NATALIE (NATALEE) HOLLOWAY BODY - FOUND PICTURES
Photos of a body believed to be young Natalie Holloway have been
released after a couple from Pennsylvania, John and Patti Muldowney took
pictures while snorkeling in the shallow waters of Aruba.
After the disappearance of Natalie Holloway last May 30, 2005, Dutch primary suspect Jordan van der Sloot has given two confessions with regards to the young Alabama teenager’s missing case. Two years ago he claimed to have thrown the body out into the sea during an undercover operation conducted by Dutch crime reporter Peter R. de Vries. In his second claim which was made this February 2010, he declared to German-language broadcaster RTL that he did not dump the body into the sea, but instead, hid the remains of Alabama teenager Natalie Holloway in a nearby marsh in Aruba. During his trial, van der Sloot’s assertments were dismissed believing that he gave multiple false versions of the story in order to hide the truth. “It became clear that this statement is hold together by lies and fantasy,” says chief prosecutor Peter Blanken to “De Telegraaf.”
But the shocking photos of skeletal remains taken by the Muldowneys in Aruban waters has led to the speculation that Dutch suspect Jordan van der Slooth might have indeed told the truth in his second confession, and that the body found by the couple might have indeed belonged to the missing Natalie Holloway.
Natalie Holloway was an 18-year old Alabama high school graduate last seen leaving a bar in Aruba five years ago during the last night of her graduation trip. Since the case was opened there have been no hard evidence to prove what really happened to her. But the release of the shocking photos of human skeletal remains found in the ocean floor in Aruba might give clarity to what really happened to Alabama teenager Natalie Holloway. Hopefully, the release of these photos would uncover the truth behind her untimely death, and bring justice to her and her family.