In 2006, an extremely detailed profile of both the case and Beth Holloway's theories about Natalee appeared in .
When she first heard the news that Natalee missed her flight home from a post-high school trip to the Caribbean, "I knew immediately that my daughter had been kidnapped in Aruba," Beth said.
She continued her studies at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, where she received a master's degree in speech pathology.
After the couple divorced in 1993, she raised her two children on her own.
According to , within just a single day, Beth and her then-husband Jug Twitty traveled to Aruba in order to search for Natalee.
Months later, when no answers were uncovered, Beth said, "I'm putting together another strike against Aruba.
She has never released copies of the alleged statement, though she characterizes them as admissions of "sexual assault" However, Vinda de Sousa, former Holloway/Twitty family attorney from Aruba understood that the admission may have been for consensual sex.
Before he met Patsy, John Ramsey had married his college sweetheart, an elementary education major named Lucinda Pasch, in 1966.
The two were married for 12 years and had three children together: Elizabeth, Melinda, and John Andrew. In 1992, Elizabeth’s car careened into an oncoming truck on the interstate, killing her and her boyfriend.
On the night after Christmas 1996, six-year-old beauty queen Jon Benet Ramsey was beaten in the head, strangled, and possibly sexually assaulted.
Her lifeless body was left on the basement floor of her home.