New Evidence In Case Of Missing High School Senior
In 2005, high school graduate Natalee Holloway and almost her entire senior class took a celebratory trip to Aruba. It was the beginning of a new phase in Natalee’s life and a celebration of the end of four years hard work.Natalee and her friends spent a week drinking, dancing, and partying it up in Aruba.
After all, when she returned home to Alabama, she’d be going to college for pre-med: she wanted to be a doctor. Unfortunately, Natalee Holloway would never make her return flight home. Her parents’ search for her would captivate the entire world…
1. Who was Natalee
Natalee was the eldest of three born to David and Beth Holloway of Clinton, Mississippi. When her parents divorced in 1993, she and her younger brother Matthew wound up being raised by their mother. Her mother, Beth, remarried in 2000 to a prominent Alabama businessman named George “Jug” Tweety, and the family moved in with him in Mountain Brook, Alabama. In school, Natalee was a member of the National Honor Society, the school dance squad, and was a participant in many other extracurricular activities.
2. Senior Trip
It was the start of a new adventure for 18-year old Natalee Holloway. She had just graduated with honors from her high school in Mountain Brook, Alabama and was on her way to her freshman year at the University of Alabama on a pre-med track. Her parents had even consented to let her go on a trip with her senior classmates to Aruba before they all headed off to separate schools. It was going to be the adventure of a lifetime…