvin and aggravating and a few other people. So sometimes whitey would just take a 6 pack or two and hide them in the bushes in the back of the store. And this way, we didn't have to blow our money on beer. We had a lot of hookups back then. Johnny munnell used to work at the Sunoco station on the block up the street from my house. You knew that he was on the main drag there, montauk highway, and if he was working, you knew you were going to get a quick ten bucks full of gas for free. Chico's father on the ice cream shop called big guys ice cream and we need there for free. Mark fang knows brother owned Harry's deli. And he always was good with giving us something for free on the way out. Anyhow, we'd have more beers, maybe we have a joint and the four or 5 of us hit it together. And then we're feeling it with all hop into that little pin though and head to the amityville horror house. And one night we went in 1979, 5 years to the day and the hour that it happened. And all we had to do was just make a left on montauk highway leaving my house and drive straight for 8 miles before making a left on ocean air view. And then we were there at one 12. And most of the time we just drive past it real slow, a lot of people were doing the same thing back then in the 70s. It was like a thing people did. You know, when you drive down streets to see Christmas decorations or Halloween, it was the same thing with one 12 ocean drive. Ocean. Was a huge story for us back then because little bucolic Long Island wasn't known for crimes like that. And I have distant and distinct memories of sitting in front of that spooky house one summer. Well, actually, it was the fall. It was November. It was 5 years to the day. So we got Ronnie Canada behind the wheel. And Ronnie Michelle in the backseat, and I'm up front next to Ronnie riding shotgun. And we were a little stoned, a little buzzed. We're munching from a big bag of pretzel nuggets and sipping our schmidts when something happened so bizarre to all of us, but I'll let you know what that was after we get the facts right about the house and the murders that occurred inside of that house and in some say to this day that that House is and perhaps always was a haunted house with demons and all sorts of other paranormal shit. But in the early morning hours of November 13th, 1974, 6 members of the defeo family were killed in their bed with a 35 caliber rifle. Now I'm 12 years old when this happens and I've got to think seeing this story on the three newspapers, we had the liver to our House, newsday, Long Island press, and the New York Daily News, all delivered in all had that ugly headline. And I think that headline and those stories left an indelible impression on my desire to become a newspaperman. So story goes 23 year old kid Ronald Butch to fail, Ronnie the fail. He was the eldest child. He confessed to murdering his entire family in cold blood. His parents Louise and Ronald defeo was killed. His siblings, dawn was 18. Alison was 13. Mark was 12 and John Matthew was 9. And the gruesome murders are regarded as a catalyst for the spirits that apparently haunt one 12 ocean avenue. But some people argue that the fail and the sales family were also victims of that house. So the question is always remain. Did an evil presence already reside at that house before the amityville murders and forced a young man to kill his family? It's interesting to think about it. What we do know is that defeo had a decent childhood. His dad made decent money. They lived a comfortable middle class life. Turns out it was comfortable, but not content. A lot of us have been that spot, I guess, growing up. His father was very domineering. He was abusive. His mother seemed to fade into the background because of the overbearing personality of the father. And Ronald DeFeo Jr. began to lead troubled young adulthood, put it that way. He began to rely on drugs and alcohol to cope. He lashed out physically, even threatened his father with a gun. The parents hoped that maybe if we gave him a weekly allowance and some gifts, that would appease their troublesome son. But by 18, Ronald technically held a job at the auto dealership the family owned, but he very rarely showed up, so on that day in 1974, it wasn't unusual that he decided to leave work at noon because he was bored and daddy owned the company. They met with friends at a bar called Harry's, right up the street on the corner of Merrick road and ocean avenue, and word is, he went to that bar three times that day. But the last time he blew in there, it was the wee small hours of the morning, and his shirt was all bloody. And he began to yell, you gotta help me. I think my mother and father were shot. And some of the people in the bar followed him back to the house down the street, and they were witnessed to this horrifying scene. All 6 bodies were found in their beds. Listen to this. All their bodies were positioned on their stomachs, and they all appeared to be shot with a high powered rifle at around three 15 in the morning. And now obviously, many of the local patrons at that bar went to the house and they were shocked at what they saw. It was a big three story house. It had a newly installed heated swimming pool, a boat dock, I mean, these people lived well. And all these people from the bar walking through the house, they see the bloodied bodies, all these people wearing pajamas, 5 members of the defeo family, dead, shot to death with this rifle. And apparently Ron, who allegedly committed the murders, was very slow and defiantly and defined as he crept from room to room, murdering his family members one by one. He killed all 6 with just 8 bullets. It makes you wonder how the hell were all these people? Not waking up, but this time of a 35 caliber rifle going off. And why are they all in this stomachs? His parents were shot twice in the back of their heads, both of them. The four kids were shot once each in the middle of their back. The pictures are online. You can look at them. But there is some things that don't quite add up. No sign of struggle. No evidence that they were drugged, no neighbors who were awake reported hearing any gunshots only the failed families dog was barking throughout the night. So upon the police investigation, defeo's alibi of being at work and then the bar that began to crumble because police began to notice the family had been dead before 6 a.m.. And then the failed frantically changed his story. And he changed it several more times throughout the murder investigations at one point, he said that a mob hit man named Louis fellini killed his family and made round the fail watch. And by the way, true story at one point after my first divorce, I dated fellini's daughter.

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DeFeo, convicted killer in 'Amityville Horror' case, dies

John Catsimatidis

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

DeFeo, convicted killer in 'Amityville Horror' case, dies

"The man behind the Amityville horror murder cases dead, officials saying Ronald DeFeo Jr. Who shot and killed his entire family inside their Amityville home in 1974, died. In an upstate prison. We had been serving a 25 years to life sentence. He was 69 years old. His case inspired the book and movie versions of the

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"ronald defeo jr." Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"ronald defeo jr." Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"The original just that just like yeah as the face on it and shit. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So it was later on they were like trying to Wes Craven to do some weird stuff, but it was based on like the Gin home from like Islamic texts and how it's a gin in normal form when the more wishes you get there more wishes he takes from people than when he becomes he gets like he's first ourselves a reptilian and then they can shape-shift which is like super weird. You should just watch it for the fact how fucked it is and then he like he's like plotting and all this stuff and he becomes just like big like CEO got kind of guy but the thing is when he gets his full form, whatever people made wishes he'll fucking like he takes their soul. So when homeless guys like he hates this farmer sister told me to like get off the sidewalk cuz he's homeless dog. Wishes, he has cancer and then like the guy just dies instantly of cancer. Oh sure. Just try. I I want to share know cuz it's ridiculous, but I was pretty stoned and it's like a shape-shifting genie thing. It's like Wes Craven would off the diving board on that one and it's bought a bunch of sequels to yeah. I see that I'll check it out. Let's get into the Lexus. So What we just talked about was the Amityville murders. Yes. Now we're going to be talking about what everybody really knows that's mainstream the Amityville hauntings Witch Is Dead what the movies are based off of what the book is based off of and so November 13th, nineteen seventy-four Ronald defeo Jr. Sean killed six family members at 15 Fulton Avenue in Amityville, since nineteen seventy over it was Nineteen seventy-four. That's what we've discovered. It was two years later that the Lexus moved in well supposedly it was in back in December of nineteen seventy. I got January 14th, nineteen Seventy-Six. Really? Yeah. Well somebody six they were doing the investigation this year. So it was thirteen months after the defeo murders. That's what I got here. Yeah, so Cathy and she had her three kids their previous marriage and they had a dog also dead. Well, I guess they were married in July of nineteen seventy-five. So well, well, well, whatever. Anyways, they they they moved out after Twenty Eight Days. Okay, so we have George and Kathy Lutz with their three children and they left After Twenty Eight Days claiming. They had been terrorized by paranormal phenomenon. They are they're so young thirteen months after the film murders or two years five bed or two years five bedroom house built in a dutch-style colonial-style. It had a swimming pool Boathouse. It is dope like it's a dope. It's pretty it looks beautiful. I mean if you if you see it now, it's a beautiful house. It's beautiful and we'll get into the and they bought it for $80,000 off right which I think is a steal. It was a steel. Yeah. It was located on a canal George and Kathy were married nineteen seventy-five. She had periods children and they had Daughters, I believe they had a dog and during their first inspection of the family dog. Yeah during the first inspection of the house. The real estate agent had told them about the defeo murders and they said they asked if it would affect their decision which they said it was not a problem, but I would be like, can I get like, you know, let's just like knock it down 10 grand. You know what I mean? Like, I you know, I know that shit because I'd be like, I would not move in there. I would not move in there and this is more fucked so they moved in December nineteen. Nineteen seventy-five. Can I say I would move in and I would I would test the waters. Maybe I've even played some Ouija board in their know it gets too fucked up K know then I sell it for more than I got it for know mostly. Here's the fucked-up part. Here's the crazy part. They kept it a fails Furniture first $400 as part of the deal when she slept in the same bed together. That's fucking I thought you tell him I said bed. And that's really weird in general that they like they fucking stayed like you sound the same couch. You know what I mean? Like that's I wouldn't I wouldn't for a murder thing. These people are obviously you were not what they claim to be not superstitious at all, right, so they came up to be religious or superstitious. So but that's fucked dude being in the sleeping in the same bed frame has some people that were in that's what I couldn't get across like I would obviously if I had to buy a house like this, I would probably be into it my girlfriend I probably so I'm sure there's people who are into that stupid fucking fag Zak Bagans from Ghost Adventures. He like bought like I think he you know, he didn't buy the Amityville. Oh, he they're doing a thing on fucking Joe exact farm for some fucking Reserve Zoo. Really? Yeah. Yeah that the tattooed guy. Yeah, no you ever watch Ghost Adventures. I like playing here. Yeah, and he's just like super do she like yeah, it used to be good and and I liked it and but I turned it seems so forced everything all the shit. There's a spirit asked to be like everything is seems super force and then one of the members left and he actually went to create I think a better show off where they actually like locked down for a night and you can't leave that something you do it and now they don't do it. They have so many film Crews and all this shit. It's like you're not going to catch anything. All these girls can be like man look all going to take her King a tiger or whatever like looking for some reason. I don't know what anyways this is fogged. I would never buy a home that somebody was murdered in. So I'm the kind of friend of George Lutz had learned about the history of the house and he had insisted on having it blessed at the time. He was yeah. It was a non-factor..

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