Her demonstration of how this might have occurred – which depended upon her stretching to simultaneously press controls several feet apart (what the press dubbed the "Rose Mary Stretch") – was met with skepticism from those who believed the erasures from whatever source to be deliberate. To escape all the memories of her hometown Rose Mary Woods moved to Washington D. The contents of the gap remain a mystery.
Haldeman and John Ehrlichman became the operators of Nixon's presidential campaign Woods was Nixon's gatekeeper. Rose Mary Woods (December 26 1917 – January 22 2005) was Richard Nixon's secretary from his days in Congress in 1951 through the end of his political career. Before H.