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    Flight755 15th Street project

    Hi, I don't get to post here on Websleuths very often but wanted to introduce my new project to you.

    "Flight755 15th Street, Passengers in the Vortex"
    http://www.acandyrose.com/s-Flight755-15thStreet.htm

    This is a work in progress and will probably remain that for some time as I am still finding information or tidbits to add to various pages. Because my web site has always been primarily covering the Internet subculture following this case thus I have included on some pages, selected postings found that contain research or tidbits of information, occasionally some humor, on a
    subject page from various individuals on the Internet over the last ten years.

    On the main page link above I have disabled links I am still working on but there are more than ample links remaining to check out in the meantime. :-)

    The only other page on this new project that has links in a serious work in progress at this time are the evidence links, also titled under "Evidence" or "baggage check." On that page, the links in RED are still being worked on. The links in WHITE are complete until I find more material per subject.

    I have also added my own little bit of parody here and there to lighten up the mood. Hope you enjoy :-)
    I respectfully ask not to be called "candy" or "rose" as my screen name is ACandyRose (aka ACR)
    Remember, when telling a secret, that your best friend may have a best friend who is not your best friend.

    Erica Lynn Parsons Missing Timeline (Salisbury, NC)
    http://www.acandyrose.com/erica_parsons_timeline.htm

    Drew Peterson Trial 07/31/12 (Will he get a 2nd Trial?)
    http://www.acandyrose.com/drew_peterson_names.htm
    Casey Anthony's 31 Days Timeline Archive
    http://www.acandyrose.com/casey_anthony_31days.htm
    JonBenet Ramsey Case History Archive
    http://www.acandyrose.com/s-Flight755-15thStreet.htm

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    Thank you ACandyRose...looks like a great site.

    I was reading the Patricia Letters and came upon one e-mail to Cheesy where "Patricia" says she is in possession of a letter describing Patsy's bout with cancer. Patsy talks of meeting a nurse who looks like Beth and coincidently is named Bethany.

    http://jbr_subculture.tripod.com//05...syGsquared.txt

    I could have sworn I read about that incident somewhere else but for the life of me I can't find the source. I know it is not in DOI because I read through the entire book.

    I just feel if that is a real letter from Patsy, then my belief is that the letter was sent to JammySue.
    ...We have said to ourselves, look, there is never going to be a victory in this, there is no victory...John Ramsey: 6/24/98

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    Toltec,

    Thank you and you're welcome. I hope the reorganization of found materials on various subjects, items, evidence, etc., along with the way I have arranged it on the various pages will help the Internet posters locate information easier on the case. :-)

    On the Patricia letters, in my opinion there is no doubt in my mind that whoever wrote the letters or assisted in providing information was very close to Patsy Ramsey and used the letters as a major PR stunt to cast doubt during the Grand Jury process.

    You wrote:
    "I was reading the Patricia Letters and came upon one e-mail to Cheesy where "Patricia" says she is in possession of a letter describing Patsy's bout with cancer. Patsy talks of meeting a nurse who looks like Beth and coincidently is named Bethany. "

    I will have to look around and see if I have any reference to this.
    I respectfully ask not to be called "candy" or "rose" as my screen name is ACandyRose (aka ACR)
    Remember, when telling a secret, that your best friend may have a best friend who is not your best friend.

    Erica Lynn Parsons Missing Timeline (Salisbury, NC)
    http://www.acandyrose.com/erica_parsons_timeline.htm

    Drew Peterson Trial 07/31/12 (Will he get a 2nd Trial?)
    http://www.acandyrose.com/drew_peterson_names.htm
    Casey Anthony's 31 Days Timeline Archive
    http://www.acandyrose.com/casey_anthony_31days.htm
    JonBenet Ramsey Case History Archive
    http://www.acandyrose.com/s-Flight755-15thStreet.htm

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    SO Glad to See You're Still Interested, CandyRose!

    It's so good to see you here, and know you're still working on the case. Your sites have been invaluable.

    You must be very busy but don't forget to just have a look at the thread about the magic harp with dead childrens' names, a place SAVED for JonBenet's name, according to Newsweek columnist Daniel Glick as told to Jeff Shapiro, title something about Boulder's pagan population, though the murder may have had nothing to do with any particular religion, a mixture. Someone manipulative like Charles Manson, who may have approached and been rejected as a nut by JR in the Philippines, wealthier than Manson and a jet-setter under some kind of cover, maybe taking advantage of pagans' tendency to rituals. We haven't been able to find out anything about the other dead children on the harp, two of them murdered. Know McReynolds has passed on. At another forum, CTV-CrimeLibrary JBR, a link is given to some archived Jameson discussions.

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    ACandyRose- I love it! I especially like the way it's organized.

    I've got to tell you how much I appreciate your hard work keeping all of this information available and accessible. Whenever I need to know something about this case- your site is the place to go. Thanks, and keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACandyRose View Post
    Hi, I don't get to post here on Websleuths very often but wanted to introduce my new project to you.

    "Flight755 15th Street, Passengers in the Vortex"
    http://www.acandyrose.com/s-Flight755-15thStreet.htm

    This is a work in progress and will probably remain that for some time as I am still finding information or tidbits to add to various pages. Because my web site has always been primarily covering the Internet subculture following this case thus I have included on some pages, selected postings found that contain research or tidbits of information, occasionally some humor, on a
    subject page from various individuals on the Internet over the last ten years.

    On the main page link above I have disabled links I am still working on but there are more than ample links remaining to check out in the meantime. :-)

    The only other page on this new project that has links in a serious work in progress at this time are the evidence links, also titled under "Evidence" or "baggage check." On that page, the links in RED are still being worked on. The links in WHITE are complete until I find more material per subject.

    I have also added my own little bit of parody here and there to lighten up the mood. Hope you enjoy :-)
    Thank you.

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    An Honor to Hear From CandyRose

    Thanks for the link, and we're honored to hear from you.

    I didn't know about the bomb threat. Wording does sound a bit like the ransom note.

    Under McReynolds, it'd be nice if there was a picture of the harp, and something about how the other children on it died, which info will probably never be available once Janet McReynolds is gone. I'm sure you remember that columnist Daniel Glick, of Newsweek I believe, told Jeff Shapiro that he was told a place for JonBenet had been SAVED on the harp. Glick never corrected Shapiro's statement that we know of so it should be reliable. Not that I have any right to give you more work. We all really appreciate your capability and all you've already contributed. Thanks again.

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    You know, that was such a weird way to put it - a place "saved" for JBR. McSanta was obviously much closer to passing away than she was...saving a place for her would assume he'd still be alive after she had died, meaning she'd have to die as a young child. As creepy as it is, I could understand it if she was known to have a serious illness, which she did not.
    The irony- he WAS still alive when she died, wasn't he?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    You know, that was such a weird way to put it - a place "saved" for JBR. McSanta was obviously much closer to passing away than she was...saving a place for her would assume he'd still be alive after she had died, meaning she'd have to die as a young child. As creepy as it is, I could understand it if she was known to have a serious illness, which she did not.
    The irony- he WAS still alive when she died, wasn't he?
    Precisely. Glick being a professional journalist with a well-known paper probably did NOT misquote him, as Janet would probably claim, right, gang?

    It's an extremely odd thing to say, without any shame as if he assumed it'd sound normal to everybody, as if that's the kind of people he normally associated with. Or was he sort of out of his mind or something? Either way, weird to say the least. And one or was it two of their sons had been in trouble with the law?

    Editing to ask does it sound like JonBenet, and the other kids, may have been on some kind of list?

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    Their son Jesse had been in trouble with the law. He earned himself a kidnapping charge when he moved a store clerk from point A to point B during a botched hold-up.

    ST, page 113

    "Analysis proved that Santa Bill didn't write the ransom note, and he was much too frail to have made a midnight run from Rollinsville, done a Spiderman entry of the Ramsey home, awakened his victim, fed her pineapple, and then killed her, all the while fearless of being discovered and without leaving behind a shred of evidence.

    Additional information he shared with us at the interview, which we were later able to confirm, further eliminated him. We investigated the hell out of this man. He didn't do it."

    Again, Thomas knows something that he is not sharing with the audience reading his book...but I have every confidence that Thomas did the investigative work and knows for a fact that no one named McReynolds killed JonBenet. He goes on to discuss Jesse McReynolds, stating that Jesse cooperated in every way with LE and was in no way connected to the murder.


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    I'd like to know if Glick interviewed McReynolds before or after JonBenet was murdered.

    If after, then use of the word "saving', imo, means that there is room for another name and that spot is going to have JB's name there, so it is "saved" for her. Innocuous.

    If before, then yes, that's creepy and weird, but does not make him the murderer. You have to place him in the house that night first, and no one can. If he wasn't there, he didn't kill JonBenet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuisanceposter View Post
    I'd like to know if Glick interviewed McReynolds before or after JonBenet was murdered.

    If after, then use of the word "saving', imo, means that there is room for another name and that spot is going to have JB's name there, so it is "saved" for her. Innocuous.

    If before, then yes, that's creepy and weird, but does not make him the murderer. You have to place him in the house that night first, and no one can. If he wasn't there, he didn't kill JonBenet.
    No he didn't. And according to his wife, it crushed him that people suspected him in JB's murder, because he loved her like she was his own. That poor man probably died of a broken heart....
    Last edited by Ames; 05-05-2007 at 04:53 PM.
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    Thanks for Info and Source

    [QUOTE=Nuisanceposter;1472620]Their son Jesse had been in trouble with the law. He earned himself a kidnapping charge when he moved a store clerk from point A to point B during a botched hold-up.................

    ST, page 113....................

    .... We investigated the hell out of this man. He didn't do it." [QUOTE]

    ST said that? I'll try to remember to look in my paperback, p 113, later today. Have a lot planned. You did mean paperback, right? That's what I buy, so for one thing I can make notes in it w/out feeling guilty re cost.

    Obviously I'm keeping an open mind, always say nobody was acting alone, never have accused McReynolds, but it's an insult to our intelligence when anyone goes so far overboard as to say he died of a broken heart. That's just too subjective, nothing whatever to base it on. So all those who counter that he may have died of guilt sort of balance that out. (NP never said he died of a broken heart, right? Just killing to birds or posts with one stone to save some space and save some hunting for the right place.)

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    [quote=Eagle1;1473966][quote=Nuisanceposter;1472620]Their son Jesse had been in trouble with the law. He earned himself a kidnapping charge when he moved a store clerk from point A to point B during a botched hold-up.................

    ST, page 113....................

    .... We investigated the hell out of this man. He didn't do it."

    ST said that? I'll try to remember to look in my paperback, p 113, later today. Have a lot planned. You did mean paperback, right? That's what I buy, so for one thing I can make notes in it w/out feeling guilty re cost.

    Obviously I'm keeping an open mind, always say nobody was acting alone, never have accused McReynolds, but it's an insult to our intelligence when anyone goes so far overboard as to say he died of a broken heart. That's just too subjective, nothing whatever to base it on. So all those who counter that he may have died of guilt sort of balance that out. (NP never said he died of a broken heart, right? Just killing to birds or posts with one stone to save some space and save some hunting for the right place.)


    NOPE....that would me ME. I said that he PROBABLY died of a broken heart. Whats wrong with THAT?
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    Look, it's one thing to keep an open mind, but not so opem that my brains fall out.
    I'm as mad as HELL and I'm NOT gonna take it anymore!.

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