Conversations With Dead People: A Medium’s Session With JonBenet Ramsey (Part 4)

The following is purely speculation and in no way should be considered concrete facts unless future evidence proves otherwise.

I hear the buzz of Amy receiving my email and I wait patiently.

Amy’s face tells it all. She reacts, visibly. I can’t tell you what photos I sent, however, I can tell you her reaction.

Amy: That lamp. That lamp.

Me: Is that it?

Amy: Yep. That’s it. That’s… it’s a clean lamp, but…

Me: So they just cleaned it off and put it back?

If you recall, it would seem (based off our discussions) that Patsy snapped and hit JonBenet in the head with a lamp. Amy’s visions said this, for sure, but autopsy results also said a skull fracture was what would’ve ended up killing JonBenet — not a neck strangulation, as a staged injury would’ve suggested.

Amy stares at the photos I’ve sent her.

Amy: It could also be — that there’s more than one?

Me: Like a set?

Amy: Yep. Yep.

Me: I was looking for crime scene photos and… and that was what I found. I mean… um…

I don’t know what to say. There have been many times I, a former skeptic, have been proven wrong by Amy but to see this lamp in the crime scene photos… I’m sort of speechless.

Amy: That’s 100% what I saw, the candlestick type of lamp. But there’s more than one.

Me: So you think the one that happened might be… gone? I mean, it’s definitely gone by now, but… gone by the time people got there. That day.

Amy: No. It was there.

This means Amy thinks the lamp may have been cleaned off and put right back in place — a chilling prospect.

Me: Hiding in plain sight?

Amy: Mmm hmm.

I begin to explain the apparent staging of the crime. I tell Amy about how the blow to the head — as we already know — was the eventual cause of death, but that there had been a garrote to sort of stage a strangulation. As I’m trying to show her an example with a marker, she interrupts me.



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