Inside The JonBenet Ramsey House In Boulder

Amy Feinstein

It is hard for many members of the public to picture the house that was the site of JonBenet Ramsey's murder and how it was possible for a 6-year-old girl to be allegedly abducted and then found bound and murdered in the basement of the same house while only the family was in residence. There will be much speculation in the coming month once again about the murder of JonBenet Ramsey and the home in Boulder, Colorado where she died. For the first time, the public will also get to see a model of the home that surrounds this mystery.

The two surviving members of the Ramsey family that were home at the time of the murder of JonBenet, father John Bennett Ramsey and brother Burke Ramsey, are both giving interviews now that the investigation is being revived, according to the Inquisitr. Burke Ramsey is speaking out for the first time to Dr. Phil, revealing his experience during the murder of his sister, JonBenet. Burke, who was 9 at the time of the crime, will discuss at length what it was like to grow up under such scrutiny that he might have been involved in the crime against his sister.


It's been almost two decades since the crime took place, and the house's details are now being shared with the public. The layout has been replicated as part of the documentaries about the mystery. The house was put on the market after the murder and sold in 2004 to Carol Schuller Milner, the daughter of televangelist Robert Schuller. Over the past eight years, Milner and her husband Tim have tried to sell the house where the murder took place with no success.

The house was put back on the market for the last time in 2014,and did not budge. As of this posting date, the house remains empty and dark.

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