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Amy Lynn Bradley

Missing since March 24, 1998 from Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles

Personal information
Birthdate: 12-may-1974
Age at disappearance:
5'6" Weight: 115 lbs.
 A short-sleeved, white scoop-neck body-style t-shirt and navy shorts or jeans. Also a silver navel loop ring with an imbedded blue bead, a man's silver watch with a blue face, a silver college class ring with a black onyx stone on her right hand and a thin silver band with cut-out turtle figurines on her left wrist.
Extra information:
Both of her ears are pierced, she has a navel ring. Her left ear is also pierced at the top. She has the following tattoos: a Tasmanian devil in her left shoulder, Chinese brown hair symbol in her outside right ankle, a primitive sun in her waistline and a gecko lizard around her belly button.
WAT case #: anF001 Date added: 8-jun-2003
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Circumstances of disappearance

Amy, a citizen of the United States, was on a vacation cruise with her family in the Caribbean during March 1998. She vanished 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, USA. The cruise ship was near docking procedures into port in the island of Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles. Amy was last seen at approximately 5 am (5:00) Tuesday morning, March 24, 1998, sleeping on the balcony of the cabin that she was sharing with her parents and her brother. When the family awoke, at approximately 6 am (6:00), she was gone, along with her cigarrettes and lighter and the sliding glass door of the balcony was open. The family assumed that she had gone to get a Coke and smoke a cigarrette. However, when she failed to appear, they contacted the pursor's desk and, ultimately, the captain. Amy's disappearance happened sometime between 5:00 - 6:00, and at that time, the boat was approximately 15-20 miles outside of Willemstad, Curaçao. The ship then docked in Curaçao at approximately 7 am.

The last person seen with Amy was "Yellow", a member of the cruise ship's band, Blue Orchid. There were other crew members who spent time with Amy, as well. They were Katalin (from Hungary) and waiters Eduardo Cabrito, David Cato and "Patrick". It is not thought that Amy ran away, as she doesn't fit the "runaway profile". Her family members aren't considered suspects in her disappearance, either. 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. Another possibility is that Amy may have observed illegal activity and become a liability. It is believed that there are certain individuals in the Caribbean and South America who have knowledge of Amy's whereabouts.

Amy was a resident of Chesterfield County, Virginia, USA at the time of her 1998 disappearance. She wears a short hair cut. Amy is described as a very friendly, active and outgoing person. She attended college in Longwood, Virginia, USA and is on a basketball scholarship. She smokes Marlboro lights cigarettes and enjoys drinking Coca-Cola and Miller Lite. She also likes hard candy. Amy wears all silver jewelry and likes black onyx.

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