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by Dwight Wallington,Eleanor Von Duyke

  • Author: Dwight Wallington,Eleanor Von Duyke
  • ISBN: 1881636445
  • ISBN13: 978-1881636441
  • ePub: 1357 kb | FB2: 1377 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Specific Groups
  • Publisher: Windsor House; Special edition (February 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 231
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 989
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JonBenét Patricia Ramsey (August 6, 1990 – December 25, 1996) was an American child beauty queen who was killed at the age of 6 in her family's home in Boulder, Colorado. A lengthy handwritten ransom note was found in the house. Her father John found the girl's body in the basement of their house about eight hours after she had been reported missing. She sustained a broken skull from a blow to the head and had been strangled; a garrote was found tied around her neck

Strapless ball gown, sailor suit, swimsuit-JonBenet Ramsey, who was found murdered in the . JonBenet had the breeding to make a beauty queen.

Strapless ball gown, sailor suit, swimsuit-JonBenet Ramsey, who was found murdered in the basement of her parents' home in Boulder, Colo. the day after Christmas, worked hard at winning beauty contests, but her mother must have worked even harder. But she was also a star, at least in retrospect: a little girl of striking beauty and presence, inhabiting a subculture of pageants and spangled finery that many Americans barely knew existed-a consuming passion in some families, and a source of concern to many child psychologists.

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Felolune
At first when i heard that she would be writing a book I was a bit sceptical. After reading the book I applaud Eleanor VonDuyke! Why...because I know that she is for real...Why? because I attended a pageant in Colorado Springs and SAW her hand over ALL of her pageant proceeds, ON STAGE, to the representative of the HEATHER DAWN CHURCH organization! Do we remember who HEATHER DAWN CHURCH was?? She was a 12 year old little girl that was missing, found later murdered! This money was used to help the search teams. How many other pageant directors out there have a REAL concern for children...not many...I know, because I have attended many pageants and all they are out for is for themselves! Sure, Eleanor has been downed for things she has done...put yourself in her position DEALING with stage mothers for twenty years..and the times this classy woman in sequins and rinestones looked up from her podium and saw her drunk husband at the door way...we all saw that too! There are so many people out there that she has helped .She has emptied out her cupboards for people she knew needed food for their children, she bought Christmas presents for children she knew weren't going to have a Christmas, when you see her hug a little girl or little boy you know its for REAL! I cannot believe she has sat back and taken the crap she has taken! She has never been given a chance to present her side til now...and my prayers are with her. Eleanor VonDuyke...keep that head high, that beautiful smile, and let the Peter Boyles of Colorado eat their heart out!!!! WE LOVE YOU!!!!
Unsoo
My 8 year old has been in pageants for two years now. They are not at all glitzy and sexy. She wears a fancy party dress, costing anywhere from $60.00 to $250.00 and she wears them until she outgrows them. I have told her time and again that if she does not want to compete, that fine with me. I do not push her what-so-ever (I get worn out getting her ready). There are no elaborate hairdo's or enormous amount of make-up, just a little blush and a touch of lipstick. She loves being on stage and it is great for her self-esteem. SHE gets upset with ME when I tell her she's not doing a talent competition. Our pageants are great......I see absolutely no abuse or fussing. Yes, the older girls get a little upset if they don't win...but just shed a few tears. As long as she wants to compete I will be behind her. I also stress taking the defeat with the victory. If she does not place, I tell her that's OK and praise her for the great job she did. I would love to see a book written on kiddie pageants. I difinetly would purchase it.
Dodo
Had Jonbenet become the object of some murdering pervert's desire after he saw her in her show girl costumes? Did her sexy moves lead to her death? I can't help but think there is a connection after reading this book! Anyone who has ever been to a child's beauty pageant has seen how it works...the glitzier, the sexier the better..I know, because my daughter was a contestant for nine years!! We got out a few years ago because we couldn't afford the $2,000 dress any longer...I couldn't hide the mounting expenses from my husband any longer. I bleached my daughters hair until it could no longer take, I was one of the abusive mother's when she made a mistake...thank you to the pageant director for FINALLY telling the truth to the world. Parents, it really is happening out there! It needs to stop!
JoldGold
I had so looked forward to reading this book. And, had it been well-written, I would not be so harsh in my criticism. The editing is just awful! It goes from total fabrication (imagined courtroom scenes) to "facts" from the case itself. And, it is often difficult to tell when you are leaving the conjecture and arriving at what happened. Not only is the text bad, the pictures are of poor quality (when re-printed in this book, anyway), and are not even captioned. Some of the conclusions that are drawn are interesting, but not interesting enough to make the purchase of this book worth it. I am certain there has to be better books out there on this fascinating case.
Doomwarden
I am a personal friend to Eleanor VonDuyke. She wrote this book with months of tears, and sleepness nights. Sometimes calling me at 5a.m. because she was so upset that she needed someone else to talk with. It took alot of soul searching for her to put this book together. It was a difficult project. But! She needed to speak for Jon Benet, and others like her. Nobody could have told the story better than Eleanor ,herself. Please applaud my friend It took courage for her to come forth with damaging informationaboutthe pagent systems,and to write about her own exploitations in her life. I think this book is something everyone should read. I couldn't put it down, Good job Dwight ! Sincerly your friend Jane
Hatе&love
What a touching story! The Angle story made me cry! I've read it twice and I got the same reaction.. What JonBenet must have gone through. A person never knows unless you've been there. I applaud Eleanor VonDuyke for
telling her story to the world. If you've never told about your sexual abuse...read this book. I

would have liked to have read more story on the kiddie pageant end of it. Do all children

dress the way the videos portay JonBenet as...

A miniature adult??? The false hair, and $2,000

dress is this what it's all about? And the theories...who REALLY killed the little girl...After

reading this, I really don't think daddy did!!!
sergant
My daughter has competed in Eleanor Von Duyke's pageants and has won at the National and State Levels. Eleanor has not done any pageants since writing this book and I am really disappointed in this fact. You might ask what this has to do with her book and it is the fact that Eleanor writes about changes needed and the bad things in the pageants and stopped doing her own beautiful pageants. I have since quit doing pageants with my daughter because we have not been able to find the quality of pageants that Eleanor does. I was disappointed in the JonBenet angle as there are so many interesting (good and bad) things Eleanor could tell about the pageant industry as it can truly be a positive experience for families.
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