Tuesday, November 27, 2007


There have been a lot of developments over the last week. Most of them expected. And long over due.

So what will be happening next?

Today (Tuesday, November 27, 2007) the ship that will be making the journey to search for Natalee in the waters off the coast of Aruba will be making a trial run in the Gulf. A test run to make sure all equipment is working properly and functioning as designed. Equipment this complex needs to be throughly tested. If all goes well and as expected, the ship will depart tomorrow morning.

Who will be going on the mission?

Not Dave Holloway. Mr. Holloway will be there tomorrow morning to see the ship off as it departs for Aruba and the mission to find his daughter's remains. Dave Holloway will remain at home and in constant contact with the operators of the ship and will be updated as new info becomes available. The journey will take approximately 8 to 10 days to reach it's intended target. I expect the ship to reach the waters off Aruba sometime between Thursday, the 6th, and Saturday the 8th.

There has been a lot of misinformation in the press lately. Such as; the N.Y. Times article that stated Mr. Holloway was already in Aruba. That article appears to have run on the 24th or 25th. Mr. Holloway is at home and will not be traveling to Aruba at this time. Things could change, but as of now, there are no plans to make that trip.

So, is it wrong to expect a miracle?

No, it's not. And Hope Springs Eternal.

And I sincerely hope that this is IT and Natalee is found and receives the proper burial she so deserves. And so she may finally rest in peace.

->more as it becomes available.

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