If you're looking for one to watch this Bank Holiday Weekend, this is definitely it.
Netflix's new documentary revisits the 1996 murder of six year old pageant queen, JonBenet Ramsey.
It was the unsolved murder that shook Boulder, Colorado to the core. She was murdered in her family home on the night of December 25-26.
A long ransom note was found in the house. JonBenet's body was found in the basement of their home by her father John Ramsey, eight hours after they reported her missing.
The results of her autopsy revealed that she died by strangulation, and her death was classed as homicide.
Still to this day, there has been no one charged with her murder.
Just over two decades later, Kitty Green returns to the case. She goes back to audition local actors, and unpacks how each person remembers and relates to the tragic event that involved the ill-fated Ramsey family.
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