Discussion in '2000's Missing' started by Emi, Jul 10, 2017.
That's not the actual photograph ^
This is :
For those in the last thread who wanted to see it, Episode One is now up on the net for FREE on the Oxygen channel. Hope you guys outside the US can view on the site. :seeya:
The Disappearance Of Natalee Holloway
Saturdays 7/6c & 9/8c
What is the link for the source of that image?
Here is one source Harmony
"This is the photo Patti Muldowney snapped while snorkeling in Aruba during her vacation in November, 2009. Patti and her husband John want investigators to see if the photo shows the remains of Natalee Holloway who disappeared on a high school graduation trip in 2005."
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...olloway-Dug-bones-young-European-woman-s.html prelim tests show bones are that of Eastern European decent and of girl which is consistent with victim
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I was about to post this hoping this really is Natalee
I am hopeful that this bone will belong to Natalee. If so, it will end the pain this family has gone through looking for her.
Wowww! Sad and glad if this is really Natalee.
Hope it's her... for her families' sake.
I believe it's her remains. Amazing that the Aruba police didn't manage to destroy all the evidence before this was found. Details at the Daily Mail article.
Closure is not happy, but it's better than never knowing, I think. I've had closure in a few violent deaths which affected me personally- women killed by men they knew, or loved, or were married to.
Prison is not an even exchange for the life of a loved one, but sometimes, it's as close as we can get to justice in this world as civilized humane people.
I take comfort in knowing that Joran VDS has lost his " lawless champion" in his father, and is now at the mercy of sometimes- brutal international laws and prisons.
Amazing how close this feels to closure. Not getting my hopes up until it's confirmed but it sounds to me IMHO that this is most likely Natalee, unless there are other young women missing from Aruba? Too bad they didn't say how long the bones had been there or their condition.
Human remains found in search for Natalee Holloway belong to female of eastern European descent, tests show
jawbone that's found is only that of a woman according to the video in the article
Hoping this is Natalee
WOW. Hoping and praying (along with the rest of you!!) that this is Natalee.
They looked at the jawbone (molars with dental fillings) to determine that this woman was of Eastern European descent. Eastern Europe uses dental amalgam with mercury. It seems very unlikely that Natalie had cheap fillings with mercury.
According to this they are using mitochondrial DNA, which can't reveal gender. The remains are from a caucasian of eastern european decent. But with the mitochondrial DNA sample from Beth, they'll be able to determine if it's Natalee or not.
Are you referring to the articles of VDS and the jawbone story... well... back in 2010 ?
"The Dutch-language newspaper de Telegraaf reported that the bone -- thought to be the lower half of a human jaw -..." article with video
A jawbone found on an Aruban beach earlier this month may belong to a young woman, but her name is not Natalee Holloway, DNA tests show. The discovery of a jawbone with an intact molar raised hopes yet again that Natalees parents would have some closure...
Above from 2010.
Just sickens me as to how others now are adding to pain and now making the story as to ....she was cremated, and her remains were thrown at low (or was it high?) tide (WTH... he remembers low vs. high tide for embellishment?) as these sickos know that her parents now just want her remains, yet the story now destroys that hope by saying she was cremated.
Did I miss something about a "jaw bone" ? I just don't see that there. I might be blind though, lol. All I see is "bone fragments". Where is the jaw bone coming from, TIA.
It was in the video
Well, it won't let me watch the video. But thank you anyway. :sheesh:
I actually don't even see a video to watch.
Hi , Rayemonde !! Long time no see! :wave: