But the slightest possibility that an answer is out there seems to be enough to keep viewers coming back for more.If you shake the puzzle hard enough, maybe, just maybe, the pieces will settle into place.Johnny Deppplays one of the lead investigators on Biggie's case in the upcoming film is slated for early next year.
But despite the world having identified a real piece of scum of the earth in Van Der Sloot, Natalee's body was never found nor has there been any real closure for Beth and Dave Holloway, the teen's parents who've tirelessly never given up their quest for justice."I have my answer as to what happened to Natalee, and he's sitting in prison in Peru," Beth said on last year.
She continued, "Justice is being served for Stephany Flores, thank God. But justice has not been served for Natalee." Van Der Sloot at one point promised to tell the Holloways what happened to their daughter in exchange for 0,000, ,000 of which Beth wired into his account, only to get more lies from him in return.
I never dreamed it would be 10 years, and we would not have a solid answer."Dave Holloway's ongoing search for answers is now featured in the new Oxygen docu-series this morning, Holloway and investigator T. Ward revealed that DNA testing is underway on human remains found during the course of an 18-month investigation, all of which will be addressed on the show."When we determined these remains were human, I was shocked,'' Holloway told Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie.
"I know there's a possibility this could be someone else, and I'm just trying to wait and see."Holloway also revealed that they were put in touch via an informant with a man whom they said had direct knowledge about what happened to his daughter.
Natalee Ann Holloway (born October 21, 1986) was an American teenager whose disappearance made international news after she vanished on May 30, 2005, while on a high school graduation trip to Aruba.
Holloway was scheduled to fly home from Aruba on May 30, 2005 but she failed to appear for her flight.A.'s biggest thoroughfares in front of seemingly countless eyewitnesses.His slaying, often taken into account with the equally unsolved murder six months prior of hip-hop nemesis Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas, has made for countless conspiracy theories as the evidence has been sifted through the years, the net encompassing an ever-growing cast of characters.Ryan Murphy unspooled , the first season of which will tackle the 1989 murders of Kitty and Jose Menendez at the hands of their sons, Lyle and Erik.And then of course there's the rapid speed at which Lifetime churns out true crime sagas, including the upcoming , starring U. actress Alana Boden as the titular 14-year-old who was kidnapped from her bedroom and held captive for nine months not all that far from her Utah home.Even some officially solved cases feel open again thanks to series probing the timeline of events, such as Netflix'sboth of which took on the cases of convicted murderers and poked various holes (blatantly in the former's case and more subtly in the latter) in the prosecution's story. Rehashing certain crimes never gets old, and in fact it has become most high-concept to come up with a fresh viewpoint and re-tell the tale, especially if new information is beyond our grasp.