JONBENET Ramsey was murdered on Christmas Day in 1996 aged just six years old. The unsolved case has seen many suspects in the firing line as its shrouded in conspiracies - with some even suggesting her older brother Burke, now 34, could have been behind the grisly murder. Here we give you our rundown of all the key facts of this notorious cold case. What happened to JonBenét Ramsey? JonBenét Ramsey was found dead in her family’s home in Boulder, Colorado, on December 26, 1996. The child beauty queen – who had been reported missing by her parents – was found by her father around eight hours later in the basement of the house. She had been bludgeoned, strangled and hidden underneath a white blanket with a nylon cord around her neck, her wrists bound above her head and her mouth covered by duct tape. Cops immediately looked to her family as the possible killers – but JonBenét’s parents and brother were cleared in 2008 by DNA evidence … [Read more...] about Who killed JonBenet Ramsey?
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A woman who found her murdered mother's bloody body when she was just four years old has recalled how she enlisted a high school friend to solve the brutal crime more than 40 years later. Loretta Jones, 23, had been repeatedly stabbed and sexually assaulted in her Price, Utah home but managed to write her killer's name in blood before her daughter Heidi Jones-Asay woke up and discovered her dead on July 30, 1970. 'When I got up, I looked through the keyhole into the front room and when I opened the door, there was blood everywhere. It was my mom's lifeless body,' Jones-Asay recalled on a recent episode of the Oxygen true-crime series Exhumed. Scroll down for video Looking back: Heidi Jones-Asay detailed how she found her mother Loretta Jones' dead body on July 30, 1970 during her appearance on the Oxygen true-crime series Exhumed Horrific: Jones had been stabbed 17 times and sexually assaulted in her Price, Utah home … [Read more...] about ‘There was blood everywhere’: Woman who found her murdered mother’s body when she was just four years old recalls the terrifying scene – as police reveal how the victim tried to identify her killer by writing his name in blood
ALL Boeing 777s with the same engine as that of the plane which caught fire over the weekend will be temporarily banned from entering UK airspace, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said. An "engine failure" explosion on a United Airlines plane caused the flight to drop parts onto homes in Colorado on Saturday. Any Boeing 777s with a Pratt & Whitney 4000 series engines will be grounded until further notice. The UK Civil Aviation Authority said the engine was not used on models operated by UK airlines. A statement said: "After the Pratt & Whitney 4000-112 engine incident on a Boeing 777 aircraft, we have suspended this configuration's use in UK airspace. It is not used by any UK airlines. It is operated by airlines in the USA, Japan and South Korea where authorities have also stopped its use." The temporary ban follows the explosion on the United Airlines plane carrying 231 passengers and 10 crew members on Saturday which caused debris to drop onto a number of … [Read more...] about UK bans all Boeing 777 planes with same engine as United Airlines aircraft that caught fire at weekend
Like so many others, the coronavirus has robbed travel influencers of their livelihoods. International travel is almost impossible and advertising partners have drastically scaled back their orders. Many of them now advertise fashion, sandwich spreads or mail-order companies. But some influencers carry on regardless. Clients around the world are using them and their immense influence to market travel destinations ― especially during the COVID crisis. Travel influencers promote travel to high-risk areas Like the Gulf emirate of Dubai. It relies on social media stars to attract vacationers ― after all, it wants to become the "world's leading tourist destination," in the words of the tourism authority's website. Influencers receive numerous benefits in Dubai. In return, they are supposed to persuade people willing to travel to book their vacation in the desert city despite the coronavirus pandemic and recent scandals about human rights violations . Dubai's tourism authority did … [Read more...] about Travel influencers and the COVID crisis