Conversations With Dead People: A Medium’s Session With JonBenet Ramsey (Part 1)

The following is purely speculation and in no way should be considered concrete facts unless future evidence proves otherwise.
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JonBenet Ramsey is a case that fascinated me from the time I was a child — most likely because I was a child when she died. I remember seeing her face on every tabloid, hearing about her on television. I didn’t really grasp the meaning of her death until I was older but even then it felt fleeting, like I got it but I sort of didn’t.

However, she was often requested on both my Facebook pages as a subject of a conversation. I felt weird about it because she was so young, we’d never done a child before, so much of her family was still alive — but I sat with it until I felt in my heart yes, it was time. We could talk to her.

Amy agreed.

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