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JonBenet Ramsey case: Father remembers 'daddy's girl' on what would be her 32nd birthday

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John Ramsey described his daughter JonBenet as 'an extrovert, very outgoing, full of energy and personality.' (Credit: Fox News Digital/Ramsey family) EXCLUSIVE - JonBenet Ramsey, the 6-year-old pageant queen mysteriously murdered in the basement of her family's Boulder, Colorado, home on Dec.

26, 1996, would have turned 32 years old on Saturday."She was a daddy's girl," John Ramsey, JonBenet's father, told Fox News Digital the day before his daughter's birthday. "She was really proud that she was named after me, and she would tell people that.

My name is John Bennett, so that's where that came from."Ramsey described his daughter as "an extrovert, very outgoing, full of energy and personality." She was "smart and very, very outgoing." He worried that she would want to "run off to Hollywood" when she grew up, because she loved to "dance and perform and put on little shows" for her family at home.On the night JonBenet was born in 1990, her mother, Patsy Ramsy, told her husband it was "time to go to the hospital," which was about "six miles away" from their then-Atlanta home.JONBENET RAMSEY CASE: FATHER TO PURSUE LEGAL ACTION IF COLORADO IGNORES REQUEST FOR INDEPENDENT DNA TESTING"It was, like, midnight, and I looked at my speedometer and I was going over 100, and I thought, ‘That’s not a good idea.' So, I slowed down, but we got to the hospital.

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