JonBenet Ramsey: Forever six

Updated 1754 GMT (0154 HKT) November 30, 2016
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JonBenet Patricia Ramsey, was a 6-year-old beauty queen found murdered in her home in Boulder, Colorado, on December 26, 1996. The question still remains of who killed the little girl who won titles including Little Miss Colorado, Little Miss Charlevoix, Colorado State All-Star Kids Cover Girl, America's Royale Miss and National Tiny Miss Beauty. Polaris Images
The body of JonBenet is carried out of the Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta on Tuesday, December 31, 1996. Chris Rank/ap
John and Patsy Ramsey promised a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of their daughter's murderer during an interview on Thursday, May 1, 1997, in Boulder. Patrick Davidson/Rocky Mountain News/ap
Binders were crammed with investigators' reports in the JonBenet case. Reports revealed that her skull had been fractured and the ransom note came from a notepad from the Ramsey's home. Ray Ng//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images
Candles surround a portrait of JonBenet outside her Boulder home after a candlelight vigil on the one-year anniversary of her murder on December 26, 1997. A year after the murder, Boulder police indicated John and Patsy Ramsey were under "an umbrella of suspicion," and would be questioned again. Michael S. Green/ap
Forensics expert Henry Lee leaves a conference on the University of Colorado campus after meeting with Boulder and Colorado law enforcement officials to review the evidence in the Ramsey case in June 1998. Brian Brainerd/The Denver Post via Getty Images
Police tape off the home of John and Patsy Ramsey in Boulder in December 1996. Patsy said she found a ransom note demanding $118,000 for JonBenet's return. Their daughter was found dead in their basement that same day. Karl Gehring/Liaison/getty images
Kenneth Scott, of Denver, protests the outcome of the grand jury investigation in front of the Boulder County Justice Center on October 14, 1999. District Attorney Alex Hunter stated that no indictments would be issued because of a lack of evidence. MARK LEFFINGWELL/AFP/Getty Images
Thai police officials escort U.S. teacher John Mark Karr at the Thai Immigration Department in Bangkok on August 17, 2006. Officials announced Karr as a suspect in the case. Karr said he was present when JonBenet died, and that he loved her and her death was an accident. On August 26, 2006, the Boulder County District Attorney decided not to charge Karr in connection with the murder after DNA tests confirmed that he wasn't a match to the evidence found at the crime scene. SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images
Patsy Ramsey died in Roswell, Georgia, at the age of 49 after a 13-year battle with ovarian cancer. Her unmarked grave is pictured in front of the grave site of her daughter on August 16, 2006, at the St. James Episcopal Church Cemetery in Marietta, Georgia. ric feld/ap