Tammy Grogan reported as Missing 37 year Old Woman Aboard Carnival Cruise Ship


Its being reported by a spokesperson for the family that Tammy Grogan of Toledo, OH is the woman is was reported missing Monday aboard the Carnival Cruise Ship, “Imagination.”

Full story at Missing & Exploited.

Posted September 13, 2006 by
Cruise Ship, Missing Persons, Travel | 5 comments

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    5 Responses to “Tammy Grogan reported as Missing 37 year Old Woman Aboard Carnival Cruise Ship”

    1. KELMAL on September 15th, 2006 10:58 am

      32 OVERBOARD since Jan. 2000. IMO It is WAY more DANGEROUS to go on a cruise than go to Aruba. Boycott BOTH !!!!!

    2. beentherecone on September 15th, 2006 11:50 am

      You’ve got that right, KELMAL!

    3. KELMAL on September 15th, 2006 12:31 pm

      beenthere, Thanks, I call it like I see em !!!! But Everybody can see that unless you have TUNNEL VISION !!

    4. Emmy on September 15th, 2006 10:42 pm

      And for godssake, stay out of automobiles, because you’re WAY more likely to come to harm there, than on a cruise. Cruise ships are *much* safer than the city in which I live, statistically speaking, (and a lot more fun!). It’s true that there’s a lot of heavy drinking on the ships, which can result in a tumble overboard. I’m quite sure that more than 32 people have drowned in the small lakes surrounding my town in the same period of time–also alcohol-related, for the most part. So, along with Aruba, cruise ships, and automobiles, you might want to boycott bars.

    5. KELMAL on September 16th, 2006 10:46 am

      Emmy, We can’t forget Jamaica also. The same thing happened in Jamaica that happened in Aruba. But MOST people FORGET. I hope and pray people don’t forget Natalee 5 years from now !!

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