I watched "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town" on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8Dg8E2lC84 and to me it just seems like The Ramsey Family was too perfect. John and Patsy had the perfect marriage and JonBenet got along perfect with Burke. There is no way a family can be that perfect, have perfect kids and a perfect life. Families fight, argue and get into it every once in a while. People made JonBenet out to be this perfect child and Patsy made herself out to be this perfect mother with perfect children and husband. A woman stated that Patsy's family were "The meanest people I have ever met." With every family there is another side of the story, what bothers me is if the Ramsey family, who get along well with each other have problems, why is it that they never talked to one another about it? Why is it that when they had a problem they confided there problems to some else. (Patsy Ramsey " We feel that there are at least two people on the face of the earth that know who did this and that is the killer and someone else that person may have confided in." ) Let me go down the list: JonBenet: Instead of talking to her father talked to the Gardener about how much she missed her dad when he was away The book Perfect Murder, Perfect Town JonBenet said "I really miss him, I wish he were around more" "Where does he go?" the Gardener ask JonBenet " I don't know, but sometimes he goes away for a long time..." The Gardener: She started to cry, tear rolling down her cheeks. I didn't know what to say-didn't know enough about the situation, didn't want to intrude or play counsel. It wasn't my place. Vanity Fair Issue: JonBenet's former nanny recalls otherwise: "She would say to me, 'I don't want to walk down the runway. It scares me.' She liked to perform but didn't want to have to compete." Why would she talk to her nanny about this situation instead of her mother? Weren't JonBenet and Patsy "Best Friends"? The nanny also notice that JonBenet hair went from brown to platinum blond. "I said to her, 'So who's dying your hair, JonBenet?' She was all goshed. 'You're not supposed to say anything about that.' I said 'O.K., it will be our little secret.' " Patsy: She talked to Linda the Housekeeper about her sexual problems between her and John and how she "hated giving John oral sex" Isn't that a little too private to be disgusing with your housekeeper? Some people who know Patsy thought she was bossy, pushy,aggressive and a show off when it came to getting something done. She was spending John's money like it was water Jane Stobie said "We saw the bill for this luncheon in Atlanta that Patsy had arranged, organized around the theme of Gone With The Wind, with actors playing Scarlett and Rhett, and it was over $30,000 -maybe $33,000." John: He was quite "But John could really get angry. I saw this on a few occasions involving business. Shouting and threatening. His eyes bulging like you cannot believe. It seemed like Jekyll and Hyde." Jim Marino said "The only time I ever saw John really lose his temper was about Patsy and money," says Marino. "He would throw the credit cards on his desk and say, 'She's gonna spend every last penny I make.' " When Patsy had her cancer John was not even there for her Judith Phillips was distressed to learn that her very ill friend was flying back and forth across the country by herself, "sick as a dog, vomiting...Where the hell was John?" Behind every perfect family there is an untold story.