Author Elena Ronda Reveals Insights on the Whereabouts of Natalee Holloway
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by BWW News Desk
According to an article recently released by mail Online News, Joran van Der Sloot, the prime suspect in the Natalee Holloway case, ask for forgiveness from the family of Stephany Flores, a women whom he admitted to killing five years after the controversial disappearance
In "Not in Water nor in Sand," the author recounts how she learned facts about the disappearance of a young girl named Natalee Holloway in June 2005. Albeit being an ordinary person, who experienced both happy and troubled times, Ronda began to experience a series of extraordinary awakenings, which led her to experience visions, visitation, and revelations.
Not wanting to turn her back on the quest to seek justice for the poor victim, Ronda became involved with solving the mystery, doing everything she could to help. Nonetheless, her efforts ended up in vain after being thwarted by interventions outside of her control. "Not in Water nor in Sand" is her attempt to document everything she learned about the case, hoping that in this way, she can still take part in bringing the truth out of the darkness and into the light.
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