Amy Lynn Bradley
OF A MILLION US DOLLARS)
Foul Play Suspected
in the mysterious disappearance
of U.S. citizen in the Caribbean
FOUL PLAY is suspected
in the March 24, 1998, mysterious disappearance of AMY LYNN BRADLEY...a
vibrant, beautiful and intelligent 23 years young girl who recently
graduated college and has a very promising future. She was on
a vacation cruise with her family in the Caribbean at the time
of her disappearance.
AMY is an American
citizen who 'vanished' while aboard a foreign vessel in international
waters. She was leisurely traveling with her mother, father and
younger brother aboard the cruise ship Rhapsody of the Seas (a
Norwegian Flag Ship) which is owned and operated by Royal Caribbean
Cruise Lines of Miami, Florida. The cruise ship was near docking
procedures into port in the island of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles,
the Caribbean. It is known that Amy left her Cabin in the wee
hours of the morning of March 24, 1998, with her cigarettes and
lighter...predictably she was not wearing shoes because where
she thought she was going, she would not be gone long and would
not need her shoes. This is where the mystery begins! Who was
Amy going to meet at this time of the morning? Why would she take
her cigarettes and lighter? There are many questions here that
need answering, but unfortunately neither Royal Caribbean Cruise
Lines nor any Government authorities are providing any answers
and, at this time, it appears that neither of these entities are
making any inquiries at all regarding Amy's disappearance.
It is known that the
last person seen with Amy in the early hours of the morning was
a cruise ship band member of a group known as 'Blue Orchid' by
the name of 'Yellow'...and, there were other crew members who
spent time with Amy, as well...Katalin (from Hungary); Eduardo
Cabrito (a waiter); David Cato (a waiter); and, Patrick (a waiter).
It is also known that
Amy had no reason to run away...her background and her family's
backgrounds have been checked thoroughly by the FBI and Amy shows
no signs of a 'runaway profile' nor are any of the Bradley family
members suspect. One scenario suggests that Amy may have willingly
met with a crew member who she had come to trust who then put
her in a position of coercion, or even more probable, Amy may
have observed an illegal activity and become a liability.
There are many unanswered
questions that require answers. Why would a multi-million cruise
line not help in the search for Amy? To this date Royal Caribbean
Cruise Lines, owners of the cruise ship, have not cooperated at
all with the Bradley family by way of information or assistance
Mainstream media is
taking a very close look at Amy Bradley's disappearance.
The bottom line is
that Ron and Iva Bradley went on the Rhapsody of the Seas cruise
ship to the Caribbean in March of 1998 and came back to their
home in Virginia WITHOUT their daughter, Amy. Brother Brad came
home to Virginia WITHOUT his sister, Amy.
Amy Bradley's disappearance
is indeed a mystery! As to what has happened to Amy...it is believed
that there are certain individuals in the Caribbean and possibly
even South America who have knowledge of Amy's whereabouts.
If you have information
or know someone who knows something, PLEASE contact us by the
telephone, fax or e-mail listed below. If you are having difficulties
with e-mail, please try our submission form.
THERE IS A $250,000.00
(QUARTER OF A MILLION US DOLLARS) REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING
TO AMY'S SAFE RETURN. THERE IS ALSO A $50,000.00 (FIFTY THOUSAND
US DOLLARS) REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO HER VERIFIABLE LOCATION.
This information was
provided by the team searching for Amy Bradley on behalf of her