Human Remains Discovered In Aruba After 12 Years In Natalee Holloway Search

by Jared Lewis August 18, 2017, 1:28
Human Remains Discovered In Aruba After 12 Years In Natalee Holloway Search

The Holloway family's longtime private investigator, T.J. Ward, appears alongside Dave in the series and says that thanks to the show, more research has been done than ever before, following new leads and looking into every possible explanation.

Twelve years after the mysterious disappearance of Natalee Holloway, one man still remains the primary suspect.

Natalee, from the U.S. state of Alabama, went missing in May 2005 while on a graduation trip with friends.

No one has been charged in Holloway's disappearance, though Dutch man Joran van der Sloot, remains the prime suspect.

Joran van der Sloot, who Natalee was last seen with outside the bar, is now serving a 28-year prison sentence for killing Stephany Flores, a business student. Van der Sloot also faces charges in Alabama for extorting money from Holloway's mother, giving her false information on Natalee's whereabouts.

M - Human remains have been discovered in the long-unsolved disappearance of Natalee Holloway, New York Daily reported. "I know there's a possibility this could be someone else, and I'm just trying to wait and see".

The now 30-year-old admitted to police in 2010 that he strangled Stephany Flores, 21, in his Lima hotel room after she learned of his connection to Holloway's disappearance. "I thought, you know, there may be something to this ..."

"It may be coming to a close because we have found human remains and we had those tested", he said.

Van der Sloot was arrested three times by Aruban authorities over Natalee's disappearance, but released each time due to lack of evidence.

Even before his trek back to Aruba that time, along with private investigator TJ Ward and a cadaver dog, Holloway said he was reluctant to get up his hopes.

It could take several weeks to a month for the DNA test to determine if the newly discovered remains are indeed Natalee's. "It would finally be the end".

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