JonBenet Ramsey, known as the six-year-old beauty queen that was tragically murdered on Christmas day in Boulder, Colorado twenty years ago was one of the biggest mysteries in America, until now. Investigator Ollie Gray, believes Michael Helgoth who was twenty-six years old at the time of this horrible event, may have committed the crime.
John Kenady, former employee of Michael Helgoth, strongly believes that he is guilty of the murder of the little girl. He stated that Helgoth had said in a tape recording, that still exists, that he was the one who had committed the crime, Kenady’s suspicions on Helgoth grew a month before the horrible murder of the young girl. Kenady remembers Helgoth telling him, “He and a partner were going to make a great deal and bring around $50,000 or $60,000 each.” Kenady states that he remembers them walking towards Helgoth’s house and hearing him say, “I wonder what it feels like to crack a human skull.” Which concerned Kenady considering that’s a pretty dark thought to openly have.
John and Patsy Ramsey, the parents of JonBenet contacted the police when they noticed that their daughter was missing and there was a ransom note wanting $118,000 for the return of their beloved daughter. When JonBenet Ramsey’s body was found in the basement eight hours after her parents noticed her disappearance, autopsies showed that her skull had been fractured and she had also been strangled, the official cause of her death being asphyxiation. Patsy and John Ramsey were the prime suspects until their names were cleared in the year 2008, Patsy unfortunately passed away in 2006 due to ovarian cancer. Helgoth was soon a suspect as well but his name was cleared when no traces of DNA were found at the scene, but Gray and Kenady very strongly believe that Helgoth is guilty.
Helgoth died of what seems to be a staged suicide, he had a gun in his right hand but a bullet hole in only the left side of his head. Kenady strongly believes that an accomplice of Helgoth murdered him in order to keep him from talking about the crime, but there has been no further evidence.