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Conspiracy Theory: Is Katy Perry Really Jon-Benet Ramsey?

by GiovanniFebruary 26, 2016

AN Internet Conspiracy Theorist speculate that Katy Perry is actually JonBenét Ramsey, the child beauty queen who was murdered in 1996. But what proof do they have? A YouTube conspiracy video, that’s what.

Is Katy Perry really Jon-Benet Ramsay?

See the eerie resemblance between Jon-Benet Ramsey, the 6 year old girl who was mysteriously murdered in 1996 in her Colorado home, and Katy Perry, the singer who is mysteriously still alive? Could it be that Jon-Benet’s murder was faked so that she could one day grow up and be a rich, famous pop singer?

In a word: No.

YouTube conspiracy video expert Dave Johnson says,“JonBenét Ramsey did not die, nobody died, nobody got hurt. But she was sacrificed: That sacrifice was in name only, and that sacrifice was to get something, and that something was to become a star.”

If nobody got hurt, then whose child was murdered?

“JonBenét Ramsey became Katy Perry. That’s a fact,” he added. “So if any of you continue to lie about this person dying, you are in fact a false witness to murder and death.”

Whats’s the evidence? Johnson  states that Katy Perry’s parents, pastors Keith Hudson and Mary Perry, look  similar to Ramsey’s parents, Patsy and John Bennett Ramsey. Their parents look alike. That’s it.

So Is Katy Perry really Jon-Benet Ramsay?

One problem with this “theory” is that Jon-Benet’s body was not missing, it was found in the basement of her home by her father and police. An autopsy was performed, and she was buried. So whose body was it if it was not Jon-Benet Ramsey?

Another problem with this theory is that it’s just plain nuts. How does anyone fake the death of a 6 year old, and then magically turn her into a pop star 20 years later? And why would Jon-Benet’s parents endure years of suspicion that they had killed her in order to one dayturn her into a pop star? The answer is they wouldn’t because nobody would and nobody could pull off such a hoax.

Just because someone’s parents look alike does not mean they cam from someone else parents. And just because someone has a conspiracy theory does mean YouTube should publish it just to get more views to sell advertising.

 


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