A man who claimed he dug up and cremated the body of missing teenager Natalee Holloway to help his murder suspect friend has himself been killed while attempting to kidnap a woman, police have revealed. The violent death of John Ludwick is the latest strange development in the hunt for Natalee, who was last seen getting into a car after leaving a nightclub at 1. His death will now make it even harder to establish whether his claims as aired in the documentary were true.
Eighteen-year-old Natalee Holloway never showed up for a flight home from Aruba on May 30, Her disappearance shocked her parents, Beth and Dave Holloway, who took to the media to spread the word that their daughter did not return from a celebratory trip with fellow graduates of Alabama's Mountain Brook High School. Her body has never been found.
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Natalee Ann Holloway October 21, — disappeared May 30, was an eighteen-year-old American woman whose mysterious disappearance made international news after she vanished on May 30,near the end of a high school graduation trip to Aruba in the Caribbean. Holloway was scheduled to fly home from the Caribbean island on May 30,but she failed to appear for her flight. When the three men were questioned, they said that they dropped off Holloway at her hotel and denied knowing what had become of her. Due to lack of evidence, the three suspects were released each time without being charged with a crime.
One of the most high-profile unsolved disappearances in the United States is the case of Natalee Holloway. A beloved high school senior from the small town of Mountain Brook, Alabama, Holloway disappeared on May 30, while taking a senior trip with her classmates celebrating her recent graduation from high school. What would follow would be a media firestorm that would overtake the world for ten years and with little to show for it.
When seniors graduate from high school, they typically have two things on their minds: starting college in the fall and savoring every last moment of their summer vacation. For some graduating seniors, these celebrations can cross the globe. Such was the case for Natalee Holloway when she traveled from Alabama to Aruba to celebrate her last summer of freedom.
The mother of Natalee Holloway, a U. Neither company responded to emails sent Monday seeking comment on the lawsuit. Court records show attorneys have not filed documents answering the allegations.
While authorities searched the sea to depths of feet, Dave Holloway said he believes his year-old daughter was thrown into deeper waters — a belief based on talks with a police official and a private forensic expert. Holloway said a private boat owner is providing divers, sonar equipment and the ability to map the ocean floor. Holloway said he would alert police on the Dutch Caribbean island if anything is found. Log In Membership Newsletters Obituaries.
Newly discovered remains found in the search for Natalie Holloway belong to a caucasian person of European descent, according to preliminary DNA tests, and experts say the profile is a match for the missing teenager who was declared dead in Natalee Hollowayoriginally from Alabama, disappeared in Aruba on May 30, The year-old was on the last day of a graduation trip on the Caribbean island with her high school senior class when she didn't return to her hotel.
A US woman has alleged the key suspect in the unsolved disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway confessed to a mutual friend to killing the teen and disposing of her body. Holloway vanished on May 30, never to be seen again while celebrating her high school graduation in Aruba in the Caribbean. She was just