JonBenet Ramsey was a six-year-old child beauty queen who was found murdered in her family’s basement in their Colorado home on December 26, 1996. Now a new docu-series, The Case of JonBenét Ramsey, will offer some shocking details about the case. The trailer for the show features an exclusive interview with the 911 operator who was never approached by the investigating authorities in the last two decades.
Although it’s been 20 years since the little beauty queen was brutally killed, the case is still unsolved. There have been over 140 suspects linked to the murder. CBS is going to air a documentary series that will unearth a few new side of the story. A recently released trailer for the series shows the disturbing phone call JonBenét Ramsey’s mother, Patsy, made on the night of her daughter’s murder.
In the preview, we get to see experts planning to investigate Patsy’s call further using new technology to strip back the audio. What is shocking about it? The technology helped reveal a conversation that happened when the Ramseys (parents of the child) thought their call had been disconnected.
The trailer that was released earlier this week also features the 911 operator who took the call on that night. Call it a twist of fate or a legal glitch; she has never been approached by authorities in the last 20 years.
In her words: “Twenty years, nobody asked me. I think it would have really turned the case around.”
The case became all the more intriguing after it was confirmed that JonBenét’s older brother Burke will give his first-ever interview. The three-part interview conducted by Dr. Phil will dig deeper into the case of his sister’s mysterious murder. It will also show how the sudden loss of JonBenét impacted him and his family, reports The Australian Women’s Weekly. The Case of JonBenét Ramsey will air the interview in September.
JonBenet Ramsey Case in Brief:
JonBenet Ramsey, the six-year-old beauty queen, was found struck on the head and strangled. The case remains unsolved even after several grand jury hearings and continues to pull public and media interest.
Boulder law enforcement agencies initially suspected JonBenét’s parents and her nine-year-old brother Burke. However, in 2008, DNA taken from the victim’s clothes completely cleared her family. Media highlighted Ramsey’s wealth, JonBenét’s participation in child beauty pageants and the strange evidence found in the case. To date, the reality behind the brutal murder is unknown. We can just hope the docu-series will be successful in solving all the mysteries.
The Case of JonBenét Ramsey is being predicted to be as popular as Netflix’s Making A Murderer.