The December 25, 1996 murder of six-year-old JonBenét Ramsey has remained unsolved for years, with many suspects named in the process.
In a three-night event, which begins September 12, JonBenét: An American Murder Mystery examined the events leading up to the child's slaying, and shed new light on evidence that may lead to a resolution in this heart-wrenching case.
In the documentary, JonBenét's father, John Ramsey insisted that the family is innocent in his daughter's killing, despite rumors.
"Twenty years later, there's still people who believe I killed JonBenét," John, 72, said. "These accusations are wrong, and they are abhorrent."
JonBenét's mother, Patsy Ramsey, was also accused of murdering their daughter. Though they were both officially removed from the suspect list in 2008, Patsy passed away from ovarian cancer in 2006.
Since then, two other perverts have been eyed, including Gary Howard Oliva, 52, who told a friend he had "done something horrible" to a child.
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Michael Helgoth also claimed to a friend that he was responsible for JonBenét's death before he committed suicide in February 1997 at age 26.
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