A disturbing police video of the JonBenet Ramsey murder scene could provide police with new clues about the death of the toddler pageant queen — twenty years after she was brutally slaughtered in her own home! RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained bombshell never-before-seen police video footage taken inside the Ramsey's Boulder, Colorado, mansion.
Filmed in the hours after the horrifying Christmas Day discovery of six-year-old JonBenet's cold and lifeless body, the explosive video shows a chilling tour throughout the home — and any tell-tale traces of evidence the killer may have left behind.
The Christmas tree is still hung with ornaments, but parents Patsy and John are missing from the footage, as is JonBenet's brother Burke, just 9 years old at the time. A frantic Patsy had made the 911 call to cops not long before.
Beginning on the main floor, the video shows the main entrance to the home, which appeared to have normal wear and tear, but no signs of forced entry.
In the living room, the picture perfect Christmas scene was still set — despite cops having traipsed through there not long before.
Other decorations were scattered across the home, along with video cartridges and an unwrapped Christmas gift. But alongside the decorations, police tape is seen strapped over the door to tragic JonBenet's undisturbed bedroom.
Her light pink coverlet is tossed off the bed. Trophies from her many pageant competitions shone proudly beside a precious dollhouse stuffed haphazardly with toys. There was hardly any sign of the horrifying fate the room's inhabit would endure.
Most chillingly of all that was found in the home, however, was a clue that cops discovered on the dining room table: a bowl of cut up pineapple.
Burke later said in police interviews that pineapple was one of JonBenet's favorite late-night snacks, and the coroner found undigested pieces of the fruit in her stomach during the autopsy.
Did her killer tempt her from bed with the promise of a sweet treat, only to strangle her to death moments later?
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