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Reader: I'd totally live in JonBenet Ramsey's house

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The Boulder house where JonBenet Ramsey was murdered in 1996 is back on the market once again, after several unsuccessful sale attempts in recent years. In sharing photos of the home, we asked readers if they could imagine living there.

Here's the post of someone who could.

Jenny Tossie writes:

If i had the money i would totally live there. Why not?? Its a beautiful home and its time to let the past be the past and let it go. Its sad because that house will forever come with a negative stigma (which people like to hold on to more than the positivity). Every page can be turned and its time to start looking for the silver lining and give the home a new start with some fresh positive memories.

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