Ferrucci-Good was 91 when she died in April. Her husband, Robert Good, a Parks Department supervisor and lifeguard, died in 1975. Crater had been appointed to the state Supreme Court bench by then-Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt just four months before disappearing on Aug. 6, 1930. A few days earlier, while vacationing with his wife, Stella, at their summer cabin in Belgrade Lakes, Maine, he received a mysterious phone call that left him visibly upset. He never told his wife who called.
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It's a handwritten letter in an envelope marked "Do not open until my death" that her granddaughter Barbara O'Brien found in a metal box in her grandmother's home, the sources said. In the letter, Ferrucci-Good claimed that her late husband, Robert Good; an NYPD cop named Charles Burns; and the cop's cabby brother, Frank Burns, were responsible for Crater's death.