In PMPT there is a bit where Singular throws up the idea that JB was taken for a photography session on Christmas night, with the knowledge probably of only one of the Rams. She was taken for photos; but she was brought back to the house as a corpse. I suppose this relates to Randy Simons, but not necessarily... the photographer could have been anyone (Santa?) So my question is, could someone elaborate on such a theory (i.e. the broad idea that JB had a night-time photo shoot scheduled, but was dropped home dead?) For some reason, parts of this "theory-skeleton" ring a bell with me. It certainly explains the (***reported!!! PMPT is reportedly untrustworthy) statement of Patsy to the effect of "we didn't mean for THIS to happen" (and J's (****reported!!!!!!**) "i'm so sorry" lines. That may be all it explains though Does anyone subscribe to such a "photoshoot gone wrong" theory? And what would have been the motivation for the Rams to cover it up? Why wouldn't they have tackled the bloke who did it and called the cops? EDIT - I was just reading that Singluar interview with the Australian guy (who incidentally seems biased don't you think against a RDI possibility?) Anyway Singular answered some of the questions like this: "Q: In February this year, a Californian woman came forward and, through her counselor, advised the Boulder police that she had previously been molested at the hands of a pedophile ring that she thought was also responsible for the murder of JonBenet Ramsey. How significant was her evidence and do you think Alex Hunter and the BPD treated it seriously? [.......] For the Ramseys, or one Ramsey, there appeared to be a worse scenario than having both Patsy and their young son Burke being publicly accused, for the past three years, of killing JonBenet. That scenario had to do with making their daughter the victim of a child sex ring in Boulder. Why was this more threatening than having your family members accused of the most terrible thing a person can do? Q: Can you suggest any scenarios that would explain why they would want to cover something like that up and allow themselves to be implicated in their daughters murder in the process? Both parents, as I've suggested, are not involved in the same things, so the cover-up then becomes broader than merely hiding things from the police. And once certain actions were taken on the night of the murder, taken in a moment of absolute panic, they could not be undone. Also, the Ramseys have never been legally implicated in the murder of their daughter. They've only been accused of this by the media and others. So the plan, at least to date, has worked. They are not in jail and not likely to be charged with the crime soon. It is better, isn't it, to be thought a bad person by much of the world, than to face the worst accusations from the people closest to you? So silence prevails."