Patsy Ramsey: What the Pilot's Wife Knew

Patsy Ramsey What the Pilot s Wife Knew This is an honest reflective and open book on Patsy Ramsey who the pilot s wife knew both prior and after the horrible murder of her daughter JonBenet The reflections reveal sides of Patsy s person

  • Title: Patsy Ramsey: What the Pilot's Wife Knew
  • Author: Pam Archuleta
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is an honest, reflective, and open book on Patsy Ramsey who the pilot s wife knew both prior and after the horrible murder of her daughter, JonBenet The reflections reveal sides of Patsy s personality the media did not know Many books have been written about the family, but none revealed an intimate picture of who Patsy really was The media thought they knew her,This is an honest, reflective, and open book on Patsy Ramsey who the pilot s wife knew both prior and after the horrible murder of her daughter, JonBenet The reflections reveal sides of Patsy s personality the media did not know Many books have been written about the family, but none revealed an intimate picture of who Patsy really was The media thought they knew her, some of the law enforcement folks felt they knew her, and even people who did not know her just knew they did This book was not written to reveal any than who Patsy was as a person There are reflections of feelings on funny, serious, sad, and tragic times the author had with Patsy.

    One thought on “Patsy Ramsey: What the Pilot's Wife Knew”

    1. A friend recommended this book and since I am from Boulder, and had met Patsy Ramsey several years before the tragic death of JonBonet, I was curious. This paints an interesting look at the Ramseys and confirms what I always thought--that they were innocent. In this account, I was moved how deeply religious the Ramseys were during this awful time. Such a tragedy!

    2. Exactly what I wanted and expectedThis is not a polished, ghost-written Hollywood vehicle, ready for the Movie of the Week script. Reading this book feels like sitting down for a cup of coffee with Pam while she burdens some painful, nostalgic, and confusing memories.I learned which family member acted differently before and after the murder. I learned which family member really raised red flags for me. And I learned what it was like behind closed doors, when the Ramseys, their friends, and thei [...]

    3. Seeking her 15 minutes of fameAuthor contradicts herself several times and harps on what little she did know Cashing in on someone else's pain don't bother to read

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