Christmas marks 20 years since JonBenét Ramsey was brutally murdered in her own home — and to this day, it remains a mystery as to who did it — but some of the clues left behind at the crime scene could provide hints into what happened on that winter day in 1996.
For instance, the 911 call placed by her mother, Patsy, could provide insight into the pageant queen’s cause of death.
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At the time of the call, the operator apparently didn’t disconnect after Patsy demanded that the police “hurry, hurry, hurry” — and the operator is “positive” three voices can be heard on the line.
Analyses of enhanced versions of the recording have only deepened the mystery. One expert says then-nine-year-old Burke — whom the Ramseys have always maintained was in his room at this time — can be heard asking “Please, what do I do?” after which John responds, “We’re not speaking to you,” and Burke says, “What did you find?”
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Other experts say Burke’s voice is definitely not on the tape. In an analysis done in August, specialist Paul Ginsberg of Professional Audio Labs in New Jersey told In Touch, “I hear a woman I believe to be Patsy say, ‘Baby, what did you do? What did you do?’”
Burke was never a suspect in the murder of his sister.
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