Natalee Holloway Cold Case Exhibit Unveiled at the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in Washington by John Walsh & Beth Holloway
The never ending battle for “Justice for Natalee.”
The spotlight has once again been shown of the case of the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba. Alabama teen Natalee Holloway went missing in Aruba on May 30, 2005. After all the media spotlight, after all the arrests, the searches, the interrogation, the suspect lies and admissions of guilt there have been no new recent leads in the case. The National Museum of Crime and Punishment is helping to put the case back in the spotlight as Natalee’s case is the newest addition to the Unsolved Crimes exhibit.
Beth Holloway attended the unveiling Monday afternoon in Northwest Washington to honor her daughter.
“In some way I hope Natalee’s case can represent a lot of these young adults that are missing and are most likely murdered,” Holloway told Fox 5.
John Walsh, the host of Fox’s America’s Most Wanted, stood by her side at the museum. Police determined a deceased drifter decapitated Walsh’s 6-year-old son. The announcement last December, brought to close a case that has haunted the Walsh family for more than two decades.
“Finding him murdered so horribly was unbearable but at least that ended that chapter of our lives. Beth Holloway doesn’t have that closure,” Walsh said.
Some of the other missing person cases that Beth Holloway referenced and the sad an unfortunate long list. There is an endless list of young adults missing.