What really happened that horrific Christmas night in 1996 when six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey was brutally murdered in her family’s Boulder, Colorado mansion? Many people are convinced we’ll never know. Crucial evidence is missing or was mishandled, and the investigation has appeared stymied. But now, psychiatrist Andrew G. Hodges reveals not only the identity of the killer, but also exactly what took place during the final hours of JonBenet’s life – evidence that is all the more compelling because it comes directly from the killer’s own mind. Dr. Hodges, who has been interviewed by detectives directly involved in the case, deciphers the hidden messages in the infamous ransom note as well as other written and spoken communications that are critical to the case. Working as a detective of the human mind, Hodges unfolds the riveting story step-by-step, Columbo style. And he shows how the murderer has clearly confessed.
- "This is a story of jealousy, envy, revenge, hate and love. The participants try to cover an event that is the stuff of classic drama - if Dr. Hodges is correct - 'at the end of the Greek tragedy, the fantastic turns out to be true.'"Dr. James O. RaneyUniversity of Washington School of Medicine
- "As a seasoned, skeptical FBI agent, I am now convinced."Charles Donald ByronSpecial Agent FBI (retired)