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But the latest development in the case would never have happened without journalism professor Michael Tracey.It was Tracey who endured receiving four years worth of e-mails and chilling phone calls, leading detectives around the globe to John Mark Karr."I wasn't doing this as a journalist, as a scholar, I was doing this as someone who is extremely concerned about what I was reading and extremely concerned about what might happen to some other kids," Tracey says."From the get-go, Patsy and John were the focus of Jon Benet's murder," says San Augustin."And nobody really looked into the intruder theory.""When you start turning rocks over in Boulder, you know, stand back," adds Gray. Within a two-mile radius of where the Ramseys once lived, 38 of their neighbors are registered sex offenders.On the surface, Boulder, Colo., is the ideal American town.It's beautiful, peaceful, and seemingly cut off from the types of crime that infect larger cities.It's no wonder that Boulder attracts successful, affluent families like the Ramseys. We very strongly felt we had moved to a very safe, small kind of 'Ozzie and Harriet' kind of community," says John Ramsey, Jon Benet's father.But, last December, Correspondent Erin Moriarty exposed a different side of this quaint small city -- a darker side, made up of a small group of burglars, thieves, and sex offenders.
"We should have just stood right up there in the beginning and said, 'Okay, charge me.
Last summer, as John Mark Karr was paraded in front of the press, it seemed the decade-old mystery finally had an ending. "I loved Jon Benet and she died accidentally."But there's more to the story than anyone expected: Jon Benet's father, John Ramsey, helped investigators catch the man he believed killed his daughter."I said, 'If you want me to go somewhere and meet him, I'll do it,' you know.
'Just tell me what you need me to do,'" he tells Moriarty.
Until his interview with 48 Hours, Tracey has never talked about his unexpected role in the hunt for the killer of Jon Benet.
Asked what it was like to get those e-mails, Tracey says, "This is the worst experience of my life by far.