Into the Deep: The Hidden Confessions of Natalee's Killer

Into the Deep: The Hidden Confessions of Natalee's Killer

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by Andrew G. Hodges
     
 
"He tried so hard to hide the truth!"

He is Deepak Kalpoe, one of three prime suspects in the May 30, 2005 disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway on the tiny Caribbean island of Aruba.

Five days after the attractive blonde vanished, Kalpoe wrote a lengthy and ultimately revealing email to a friend. That email-between the lines- tells the

Overview

"He tried so hard to hide the truth!"

He is Deepak Kalpoe, one of three prime suspects in the May 30, 2005 disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway on the tiny Caribbean island of Aruba.

Five days after the attractive blonde vanished, Kalpoe wrote a lengthy and ultimately revealing email to a friend. That email-between the lines- tells the whole sordid story of Natelee Holoway's last night on earth.

Forensic psychiatrist Andrew Hodges utilizes a pioneering method of "thoughtprint decoding" based on the unconscious mind's universal urge to tell the truth. In Kalpoe's email Hodges found a greatly detailed and graphic unconscious confession-the real story of what transpired that dark night on the white, sandy beaches of Aruba.

Decoding Deepak's hidden messages scene by scene, he unlocks a Pandora's Box of sexual seduction, deceit and depravity.

Prepare yourself for shock after shock as you delve "Into the Deep" to learn what really happened to Natalee Holloway on that awful night in Aruba - a paradise that suddenly turned into her own personal hell.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781961725539
Publisher:
Village House Publishers
Publication date:
08/28/2007
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Psychiatrist Andrew Hodges' pioneering new method of forensic profiling (thoughtprint decoding) has been praised by law enforcement experts, including FBI agents, as the "cutting edge of forensic science." Hodges shows how suspects unconsciously confess between the lines (in both written and oral communications). Called the ultimate 'mindhunter,' he authored two highly acclaimed books on the JonBenet Ramsey case.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Don't waste your money on this book. I am a true crime avid reader and this is the worst book on the subject. I am all for finding the truth behind Natalee's disappearance and while we all probably assume she was killed by the three guys in question, I think Andrew Hodges's 'interpretation' is nothing more than a cruel and disgusting made-up nightmare. I felt like I was reading a tabloid magazine. This book is offensive to Natalee's memory and to her mother. It should be removed from bookshelves.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is by far the worst true 'crime' book I have ever encountered. I personally think the author is way out there. He reads like you have a clue of his 'special field' and then repeats and repeats and repeats. And I found no conclusion after all that tedious reading.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is nothing more ridiculous than this book, save your money. 'Thoughtprints' indeed, Dr. Hodges offers nothing new and I can only imagine how Natalee's family would feel after reading this garbage. If this is the future of law enforcement we are all in trouble.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dr Hodges' theory of confession by Deepak Kalpoe rather puts Natalee Holloway's mother in quite a quandy now doesn't it? If Dr Hodges is to be taken seriously, it means that Beth Holloway is in love with a pervert and murderer of his own daughter. Will Beth Holloway choose her daughter Natalee or her boyfriend, John Ramsay. We should all be very afraid of those who purport to convict people of homicide on the basis of their reading between the lines of those they don't know and have never met.