Back in June, 2005, media outlets all over the country, like USA Today, were reporting on Dave Holloway's 18-year-old daughter Natalee, who went missing in Aruba while on a high school graduation trip. 10 years later, the Natalee Holloway case has resurfaced per reports of new information coming to light. CNN correspondent Martin Savidge's exposé on the matter aired on the Anderson Cooper 360 television program, and was uploaded to the CNN YouTube channel on May 27, 2015. In it, Savidge details how Mr. Holloway will not be satisfied until he learns the truth. 

"It's been a decade of false hopes, and dead ends," explains Savidge in regards to Holloway's experience since his daughter's disappearance. Three years after the incident, for example, Savidge reveals how Holloway received a call from a "mysterious man," who claimed to have vital information on the event, and further, says he knows where Natalee's body can be found. 

In the exclusive interview with Savidge, Holloway reports thinking that this strange caller was "another crazy." Dave had combed nearly every square-inch of Aruba and wasn't willing to believe the man's claim, so he shrugged it off like the other misguided claims that he had heard up to that point. In March 2015, however, Savidge says Hollow received a call from a Dutch journalist claiming to know the whereabouts of an individual who purportedly witnessed Natalee's death.

"Who are you referring to?" Holloway asked the journalist in regards to the alleged witness. After going over the details with the journalist, Holloway seems to have a moment of clarity and tells the Dutchman, "Well that sounds like the same guy who contacted me back in 2008." Holloway expresses his skepticism to Savidge, however, stating, "I have gone through so many of these where they had details and facts and it turned out to be nothing."

In light of this lead coming back to the forefront, Holloway hired a private investigator to get some information on the witness. According to Holloway, the investigator came back confirming that the witness passed a voice analysis examination. Savidge tells CNN that the witness' name is Jurriën de Jong and he lives in Amsterdam. Jurriën de Jong's upcoming interview with CNN aims to shed light on whether or not his claims are true.