Note to Readers: I made a note a while back to review this post, as when I first did it I made the mistake of comparing photos of a child to determine if more than one had been used to play the part of “JonBenét Ramsey.” That was a pointless enterprise, as 1) we do not even know if such a child even existed, and 2) messing with photos of children is wasted time, as they change rapidly and we cannot predict what they will look like as adults.
Below you will find but one photo of “JonBenét”, but enough other information in order to judge for yourself that the event was an elaborate hoax. There’s another similar event in Europe, the disappearance of “Madeleine McCann,” that bears close scrutiny as well. It is similar to “JonBenét” in that both police and parents seem indifferent. I conclude at the end here that I was going to take a look at that matter, but never did. Maybe someone else wants a shot at it.
I just re-read what I wrote back then, and do not change a word. There was no murder, no child, no pedophile ring, no investigation. It was all a TV show.
The Fake Murder of JonBenét Ramsey
One of the most sensational murder cases of last century concerned six-year old girl JonBenét Ramsey, found dead in the family basement in Boulder, Colorado on December 25th, 1996. Coming as it did on the heels of the OJ Simpson trial, it served to capture the public’s attention for several years. Just last week (originally written 11/2016) a local station was revisiting the crime here in the Denver radio market.
Prior to analysis of the details of the case, I want to discuss a book and a man that I have come to believe is a disinformation agent. His name is Dave McGowan, author of Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon, which chronicled over seventy deaths of rock stars and actors in Los Angeles in the 1960s and later.
That is the book that started Straight and I on our hunt for Zombies. I knew all those people could not have died. Even war zones have lower death rates. Something else was up. McGowan did not suspect any fakery going on except, perhaps, in the case of Jim Morrison. So I began to suspect that something was up with Dave McGowan.
What McGowan did in that book is called “misdirection,” getting us to “look here, not there.” People were beginning to assemble clues about the Los Angeles music scene of the 60s and 70s, especially the military and intelligence family background of so many famous actors and musicians of that era, people like the Fonda’s, John Phillips, Frank Zappa, Joan Baez and on and on. The cloud of deceit was lifting. McGowan was, in my view, assigned the task of leading the opposition (“misleading” is a better term.) In classic “limited hangout” style, McGowan let us in on enough information to make us think he had thoroughly investigated matters. But he left out essential details – fake deaths one of them.
McGowan, by his own admission, did not interview one person for his book. He failed to check the Social Security Death Index (SSDI), very basic research that Straight and I did for ourselves. Yet the book is heralded as a breakthrough. It covered up far more than it revealed. That was surely its purpose.
McGowan died on November 22, 2015 (11+22=33, spook marker), or so we are told. I suspect he faked his death. After all, his assignment was over.
JonBenét figures in here because McGowan also wrote the 2004 book Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder, in which he recounts stories of our country’s most famous serial killers. I read it years ago. As with Laurel Canyon, McGowan uncritically treats each one as real. He never doubts the official stories. The book left me with a sense of horror at the evil that people do to one another. That was the Intel objective – to scare us, make us distrust one another, lock our doors, stay inside after dark. Frightened people are easier to govern.
Chapter 20 of that book is about JonBenét. Here are some inconsistencies that McGowan uncovers in his description of the JonBenét Ramsey murder:
- Quoting from the book, “For reasons that have never been adequately explained, the investigation was compromised from the very beginning. Officers inexplicably failed to secure the crime scene … no effort was made to prevent contamination of any potential evidence. Detectives did not arrive on the scene until 8:10 AM, over two hours after the first patrol officers arrived. Around 10:00 AM, detectives allowed John Ramsey to leave the house unescorted for over an hour.”
- JonBenét’s parents, Patsy and John, were never separated for questioning.
- Ann Louise Bardach, writing in Vanity Fair, quotes an anonymous officer who claimed that John Ramsey carried the body upstairs but never cried. Neither he nor Patsy ever attempted to console one another.
- Biological materials in the case were examined by Cellmark Diagnostics in Germantown, Maryland.
- No DNA evidence has ever been produced in the case.
- Gregg McCrary, a former FBI profiler, was asked to join in the investigation, but declined saying that it looked like a “staged domestic homicide.”
- While some members of the Boulder Police Department did attempt a real investigation, their efforts were impeded by the Boulder County District Attorney, the Denver Police Department, and the FBI.
- James Michael Thompson, who worked for a private company that specialized in transporting corpses, stole two pages from the morgue book at Boulder Community Hospital, the pages that had recorded the arrival of JonBenét’s body four months earlier.
- A witness from California, Mary Bienkowski, intervened and offered evidence about a pedophile ring operating in the Boulder area. She claimed this ring had direct links to the Ramsey family.
McGowan wrings his hands over all of this – what does it mean? As with Laurel Canyon, he fails to ask the right question: Was there a murder?
- If there was no murder, if it was a staged event, and if the upper echelons of Boulder Police and the Boulder County Coroner knew about it in advance, then police response would be slow, even indifferent. No one would particularly care about the behaviors of John Ramsey.
- John and Patsy would only be given cursory treatment, as it was understood they did not commit a murder that did not happen.
- If the event was staged, then descriptions of the scene inside the house would have to be anonymous, as they are fake too. Ann Louise Bardach, writing in Vanity Fair, was part of the scam, doing misdirection.
- Cellmark Diagnostics of Germantown, Maryland, is a CIA-connected outfit, and not coincidentally was also used in the OJ Simpson trial, also highly suspicious.
- No DNA evidence is available because there was no crime scene or body. (Absence of DNA evidence is probably hiding something else – traceable parentage?)
- Gregg McCrary used the word “staged.” He appears to have been an honest man, and so wanted no part of a farce.
- In a staged event, the people at the top of the District Attorney’s Office, Denver Police and FBI will naturally want to impede the activities of honest police officers and detectives trying to do a real investigation.
- James Michael Thompson, then, did not steal evidence of JonBenét’s body arriving at the morgue, but rather evidence that her body did not arrive that day. That’s why he was dispatched to commit that crime.
- Mary Bienkowski, then, a convenient witness, is part of the scam and is doing misdirection. She wants to deflect from absence of a crime, and so turns our attention to pedophilia. The news media ran with that theme, and is echoing it to this day.
It all smacks of Intelligence running a psyop on us. In this scenario there would be no investigation because there was no crime. McGowan insinuates that there are pedophilia rings operating about us. Again with the division and fear! The existence of pedophilia “rings” is but another psyop. Pedophiles indeed are among us. They are a herd of isolated cats however, and so do not form movements, groups, or clusters. They operate alone, usually focused on family members, only rarely outsiders.
There are a couple of hundred photos of JonBenét Ramsey on the Internet. Most were taken in her final two years before going underground, and so involve kiddie beauty contests, creepy enterprises that were highlighted in the movie Little Miss Sunshine. McGowan describes the industry as “cater[ing] primarily to the pedophilic tendencies of the adults,” and I agree. Studying these photos has been a creepy exercise.
The girl is five or six years of age in the images. Beauty pageant photos are heavily augmented, and that these kids are asked to wear contact lenses and lipstick and assume adult poses, some sexually suggestive. I am the father of daughters. It has been a difficult task in all aspects. It appears to me to be child abuse.
JonBenét would be in her late twenties now, and the photos, though creepy in their attempt to sexualize a little girl, are indeed a real little girl. She is someone else now, perhaps famous, perhaps not. She might be a Fox News Anchor, a movie star or a singer, or perhaps one of scores of beautiful women who play “meteorologists” on local TV or “analysts” on NFL sidelines. Who knows what else, perhaps she has led a normal life away from the spotlight. We have only childhood photos, and are not able to conjure up an image of the JonBenét of today. The skull and face are not fully formed until age 20, and predicting at age six what they might look like is nothing more than a wild-ass guess.
But she is probably alive. The psyop done in her name (as if it were even her real name) is carried on to this day. It serves a completely different purpose.
In that vein, I see another psyop that is almost identical in its use of an innocent young girl and seemingly indifferent police and parents … Madeleine McCann. That will be the next stop on this journey.