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Here's Everything We Thought While Watching 'The Case of: JonBenét Ramsey'
Georgia Hardstark is the co-host of the hit true crime/comedy podcast, My Favorite Murder, along with comedian Karen Kilgariff. As a longtime amateur crime sleuth, Georgia has always been fascinated with true crime stories and the people who work
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That said, I'm really looking forward to tonight's final episode. The foreign DNA on the underwear JonBenét was wearing has always been a sticking point with us Internet sleuths, and it looks like forensic scientist Henry Lee may finally give us an explanation. That, and the gloriousness of forensic pathologist Werner Spitz's haircut may just make this the most worthwhile in a long list of JonBenét documentaries. Here, some thoughts on part one of Of Dolls and Murder , you'll know that recreated crime scenes are very helpful in understanding the spatial logistics of a crime. At first, it might seem like a bit of a gimmick, but it's actually one of the biggest reasons why this docuseries is different from the rest. I'm excited about touring the replica of JonBenét's room on the second episode. The hours between when the 911 call was made by Patsy and the moment John found his daughter's body have always seemed like such a disorganized clusterfuck, and many identify that as the key reason the case may never be solved. A dissection of the actual timeline, as told by the people who lived it, helped shed some light on how weird that entire morning was, and just how suspicious John Ramsey's actions were before and after finding his daughter's body. Experts turned up some new details about the ransom letter. Damn, it was fun to watch the experts pick apart the ransom letter. Reading through it as an amateur, one can tell something is super-off, but having experts tell us why it's off is so neat. Handwriting and linguistic analysis has always been fascinating to me, and I could watch an entire series devoted to forensic linguistic profiler James Fitzgerald, who detailed the inconsistencies of the JonBenét ransom letter. His assertion that the letter was strangely long—76 percent of the letter was unnecessary—and that some of the letter's lines were seemingly pulled from movies were two details I was unaware of. At least one little boy will probably be traumatized... In order to show that a flashlight was potentially the murder weapon, the hosts asked a young boy to hit a fake skull with one. Did anyone else wonder how traumatized the boy must be. That part was such a gimmick, and a cringe-worthy one at that. That little dude is going to need lifelong therapy for that moment alone. True-crime fans know that a ton of cases are solved by friends, family, and ex-lovers who eventually spill the beans. We JonBenét junkies are convinced that friends of the family Fleet and Priscilla White could be the keys to the case. I'm hoping we'll find out in the second episode. I feel like if these pieces of evidence didn't exist, or if the experts could explain them, this case would be a lot closer to being closed:. There are what appear to be scratch marks on JonBenét's neck above the rope, suggesting that she was actually still conscious when she was strangled, which means it's much less likely that the parents staged the scene. The cause of some other marks on JonBenét hasn't been ascertained. They're explained as Taser marks by those who argue that an intruder was responsible for her death, and as toy train-track marks by those who insist that it was an inside job. " When are all the experts going to stop calling them "PANTIES" instead of "undergarments" or "underwear," or literally anything else that sounds less creepy than the word "panty". What was left out of this formerly three-part series. This was supposed to be a three-part series, but it was unexpectedly cut down to two parts. I really want to know what was either too hot, or too boring, for TV. Let's stop sensationalizing JonBenét herself. We've seen the beauty pageant photos that show a small girl with big hair being made up to look like a grown woman, but the candid photos of JonBenét are what make this case so heartbreaking to me. This was a little girl who deserves to have her... If you haven't seen photos of her being a normal kid, look them up. They change how the whole case feels. I know some might have already given up on this show as having an agenda, but I'm still excited about the second episode tonight. (Personally, I'm also raring to pitch a spin-off reality show featuring Henry Lee and Werner Spitz in an Odd Couple/Real World situation. ) Hosts Laura Richards and Jim Clemente seem genuinely interested in finding the truth and they're people of integrity, so I think we're in good hands.
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