“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.
Dr. Hodges demonstrated the accuracy of his profiling method when suspect Joran Van der Sloot later confessed in a taped undercover video to the exact death scenario Hodges previously uncovered in the hidden confessions of all three perpetrators.
- Andrew Hodges is the ultimate “mindhunter.” In this book he retells the Natalee Holloway story from inside the mind of a major suspect—one of the last people to see the victim alive, and one of only three who know what really happened. Hodges is a practicing psychiatrist who knows how to read the forensic roadmaps to the unconscious.Patrick J Callahan, PhD, FAPA, ABPS Fellow, American College of Forensic Examiners
- In this book, Dr. Hodges steps ‘out of the box’ of conventional law enforcement forensic techniques and shares a remarkable method that reveals the ultimate truth—the kind of truth that is usually thought to be safely locked away. What a powerful tool—law enforcement should wrap its collective arms around this!Janice WindhamSupervisory Special Agent (Retired), FBI