While Phil and Pearl are well-aware of the public scrutiny, they claim not to mind, as Phil finds Pearl "gorgeous" and Pearl says that her grandson makes her feel sexually alive. He adopted Jeannette's biological daughter, Deena, who had E'Dena, and who in turn was raised by Morgan and his soon-to-be ex-wife, Myrna Colley. As the story goes, Mia Farrow adopted Soon-Yi while she was still involved with Woody.
Talk about taking "it's complicated" to a new level. Years later, Mia found naked pictures of Soon-Yi among Woody's belongings. While Woody and Soon-Yi have outlasted most Hollywood couples, the nature of their relationship somewhat overshadows their romantic longevity in our book.4. Last fall, police accused Aimee Louise Sword of tracking down the son she gave up for adoption a decade prior and raping him. Sword claimed innocence, she was arraigned on three charges of criminal sexual misconduct. This next story isn't as inappropriate as it is plain weird.
Although Ramsey and Holloway claimed that they were just friends, sources said that they had met at a fundraiser and were seen kissing publicly.5. In 2008, John Earnest Deaves and his daughter, Jennifer Anne Deaves, scandalized West Australia after they publicized their relationship on Australia's .
“However you want to describe it,” Morris told Slate in January 2016, “the whodunit; the mystery of what really happened; the mystery of personality; of who people really, really are is powerfully represented when you have a crime standing in back of all of it.” Of course, the greatest true-crime story of the modern age is the O. Simpson case, with good reason: It was, and remains, about so much more than O. Two recent re-examinations, FX’s “American Crime Story: The People v. It’s a cold case about the sexual assault and murder of a 6-year-old girl in the wealthy suburb of Boulder, Colo., found dead in her family’s basement the day after Christmas — a case botched by inexperienced cops and shadowed by the suspected involvement of her parents, but one of limited social impact.
“Children are murdered every day,” says Harold Schechter, true-crime author and professor at Queens College. The Jon Benet case has a lot of the elements of the closed-room mystery: Everybody’s home, no apparent break-in.
From a review of the facts of this case one issue becomes clear.
The parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, had a hand in the murder of this child. Thus, this issue must never be let to rest until the truth is confirmed. Ramsey retorts regarding her question about not his view of taking a lie detector test. His behavior is suspect, as is that of his former wife.
“Know why all these specials are going to air in September?