Lifetime Movie Network has Gone into Production to make “The Natalee Holloway Story” Missing in Aruba
ARUBA, NOT SO FAST … SO YOU WANTED YOUR TOURISM BACK AND PEOPLE TO FORGET NATALEE … NOT HAPPENING
Aruba, did you think the story of Natalee Holloway was going away and that you were just going to sweep Natalee’s disappearance under the Aruban sand? Your many efforts to depress search efforts and discounts leads and confessions will never make people not remember what happened in Aruba in 2005 and how Aruban officials helped cover up Natalee’s disappearance. The Lifetime Movie Network has gone into production for a made for TV movie based on the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba.
Lifetime Movie Network has gone into preproduction on a telefilm based on the real-life story of Natalee Holloway, a teenager who disappeared in 2005 during a senior class vacation in Aruba.
The tentatively titled “The Natalee Holloway Story,” from Sony Pictures TV and executive producers Judith Verno and Frank Von Zerneck, is based on the book “Loving Natalee: A Mother’s Testament of Hope and Faith,” by Holloway’s mother, Beth Twitty.
The movie, airing in 2009, will tell the story of Holloway, whose disappearance captured the attention of the national media, and Twitty’s efforts to discover the truth about what happened to her daughter.
We had actually known about this news for quite some time; however, had promised Beth Holloway not to spill the beans. I had recently discussed the up coming movie with Beth Holloway while in Orlando, FL on a search for missing Caylee Anthony. Now that the cat is out of the bag, we will be discussing the up coming movie more in the not too distant future. Once again, the world will see what transpired in Aruba, the obstacles and road blocks provided from Aruban officials and how little a family was helped to find their missing daughter.
Lifetime to make ‘Holloway’ movie; Drama tells the story of missing Alabama teen
The ripped-from-the-headlines pic will dramatize the story of the 18-year-old Alabama woman who disappeared in May 2005 during a high school trip to Aruba. Although no body was recovered, it’s been widely speculated that she was murdered.
The network will be “working closely” with Holloway’s mother, Beth Twitty, said LMN senior veep in charge of original movies, Tanya Lopez, “to raise awareness of how to keep our children safe at all times.”
Make no mistake about it, the quest continues to find answers into the disappearance of Natalee Holloway and to bring her home. Aruba, this story will never be forgotten. Sooner or later you will cooperate and help bring … JUSTICE FOR NATALEE.