Are beth holloway and john ramsey still dating
John Ramsey and Beth Holloway Twitty Are Dating Monday, June 04, 2007 By Carol Mc Kinley E-MAIL STORY PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION In a match made in tabloid heaven, the father of murdered child beauty queen Jon Benet Ramsey and the mother of missing-in-Aruba teen Natalee Holloway are dating, FOX News has confirmed.
John Ramsey, 63, and Beth Holloway Twitty, 46, have been romantically involved since January 2007, though the two met at a fundraiser last summer.
I do want to keep being positive and look toward the future and see what we can do for others," Beth says.
"But I still feel strongly that something unexpected could happen.
After leaving the casino to go to dinner, van der Sloot, along with his two friends, brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe, arrived at the bar at about a.m.
Friends say that Natalee and van der Sloot danced, talked and did some shots of alcohol together. Police questioned van der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers in connection with Natalee's disappearance.
But instead of being charged with a crime, they were released again and the case against them was closed.
Beth: "We've been really careful in trying not to speculate too much. different stories of what they gave to interrogators to explain what they did with her that night." Oprah: "Do you still believe Joran and the Kalpoe brothers had something to do with your daughter's disappearance? I mean, when we look back, we've really tried to look outside of the circle of these three suspects.
The day after graduation, Natalee joined 124 other students and seven adults for a five-day vacation to the Caribbean island of Aruba to celebrate.
For the first few days of her trip, Natalee spent time with friends at the beach and hotel pool, and—since the legal drinking age in Aruba is 18—hanging out in the casino having drinks.
When the bar closed at 1 a.m, Natalee was seen getting into a Deepak Kalpoe's car, along with van der Sloot and Satish Kalpoe. They were taken into custody early in the investigation, but authorities had little evidence and eventually released them.
In November 2007, the three men were re-arrested in what appeared to be a break in the case.