Topics and Guests: July 18

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Four strands of long blond hair washed ashore in a remote area of Aruba. Could this be the key clue in the Natalee Holloway (search) case? We'll get reaction from Natalee's stepfather, George "Jug" Twitty.

Plus, what kind of clues can investigators hope to get from these hairs and the duct tape they were attached to? We'll ask forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden.

Police took Joran van der Sloot to the beach this weekend. What did Joran show them? And who was at his side? We'll get a live report from Tito Lacle, investigative reporter with Aruba Today.

A gruesome discovery is made in Aruba. Was it a human bone? And could it be a clue in the Holloway investigation? The tourist who made the discovery goes "On the Record."

And, how will all these strange discoveries impact the criminal case? We'll get the legal lowdown from Greta's legal eagles:

• Chris Lejuez, Aruban attorney
Jeff Brown, criminal defense attorney
Jayne Weintraub, criminal defense attorney
Jeanine Ferris Pirro, former Westchester County judge and current Westchester County district attorney
Ted Williams, defense attorney and former D.C. homicide detective

And, Jayne Seymour (search) explains why she decided to bare it all in the her new movie, "The Wedding Crashers."

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