Amy Lynn Bradley had just graduated from college, and the world was her oyster. A cruise out in the sea was a perfect getaway for her and a chance to have a good time on a well-deserved vacay.
Little did she know the cruise would change or even end her life forever, since, to date, it is uncertain whether she is alive or dead.
Amy spent some of the parts of her last night before disappearance with her brother Brad. Brad retired to bed early that night, and Amy would never be seen again.
It was the 24th March of 1998, a day that Amy Lynn’s family would wish to forget. Amy was resting on the balcony of the Rhapsody of the Seas ship’s cabin.
Her father had noticed her out there at 5.30 a.m. and decided to let her sleep a bit longer since she had been partying at the ship’s night club the previous night.
However, when he checked on her thirty minutes later at 6.00 a.m., she was gone.
Amy’s family nightmare would begin for an endless search of their beloved daughter and sister. They began unveiling the events that led to the tragedy.
Her brother Brad claimed that he had left her in the company of one of the night club’s band members, identified as yellow. Yellow claimed to have bid her goodbye at 1.am.
It doesn’t concern for a 20 plus-year-old young lady to walk around a cruise ship without her parent’s knowledge.
However, what was strange was that Amy didn’t leave with any of her belongings.
All the shoes she had carried during the cruise and her ID were left in her room. It is strange to imagine walking around a cruise ship with no shoes on.
When Amy’s family noticed she was missing, they immediately alerted crew authorities and begged them not to dock the ship.
They feared that Amy’s captors might get a chance to escape. According to how events played out, this is what most likely happened.