It's all about a personal experience of the irrational side of human behavior known as the unconscious and the difficulties people have in relating to it as we struggle for maturity and consciousness. Studying dreams is probably the easiest and safest way to experience the unconscious. Participating in the creative process is a little more difficult and risky. Noting the spontaneous creativity of children and studying the products of their semi consciousness is very informative and then seeing the grand products of infantile retentive adults like Blake and Joyce along with their social disfunction is a good example of extreme positive and negative aspects of living closely with the unconscious. Studying serial killers is a good way to see people who are socially adapted to the point of being innocuous in their public life and terribly destructive in their private life. The point is the irrational behavior is not just a lack of rationality but it has a form and process and autonomous nature all it's own. A person can fall into it or can be over taken by it with tremendous positive or negative results. This is relevant to the Ramsey case in that there is form to what many people see as something that was based on an accident and the same form is to be found in the life of Patsy Paugh Ramsey well before the famous event.