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Natalee Holloway's (search) mother leaves the island of Aruba for the first time since her daughter vanished. In an "On the Record" exclusive, we caught up with Beth Holloway Twitty and Natalee's stepfather George "Jug" Twitty at their Birmingham, Alabama home.

Plus, eyewitness reports of men dumping a body at an Aruban landfill led to a massive search. Investigators have been searching through two months worth of garbage desperately looking for any sign of the missing Alabama teen. We'll take you live to Aruba for an update.

Then, investigators have completed their search of the pond near the Marriott hotel. We'll go live to Aruba to tell you what they found with Natalee Holloway's aunt, Linda Allison.

And, a new clue has been found in the search for a missing Pennsylvania prosecutor. We'll be joined by Tony Gricar, Ray Gricar's (search) nephew, and Chief Duane Dixon with the Bellefonte Police Department.

It’s an exclusive look at the girl whose story captivated America.

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