THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - A Dutch crime reporter Sunday is to reveal the results of a five-month undercover investigation he says will solve the mysterious disappearance of Alabama teen Natalie Holloway.
Holloway vanished in May 2005 just before she was due to fly from the Caribbean island of Aruba to Mountain Brook at the end of her high school graduation trip. No trace of her has been seen since.
The ABC television network has bought the rights to the show and is expected to air a show Monday night.
Peter de Vries will outline his version of events in a two-hour
show that includes hidden camera recordings of Dutch student Joran
van der Sloot, a former suspect who denies any involvement in
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