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    Interesting Reading

    I know...this comes from "Crime Magazine"...and I also know to take what I read there with a grain of salt, but this particular article poses some interesting theories and there are also links there to the various books written about this case.

    http://www.crimemagazine.com/jonbenet.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenlydaze
    I know...this comes from "Crime Magazine"...and I also know to take what I read there with a grain of salt, but this particular article poses some interesting theories and there are also links there to the various books written about this case.

    http://www.crimemagazine.com/jonbenet.htm
    I reread this article recently and thought it was very interesting and informative. Thanks for posting it.

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    Crimemagazine is the best.

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    I like that one too. I link it in as a source in my posts a lot. I also like the companion piece linked at the bottom

    http://www.crimemagazine.com/solvingjbr-main.htm
    Where is Trenton Duckett?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenlydaze
    I know...this comes from "Crime Magazine"...and I also know to take what I read there with a grain of salt, but this particular article poses some interesting theories and there are also links there to the various books written about this case.

    http://www.crimemagazine.com/jonbenet.htm
    Thank You Heavenlydaze, a lot of reading.

    Here is where I agree:

    PR

    Modern public relations has come a long way since the days of "no comment." Today the buzz in corporate PR circles is to take the initiative, to bring the attack to the attacker. They call it "hard ball."

    This is what I saw happening in the case of the disappearance of Natalie Hollowy.

    Change the place, the timing, the names and there you go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuisanceposter
    I like that one too. I link it in as a source in my posts a lot. I also like the companion piece linked at the bottom

    http://www.crimemagazine.com/solvingjbr-main.htm
    Thank you, Nuisanceposter...I'd only partially gotten through that article (the hazzards of working in retail...darn customers keep interrupting my internet reading)!

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    Thanks...

    Quote Originally Posted by heavenlydaze
    Thank you, Nuisanceposter...I'd only partially gotten through that article (the hazzards of working in retail...darn customers keep interrupting my internet reading)!
    Thanks for posting this pretty well sums it up IMO. Hey, you have really 'cool' record shop too.

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    Bumping this thread

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    I didn't know where to post this, but I suppose this falls under the category of "Interesting Reading". I've been researching the shooting of Columbine High School lately, mainly because of the amount of shootings I've been hearing about on the news, and I came across something one of the shooters, Eric Harris, wrote about JonBenet on one of his online rants. I can't post the excerpt here because of the amount of curse words, but I'll post a link. As if I didn't think this kid was messed up in the head enough...

    *WARNING: DON'T CLICK ON LINK BELOW IF SENSITIVE ABOUT CURSING*
    http://www.acolumbinesite.com/wisdom2.html

    (To find it easier, press CTRL+F and type in "Jon binay".)

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenlydaze View Post
    I know...this comes from "Crime Magazine"...and I also know to take what I read there with a grain of salt, but this particular article poses some interesting theories and there are also links there to the various books written about this case.

    http://www.crimemagazine.com/jonbenet.htm
    Thank you for this post, heavenlydaze. I do wish the authors had gone more into the Ramsey/Beaver Island connection.

    I had forgotten this fact:

    "The strange turns of the Ramsey case began early as early as February 1997, when National Enquirer reporter David Duffy, 58, was found dead in his Boulder hotel room. Duffy was covering the JonBenet murder. Even though Duffy's death was ruled to be from natural causes, there are persistent rumors of foul play."




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