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Colorado pastor under investigation by FBI monitoring JonBenet Ramsey DNA situation

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on June 22, 2017, 8:37 A.M. CST

Bob Enyart, the author of ‘The Clue That Breaks The Case’ has updated his  215 more words

Casting JonBenét (2017)

Watching​ the highly stylized, editorial-free documentaries The Act of Killing & Room 237 a few years ago felt like witnessing the dawn if a new era in the medium. 1,130 more words

Brandon Ledet

Casting JonBenet: The Advantages of Bias

Casting JonBenet (Dir. Kitty Green), the highly anticipated meta-documentary released as a Netflix-exclusive film about the 1996 murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey was met with mixed reactions- mostly because the idea of making a film about the actual brutal murder of an actual child didn’t sit well with many people. 601 more words


Who Killed JonBenet Ramsey?

I want to start a little “series” of unsolved cases and mysteries.

I do want to put out a disclaimer that this does have sensitive information and is in no way to disrespect the family or anyone in connection with the Ramsey family. 776 more words


Generation M: The Unexplainable Love of True Crime.

Every day I learn about murders, all types of murders, serial murders, revenge murders, family murders, murders of passion and every now and then something a little more light hearted, like clown murders. 1,161 more words

A new type of documentary - Casting JonBenet

Within the new Netflix documentary, “Casting JonBenet”, director and writer Kitty Green offers a creative, but haunting outlook on possibly one of the most high profile child murder/mystery cases of all time, the saddening death of JonBenet Ramsey. 611 more words

True Crime

'Casting JonBenet' Review

Netflix’s Casting JonBenet is a less a true crime documentary and more an examination of true crime obsessions and true crime documentaries themselves.

Doing exactly what it says on the tin, Casting JonBenet follows the casting process for one of the dramatic reconstructions you often see in a true crime documentary.   448 more words