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Disturbing Discovery In Natalee Holloway Murder Revealed

It’s been 12 years since 18-year-old Natalee Holloway disappeared while vacationing in Aruba, and there remain a ton of unanswered questions about what happened to her. While it’s widely assumed that she was murdered by the man she was last seen with, Joran van der Sloot, no remains have ever been found. There may be an incredibly disturbing reason for that. As the New York Post shares, a new special on Holloway’s disappearance claims that her remains were mixed in with those of a dog to make the process of identifying her all the more challenging.

The explosive claims are made in an Oxygen series entitled “The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway.” An informant named Gabriel says that van der Sloot masterminded the whole thing. Holloway’s father, Dave, and private investigator T.J. Ward have been trying to get to the bottom of what happened, and what they uncovered is the premise of the new show.

“I can take you where I … I got the remains,” says a man named John Ludwick, a friend of van der Sloot. “It didn’t happen to my kid. Could have thrown it into the ocean, could have flushed it down the toilet. I don’t give a s**t.”

Holloway’s father can be heard wondering aloud why anyone would be friends with van der Sloot in the first place, and that leads him to another curious revelation.

“Why would anyone in their crazy mind want to be friends with him? And I found out that they actually became what I understand to be lovers,” he says.

Based on what the informant had to say, that doesn’t sound like mere speculation.

“Yeah, I was a little obsessed with him. We used to hook up with girls all the time and go out partying and gambling and stuff, and then one night we were having a threesome …. The problem was, the girl finished before us and passed the f*** out, cause we were all drunk as s***,” the informant says. “So then he’s like, um, ‘Don’t worry, just turn off the lights, this is how we do it in Europe.’ I’m like, ‘This ain’t no Brokeback Mountain s*** going down.’ He’s like, ‘Just shut up, it’ll all be over soon.’ After that there wasn’t no hesitation. We were all team players after that, getting each other off.”

Dave is hoping that the results of his investigation will ultimately lead to criminal charges being filed against those involved, but he understands that it’s unlikely. Authorities in Aruba officially closed the case back in 2008. The prime suspect, van der Sloot, is currently in prison in Peru on an unrelated murder charge. The prevailing theory suggests that he met Holloway, who was on a graduation trip at the time, dosed her with GHB, and took advantage of her before disposing of her body.

Source: New York Post
Photo: YouTube

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