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    Has John Ramsey remarried?

    Heard a rumor that John Ramsey has remarried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricia View Post
    Heard a rumor that John Ramsey has remarried.

    Anyone know any details?
    Holy Cripe. Kinda quick, isn't it?? When did Patsy pass, June or something???

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishMist View Post
    Holy Cripe. Kinda quick, isn't it?? When did Patsy pass, June or something???
    From what i have learned about John Ramsey this is not surprising. Actually, I thought he would remarry much sooner.

    There was a rumor that he was dating Beth Twitty but I was never able to confirm that one.

    From what I was told, if this is true, he has married a web designer.

    If none of this is true then someone let me know and I'll report the truth. Otherwise we will keep looking into this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishMist View Post
    Holy Cripe. Kinda quick, isn't it?? When did Patsy pass, June or something???
    I saw a video of Patsy which was probably a month or so or more before she died and she looked horrible, I mean bad, and in the video it looks like they are in their back yard and John passes by and Patsy initiates a high five and John DOES high five her back but he looked like it was something he was just not into at the moment. She looked like Uncle Fester, seriously.

    It may seem like a short time but look at what their life has been like, granted they caused it - but still - I bet he just wants a new life. I would. Because his last one is the pits.

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    Hello Tricia, hope you are doing better.

    IMO, John never stopped cheating on his wife. She was sick for so long and John; being a man, had to have his needs met.

    JonBenet was almost three when Patsy was diagnosed with cancer. She underwent a radical hysterectomy and had to have six months of chemo. Surely sex was the last thing on her mind.

    Patsy continued to come out of remission, having to undergo chemo a couple more times. Again, John was not having his needs met.

    I wouldn't be surprised if John "found" someone.
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    "Uncle Fester"

    "Actually, I thought he would remarry much sooner."

    You people cut to the quick don't you?

    I can't imagine a wedding like this would be a happy occasion. And what would the women be thinking? She is entering a situation where you have an ex-wife, a dead wife, and two dead daughters. The death of one of the daughter's being so controversial the man you are marrying has spent most of his fortune to keep himself and wife #2 out of prison.

    Which got me to thinking...

    It's a cold rainy night, you are driving alone and you are lost. You stop the car, walk to the nearest house and ring the doorbell. A man answers the door and invites you in out of the rain. As you are about to step into the house, the man gives you a nice smile and you realize he is John Ramsey.

    Do you go in?

    What if you can smell freshly brewed coffee and over his shoulder you see a pound cake that has just been removed from the oven... does this change your answer?

    Oh, and no Tricia I have heard nothing about a wedding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert18 View Post
    "Uncle Fester"

    "Actually, I thought he would remarry much sooner."

    You people cut to the quick don't you?

    I can't imagine a wedding like this would be a happy occasion. And what would the women be thinking? She is entering a situation where you have an ex-wife, a dead wife, and two dead daughters. The death of one of the daughter's being so controversial the man you are marrying has spent most of his fortune to keep himself and wife #2 out of prison.

    Which got me to thinking...

    It's a cold rainy night, you are driving alone and you are lost. You stop the car, walk to the nearest house and ring the doorbell. A man answers the door and invites you in out of the rain. As you are about to step into the house, the man gives you a nice smile and you realize he is John Ramsey.

    Do you go in?

    What if you can smell freshly brewed coffee and over his shoulder you see a pound cake that has just been removed from the oven... does this change your answer?

    Oh, and no Tricia I have heard nothing about a wedding.
    Why not? It was an accident and he did not do it - Patsy did. Albert, my post was not meant to be mean about Patsy, but that is what the woman looked like, literally. She died I am sure shortly after. She was smiling too. A very strong person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert18 View Post


    It's a cold rainy night, you are driving alone and you are lost. You stop the car, walk to the nearest house and ring the doorbell. A man answers the door and invites you in out of the rain. As you are about to step into the house, the man gives you a nice smile and you realize he is John Ramsey.

    Do you go in?

    What if you can smell freshly brewed coffee and over his shoulder you see a pound cake that has just been removed from the oven... does this change your answer?
    Is this a trick question?
    something to ponder:

    When the corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and the mortal have put on immortality, then shall we be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory.

    O death, where [is] thy sting? O grave, where [is] thy victory?

    The sting of death [is] sin; and the strength of sin [is] the law.
    But thanks [be] to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solace View Post

    It may seem like a short time but look at what their life has been like, granted they caused it - but still - I bet he just wants a new life. I would. Because his last one is the pits.
    I have to agree,JR may not be innocent of all charges but,just from reading about Patsy,she seems like she could make anyone's life hell.And that's probably just what it was.
    something to ponder:

    When the corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and the mortal have put on immortality, then shall we be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory.

    O death, where [is] thy sting? O grave, where [is] thy victory?

    The sting of death [is] sin; and the strength of sin [is] the law.
    But thanks [be] to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
    1 Corinthians 15:54-57

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solace View Post
    I saw a video of Patsy which was probably a month or so or more before she died and she looked horrible, I mean bad, and in the video it looks like they are in their back yard and John passes by and Patsy initiates a high five and John DOES high five her back but he looked like it was something he was just not into at the moment. She looked like Uncle Fester, seriously.
    Can you tell me if their is a link to this video? Because I would like to see it, not that I am doubting you I just would like to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert18 View Post

    It's a cold rainy night, you are driving alone and you are lost. You stop the car, walk to the nearest house and ring the doorbell. A man answers the door and invites you in out of the rain. As you are about to step into the house, the man gives you a nice smile and you realize he is John Ramsey.

    Do you go in?

    What if you can smell freshly brewed coffee and over his shoulder you see a pound cake that has just been removed from the oven... does this change your answer?
    I would never enter JR's house, because I believe him to be responsible for the death of his daughter. I think PR helped cover up and that she was an accessory to the crime, but I don't believe she 'did it' so to speak. My opinion is just that, and is subject to change (for instance, it may be that some of the evidence that convinces me JR is responsible is actually not accurate). But if the evidence I'm basing my theory on is correct, then I'd never enter JR's house. Ever.

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    No, I still wouldn't go in. He's creepy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dru View Post
    I would never enter JR's house, because I believe him to be responsible for the death of his daughter. I think PR helped cover up and that she was an accessory to the crime, but I don't believe she 'did it' so to speak. My opinion is just that, and is subject to change (for instance, it may be that some of the evidence that convinces me JR is responsible is actually not accurate). But if the evidence I'm basing my theory on is correct, then I'd never enter JR's house. Ever.
    It's funny you should say that because I just posted on another thread that I've often wondered why more people don't suspect John as being the more likely murderer if it was indeed one of the parents. Given that any evidence implicating either or both John and Patsy is roughly equal, why do people automatically jump to the conclusion that it must have been Patsy?

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    Just a guess, but maybe because she seemed the more unstable of the two? Her spaced -out TV appearences may also be a factor. JR LOOKS guilty, but maybe PR ACTS guilty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovebites View Post
    It's funny you should say that because I just posted on another thread that I've often wondered why more people don't suspect John as being the more likely murderer if it was indeed one of the parents. Given that any evidence implicating either or both John and Patsy is roughly equal, why do people automatically jump to the conclusion that it must have been Patsy?
    I believe those people are like me, they believe in the toilet rage theory. And Patsy would have been the one to get up in the night to help with that situation. Goodness knows, MY husband would NEVER get up with one of my kids, if they had of wet the bed....which they did, but it was ME that got up and changed the sheets, etc.
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