JonBenét Ramsey was murdered in December 1996 -- yet fifteen years later, there continues to be a fascination with anything connected to the case, from the Boulder house where the killing took place being put up for sale to the lives she left behind.
Mom Patsy Ramsey died in 2006, but her father, John, is still with us -- and moving on with his life via marriage to Las Vegas fashion designer Jan Rousseaux.
Naturally, the first outlet to report on this information was the National Enquirer, whose item was followed by People. Both say Ramsey, who'd previously been involved with Beth Twitty, mother of missing teen Natalee Holloway, met Rousseaux, 53, who's divorced and has two adult children, at a Colorado wedding a couple of years back, and the relationship subsequently blossomed.
Rousseux's Facebook page, which features the photo above, says she attended a couple of schools in, of all places, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, before matriculating at Baptist Bible College. Her page's activities and interests section touts the online site GodVine, whose link includes the note, "Let's join forces as Christians and start a Jesus Christ revival! Press like if Jesus is your Savior!!!" She's also a fan of the Beatles, the Eagles, the Mormon Tabernacle and Anderson Cooper.
Who may be interested in booking her and her new husband as guests -- since so many people are still interested in discovering who killed a beautiful little Boulder girl a decade and a half ago.
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