From The Birmingham News, Keeping Natalee in the spotlight is a rather interesting article on a families and most notable Beth Twitty’s efforts to keep her daughters mysterious disappearance in the spot light.
“I learned pretty quickly that when you’re desperately searching for a missing child, the news media is your best friend,” says Twitty, who moved back to Mountain Brook last week after three-and-a-half months in Aruba.
This is a must read story that details the many aspects of strength an perseverance as to what is needed to even attempt to maintain a daughter’s disappearance to so keep it the focal point in the medias eye in an attempt to uncover the truth. We can all empathize and sympathize with Beth as we have come to know her over the months; however, it is fair to say none of us really want to ever know what it is like to walk in her shoes.
“People feel like they know Beth now, and they want to hear about the case from her,” Moret says. “It’s like she’s become a part of their family. How many parents do you know who can’t identify with a mother who just wants to find her child?”