I am trying to remember what book this is from. Ive read alot of books on the JonBenet case and as I read them I always take notes of different things that stand out in the case. Yesterday i was looking through my notes and found a page from years ago that stood out to me. At the top it said: Page 198 (In the fall of another year, Judith had dropped by Patsy's house at 7:30 one morning to measure a wall for several of Judith's photographs, which Patsy intended to hang. She had walked a few blocks from the house and although the weather was cool John Ramsey asked Judith if he could drop her off at home on his way to take JonBenet to school. Judith accepted John's offer, he was driving a small Jeep which had only 2 doors and a tiny back seat. Assuming JonBenet would get in the back, Judith waited on her but JonBenet had no intention of sitting anywhere but upfront next to her father. Judith couldnt believe what she was seeing. She stood and stared at John and JonBenet for a moment. Neither of them moved, they just sat there looking at the waiting woman. Until this day Judith has never forgotten how she had to squeeze pass JonBenet to get in the small back seat) My question is: What book is this from? And did this really happen? If it did, John being the adult or rather ANY adult would have told their child to get in the back seat right away so the other adult could sit up front. That had to be embarrasing for Judith to stand there and watch a child look at her as if she were the child that belonged in the back seat.