I received Little's book, "Journey Beyond Reason" in the mail yesterday, and by last night I had read half of it. I am going to finish reading it before I get into discussing the contents of it, but I'll say right now it's a very worthwhile read. Right now, I want to bring up something that has bugged me since I first heard it. While re-reading the National Enquirer Interviews book, the subject of the red jumpsuit jumped out at me again. I read that section over and over, and it sounded to me as if Patsy was making the statement that the jumpsuit had been in need of cleaning for at least a few days and she just decided to rinse it out on her way down the stairs on the morning of December 26, 1996. I don't think she actually said how long the jumpsuit had been lying there on the ironing board, but I got the impression it had been there a while. Then, last night as I was reading "Journey Beyond Reason," the jumpsuit issue came up again, and I realized what had been bothering me about it. Why, if the Ramseys were getting ready to leave for the airport that morning in such a short time, would Patsy take the time to rinse out a red jumpsuit that had apparently been lying there, dirty, for at least a few days? What did she do after she rinsed that jumpsuit out? She doesn't appear to have dried it - did she hang it up to dry? Or did she leave it wadded up on the sink, still wet, and proceed to go downstairs? It's such a little thing that on first notice, it doesn't seem like such a big deal. But, I think it might be a big deal, because it seems there was no good reason for her to have chosen a time when she was busy getting things together to go to the lake to take the time to wash out a jumpsuit. Why didn't she just put it in with the rest of the dirty clothes that were waiting to be laundered? At first I thought it might be dry clean only and she didn't want to put it in with the rest of the laundry, but if she rinsed it out, it had to be washable. Why didn't she just leave it where it was? It would still have been there when they returned from their trips when she would have had more time. Instead, on a very busy morning, with a time schedule to meet, she chooses to wash that jumpsuit. Why? I have learned not to ignore these little things the Ramseys throw in. If Patsy chose to mention that she "rinsed out" that jumpsuit, I have to do a double and triple take on the jumpsuit, because there's a reason Patsy mentioned it. What did it have to do with the events of the night of Jan 25 and into the early hours of Jan 26? What was on that jumpsuit that had to be removed? Would you, in the same circumstances, stop to wash out a jumpsuit if your daughter didn't need it for the trip? Perhaps there were stains on it, but it seems the jumpsuit had been there for a few days already - what's the urgency to get them off that morning? Did something happen involving that jumpsuit that necessitated Patsy's washing it earlier than she stated? Did she have to say she stopped to rinse it out on her way to the kitchen to make coffee to cover her earlier tracks? Something's not right here.