Footage taken just minutes after the discovery of JonBenet Ramsey’s body has exposed the murder weapon used to kill the 6-year-old beauty queen, according to a sensational new report by the National Enquirer.
A never-before-seen, 30-minute police crime scene video reveals images of JonBenet’s body and a metal flashlight that was allegedly used to fracture her skull in December, 1996.
“This is the most accurate video of the crime scene because literally everyone was rushed out of the house,” Steph Watts, a producer who worked on the Investigation Discovery miniseries JonBenet: An American Murder Mystery, tells The Enquirer.
“Nothing has been disturbed between the time the crime went from a kidnapping to a murder.”
The video shows a bloodstained pillow resting on the kitchen counter, the same pillow that is believed to have “mysteriously vanished” from JonBenet’s bedroom before police arrived.
“The pillow was beside the flashlight, which some people believe was the murder weapon,” Watts says.
A source tells The Enquirer, “Why in the world would a bloody pillow be in the kitchen – next to the flashlight?”
The video also revealed JonBenet’s bedroom to be a complete mess, and the basement where JonBenet’s father, John, found her body on Christmas Day, 20 years ago, along with the blanket her father covered her with and duct tape allegedly used to stifle her screams.
JonBenet's brother Burke Ramsey (pictured above) is currently suing another US TV network for nearly $1 billion for alleging he had killed her in a childhood rage. He maintains his innocence and has never been charged with any crime.