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He was just nine when his six-year-old sibling Jon Benet was discovered strangled to death in the basement of their family home in Boulder, Colorado.

A team of experts – including a British ex-Scotland Yard behavioural analyst – claimed she was accidentally killed by her brother in a squabble over a piece of pineapple.

The combination of the Bradford/Perley House Inn and the toll road heading towards the mining camps proved fairly lucrative for Bradford.

He soon built the Bradford/Perley House, as well as a toll road (

He was just nine when his six-year-old sibling Jon Benet was discovered strangled to death in the basement of their family home in Boulder, Colorado.

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He was just nine when his six-year-old sibling Jon Benet was discovered strangled to death in the basement of their family home in Boulder, Colorado.

A team of experts – including a British ex-Scotland Yard behavioural analyst – claimed she was accidentally killed by her brother in a squabble over a piece of pineapple.

The combination of the Bradford/Perley House Inn and the toll road heading towards the mining camps proved fairly lucrative for Bradford.

He soon built the Bradford/Perley House, as well as a toll road ($1.50 per wagon) to aid travelers moving west from Denver in 1859.

And they did it in a fashion which was totally misleading.” In a statement, CBS defended the Jon Benet Ramsey show.

.50 per wagon) to aid travelers moving west from Denver in 1859.

And they did it in a fashion which was totally misleading.” In a statement, CBS defended the Jon Benet Ramsey show.

“If the Boulder Police Department called me and said we’d like to talk to Burke and have a lie detector test done, yeah I’m happy to consider it.

But Burke’s lawyer blasted the show and said that no new evidence had been analysed by the team.

Mr Wood said: “The police investigated the case in 1999 and said he was not even a possible suspect. “It is unconscionable conduct for CBS to have posed this permanent stain on the young boy’s reputation.” Last week Burke broke his silence on the killing in an interview with US TV psychologist Phil Mc Graw.

Owners came and went for a period of almost 20 years.

During the ranch's heyday, a number of well-known Colorado natives frequented Ken Caryl, including the notorious Civil War butcher John Chivington.

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