Beth Twitty Speaks at Judson College to discuss International Safe Travels Foundation & Natalee’s disappearance
Beth Twitty spread the word of “safe travel” and discussed the disappearance of her daughter Natalee Holloway at Judson College, Alabama’s only all-female college. Beth Twitty continues to talk with college and high-school students alike across the United States and warn them of the dangers and to remind them to use caution when traveling. Beth was asked of the recent developments in Natalee Holloway’s case that the Dutch will be taking over jurisdictional control of the investigation.
“With their professionalism and expertise, they could certainly help provide some answers,” Beth Holloway Twitty said after speaking at Judson College. “I have met with Dutch officials, and they were dedicated to Natalee’s case.”
Beth Twitty then pledged to continue the fight to find answers in the disappearance of Natalee.
“I don’t know where she is, and I don’t know if she’s alive… but my quest to find out what happened to Natalee isn’t over yet,” Twitty said. “I love Natalee,” Twitty said. “I miss her very much and will continue to have hope that one day I will have answers.” (Montgomery Advertiser)
If Aruba ever wondered why the issue does not go away and why people continue their personal choice to boycott the island, they need to look no further than the continued efforts of Beth Twitty to make people aware. Every day, every month and every year Beth Twitty discusses “safe travel” and Aruba has become the face of that issue. This issue will never go away. How can it? The safety of our children is at stake.