The family of a Queens woman who passed away last year is reportedly furious that she left $250,000 of her estate to debunked doomsday pastor Harold Camping.
Before she died, Doris Schmitt, of Rosedale, told her nieces she planned to give the massive gift to Camping's Christian broadcast, the Family Radio World Wide, according to the Daily News.
Schmitt died before Camping’s doomsday prophesy fizzled.
"My whole family was mad and upset," said Eileen Heuwetter, 64. "If it had been a cancer organization, fine. God bless them. But \[Camping's\] just not a good person," she told the paper.
According to the paper, Schmitt's life was marked by tragedy.
"It became her entire life," Heuwetter, Jupiter, Fla., said Friday.