I read his book right after it first came out, but I never took it very seriously. But it may be time for a second read through and give it more serious consideration. Here's a link to an interesting interview with him from two years ago. http://www.crime-research.org/interviews/484 It's interesting that he says, "According to John Douglas, the ex-FBI profiler who examined the Ramseys briefly after the murder and concluded they were not child killers, only one parent knew that John Ramsey had recently received a $118,000 bonus and that parent was the father." If this is true, then Patsy could not possibly have been the writer of the note. But that still leaves John... with or without an 'intruder' accomplice. That poor child. What she went through that night. I don't believe in a head bashing by an enraged Patsy over bedwetting, and I never have. But she put her child (who at 4 years of age described herself as sexy) in a great deal of danger. Of that she is guilty, and she paid the ultimate price. "They killed my baby." -- Patsy Ramsey, December 26, 1996.