Natalee Ann Holloway still has her own page on the FBI’s website, though not in the “Kidnappings/Missing Persons” section—unlike Kristin Smart, who for now remains catalogued that way since disappearing 25 years ago. A man whom detectives have suspected the entire time of killing Kristin back in 1996, when they were both 19-year-old college freshmen, was just charged with her murder in April, though investigators still haven’t found her body. The suspect has pleaded not guilty.
No trace of Natalee has ever been found, either, and her whereabouts remain unknown—but her case resides under “Seeking Information” rather than among the missing.
And actively seeking information is exactly what Natalee’s parents spent years doing, despite the reluctant acknowledgment that their daughter’s life likely ended on the island of Aruba on the morning of May 30, 2005, hours before she and the rest of her fellow high school graduates who’d made the celebratory trip to the Caribbean were supposed to board a plane back to the U.S.
News Source: EONLINE