Jawbone Cruise Ship Mystery Natalee Holloway Case
By: Michael Stevens
Published: Jan 3, 2021
Jawbone cruise ship mystery Natalee Holloway case. Human jawbone prompts cruise ship investigation of Natalee Holloway mystery. Authorities are now investigating another case after human remains were found.
A jawbone washed up on a beach in Aruba late last year, but it wasn't Natalee Holloway's, but investigators say it might be linked to a case that involves 10 people who vanished.
What authorities know is that the people vanished from the Caribbean in the last 15 years. The jawbone that was found is human and likely was from a Caucasian. It held a single tooth.
One of the missing is Amy Lynn Bradley, then 23, who disappeared 12 years ago while on a vacation cruise with her family.
"We believe that our daughter is alive, but being held captive by someone," Ron and Iva Bradley said in a statement. They say they had a sighting in 2005 they believe was credible, when a witness said he saw their daughter in a Barbados restaurant bathroom.
The Bradleys' complained that no one looked closely at their daughter's disappearance echoes the complaints during the early days of the Natalee Holloway investigation. Holloway's parents also complained of a lack of urgency by the authorities when she disappeared during a senior class trip to Aruba in May 2005. To this day, authorities have no resolution as to what happened to their daughter five years ago.