Dear Friends and Neighbors,
My name is Brad and I have lived in Creekwood
Subdivision along with my parents, Iva and Ron Bradley. Until
a year and a half ago, my sister, Amy Lynn Bradley (25-years-old),
lived in Virginia too. But that all changed on March 24, 1998.
During a family vacation cruise to the Caribbean, my sister
Amy vanished. We were on the second day of our journey. While
the ship was docking in Curacao, we believe that Amy was abducted.
My family has made several trips to the island of Curacao, Netherland
Antilles, in the Caribbean. The week long trips were to search
for information about Amy and her whereabouts, which included
personal searches of the island. We believe that Amy is being
held somewhere against her will. People ask me everyday, "If
there is anything we can do to help, just let me know."
My family needs your help now. The expenses
of searching for my sister are overwhelming. Although the F.B.I
is involved in the search for my sister, our country does not
have the available resources to do this search on their own.
My family must provide funds for private investigators, trips,
phone calls, printing, and many other expenses. My family has
been taken advantage of by many people who prey on our vulnerability
during this difficult time. I thank you for considering our
Amy when making your choices of charitable contributions.