Topics and Guests: October 13

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Missing in Paradise: We'll get an update in search for answers in the Natalee Holloway (search) case from Natalee's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty and her attorney Helen Lejuez.

Ben Fawley was one of the last people to see Taylor Behl (search) alive. There is evidence linking him to the spot where her body was found and his alibi is suspicious. Are police going to charge him with murder?

We'll get the legal lowdown from Greta's legal eagles:

• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney

Plus, a young mother disappeared without a trace in August. Her estranged husband was the last known person to see her alive. Why did he spend three nights in jail after reporting her missing? And can he lead police to her?

And later, were the Minnesota Vikings "out of bounds" on a wild party cruise? Police spoke with the boats' crew on Thursday. Did they learn anything that could land the players behind bars?

These stories and much more! Don't miss your chance to go "On the Record" tonight!

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