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Graduation Trip Gone Wrong: Natalee Holloway’s Disappearance in Aruba

A Mother’s Intuition

Because of Dutch jurisprudence, the amount of time prosecutors have to arrest and interrogate suspects with no evidence has come and gone, and there are no leads or clues to follow. Bones have been found in Aruba throughout the years, and all of them have been tested. Unfortunately, none of them match Natalee’s DNA.


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Many people wonder why Beth Twitty immediately believed that Natalee was kidnapped and didn’t run off on her own. Perhaps that’s just a mother’s intuition. Ultimately, Natalee’s dad filed to declare his daughter legally dead. The declaration was signed by Judge Alan King in January 2012.