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MISSING: Amy Lynn Bradley

In March of 1998 Amy Lynn Bradley and her family set off on what was to be the trip of a lifetime, a full week-long cruise around the Caribbean. But little did they know their dream vacation would turn into a nightmare when Amy goes missing from their stateroom in the early morning hours of March 24, 1998. Over 20 years have passed and clues of her fate are few and far between, but there have been credible sightings to suggest that Amy is alive and being held captive.

The Case

Amy Lynn Bradley and brother

This is the last picture taken of Amy with her brother the night before she went missing. Someone stole all the photos of Amy but the ship photographer was able to get them re-printed to see if they yielded any clues.

Photo Found HERE

This is the video taken of Amy dancing in the club just hours before her disappearance. She can be seen in this shot dancing with Alister Douglas a.k.a. Yellow.

In 2005, this photograph of a woman called “Jaz” was discovered on a Caribbean site for sex workers. A facial recognition expert who now works for the FBI swears it is Amy.

Photo Found HERE

If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Amy Lynn Bradley, please contact your local FBI office, or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

You can also contact the Washington D.C. Field Office or submit an anonymous tip to the FBI here.

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