Attempted Kidnapper Stabbed To Death, Kidnapper Claimed To Cremate Missing Teen Natalee Holloway’s Remains

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Natalee Holloway went missing in 2005

ABOVE VIDEO: Authorities in southwestern Florida said Wednesday that a man who claimed he disposed of missing teenager Natalee Holloway’s remains in Aruba was fatally stabbed by a woman he was trying to kidnap. (Fox 13 Video)

NORTH PORT, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – Authorities in southwestern Florida said Wednesday that a man who claimed he disposed of missing teenager Natalee Holloway’s remains in Aruba was fatally stabbed by a woman he was trying to kidnap.

Police in North Port, approximately 60 miles south of Tampa, said 32-year-old John Christopher Ludwick was pronounced dead at a local hospital after 7 a.m. Investigators say Ludwick attacked the unidentified woman in her driveway and was stabbed in the ensuing struggle.

Authorities said Ludwick and his would-be victim knew each other, but declined to elaborate.

Last year, Ludwick claimed that Joran van der Sloot — the prime suspect in Holloway’s disappearance — paid him $1,500 to dig up her body in 2010, five years after the 18-year-old vanished on the Dutch Caribbean island.

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