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Aruba medium

Officials in Aruba have now turned to a higher power to help find Natalee Holloway. MSNBC-TV's Dan Abrams talks to medium Mary Ann Morgan about how she can help to search effort.

Keeping an open mind in desperate times can be as essential as keeping faith.  Together with officials in Aruba, Natalee Holloway's family turned to a higher power to help find the missing teen. 

“Natalee contacted me several weeks ago and I spoke to her briefly in the middle of the night," says Mary Ann Morgan, a medium helping on the case.  "She gave me seven pages of detailed notes and from those, she gave a message to her father, a message to her mother, details about how, when, why, what and where everything happened and that's what I took with me to Aruba.”

Police usually don't rely on the occult as standard protocol, but Aruban detectives are using every tool at their disposal.

“I'm a medium and I'm a search tool, just like the divers or the dogs or the searchers,” says Morgan. 

However, Morgan notes, "Natalee is unfindable" because most of her research isn't specific enough to pinpoint exact details.

Aruban detectives and Houston based Equusearch have been given access to the medium’s notes.

Natalee’s father Dave Holloway says Morgan's findings include “obscure information about myself and my family that no one else would know.”

Morgan primarily works to make contact with the dead and recover valuable information.  To her, “we live on through eternity, death is an illusion that we deal with here in this reality.”

Natalee Holloway disappeared May 30.

Watch the 'Abrams Report' for more analysis and interviews on the top legal stories each weeknight at 6 p.m. ET on MSNBC TV.