Dave Holloway: “There is always hope of finding Natalee alive; however, police are saying to look in the sea”
From Diario, October 26, 2005:
Dave Holloway has extended his original stay in Aruba to continue the search for his daughter Natalee Holloway. The water searches continue in hopes of finding any clues in to Natalee Holloway’s disappearance.
According to Holloway, the case is continuing forward, he said to commissioner Dompig that he hopes that they can find answers on important questions about the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.
As any father would, Dave Holloway continues to remain positive in his search for his daughter as the police tell him to “look to the sea”.
According to Dave Holloway, the hope always remains, however he explained that the police corps indicated to him in which direction to look and at the moment all indications from the police is to look in the sea.
Everyone who does not have a first hand personal connection to the family or Natalee Holloway should take a long hard look at the difficulty that Dave Holloway and the rest of the Holloway and Twitty family must be enduring in search for Natalee some five months after her disappearance. The translated story from Diario (Hat Tip: Get a Grip)
ORANJESTAD(AAN): Recently DIARIO conversed with the father of Natalee Holloway, Dave Holloway, about the fact that he’s back in Aruba.
According to Holloway, the plan was to start searching where Dompig pointed, where perhaps the could find something. DIARIO asked Natalee’s father what he thinks of how the case is going.
More from A.M. Digital; Dave’s hope is to find her alive, Although everything else indicates otherwise.
For those that think this may be about media attention or complain about the fact that a family just won’t give up. Would anyone of us if we were in Dave’s shoes? And who of us would want to be? All other problems in life would seem to pale in comparison than searching for your missing daughter in the seas.
Dave Holloway also said that, although they have hopes to find Natalee alive the police, who are more experienced in these cases, say that they should look for a body, and that is what they are doing.