Amy Lynn Bradley Missing, missing from Royal Caribbean
A 23-year-old Graduate was reported missing 1998. Amy Lynn Bradley went missing from the Royal Caribbean Cruise liner, Rhapsody of the Seas.
She actually left the place without her shoes, ID, or any other belongings. She just disappeared without a trace – there one minute and gone the next. Her family hasn’t seen from or been contacted by Amy Lynn Bradley in 22 years.
After looking into the cases of suicide, the investigators found no evidence of this in her case. There was also no evidence that she had somehow fallen overboard as well. It leaves her family with the hope that she’s somehow still alive out there. But even if she is still alive, then she’s somehow unable to contact her family, which leads a person down a whole new terrifying thought process.
The two people who saw Bradley last where her father and brother. Her father was the person who reported her missing while her brother thought she went to get cigarettes.
ather than the crew having a more immediate response, they believe that this assertion from her brother led to the crew not taking the report as seriously and starting search operations earlier.
Still, searches were conducted at sea, but they ceased on March 29, 1998. The Bradley family flew back to Curaçao in order to continue searching for Amy Lynn. But any search efforts turned up empty. Unfortunately, the Bradley family was forced to return home without Amy Lynn.
There’s a $250,000 USD reward for information that may bring Amy Lynn Bradley home. Despite their daughter being declared dead, the family remains dedicated in finding out what happened to her. Her case has also been featured on numerous true crime shows, podcasts, YouTube channels, etc. in order to share her story and jog someone’s memory.
The FBI is also offering a $25,000 USD reward for information leading to the recovery of Amy Lynn Bradley & information that leads to the identification, arrest, and conviction of the person(s) responsible for her disappearance.