Experts Think They Can Solve JonBenét Ramsey Case In New Docuseries Trailer

A six-part docuseries premieres on CBS in September.
The Aug. 22 cover of People, featuring JonBenét Ramsey.
The Aug. 22 cover of People, featuring JonBenét Ramsey.

The next case to captivate the nation in its recent true crime television wave: the murder of 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey.

In 1996, Ramsey was found beaten and strangled in her home and, since her case remains unsolved, continues to inspire conspiracy theories to this day. (No, she didn’t secretly grow up to be Katy Perry.) Before Lifetime, Investigation Discovery and the creators of one feature film will attempt to introduce the case to modern audiences, CBS’ six-hour docuseries, “The Case Of: JonBenét Ramsey” will debut in September. 

The limited-event series will attempt to crack the case by using the expertise of many of the individuals involved in the original investigation, including forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee and former New York City prosecutor Jim Clemente, with the help of a former New Scotland Yard criminal behavioral analyst and a retired FBI supervisory special agent. 

In the the three-minute trailer, experts dive deep into the crime of the century in an attempt to solve the case 20 years later with technological advancements. The team even recreates the Ramsey’s home with startling accuracy in a 50,000-square-foot warehouse to trace JonBenet’s moments before her death. 

Watch the trailer below:



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