Thank you ZoriahNZ for the screen caps. The photo in #17 shows the cellar door knob. I had read about the door handle in the interviews, and was surprised to read in PW's book there wasn't a door handle, only a plate covering the hole. Here is an excerpt from :Woodward, Paula. We Have Your Daughter: The Unsolved Murder of JonBenét Ramsey Twenty Years Later: (snip) The door to the storage room was about five feet into the boiler room and in direct line of sight of the staircase. The old door had no handle. It was painted bright white, and a black metal plate covered the space where a handle would otherwise have been located. The door led to a room that had been used to dump and store coal from the main floor when the home was originally built in 1927. The Ramsey family used the room as a space to store Christmas decorations and presents as well as window screens and other construction paraphernalia. At the top of the door, a makeshift block of wood was held in place by a screw. A latch that hung straight down from the block of wood kept the door closed when it was...(snip) Woodward, Paula. We Have Your Daughter: The Unsolved Murder of JonBenét Ramsey Twenty Years Later But there is a door knob, as shown in the screen cap - I wondered about JB possibly hitting her head on the knob, or falling onto it in a scuffle, or even dropped on it, it was so dark down there. I believe she was 47 inches tall, and a door knob would be around 36 inches from the floor, would you say?