It has been a full decade now since 18-year-old Natalee Holloway disappeared, and the mystery has captivated the nation ever since.

The Alabama native was on a five-day high school graduation trip to Aruba with more than 100 students and seven chaperones from Mountain Brook High School.

She was last seen getting into a vehicle outside of an Aruba nightclub on May 30, 2005. 

Greta Van Susteren, who has covered every twist and turn of the investigation since Natalee went missing, will now examine the mystifying case once again.

Greta returned to the island with Holloway's mother to investigate the bizarre twists and countless lies that have plagued the case from the start. 

You'll also learn about how the teen’s suspected killer, Joran van der Sloot, was almost caught in an FBI sting operation, but instead slipped out of Aruba and fled to Peru.

Tune in Saturday at 10p/1a ET for the Fox News special, "Greta Investigates: The Natalee Holloway Mystery, 10 Years Later."

Watch the opening of the show above.

Check out some of the facts and figures of the case below:

- Eleven people have been arrested or detained a total of 14 times in connection with Holloway’s disappearance.

- Van der Sloot has been arrested twice in the Alabama teen’s case, yet he has never been charged in connection with her disappearance.

- A 2009 Lifetime movie about Holloway drew 3.2 million viewers when it premiered and was the network’s highest-rated film.

- On May 11, 2009, as the fourth anniversary of Holloway's disappearance approached, her case was added to the cold case file at the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in Washington, D.C.

- In November 2010, a jaw bone washed up on a beach in Aruba, but a DNA test confirmed it did not belong to Holloway.

- Van der Sloot is currently imprisoned for the 2010 murder of Stephany Flores Ramirez, who was killed exactly five years after Holloway was last seen.

Van der Sloot, who was sentenced to 28 years, is eligible for parole in 2019. When he is released, he will be extradited to the U.S. on charges that he defrauded and extorted money from Beth Holloway.

- Natalee Holloway, who went missing in 2005, would have turned 29 next October. She was declared legally dead in January 2012.