October 20, 2017
Is Katy Perry Really JonBenét Ramsey? Conspiracy Theorist Claims He Has Proof

Katy Perry and JonBenét Ramsey are the same person, according to conspiracy theorist Dave Johnson. In a December 2014 YouTube video, Johnson outlined the "evidence," which reportedly proves the 6-year-old girl never died. Instead, Johnson believes John and Patsy Ramsy faked their daughter's death so she could become a pop star.

In the 2014 video, Dave Johnson illustrates his point by comparing photos of Katy Perry's parents, Keith Hudson and Mary Perry, with photos of JonBenét Ramsey's parents, John and Patsy Ramsey. Johnson contends John and Patsy simply altered their appearance to facilitate the scam.

Even more disturbing, Dave Johnson claims Patsy Ramsey shaved her head and faked cancer as a symbol of the sacrifices she made to turn JonBenét Ramsey into Katy Perry.

He also compares photos of Katy Perry and JonBenét Ramsey, which he claims are obviously the same person. The video includes a sequence of blended photos, which reportedly prove his theory.

Johnson's thoughts are not entirely coherent. However, he clearly mentions religion and sacrifice on more than one occasion. He also repeats the phrase, "that's a fact." numerous times.

In February 2015, Dave Johnson provided an update -- which contained further "proof" that Katy Perry is JonBenét Ramsey.

The first seven minutes of the 2015 video are an exact copy of the 2014 video. However, it also includes an extended shot of a blended photo -- with someone playing the guitar and singing in the background.

The song, which seems to be sung by Johnson himself, discusses the resemblance between Katy and JonBenét and that they are the same "Babylon whore."

Dave Johnson's YouTube playlist contains other similarly bizarre videos, which claim "Joe Biden is Donald Trump," Tony Abbot is Tony Blair," and Zachary K. Hubbard is a "Judas goat." However, he is not alone in the theory that Katy Perry is JonBenét Ramsey.

Other YouTube users have posted similar videos asserting the same claims. Although many of the videos simply copy Johnson's footage, others offer their own "evidence."

In his April 2015 video, Jungle Surfer discusses Katy Perry and JonBenét Ramsey's eyebrows, "the set of the eyes, the bridge of the nose, and the shape of the jaw."

In his opinion, JonBenét Ramsey's death was likely a hoax, "just like Jeffrey Dahmer, just like Charles Manson... "

Jungle Surfer also draws a tie between Keith Hudson and Mary Perry and John and Patsy Ramsey, who are all "freakouts."

In another video, Jungle Surfer contends Katy Perry is an "Illuminati witch."

Although their theories are somewhat interesting, there is no conclusive proof that Katy Perry is JonBenét Ramsey.

A native of Santa Barbara, California, Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson learned to sing and play guitar at an early age. As she displayed a unique talent, her mother took her to Nashville to record her first album when she was 17-years-old. Unfortunately, the self-titled gospel album was not a great success.

Biography reports the teen was not dissuaded from pursuing her dreams of becoming a star. Instead, she dropped out of high school, took and passed the GED exam, and moved to Los Angeles. Upon arrival, she adopted the stage name, Katy Perry.

Although she suffered numerous disappointments over the next six years. However, she got her big break when Madonna endorsed her single "Ur So Gay."

Over the last nine years, she has received 13 Grammy Awards and has become one of the most recognized names in pop music.

According to reports, 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey was reported missing just before 6:00 a.m. on December 26, 1997. Eight hours later, her body was found in the basement of her parents' Colorado home.

Although John and Patsy Ramsey presented authorities with a ransom note, which demanded $118,000, there was much speculation about the mysterious circumstances surrounding the little girl's death. To date, authorities have not solved the murder of six-year-old JonBenét Ramsey.

Katy Perry and JonBenét Ramsey admittedly have somewhat similar features. However, it is incredibly unlikely that they are the same person. Despite the bizarre nature of the conspiracy theorists' claims, the rumors have gone viral several times in the last two years.

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