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Bug Odd to say the least
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-10-2017, 11:58 AM - Forum: Fleet and Priscilla White - Replies (2)

OK, so reviewing some news stories and opinion pieces, it was reported Priscilla White didn't think the pageants were a good idea so she gave Patsy a copy of this book.

My question - no questions - would be...
Why was Priscilla reading a book on troublesome teenage daughters when her daughter was all of 6?
Why would she think this was an appropriate gift for Patsy?  I jmean, I know Patsy had older step-children but they were good kids, there were no problems there.

I just think it very odd.



SURVIVING OPHELIA: Mothers Share Their Wisdom in Navigating the Tumultuous Teenage Years
Cheryl Dellasega, Author
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If there were any doubt that Mary Pipher's 1994 bestseller Reviving Ophelia spawned a virtual cottage industry about teenage girls at risk, the latest Ophelia-related title by psychologist Dellasega (a clinician at Penn State's College of Medicine) lays it to rest. The book follows close on the heels of Ophelia's Mom (Forecasts, June 25), Nina Shandler's response to her daughter Sara's 1999 bestseller, Ophelia Speaks. Both Dellasega and Shandler have chosen to use Sara Shandler's approach and collect various essays, but while Nina Shandler structured each chapter of her book around specific problems, such as drugs or school, Dellasega chooses a more sprawling, conversational approach. Her chapters discuss the types of responses that out-of-control daughters elicit in their mothers, from special mother-daughter moments to explosive anger and regret. Despite the uneven quality of the selections (they range from thoughtful to clichéd), they share a raw immediacy that may help other moms. In fact, Dellasega credits some of the pieces with giving her the courage to send her daughter, Ellen, to a "wilderness program" to overcome anorexia. Like the mother who penned the excerpt "Tears from a Rose," the contributors are women who have tried to do their best, even when that wasn't always enough. "What happens when you do everything as right as you can, and it all goes wrong?" she questions. Interwoven throughout are Dellasega's ongoing concerns about Ellen, now 17. While it's obvious that the author wrote the book to overcome her struggles with her own teenager, there are lessons here that will help every mother dealing with an adolescent daughter.

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  Paul Hidalgo - artist?
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-10-2017, 10:42 AM - Forum: Names to remember - Replies (1)

Artist regrets Ramsey mural
By Mary George
Denver Post Staff Writer


March 13 - Paul Hidalgo, the University of Colorado art student whose mural juxtaposing JonBenet Ramsey with the words "Daddy's little hooker" sparked an uproar, was having plenty of second thoughts Wednesday evening. "This was a fiasco," the 21-year-old senior said after spending the day stonewalling reporters' questions, then seeing himself portrayed unfavorably on television news, receiving a threatening phone call, being notified he has violated copyright law and facing possible legal challenges because of his display. "This really makes me question the media and what they go for," he said. "I was the perfect story.'' The story took shape Wednesday when reporters - from local outlets to national tabloid TV - discovered his display on two, 25-foot expanses of lime green wall in the Sibell Wolle fine arts building. On the first wall, foot-high block letters stenciled in dark blue declare "Daddy's little hooker" over three copies of the glamour photo of JonBenet that Newsweek ran on its cover in January. On the far wall, in 4-foot-high letters, is stenciled the word "look" to the right of an arrow pointing back to the first wall. JonBenet, a 6-year-old beauty queen, was found murdered 11 weeks ago today in her Boulder home. Her killing remains under investigation. She was strangled, sexually assaulted and her skull was fractured. Hidalgo finished setting up the mural at 2 a.m. Monday in space routinely used for short-term student displays. Twice - on Monday and again Wednesday - someone tore down the photos. Shortly after noon Wednesday, news and broadcast photographers and reporters filled the hallway. Hidalgo had told them to be there at 12:30 p.m., when he'd replace the photos. When asked at that time what it meant, he gave a stock reply: "My art speaks for itself.'' But after hearing what others thought played across the television screen, Hidalgo decided to try to end the speculation. He created the mural to air his opinion that "the people involved in this case are definitely tied to the crime committed," and to protest child pageantry, he said Wednesday evening. "I think exposing young and impressionable children to this institution (of pageantry) is a terrible act," he said. Earlier in the day, Merrill Lessley, interim chairman of the fine arts department, called the display "hurtful" but defended Hidalgo's right to express himself.Art student Sarah Pace said: "People have every right to say what they want - the tabloids do it. This is a reflection of what our society is all about.'' And associate professor of art history Vernon Minor called the display "unsophisticated, sensationalist, mean. . . . It stinks as a work of art, except for the fact that it got attention.'' By evening, Hidalgo was saying, "I'm going to be really glad when this is all over. I learned a lot about myself and I'm maybe questioning what my real ambitions are. I'd always thought I would like a public life, but I'm not sure I'm fit for it.

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  Just wondering
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-10-2017, 09:27 AM - Forum: To submit a tip - Replies (72)

Going down a list of employees for Access Graphics - doing a quick search of names to see if any are on sex offender lists, especially Colorado sex offender lists.

Now, I want to note that there may be a dozen people in Colorado with the same name and I am not sure if ANY of these people worked at AG - - but I started this search and felt some others may be interested in seeing what I have found.  

Maybe something I find will prompt someone to step up with information.

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  Tal Jones
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-09-2017, 02:10 PM - Forum: Names to remember - Replies (1)

Posted long ago (years) by BIZ




There is another story I just thought of that I would like to bring to
 everyones attention. Tom Miller was married to Judith Phillips, a former 
wife of the Ramsey's friend Gary Phillips. He and Patsy worked together in Atlanta and 
they reconnected in Boulder since both had moved there. 
 From what I know Gary and Judith divorced, he moved to Boulder. Judith later followed him to Boulder,
 then Judith hooked up with a slime ball lawyer named Thomas Cecil
 "Doc" Miller. Doc Miller had some connection to the sale of the ransom
 note the tabloids along with Richard Talfryn "Tal" Jones aka Sprague.
 Tal is a step brother to Gwen Boykin the godaughter of Fleet Senior
 that I mentioned earlier. Tal worked for Doc Miller  as a paralegal or
 something. So did a lady by the name of Pamela Hadas. I spoke with
 Pamela Hadas for about an hour on the phone one day and she had alot
 to say, most of it was backed up by court records I later researched.
 Pamela told me that the day after the murder Tal Jones came to the
 office and told Doc that he had just spoke to Fleet White and he told
 him in confidence that Burke was the killer. Pamela said that same day
 that Doc Miller and Tal had gotten in to a physical fight in the
 office and Doc put a knife to Tal's throat. She didn't know what the
 arguement was about but she and other employees were able to break it
 up. Mary Suma didn't think that Tal knew Fleet at this point but
 Pamela claimed they did. Tal has often been described by Lou and Mary
 as Fleet's henchmen. He circulated the internet forums trying to waive
 public opinion. At one point he even
 tried to intervene with the grand jury proceedings. So it appears to
 me that  either Fleet started this rumor about Burke or Tal Jones did.
 I have to wonder why? Burke was a 9 year old child. What were they
 thinking? Were they trying to drive attention away from someone else?
 Alyce Christoff, Gwen's mother said after the murder that she wouldn't
 be surprised if Tal had something to do with it. He has always been on
 mine and Mary's list of suspects for that reason. Nancy Krebs also
 mentioned him in her deposition.
 From everything I researched Doc was a real slime ball. Pamela Hadas
 was his former high school teacher. She is a literary scholar and
 poet. They ran in to one another near Boulder and he told her that he
 wanted to learn poetry. He then hired her to work in his office as a
 legal aid. Pamela had lent him a substantial amount of money at one
 point. He was later able to commit her to a mental ward for a period
 of time, put her house in to his name, and transfer all of her money
 to himself. She was eventually able to get out of the mental ward and
 file a lawsuit against him. The jury wanted to award her far more than
 the court would allow. However, she never received a dime from Doc
 Miller. He put his house in Judith's name, she sold it and Dr. Pamela
 Hadas got nothing.(see attached court document)  I found the woman to
 be perfectly sane and stable when I spoke to her.  I found this is a
 strategy Doc Miller has done to others. If I recall correctly he has
 had at least one or two of his employees put in to mental wards, he
 also had one of his clients put in to a mental ward. His parents were
 threatening to sue him for doing nothing in their son's case after
 taking a huge amount of money. How can so many people around him all
 be crazy?  In any case he does not appear to be a very good person.

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  Mervin Pugh
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-03-2017, 03:11 PM - Forum: Housekeepers, workers in the house - No Replies

He needs his own thread.

Reviewing investigator notes I find he worked in the Ramsey house around Thanksgiving of 1996.  Worked on tiles in Patsy's bathroom and on the cabinet doors in the kids' playroom on the second floor.  He never got to the broken window in the basement.    Tina was with him at least part of the time he was there.

Later Linda and her family removed Christmas trees and other decorations from the basement, some from the windowless room (LHP's claim not to know about that room was wrong.)

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  Another Victim of SickPuppy and BORG
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-03-2017, 10:45 AM - Forum: Burke Ramsey - bio - No Replies

       

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  Pry marks on door
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-02-2017, 07:20 PM - Forum: Intruder evidence - Replies (5)

Recently came to possess a detailed description list for all BPD case images.  

Interesting to learn a few new things.  One is that police found the door to the sun room had pry marks around the dead bolt.  I don't believe I ever heard that mentioned before. The pry mark is described as "fresh" and one inch long.

If I have forgotten that, please feel free to remind me where it was made public.  I don't believe it was.

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  Pineapple in bowl
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-02-2017, 07:04 PM - Forum: Pineapple or Fruit Cocktail? - Replies (8)

OK, I am in possession of a detailed description of all the photos the BPD took.  It is VERY detailed and most interesting.

Some posters are under the impression (and I don't know where they got it from) that there was milk in the bowl with the pineapple.   Truth is, the bowl had pineapple in it - and ... well, I will share two descriptions of two photos.
Both photos were taken on 12/29 by Officer Yamaguchi.

"#416 - This depicts, at a different angle, the bowl of pineapple on the kitchen table.  The solver spoon, which appears to be somewhat tarnished, remains in the bowl.  The bowl is nearly completely full of what appears to be chunks of pineapple.  Some of the pineapple is much more yellow in color than other chunks.  In the foreground of this photograph is a pear-shaped candle, the place mat on the furthest east side of the gloss top table, the Kleenex box and the gingerbred house."

"#417 - This is a close up of the bowl of pineapple which shows the spoon still in it.  This larger serving type spoon is silver and is ornately decorated with a pattern on top.  Inside the bowl is a large amount of pineapple. This bowl may also contain milk, although it is difficult to tell since the bowl is also white.  The bowl may be a serving bowl, although it is possible that it is a breakfast bowl.  It is difficult to gain perspective of its size.  The pineapple depicted in this bowl appears to be browning from exposure to the air."

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  Windowless room
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-02-2017, 01:21 PM - Forum: Rooms - Replies (3)

Where body was found

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  images from morning of 26th
Posted by: jameson245 - 08-28-2017, 07:00 PM - Forum: Footprints in the snow - No Replies

           

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