4. Jim Clemente, one of the key investigators in The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey is actually the Technical Adviser and a Freelance Writer for TV drama Criminal Minds.
5. The Ramsey family's neighbourhood was home to 38 registered sex offenders.
6. At one point in time, a local Santa Claus was one of the main suspects. He had supposedly given JonBenet a card that said "You will receive a special gift after Christmas".
7. A handwriting expert recently said that it was almost certain that JonBenet Ramsey's mum, Patsy, wrote the ransom note found on the stairs.
8. The father, John Ramsey, had a daughter who died four years before JonBenet, in a car crash.
9. Burke had a tendency of smearing faeces on his sister's belongings.
10. One of the key pieces of forensic evidence in the case was a bowl of pineapple and condensed milk, which was the last thing JonBenet ate. Burke's fingerprints were found on the bowl.
11. Patsy died of ovarian cancer in 2006, two years before she and John were cleared of suspicion by DNA evidence.
12. Burke's interview with Dr Phil was the first time he'd spoken out about the case since it all happened.
13. There have been seven books published about JonBenet's murder - one of which was by her father John.
14. Boulder detective Steve Thomas quit over the case in 1998, as the DA refused to investigate the parents.
15. The ransom note had demanded $118,000, the same amount of money that John Ramsey had received in a bonus that year.
16. A suitcase was found an the crime scene containing a semen encrusted towel matching the DNA of John's eldest son, John Andrew Ramsey.
17. JonBenet may have been sexually assaulted when she was three years old. She had been to the doctor at age three for vaginal irritation, however the doctor insisted that it was from her bubble bath.
18. Burke smiled when he was initially interviewed by the psychologist about JonBenet's death.
19. JonBenet Ramsey's father discovered her body in the basement before turning on the lights in the room. The crime scene had also been compromised before police arrived.
20. The 'intruder theory' was one of the most contentious theories about the case, as an unidentified footprint was found at the scene and a basement window had been broken into. However this was largely disproven because some evidence (such as the cobweb on the window) shows that it was probably a set up.