A Mother's Message Calls Attention To Safety

A Mother's Message Calls Attention To Safety

Beth Holloway spoke at the Convention Center as part of the Laura Bush Institute on Women's Health. Holloway's daughter, Natalie, disappeared in Aruba in 2005.
Eight years ago Beth Holloway's 18 year old daughter Natalee disappeared while on vacation with friends on the island of Aruba.  She was never found after last being seen with a Dutch man named Joran Van Der Sloot.  Since then, Holloway has become an author and advocate for women's safety. She told her story tonight at the Convention Center for an event sponsored by the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health.  One of Holloway's strongest messages is for young women to have a plan to return home when they go out to have fun.
Van Der Sloot is the prime suspect in Natalee's disappearance in 2005.  He's in prison in South America for killing a young Peruvian woman.
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