The world is familiar with the name of JonBenet Ramsey, the little 6-year-old girl who was murdered in her own home the day after Christmas in 1996. Though the cold case was investigated with a fine tooth comb years ago, it appears new information has been released regarding the day of the tiny beauty queen's murder.

911 operator remembers call by JonBenet Ramsey's mom

Us Weeklyreports that the woman who answered Patty Ramsey's 911 call remembers the day very clearly. In an interview withDateline NBC,Kimberly Archuleta, who worked for the 911 emergency service at the time, speaks of the call and the inconsistencies she noticed.

"That has been the hardest call I ever took. I think that's because there was something inside me that said, 'Something's not right.'" After the call, JonBenet Ramsey's mother failed to terminate the call, and Kimberly could hear another voice on the other side of the line. She heard a "third distinct voice", which she described as male.

Detective shares new info on JonBenet Ramsey case.

As if this did not bring enough fresh interest to the cold case, police detective Jane Harmer, who personally worked on the JonBenet Ramsey murder case, was also a guest on the showand revealed a piece of information that leaves the world with their collective jaws on their chest.

Just two years after the murder, a grand jury found cause to indict both of JonBenet's parents on "child abuse resulting in death" and as accessories to a crime. The Ramseys never went to court, however, as the district attorney chose not to prosecute due to too little evidence.

Many inconsistencies within the JonBenet Ramsey case.

Redbookreports that authorities were always skeptical of a ransom letter found in the Ramsey home.

Jim Clemente, formerly of the FBI, says in his opinion the letter was "clearly staged." He said, "whoever wrote this managed to commit a murder, find the pad, find the pen ... write it, and then put the pad and pen where they are normally kept. I think we can all agree this letter is clearly staged." Why would a ransom letter exist for a child who has been murderedand the body left in the parents' home? It doesn't make sense.

Clemente, according toCBS News,investigated the JonBenet Ramsey caseand has been haunted by the cold case for the past 20 years. Teaming up with Tom Forman, the two decided to gather a team of investigators and recreate the murder scene so it could be studied from a fresh perspective, with "modern forensic science".

"There's tons of evidence in this case and what it needed was a comprehensive look from all sorts of different professional perspectives," Clemente said.

The Case of: JonBenet Ramseywill air on CBS September 18.