Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Natalee Holloway Found? No. Jawbone Doesn't Belong To Missing Girl

Natalee Holloway found? If only that were the case.  Once again the Holloway family suffered what could be the biggest disappointment yet in the Natalee Holloway case.  A jawbone found by American tourists along a busy beach was promising, especially when preliminary tests suggested that it belonged to a female.

The promise was short lived.  In the Netherlands, further testing revealed that the bone is of unknown origin, as it does not belong to Natalee Holloway.

There are two theories on the missing girl's case.  One theory claims that Holloway was killed, or somehow died in the company of Joran Van Der Sloot.  This is the most accepted theory - and Van Der Sloot has been arrested for the murder of another young woman in Peru five years exactly to the date in which Holloway went missing.

The second theory is that Natalee, a beautiful blonde, was sold into the sex trade.  If that's the case, she could be dead - or could be living a nightmare.  Either case does not pose a rosy picture for the young girl or her family.

However, this is the most devastating blow yet.  The Holloway family needs closure, which is something they can't get from this situation.

1 comment:

  1. I bet a tourist brought it and planted it.


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