You are about to enter the Twilight Zone, or Outer Limits, take you pick.
According to the narrative, JonBenét Patricia Ramsey was an American child beauty queen who was killed at the age of six in her family’s home in Boulder, Colorado. Her father, John, found the girl’s body in the basement of their house about seven hours after she had been reported missing.
The autopsy report stated that JonBenét’s official cause of death was “asphyxia by strangulation associated with craniocerebral trauma”
But, there is no record of JonBenét’s body ever being received by the Boulder County Coroners Office. Two logbook pages recording the arrival of JonBenét Ramsey at the morgue went missing.
There are no digital admittance forms at the Boulder Co Coroner’s Office. Six months after JonBenét’s death, a man who called himself J.T. Colfax turned himself into police. He confessed to the theft, and for trying to burn down Ramsey’s now-vacant home.
Now the weird. The following images are AI-generated fakes, products of American GPU producer NVIDIA’s new work with generative adversarial networks (GANs). GANs were introduced to the public in 2014 by a Google Researcher. But when was this tech first developed?
The Ramsey Family moved to Boulder from Atlanta in 1991, soon after John Ramsey’s firm Access Graphics was acquired by Lockheed Martin.
What did Access Graphics do, exactly? And why move the entire business and family to Boulder when Lockheed already had a large footprint in GA?
“As I lay in bed, staring into the morning darkness, I couldn’t help but remember what a spark plug JonBenet always was to our family.” –John Ramsey, the Death of Innocence “She was our spark plug. She was the energy in our family.” –John Ramsey, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
In 2000, John and Patsy Ramsey told Larry King that they’d never received, or even seen, an official Death Certificate for their daughter? Three years later, and no Death Certificate? A certified Death Certificate is a major requirement:
There is no record of JonBenét Patricia Ramsey’s body being admitted to the Boulder County Coroners Office. Second, the Ramsey’s never saw or received an official Certificate of Death.
In an interview with Denver’s 9News John Ramsey stated JonBenet’s death had been “a near-mortal wound.” Near-mortal? Interesting, the spark plug reference: “She was the spark plug in our family and the loss of that presence was just crushing.”
The “Death of JonBenét Ramsey” was based on a carefully constructed, expertly executed illusion. The most famous illusion of our lifetime.
This is the first photo of JonBenét released to the public. Many more would follow. But this was the first. It was also the first digitally generated face we’d ever seen. JonBenét was a test.
Years later as the tech advanced, an attempt was made to “fix” some of the imperfections simulated facial images are known for.
Here is a side-by-side. If you’re thinking, well that’s just a different photo, you’re correct. It’s a completely different image. JonBenet 2.0.
This technology work is highly-advanced computing. Find out more about Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) here.
This story is dark and rich from the start. This is from PEOPLE’s original story on the murder JonBenét Ramsey, published in the Jan. 20, 1997 edition.
“A small Santa in a red-and-green sleigh sits under a giant evergreen tree by the driveway. Striped candy canes line the path to the front door. More ominously, the entire property is bordered by bright yellow crime-scene tape, like a package no one wanted to open.” Huh.
In Larry King Live Interview on CNN where John and Patsy revealed they’d never once seen or requested their daughter’s Death Certificate in the 3 years since JonBenet’s death. They also said there was no yellow crime scene tape around their home.
Where is her birth certificate? 23 years since her death, not one article, post, tweet, ever made mention of it? It does not seem to exist.
What about the child beauty pageants? Was Patsy Ramsey, former beauty queen from West Virginia, pushing JonBenet into the exploitative world of Child Pageantry?
Here is a comprehensive list of Pageant Titles JonBenét Ramsey, infamous child beauty queen is purported to have won: America’s Royale Miss Little Miss Charlevoix Little Miss Colorado CO State All-Star Kids Cover Girl National Tiny Miss Beauty.
From the Tiny Miss homepage: “Beauty Pageants for young ladies 6 months through 19 years of age (NOTE: age is day of the pageant)!” © Copyright Tiny Miss Pageants, 1997-2016.
Copyright 1997? Didn’t JonBenet Ramsey die in 1996? It’s not an actual pageant. No “title” can be “won” because it’s not an actual pageant, just a pageant preparation. A dress rehearsal. No pressure.
“Little Miss Colorado”? “Little Miss Colorado is a Christian based pageant system. We are not looking for an adult in a child’s body.”
The children look a little “off” in the same way JonBenet looks off when you observe too closely. Manufactured.
“Colorado State All-Star Kids Cover Girl” another one of JonBenet’s purported title wins. It doesn’t exist. Not in any form outside of the JonBenet Ramsey murder case. No other past winners, contestants or even pageants.
JonBenét’s first-ever Pageant title, crowned in the Summer of 95 in the rural, lakeside community of Charlevoix MI. A tiny bejeweled tiara sits askew atop JonBenét’s mop of blond hair. She’d be the first, last and only Little Miss Charlevoix.
A google search of “Little Miss Charlevoix” generates results, all of which are in direct reference to JonBenét’s Ramsey? Articles that either reference her murder, or reinforce her “excellence in Pageantry”.
According to CNN the 6-year-old took home first place for Little Miss Colorado, Little Miss Charlevoix, Colorado State All-Star Kids Cover Girl, America’s Royale Miss, National Tiny Miss Beauty, and the local Little Miss Christmas beauty pageant.
“In all the films that were lavished on JonBenet, it is hard to find one frame that captures her soul… the rest of us can only stare at her beautiful face, and wonder what she might have become.”
“We’re not looking for the little girl who is all made up in a frilly dress,” said Dolly Abbey of Traverse City, MI who was Exec. Director of the Little Miss Charlevoix pageant when JonBenet won in 1995.” Dolly, like her Pageant, has is a shadow.
Dolly Abbey, Executive Director of the first pageant JonBenet would ever win, must have been so traumatized by JBR’s death that she left the world of Child Pageantry, never to bestow another crown. In 1997, she incorporated “Abbey Dolly” a Child Care Service with a staff of one.
“America’s Royale Miss”, another of JonBenet’s supposed pageant victories, is another dead end. The only hint of the existence of JonBenet’s pageant history comes from an article in the Denver Post, “JonBenet Haunts Pageant”:
What about her schoolmates? Being described as a “ball of energy” and a “spark plug” — she would have many close friends that would miss and remember her?
This article was written by the same author, Isabelle Kohn, a purported friend of JonBenet Ramsey. “The Weirdest Kid I ever Met” by Isabelle Kohn. “She’s there, but she’s not.”
But was any of it real?
“John & Patsy Ramsey, on the day after Christmas, their 6-year-old daughter, JonBenet, a lovely child who had won the local Little Miss Christmas beauty pageant, was discovered dead in the basement of their home, with duct tape over her mouth and a cord twisted around her neck.”
Discovered by the very person who just 6 years prior, brought JonBenét Ramsey into the world. John Bennett Ramsey. American businessman, founder and former-president of billion-dollar company, Access Graphics.
And Patsy. Was she really a former Miss West Virginia of 1977?
“Patricia Ann Paugh was born Dec. 29, 1956, and raised in West Virginia. She was crowned Miss West Virginia, for the 1977 Miss America contest.” – from her LA Times obit.
“Pat Brown” won Miss West Virginia USA Circuit in 1977, not Miss West Virginia America Circuit. Wikipedia backs it up, but official records from “Miss West Virginia America Edition” don’t seem to exist. And the website listed on Wikipedia doesn’t exist.
Patsy Ramsey, at Miss America 1977.
This is the crowning ceremony of Miss America 1977 Dorothy Benham. The images look quite different in terms of coloring and photographic style for the late-1970’s. Something feels off in Patsy’s photo:
“Teresa Lynn Lucas of West Virginia” mentioned in an article about other winners of Miss West Virginia. However, Patsy would have competed for Miss America ’78, not ’77. And that’s where things get even murkier. There are no photos, no videos, no crowning ceremony, no digital documentation of the 1978 Miss America Pageant. But they exist for ’77 & ’79:
Miss America Crowning Ceremony 1977: https://youtube.com/watch?v=4RLwuN42P9E… Miss America Crowning Ceremony 1979: https://youtube.com/watch?v=9164F26iqYc… Miss America Crowning Ceremony 1980: https://youtube.com/watch?v=A28WEfgyEHk… So why does nothing seem to exist for the year Patricia Anne Paugh participated, 1978?
Why does JonBenét Ramsey’s official IMDB page appear to have been published on December 17, 1996, nine days before news of her tragic death?
The dad. Reaching the billion-dollar mark in 1996, and yet, it came quickly for John Ramsey’s company, Access Graphics, the firm he started in 1988 and then sold to Lockheed Martin Corp. in 1991.
On July 9, 2008, the Boulder County District Attorney’s office announced that, as a result of newly developed DNA sampling and testing techniques known as Touch DNA analysis, the Ramsey family members were no longer considered suspects in the case. In light of the new DNA evidence, Boulder County District Attorney Mary Lacy gave a letter to John Ramsey that same day, officially apologizing to the Ramsey family:
This new scientific evidence convinces us … to state that we do not consider your immediate family, including you, your wife, Patsy, and your son, Burke, to be under any suspicion in the commission of this crime….
The match of Male DNA on two separate items of clothing worn by the victim at the time of the murder makes it clear to us that an unknown male handled these items. There is no innocent explanation for its incriminating presence at three sites on these two different items of clothing that JonBenét was wearing at the time of her murder…. To the extent that we may have contributed in any way to the public perception that you might have been involved in this crime, I am deeply sorry. No innocent person should have to endure such an extensive trial in the court of public opinion, especially when public officials have not had sufficient evidence to initiate a trial in a court of law…. We intend in the future to treat you as the victims of this crime, with the sympathy due you because of the horrific loss you suffered….
I am aware that there will be those who will choose to continue to differ with our conclusion. But DNA is very often the most reliable forensic evidence we can hope to find and we rely on it often to bring to justice those who have committed crimes. I am very comfortable that our conclusion that this evidence has vindicated your family is based firmly on all of the evidence.
Something about Access Graphics doesn’t add up. The following evidence hints at Access Graphics being a CIA front involved in child pornography, satellite espionage, and/or the PROMIS software development:
- One early story in the tabloids (The Star, “JonBenet Dad Linked to Kiddie Porn Scandal”, 1997/04/29) claimed that child pornography had been found on Access Graphics computers. While anything printed in the tabloids should be taken with a grain of salt, it is worth noting that neither the Ramseys nor Lockheed Martin had any reaction to the story, in spite of the very disturbing allegations made against their company and the fact that the Ramseys would later sue the same tabloid over a Burke-did-it story (Boulder Daily Camera, “Ramseys sue Star on behalf of son”, 1999/12/01). Robert Sterling, noting the CIA’s historical involvement in the tabloid press, wrote “if anyone has a better explanation than that it was released by the Star to discredit the report, I’d like to hear it”. If the report is true, Access Graphics would appear to have some involvement in child pornography.
- As mentioned above, a key witness in the JonBenet case was Nancy Krebs. She claimed abuse at the hands of oilman Fleet White Sr., oilman Fleet White Jr. (John Ramsey’s best friend in Boulder, who hosted the Christmas party that the family attended right before JonBenet’s death), and “Uncle Johnny” who she identified as John Ramsey. Nancy specifically accused John of producing child pornography and setting up various front companies to launder the profits from it:
D. And in this letter I’m expressing my feelings about how he treated me
D. What he did with the money or whatever that was made from umm prostituting me in pornographic films and pictures
D. And it’s also saying what little that I know about the involvement that he had with my family and in a business sense
A Ok, so let’s take the last part first..so you knew John Ramsey and your mother and your father were in some sort of a business agreement
D No..no I am saying that some of the money that was made on some of the film that they did and prostituting of me and probably countless other people were funneled through business or things that John Ramsey would set up for them
JonBenét Patricia Ramsey
More on Access Graphic: From the Denver Post: Lockheed announces they are accelerating into NON-DEFENSE markets with the development of a 3D chip that will render richer, more life-like graphics, allowing for “real-time, three-dimensional graphics technology” for military & non-military uses.
Note: The law firm representing John Ramsey (but not Patsy) since Dec 1996, also represented Kobe Bryant in his rape case, and more recently, Ghislaine Maxwell, of Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex rings.
Access graphics did the computer systems placed in naval intelligence offices at the Pentagon. This is heart of military intelligence. Right exactly where the plane hit on 911.
As a note, if your remember when missing persons, mainly children were placed on milk cartons. Not a single child has ever been located via that method.
Did they ever exist?
The JonBenét Patricia Ramsey mystery leads us into the abyss of truth and lie. Did she ever exist? Who did the body found in the basement really belong to?
Does any of this really exist?