I am interested in remote viewing and came across your website. I read your comments as to what you think happened to Natalee and I do not feel you are correct. I looked at her picture, concentrated and tried remote viewing her location. I saw her dead, seemed like death by asphyxiation or inability to breathe and I saw a sharply raised hill or mountain in the shape of a needle or cone. I saw a crate or some sort of wooden box of the kind that is used to package vegetables or perhaps part of a fence or something that resembles a fence. I went online thinking that perhaps Aruba has some prominent hill of some sort and came across a picture that looked exactly like what I had seen during my remote viewing session. It is called "Haystack". I do not know what other mountains are there but I am certain she is hidden or buried near a mountain and that it happened some time after her death. I also see something like a white T shirt or cloth. There is also an old car, dirty white or beige.
I believe I have abilities with remote viewing. I do not know if this could help the case. I hope it does. Perhaps you can do something with it, I am not sure if anyone would take it seriously.
Hi Marta, thank you for sending me this and would appreciate any help you can give me. I'm not concerning if I'm right or wrong...I do most of my work in dreams and so far they have been pretty accurate. Will post your work and anything else you may have to bring this case to a close.
I have read in june also the case of nathalee holloway on you site.
I have 10 minutes ago heard that nathalee has cald home last august en said she is a live and is not comming back home.
i have heard this from a investigator about 10 minuts ago, he also said that she was sexually abuse from her father.
Breaking news; arrests made in the Natalie Holloway case which you have been following for some time:
The three teens previously arrested have been re-arrested, but investigators have not revealed for what they are being charged.
Have a great day,
Hi, I see that Joran is one of those arrested...and I'm hoping this new evidence is related to her abduction, not her death.
By MARGARET WEVER, Associated Press Writer Wed Nov 21, 6:33 PM ET
ORANJESTAD, Aruba - Three young men previously detained as suspects in the 2005 disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway were re-arrested Wednesday, the Aruban public prosecutor's office said, citing new evidence in the case.
Joran van der Sloot of the Netherlands and two Surinamese brothers, Satish and Deepak Kalpoe, were arrested on suspicion of involvement in voluntary manslaughter and causing serious bodily harm that resulted in the death of Holloway, the prosecutor's office said in a statement.
Holloway, of Mountain Brook, Ala., was last seen leaving a bar with the three men on May 30, 2005, hours before she was scheduled to board a plane home with high school classmates celebrating their graduation on the Dutch Caribbean island. She was 18 at the time.
Hundreds of volunteers, Aruban soldiers, police and FBI agents spread out across the island for the missing teen. Later efforts would include divers, Dutch F-16 jets equipped with search equipment, and specially trained dogs. No trace was ever found of her.
Van der Sloot and the Kalpoe brother had previously been detained on suspicion of taking part in her death, but they denied involvement and a judge released them for lack of evidence.
Van der Sloot, 20, was re-arrested in the Netherlands, where he was attending university. The Kalpoe brothers — Deepak is 24, Satish, 21 — were taken into custody in Aruba.
Authorities "ordered their renewed arrest because further investigation into the disappearance has led to new incriminating evidence," the office said without providing further details. Officials there could not immediately be reached for further comment.
The brothers were expected to make an initial appearance in an Aruban court Friday, at which point prosecutors were expected to present the new evidence to a judge. A court date in the island had not yet been set for van der Sloot.
Wim de Bruin, a spokesman for the Dutch national prosecutor's office, said van der Sloot could be sent to Aruba without an extradition hearing and the transfer would occur "within several days."
In April, investigators from the Netherlands dug around the home of van der Sloot's family for two days without revealing what prompted the search. Then in May, Dutch and Aruban investigators visited the home where Deepak and Satish Kalpoe live with their parents for what authorities termed an "inspection," without revealing details.
Vinda de Sousa, an attorney Dave Holloway, Natalee's father, said she has left a message for the family but has not talked to them and is not privy to the new evidence.
"I'm as excited as the Holloway family can be," she said. "Anything new in this case, or any development, just gives you rekindled hope that one day this will be solved. I know the investigation never stopped
Breaking news concerning natalee holloway
Thank you, link posted.
Report: Phone Conversations Could Be New Evidence in Natalee Holloway Case
Friday, November 23, 2007
Recorded phone conversations between three suspects in the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway could be the evidence needed to propel the case forward, according to a Dutch newspaper.
Citing anonymous detectives in Aruba, De Telegraff reported Friday that police have taped conversations between Joran van der Sloot and brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe from earlier this year which contradict their earlier testimony regarding Holloway's disappearance.
The Kalpoe brothers were arrested in Aruba Wednesday while police in the Netherlands took in Dutch college student van der Sloot.
"New material in the investigation" led to the arrests, prosecutors said — although they refused to reveal the nature of the new evidence.
Holloway, of Mountain Brook, Ala., was last seen leaving a bar with the three men on May 30, 2005, hours before she was scheduled to fly home with high school classmates celebrating their graduation on the Dutch Caribbean island. She was 18 at the time.
Hundreds of volunteers, Aruban soldiers, police and FBI agents — even Dutch air force planes — searched for the missing teen, but no trace was ever found.
Van der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers previously had been detained on suspicion of involvement in the woman's death, but they denied involvement and a judge released them for lack of evidence.
The Kalpoes' attorney, David Kock, did not return a call for comment Thursday, but told a local radio station that the latest arrests were "an action of despair."
"There was no reason for their arrest now," he said. "We will take all kinds of measures to give our clients their freedom as soon as possible."
Holloway's father said Thursday that he and a team of experts will now search for his daughter's body in the waters off Aruba.
Dave Holloway told The Associated Press he believes his daughter's body was thrown into the ocean in deeper waters than those already searched. He said he based that belief on conversations with a police official and a private forensic expert.
Holloway said a private boat owner is providing divers and sonar equipment with the ability to map the ocean floor.
"It's like this: we've searched all the land areas ... It's common knowledge on the island that if someone were to dispose of the body, it would be out in the ocean," he said by telephone.
Authorities never searched in waters deeper than 330 feet, so the family will do so now that it has the capability, equipment and expertise, Holloway said, adding that police would be alerted if anything is found.
"I hope I'm not going to be disappointed," Dave Holloway said. "We've seen these arrests and re-arrests in the past."
Van der Sloot's mother, Anita, denied her son was re-arrested and said he was merely being taken to Aruba "for a final reconstruction."
She said by telephone that investigators had recently questioned her family and that of the Kalpoe brothers.
"The questions they asked were so obvious: things like, 'Why did Joran leave his shoes on the beach,"' she said, referring to the place where her son said he kissed Holloway alone before her disappearance. "I think it's ridiculous after two-and-a-half years to be doing this."
Van der Sloot was expected to arrive in Aruba sometime Friday evening.
In April, investigators from the Netherlands dug around the home of van der Sloot's family for two days without revealing what prompted the search. Then in May, Dutch and Aruban investigators visited the home where Deepak and Satish Kalpoe live with their parents for what authorities termed an "inspection."
do you still think natalee is aalive and living in Columbio?
Hi, yes I do.
Hi are you serious I am so in to this case and have just stumbled across yourwebsite. Trying to catch up on all your notes it would take forever I really do believe in psychics and value your opinion. Why do you think she ran away. What about all this new evidence they are saying that they have that she is dead. Has she been in contact w/ anyone in her family.
Hi, I believe she was involved in human trafficking, and for one reason or another, does not want to be found. Could be the type of work she is involved in...if they have evidence she is dead, then I guess I'm wrong...but I hope not. I think her family maybe the main reason she does not want to be found, so no, I do not think so.
well has anyone in law enforcement been contacted with your beliefs. why has noone gone to colombia. If it was my daughter no matter what i beleived in psychic belief or not i would go where you told me to go what could it hurt. has beth or anyone in the family contacted you. I have been foloowing since day one and also believe strongly she was involved in human treaficing.
Hi, no they have not, and I do not know why people don't do allot of things...I post what I know, they can believe it or not...I cannot force someone to believe me, nor would I want to.
where is her home in colombia? Did she have a child? How has someone not notcied her the whole world knows who she is? Why don/t you try to get an address or phone number for her? What town is it in?
You are asking questions that have already been answered, please read the site.
is it you opinion that joran and the kalpoes were involved with th ethe humann trafficking of nat
Hi, yes I do.
oh i am sorry is it not ok to write you I have just stumbled on you and am fascinated. is it ok if I write you?
No problem, yes but I'm limited on the amount of time I can spend replying to emails...also remember, that everything I do is made public.
oh ok one more question and thats it do you do personal things like if I need help with something? what is the process to ask you?
Hi, this is it, I try and get to all requests as soon as possible.