Rain on my Parade, Burke Ramsey 1998 Interview with Detective Dan Schuler, Excerpt So JonBenet slept in Burke's bedroom on Christmas Eve. National Enquirer - Excerpt Bonita Papers on Burke Ramsey's Interview with Dr. Suzanne Bernard,Excerpt Yeah, reminds me of What did you find. As Kolar remarks BR does not mention JonBenet being strangled and that the head injury was first mentioned publicly by Daily Camera Jan 1997, so was Burke an avid newspaper reader, I doubt it. Burke tells us he was asleep all night and never heard anything unusual. His parents say they did not discuss the case with him, and he was whisked away to the Fernie's house early that morning. So how can Burke realistically claim to know what happened? Burke Ramsey could not have seen JonBenet in the basement as her staged appearance is that of a strangled homicide victim, Burke claims she had a head injury. Yet JonBenet's head injury was invisible until Coroner Meyer peeled back JonBenet's scalp, during the autopsy, to reveal an extensive fracture. So did he walk into her bedroom when Patsy or John was staging JonBenet on her bed? Well probably not as the bedroom doors had internal snib locks. Even if he did interrupt the staging, how would he know JonBenet died as the result of being whacked on the head, even the Coroner did not anticipate it! Which surely must mean Burke Ramsey does know JonBenet had sustained Blunt Force Trauma, why, because he landed the blow? Anyone familiar with neurology and Availability Bias, usually means if you see something associated with an object, say a large number, e.g. 90% and someone asks you a question about the object then you will use the 90% figure as a clue in your answer. Similar principle arises when you might think about a sequence of events, e.g. a homicide, you tend to remember the last event, same with taking an action the action you take is the one upper most in your mind or presently available? This is what I think took place with Burke Ramsey during the Dr. Bernhard interview, he remembers the last thing he did? All speculation of course, so Lin Wood knows not to litigate as its hypothetical theory. A book might be beyond my abilities. What could be said that has not already been in print, have you seen the size of the major JonBenet sites? I've had emails from journalists posing similar questions, along with an invite to a private anonymous whatsapp JonBenet forum. I declined that one, its sounded too creepy. MO, for what its worth, is that a book, ebook, or podcast is not quite the right medium in todays networked world for publishing a crime-case, something alike a web-app which would allow the user to navigate easily through all the lines of investigation, evidence and images, i.e. be interactive, whilst still being able to read it as a linear ebook seems more appropriate? I agree with you on 3. as they would have rushed JonBenet straight to hospital, i.e. accidental death can be ruled out. On 2. this is similar to 3. with urine added, so while not impossible, it appears improbable. 1. Is where I usually end up. Add in the forensic evidence relating to JonBenet's internal injuries and it becomes difficult not to see the case any other way? Kolar's footnote about the unindicted minor does bias me towards BDI, but I'm aware JDI is also a possibilty given JR's unconsummated relationship with Patsy, according to LHP? .