She was from Clinton AL(USA), and had been for one week on Aruba for a graduation trip.
That day she was supposed to go back home, but she didn't show up at the hotel's hall.
“A lot of them did it.” Though the family members were cleared by the courts, District Attorney Stanley L.
Garnett maintains there’s more to the case than meets the eye.
But I only knew about the case from the mainstream media. A conspiracy with devastating consequences: two deaths(Paulus van der Sloot and Stephany Flores), one disappeared(Natalee Holloway), an innocent man in prison(Joran van der Sloot) and millions of tax-payer money thrown away. Natalee Holloway was supposed to be at the hall of the hotel where she was staying at am of May 30th 2005.
There she was supposed to take a bus to the airport.
On the 10-year anniversary of Natalee Holloway's disappearance, her mother is still trying to find justice for her daughter — though she says she has found joy. I've been able to redefine my life, and I've been able to find joy and happiness through my son, through my son's new family, and my work, so I think I'm in a good place now." Holloway was 18 when she disappeared on a high school graduation trip in Aruba on May 30, 2005.
There was a link to an article about the Holloway case.
For me this case didn't have much mystery, Joran van der Sloot was guilty and that was about it. A conspiracy that goes up to the highest echelons of power.
"It's hard to believe it's been 10 years,'' Beth Holloway told Savannah Guthrie exclusively on TODAY Monday. The last people the Alabama teen was seen leaving a nightclub with were a pair of brothers and Joran van der Sloot, a Dutch citizen who was later sentenced to 28 years in prison after being convicted of killing a Peruvian woman, Stephany Flores Ramirez, in 2010.
The murder occurred five years to the day after Holloway disappeared.