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Posted: 8/22/2006 10:16:40 AM EDT


Dead Psychic's Sketch Of JonBenet Killer Revisited
Same Psychic Helped Colorado Authorities In Hunt For Accused Serial Killer

POSTED: 1:15 pm EDT August 17, 2006

DENVER -- Psychic Dorothy Allison believed she knew what JonBenet's killer looked like and provided a sketch to the Ramsey family, based on her visions.

The Ramsey family Web site published the sketch, asking the public, "Have you seen this man? This man may have been in the Boulder area in December 1996."

The sketch was also given to Boulder police, who continued to insist that nobody outside the family was likely involved in the crime.

A comparison of the sketch side-by-side with that of a picture of suspect John Karr appears to show remarkable resemblance.

Allison originally came up with the sketch during a 1998 appearance on the nationally syndicated Leeza Gibbons Show. Allison died a year later.

The Ramsey family Web site at www.ramseyfamily.com was used to publish press releases as well as ads and flyers the Ramseys sent out in search for their daughter's killer in the spring and fall of 1997. One of the flyers contained the sketch given by Allison. The Ramsey family let the domain name of the Web site expire in 2004.

Four years before JonBenet's death, Allison assisted El Paso County investigators in the investigation of the slaying of Heather Dawn Church.

''In 30 years, I've never had accurate information from a psychic,'' a veteran law enforcement officer told The Denver Post in 1995. ''But the information by Dorothy Allison was right on the money.''

Robert Browne was later arrested and convicted in the killing of Church. Last month he admitted killing as many as 49 people across the United States.

In another strange twist in the Ramsey case, the man who originally arrested Brown in the Church slaying joined the investigation team looking into the slaying of JonBenet. He said he always believed an intruder was responsible for the crime.
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:18:31 AM EDT
That is quite strange.
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:18:34 AM EDT
She definately got the pencil neck right.
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:19:43 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ShadowEnt:
She definately got the pencil neck right.

And just about everything else except the jaw
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:20:55 AM EDT
Satan knows his own.

Runs to the religious forum.
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:22:38 AM EDT
Looks like Timothy McVeigh.
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:23:01 AM EDT
Yes, I can explain it.

Most men of northern European descent have similar facial features. The "psychic" was guessing that the suspect was a white male, based on the affluent neighborhood where the murder took place. Look at a photo of Karr from 10 years ago, and he doesn't look anything like the sketch - he had a mullet! The chin is all wrong, and the nose is a different shape. I think the sketch looks more like me than Karr, to tell you the truth.


Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:24:33 AM EDT
I wonder if she knew she was going to die.
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:27:19 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/22/2006 10:30:02 AM EDT by skinnysarge79]
She did a better jod than the moron who "drew" the unabomber.

Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:29:30 AM EDT
Ted had a good run.
Link Posted: 8/22/2006 10:47:04 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/22/2006 10:47:36 AM EDT by psyops4fun]
The thousands of other "psychic" pictures, tips, and bits of extraneous information which led *nowhere* aren't getting any press whatsoever.

A smart snake oil "psychic" would have drawn an unassuming clean shaven white male to fit the bill of someone who could have come and gone from the upscale Colorado neighborhood without attracting attention, so this is what the "psychic" produced: a generic unassuming clean shaven upscale white male.

Just "playing the odds".
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