During an interview with JR months after the murder of his daughter, he revealed he had gone to the basement of his home at some point in the morning, discovered the window to the train room open, and shut it. He didn't bother to tell Linda Arndt about the window or his excursion to the basement at the time. Based on his own words, then, why did he lead FW to this same room in the basement after Arndt made that fatal error of asking Ramsey and White to search for anything out of place in the house? If Ramsey had already been in that room, why did he need to go back there to point out the window to FW, since he already knew about it and never reported it to Arndt? Why didn't he tell Arndt about the window, if it was really opened? Why would Ramsey leave the train room and immediately proceed to the closed off wine cellar? What did he think could have been disturbed in that secluded room? Why not look first at the open areas where there were other windows that could have provided access to an intruder? I'm trying to think - if I had been asked to search for anything out of place, where would I have started, first? I would have gone directly to her bedroom - the place where I knew she was when I had last seen her (according to Ramseys' version). That would be the logical place to start looking for things out of place, not the basement. What would cause someone to start in the basement, if he thought his daughter had been kidnapped? Wouldn't it be logical to assume a kidnapper would have taken her out via the easiest method; i.e., one of the very accessible exits on the first floor? What would cause Ramsey to think anything would have occurred in the basement of his home? That has never made sense to me. Why didn't he head for the second floor to check for things out of place? That would have been where she disappeared from, not the basement. The fact that he headed directly to the basement, for no good reason that I can understand, has always spoken volumes to me.