Six years after the American teenager disappeared while vacationing in Aruba, a judge has declared Natalee Holloway officially dead. The declaration came at the request of Holloway's father, David. The Associated Press (via FOX News) reported earlier today that Judge Alan King signed the order at a Birmingham courtroom. Natalee's parents, David and Beth Holloway, were in attendance. Back in September, David Holloway told the same judge that he felt his daughter had died. Natalee was...Read Full Story
The latest in Natalee Holloway news is the court battle that is going on between Dr. Phil vs. Deepak and Satish Kalpoe as long as Jordan van der Sloot. All three young men were arrested around the time of Natalee Holloway's disappearance in May of 2005, under suspect after Holloway never appeared after leaving a night club in Aruba.The Kalpoe brothers are now suing Dr. Phil and CBS for defamation, claiming his show aired "misleading portions of interviews and statements," with the intention...Read Full Story
Natalee Holloway has been missing for nearly 5 years. The Alabama high school student vanished while in Aruba, and a Philidelphia couple might have snapped the first major clues in the case in a long time. According to Fox News, an underwater photograph possibly shows human remains, and they could be the 18-year-old's. Also on Zimbio: Joran van der Sloot Confession 'Unbelievable,' Say Authorities If what's shown in the photo is a body, the remains could provide usable tissue that can...Read Full Story
Natalee Holloway is the Alabama high school student who disappeared in Aruba in 2005, and an underwater photograph taken in October is thought to show her skeletal remains. The picture was taken by a Pennsylvania couple and authorities are expected to investigate the matter, according to Fox News. "It could be a body," Dr. Michael Baden, a former chief medical examiner said. "The odds are it isn't, but it absolutely could be a body and there's an obligation to pick it up and investigate."If...Read Full Story
Joran van der Sloot, who was being treated as a suspect in the death of Natalee Holloway, has confessed to dumping the 18-year-old's body in a swamp in Aruba. But according to MSNBC, Aruba's chief prosecutor is skeptical of van der Sloot's statement. Prosecutor Peter Blanken said the story was "very unbelievable" and "held together by lies and fantasy." He added, "The locations, names and times he gave just did not make sense." Holloway was an Alabama native who disappeared in Aruba...Read Full Story
Natalee Holloway was a 18-year-old girl who went missing Aruba while on a graduation trip with friends. Find more Natalee Holloway news, pictures, and information here.