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    Mexico - Rebecca Coriam, 24, Disney Cruise Employee, Coast of Mexico, 22 March 2011

    It's a very short article so I can't quote much...

    Disney cruise employee missing off Mexico

    .....The unidentified worker on board the Disney Wonder failed to appear for a Tuesday shift.....

    http://www.cnn.com/2011/TRAVEL/03/24...ex.html?hpt=T2
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    Sounds like the FBI is involved..

    The Mexican Navy has been conducting searches since Tuesday, and we immediately contacted the FBI and the Bahamian Maritime Authority, which is leading the investigation on this matter.
    Snipped from http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/ju...er_missing.php

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    Disney Cruise Lines spokeswoman Rena Langley said the crew member, who has been with the cruise line since 2010, never returned for her scheduled shift. She did not identify the missing woman.

    Langley said it's "certainly a possibility" she went overboard.
    Snipped from http://www.orlandosentinel.com/the-d...tory?track=rss

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    U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer Pamela Manns said the Mexican navy is leading the search and asked for Coast Guard help early in the effort.

    The Coast Guard provided long-range search aircraft but is not now actively involved in the search.


    The FBI is not involved because it does not have jurisdiction, as the ship was off the coast of Mexico flying under a foreign flag, said spokeswoman Laura Eimiller of the agency's Los Angeles office.

    But the FBI has heard no reports of criminal activity or foul play, she said.
    Snipped from http://www.ktla.com/news/landing/ktl...,4774313.story

    According to passengers on the cruise ship, the missing woman works in the ships youth program.
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    I read a bit about this on the Disney forums today (they are *very* dedicated Disney fans!!)

    Their take on it was clearly split - it is no one's business but Disney and the girl's family (i.e. no need to publicize it because it makes Disney look bad and may embarrass the girl's family if it's suicide) vs. "the world needs to know for their own security!!!" (implying that it was foul play or being buried by Disney because they don't want the bad publicity)

    I found out that there is actually a website that keeps track of all the missing people, crime and sickness on all cruise ships! http://www.cruisebruise.com is one....
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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastLady View Post
    I read a bit about this on the Disney forums today (they are *very* dedicated Disney fans!!)

    Their take on it was clearly split - it is no one's business but Disney and the girl's family (i.e. no need to publicize it because it makes Disney look bad and may embarrass the girl's family if it's suicide) vs. "the world needs to know for their own security!!!" (implying that it was foul play or being buried by Disney because they don't want the bad publicity)

    I found out that there is actually a website that keeps track of all the missing people, crime and sickness on all cruise ships! http://www.cruisebruise.com is one....
    Wow thanks for sharing, the first thing I clicked on was disney, and the child pornagraphy charges shocked me.

    I hope they find this girl, at least someone know something. if she was depressed or okay. Its actually very shameful if thats how Disney feels. But by looking at the link, we might hear about 1 or 2 of over the 1000's yearly incidents. So maybe its the news just not interested.

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    Thank you, WestCoastLady for the cruisebruise link. I just took a peek and while not totally surprised I am shocked at the high number of incidences.

    I went on a cruise for our senior class trip (um, a couple of decades ago). I won't go on another one....
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    Chester woman missing from Disney cruise ship in Mexico

    Rebecca Coriam, 24, from Chester, was working as a youth worker on the Disney Wonder which was three days into a week-long cruise from Los Angeles.


    Rebecca Coriam [ 24 ] was reported missing on Tuesday

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-12867069
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    Family Flies to America to Search for Rebecca

    Her parents, Micheal and Ann, flew out to Los Angeles on Thursday (March 24) in the hopes of finding their daughter - known to her friends and family as ‘Becca’ - when the ship docks.

    Speaking at a press conference at the Crowne Plaza in Chester on Friday (March 25), Rebecca’s uncle John Jennings along with Rebecca’s elder sister, Rachael, who works at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Hoole, made a desperate plea for her safe return.

    "We can’t believe it.

    "The ship is huge - I am telling you that they haven’t searched the whole ship. When it docks we hope they will find her.

    "She came back for her grandad’s funeral about six weeks ago - that’s the last time she was home.

    "She talks to us through Skype and Facebook all the time. I remember her mum had put something on Facebook and she didn’t reply after about 12 hours, that was unusal for Rebecca."
    Snipped from http://www.chesterchronicle.co.uk/ch...9067-28404379/

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    This doesn't seem like an accidental falling overboard to me. Reminds me a little of the Amy Bradley case...

    VA VA - Amy Bradley, 23, Petersburg, 24 March 1998 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community
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    So if her family thinks she is still ON the ship....

    Yet they think that she is going to be found safe...

    Then they are asking her to please come home because they miss her...

    WHAT exactly do they think happened?

    That she is hiding out on the ship somewhere with a little TV????

    I'm confused....

    http://www.chesterchronicle.co.uk/ch...9067-28404379/

    They should search the ship with dogs... but I don't know that they will let the family on the ship at all. They generally turn around for another cruise pretty quickly I believe.

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    http://news1.capitalbay.com/news/bri...r_rebecca.html

    The liner was searched when it docked in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, on Wednesday and the US Coast Guard and Mexican Navy were deployed to scour the seas.

    http://www.heart.co.uk/wrexham/news/...issing-cruise/
    The Mexican navy and Interpol are amongst those looking for 24 year old Rebecca Coriam after she didn't turn up for work on Tuesday.
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    http://www.cruiselawnews.com/2011/03...r-cruise-ship/

    The press in the U.S. and in the U.K. are continuing to cover the story of the disappearance of a Disney Cruise Line youth counselor who apparently went overboard from the Wonder last Tuesday during a 7 day "Mexican Riviera" cruise. BBC News reports that the parents of Rebecca Coriam flew from the U.K. to be present when the cruise ship returns to Los Angeles.
    We reported on the disappearance on Thursday and yesterday we published our perspective on who investigates disappearances from cruise ships.

    Interesting read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamweaver View Post
    http://www.cruiselawnews.com/2011/03...r-cruise-ship/

    The press in the U.S. and in the U.K. are continuing to cover the story of the disappearance of a Disney Cruise Line youth counselor who apparently went overboard from the Wonder last Tuesday during a 7 day "Mexican Riviera" cruise. BBC News reports that the parents of Rebecca Coriam flew from the U.K. to be present when the cruise ship returns to Los Angeles.
    We reported on the disappearance on Thursday and yesterday we published our perspective on who investigates disappearances from cruise ships.

    Interesting read.
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    That is exactly what I believe happened to her. I can't see how she could be voluntarily hiding somewhere on the ship. MOO
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    http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/237004/237004
    Yesterday Rebecca’s uncle, John Jennings, said: “I spoke to Michael this morning. He was lying on his hotel bed convinced that something untoward has happened to Becca. He is sure something has happened to her against her will – she is not the type of person who would have disappeared without saying anything.”

    Read more: http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/...#ixzz1HkngpmOM
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