She won the Miss West Virginia beauty title in Patsy was 23 when she married businessman John Ramsey on November 5, He had three children from his first marriage to Lucinda Pastch from to , which had ended in divorce. The family moved to Boulder, Colorado in for her husband's business. Starting from when her daughter was young, Patsy entered her in children's beauty contest, and she won some titles before the age of six. She had been killed by strangling and a blow to the head. The couple spent the next 10 years defending themselves against the allegations by insisting that an intruder killed their daughter. At around the same time, Lou Smit , a homicide detective who had been brought in to solve the case, opined that the Ramseys had been unfairly targeted, and that an intruder was likely responsible for the murder and its staging. On July 9, —nearly 12 years after their daughter's death and two years after Patsy's death— the Boulder District Attorney cleared John Ramsey and his late wife of any wrongdoing in their daughter's death.
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Rife with conflicting theories, false confessions and a growing inventory of evidence, the year-old case of who killed the tiny, blue-eyed pageant queen has become a white whale for armchair detectives and conspiracy theorists. Was it her mother in the basement with a paint brush for a garrote? The emotionally disturbed older brother with a flashlight to the face? The family friend dressed as Santa who seemed a little too eager to visit his "special friend" on Christmas? This fall, several television networks raced to reveal new information in what's become the ultimate cold case. But aside from hype and bombast surrounding its year anniversary, no one seemed to be able to offer much but more theories.
Unlike the stories at the center of Making a Murderer or Serial , no one is currently serving time for the senseless murder of the 6-year old beauty queen, as the case is unsolved. There are a lot of little details to remind ourselves of, given that it's been 20 years since this horrific crime occurred. Six-year-old Ramsey was found dead in her home in Boulder, Colorado about seven hours after her mother had reported her missing to the police in Though they were originally considered suspects in the murder, John Ramsey and his late wife Patsy were cleared of any involvement in the crime through DNA testing in , with Boulder County District Attorney Mary Lacy writing in a letter to John, "To the extent that we may have contributed in any way to the public perception that you might have been involved in this crime, I am deeply sorry. At the time of the murder, Ramsey worked at the forefront of the tech world, starting a computer company in the s that he would merge with two other firms in to create Access Graphics, which sold Unix-based computer systems and would go on to become a billion-dollar company. Tragically, we know how that ended.