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'The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey' Revalations: Investigative Team and Victimologist To Find The Missing Puzzle of the Crime; Burke Speaks Out


This fall, to honor the 20th death anniversary of the young beauty queen, JonBenet Ramsey, some TV shows have premiered (some of them will about to premiere) docu-series that focus and follow the story of the murder. So what really happened to JonBenet?

JonBenet's family was accused of her murder. 20 years have passed, her brother Burke and even his dad, John Ramsey broke their silence this week. In "Dr. Phil's" interview with Burke, the brother of six year old beauty queen revealed each detail about the day of the murder.

Burke is now 28-years-old. He was only nine when his sister killed by an unknown suspect or group of suspects.

He told the host that he truly missed his sister so much.

"The next thing I remember is a police officer coming into my room and shining a flashlight," Burke said.

Watch the sneak peak video here.

Meanwhile, another show, a docu-series of CBS, "The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey" aims to re-investigate the murder case. In an exclusive video, provided by Hollywood Reporter, executive producer Tom Forman explained why JonBenet Ramsey Murder case should be re-investigate.

"The investigative team felt like there was a missing piece the first time around," Forma said in the video.

The docu-series has been divided into six parts, and it will be premiered soon. A victimologist plays important role in the re-investigation.

A victomologist, represented by the, former New Scotland Yard criminal behavioral analyst, Laura Richards, attempts to figure out how Ramsey lived in order to find new clues,

"The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey" airdate is set for Sunday, Sept. 18 at 8:30 p.m. on CBS.

Since there are lots of shows that focus, and will look back to the murder case, can they successfully find the missing puzzle? Can one of them solve the case and figure out who is the real killer?

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