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From then on, she has since worn her mother's wedding ring as a neck lace for "the life she lost" and her father's watch, an Omega Speedmaster Professional, a.k.a. On the other hand, her mother's death inspired Beckett to become a cop: to be a detective that actually looks for justice for the sake of the victims' families for the right reasons without 'pigeon-holing' crimes the way Detective Raglan did on her mother's case.
Other than that, she also wanted a position in the force where she could investigate her mother's death further.
She was also raised by her father to be a baseball fan.
Beckett went to Stuyvesant High School, a public school in New York City reserved for highly gifted students.
She also had a beauty queen, Debbie Winaker, for a roommate during her freshman year.
On January 9, 1999, when she was 19, her mother, Johanna, was stabbed to death while on her way to meet with Jim and Kate for dinner.
According to Captain Montgomery, her main strength as a detective lies in her ability to empathize with the relatives of violent crimes, which she does better than anyone he knows.
Between her junior and senior year of college, she spent a semester studying in Kiev, Ukraine.
She hints to Castle many times about having a wild past and according to an old friend, Madison Queller, she was "the biggest scofflaw" in high school and was in relationships with a variety of men.
She spent one summer while in high school modeling as opposed to waitressing, eventually earning enough money to buy a 1994 Harley Softail Motorcycle, which she still rides, although her father strongly disapproves of it and once even threatened to send her to a nunnery for.
Beckett's mother's case is again brought up at Season 2 Episode 13 "Sucker Punch", when Lanie contacts Dr.
Murray after realizing the wound similarities between the victim and Beckett's mother. Murray then reveals to Beckett that there is no doubt in his mind that the victim is killed by the same man that murdered her mother.
It is revealed in the episode by Sorenson that Beckett once waited in line for an hour just to get one of Castle's books signed, and also how his novels helped her through her mother's death.