Article Published: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 Ramsey's Boulder home sold to televangelist's daughter By The Associated Press Boulder - The home where 6-year-old JonBenet was killed is being sold to the daughter of "Hour of Power" televangelist Robert Schuller. Carol Milner and her husband, Tim, expect to close on the 15-room, Tudor-style home next week for $1 million. "Our Realtor said, 'Here's a wild idea'," Tim Milner said. "I said, 'I'll go look, but I don't know.' All we saw was compassion for the little girl. ... The house didn't seem weird." Carol Milner grew up in Southern California, where her father's Crystal Cathedral Ministries is based. She lost a leg in a motorcycle accident as a teenager, and was a member of the U.S. disabled ski team based in Winter Park in the 1980s. The 6,800-square-foot house John and Patsy Ramsey bought for $500,000 in 1991 has been renovated since their daughter's death in 1996. The basement room where her beaten and strangled body was found has been sealed off by a new wall. The Ramseys moved to Atlanta in the months following their daughter's still-unsolved death. John Ramsey is now seeking election to the Michigan Legislature. In 1998, a private group of investors comprised of Ramsey friends purchased the home for $650,000. University of Colorado football strength coach E.J. "Doc" Kreis called the house home for two years before he was fired a year ago. It also housed a number of CU graduate students. The Milners and their four children moved from California to Boulder in 2002. Tim Milner said they outgrew their home and the Ramsey house seems like a good fit. He said they checked with the kids, ages 9 to 17, before committing to the sale, and at first they were a "little freaked out." "But the house we're in now is a hundred years old, and I'm sure people died in this house," Milner said. Tim Milner said he is not worried about a steady stream of curious onlookers coming to the home, though he plans to add a plaque with their family name to the house. He said he also hopes an address change in June 2001 - from 755 to 749 15th St. - may throw people off track. "Maybe I'm being dumb," Milner said.