Police find girl, 6, dead in home December 27, 1996 BOULDER — A 6-year-old girl who was reported kidnapped early yesterday was found dead later in her home. The girl’s parents made a 911 call to police about 6 a.m. to report that their daughter had been abducted, said city spokeswoman Leslie Aaholm. Police said a family member discovered the body of JonBenet Ramsey in the basement of the family house in the 700 block of 15th Street about 1:30 p.m. She had not been shot or stabbed, said Detective Sgt. Larry Mason. No other details about her death...Read More
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Evidence Voluminous but Tricky By Karen Augé Denver Post Staff Writer Oct. 14, 1999 They’re not even sure how she died. Or when. And not having the how and when is just one thing that’s made it difficult to prove the who in the mystery of JonBenét Ramsey’s death. With no witnesses, no confession and no obvious motive for ending the first-grader’s life, the grand jurors probablyly found it difficult to indict a suspect. But, by all accounts, there are literally roomsful of physical evidence – as of June 1998, Boulder police had logged 1,058 pieces of evidence, tested 500 pieces,...Read More
Four Pieces of Evidence in the JonBenét Ramsey Case That Just Don’t Fit By The Forensic Outreach Team June 20, 2016 At six years-old, JonBenét Ramsey was a child beauty pageant queen living in Boulder, Colorado with her parents, John and Patsy, as well as her nine year-old brother Burke. Unfortunately, it wasn’t just her shining smile and big blonde hair that would set her apart — although, ironically, these are the very features that are immortalised in countless newspapers. Instead, JonBenét was the victim of sick and twisted murder that remains unsolved to this day. The ransom note There are...Read More
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