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  • Comments

    16 Responses to “The Dana Pretzer Show on Scared Monkeys Radio – Thursday, December 20, 2007 – Guests Include Dr. Sharon Morris May, John Goodwin and George “Jug” Twitty”

    1. Miss-Underestimated on December 20th, 2007 10:42 pm

      The “Power of Ink” I love it.

      The internet can be a fantastic place to let people be aware. Aware of the dangers of Aruba.

    2. Miss-Underestimated on December 20th, 2007 11:01 pm

      Thanks Jug & Dana . Excellent show. Really informative. Keep the truth out there.

    3. ldstlou on December 20th, 2007 11:05 pm

      Great interview. Thank you Jug for being so straight forward and honest with us.
      God Bless you, you are a true hero.

    4. Tamikosmom on December 20th, 2007 11:13 pm

      Dana … thank you and special thanks to all your guests.


    5. Tamikosmom on December 20th, 2007 11:30 pm

      Jug … my prayer is that our God will grant your desire … your heartfelt desire which you articulated just 1½ months after your precious stepdaughter went missing on Aruban soil.



      Jug Twitty
      ‘Scarborough Country’
      July 14, 2005

      TWITTY: … Beth and I have been through this emotional roller coaster. And all we want is Natalee, whether she’s alive or dead. We want to bring her back to the United States, and we’ll leave and they can do whatever they want to do.

    6. katablog.com on December 21st, 2007 1:21 am

      Wow! Jossy is just as we’ve thought – a true hero.

      Jacobs – puppet

      Paulus – coward, evil

      Vander Stratten – covered up, dirty, lied to Jug’s face

      PM – wishy washy, no power (I think Jug’s mistaken) I think he does have power and welds it like a weapon. I think he is the reason for the retraction and most every thing else.

    7. Steve Holloway on December 21st, 2007 2:38 am

      Hello Jug. May God bless you and try to have a good Christmas. Steve Holloway

    8. downloadingdaddy on December 21st, 2007 3:36 am

      To Jug Twitty, You are a truly awesome human being I Pray for closure for you beth and dave.

    9. Dolf on December 21st, 2007 6:29 am

      I might not agree with the tone used by some ppl here.

      But I think we all agree in that we wish closure for the Holloway/Twitty family.

    10. Scared Monkeys on December 21st, 2007 10:22 am

      #9 Dolf,

      Its always been about providing answers and justice for this family. Something that the Aruban officials never intended to do from the start. This was orchestrated from the outset … That is obvious.

    11. katablog on December 21st, 2007 10:58 am

      Dolf: People get totally frustrated because it’s impossible to belief some of the cr*p Aruba has pulled and the absolute misery they have put Natalee’s family through after a horrific situation arose.

      We hurt for Natalee’s family. For 2.5 years we have watched them endure horrors beyond belief. At times it certainly appears that Aruba actual does things to poke at the Holloway and Twitty families and increase their pain. Why would a country’s officials do that? How could any human being be so indescribably cruel to parents who have already lost their precious daughter?

      I disagree with making fun of Anita’s (or anyone else’s – no one can help it if they are ugly) appearance and I disagree with the threats of violence; that said, I do understand the helplessness and pain that bring on these emotions. As da_wench so elegantly stated in another threat, it’s up to each of us to make sure we do not allow Aruba to control our emotions.

      We despise evil but we must not despise the evil doers. That doesn’t mean we are going to ignore what has happened in Aruba and it certainly doesn’t mean any of us will travel there for vacation.

    12. mayan_moons on December 21st, 2007 4:56 pm

      Jug i admire you so for doing everything you possibly could to find Natalee. You are a good man and have my utmost respect and admiration and have been in my prayers since the beginning

    13. brie on December 21st, 2007 5:21 pm

      Straaten and Paulus were up to no good from the very beginning. But they didn’t count on Beth, Dave, Jug and many others at their doorstep. Even helped supply information to the authorities, which they either lost or destroyed. It’s just such a pity.

    14. CapslockWizard on December 21st, 2007 5:30 pm

      I do think that we all got it wrong..

      If the Investigators cannot find Nathalie is because they are searching and looking in the wrong places.
      If you ask yourself this question: “Where would I hide a body so that nobody will find it?”
      The answers are a lot of places can be used, but for a logic thinker there is only one answer.
      And form all the articles that I have read, nobody have suggested and even mention this place.
      Lets test the Logic:
      In Aruba in when someone dies, they can be put to rest in two forms.
      1. In the grounds
      2. In a Kelder with 4 or 6 rooms constructed out of brick and mortar above ground in public eye site in the cemetary. These Kelders belong to a Family and they buy these plots form the church in the cemetery and build the Kelders on it and leave it open for when the moment arrived you have a place to rest.
      Both types of method funerals will take place only in a CEMETARY.
      There are a lot of CEMETARY in Aruba and most of them have KELDERS and a lot are left OPEN for when he or she dies will be buried close in the Family plot.
      My logic:
      The reason that no one can find her is that she must be among all the dead in the cemetery and who is going to search a cemetery for a body where there is already a lot of body in the place.
      Logic test: You will never find an open grave in the ground because when someone dies in Aruba and need to be buried in the ground, the Funeral home in charge of the body will give orders to dig a grave for this person in a district in accordance with the family wishes.
      To dig a grave 6 feet deep and wide enough for a body will take a lot of time by hand. Beside the ground will look disturb by the cemetery keeper. So I believe that these 4 perps would not have the time to dig a grave.
      If you have a dead body on your hand and you need to hide it fast, the only way is to put it in an open Kelder and with only five to 6 bricks and and a bucket of cement and you are done. And if you want to make it look professional, can even give it a coat of paint color white which is the mostly use.
      This last process is very easy done with 3 or 4 person.
      a. Move dead body to a cemetery,
      b. Cemetry door closed, then jump the fence with the body.
      c. Inside the cemetery fined an open Kelder or break one open.
      d. Put body in it
      e. Go and get 6 pieces of bricks or use bricks that are in the cemetery already.
      f. Make cement in a bucket
      g. Use the bricks to close the small walls of the Kelder.
      h. Paint the wall
      And you are done.
      Now nobody can’t find her because we are looking outside the box, we have been looking too much outside the realm of logic. The Logic is, nobody is going to look in a cemetery and if you are going to search a cemetery, it will be difficult to search without disturbing the graves. And another drawback is that you need permission of the families to open all the Kelders.
      And this is my theory on this case and my logic thinking.

      SM: Yes, good thinking and I have wondered about that myself. There is a cemetary not far from the Sloot home (klaasend)

    15. CapslockWizard on December 21st, 2007 6:05 pm

      The Cemetary that are controlled by the churches and supervised are only 2, the one in San Nicholaas and the other is Santa Cruz

    16. Bob on December 22nd, 2007 12:53 am

      In the early days of 2005, I had a pet theory. For years before Natalee went missing, we used to vacation off and on at LaCabana. We would often see sewerage trucks running up & down the road to a property area adjacent to LaCabana and the Amsterdam facility. One day it was too hot to sit in the sun on the beach, so I grabbed a bottle of water and my camera and took a walk. A huge colorful lizzard crossed the road and scampered into the “field” which had a dirt road over which these sewerage trucks would enter. A small sign said “no entry”, but I was curious and tried to catch up to the lizzard to snap a closeup picture. While following this lizzard, a truck rumbled into the area and ‘backed up’ into a grove-like stand of low trees, where he appeared to be discharging his ‘liquid’ load into a large shaft-like hole. Obviously it smelled pretty bad there. Since the sign said “no entry”, I ducked so as not be seen and just watched the fellow dump his load, and drive off. I never did catch up to the lizzard during the time, I was ducking from view, it kept going.

      The point is: I have often thought that dropping a human body down one of these shaft-holes would be easy as pie. No one would ever go there to search for someone, but would be known by residents as a superior hiding place, and make whatever was dropped in there as unretrievable. Disgusting thought, but it keeps popping up in my thoughts very often. I doubt ANYONE ever looked in that area…..who would look into a cesspool-like hole?

      On the other hand…..moving Natalee into deep water by boat is a bit more plausible, that’s where I now lay my hopes for her find and return.

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