The Widow of Missing George Smith aboard Mediterranean Sea Cruise Ship Jennifer Hagel Smith to Remarry .. 29 Year Old Financial Analyst Jeff Agne


Jennifer Hagel to remarry after the bizarre and mysterious death of her first husband George Smith aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Brilliance of the Seas.

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Jennifer Hagel Smith & George Smith

Jennifer Hagel Smith, the woman whose husband, George Allen Smith IV, mysteriously disappeared aboard the a Royal Caribbean cruise ship during a Mediterranean voyage on their honeymoon is set to remarry. George Allen Smith IV vanished from their honeymoon cruise in the Mediterranean July 5, 2005


Their honeymoon started out like this …

Jennifer Hagel’s engagement to 29 year old financial analyst Jeff Agne comes even as legal fallout continues from her first marriage to George Allen Smith IV. The wedding is set for October 24, 2009 at a luxury Vermont resort. I guess the couple has opted for the mountains rather than the water?

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And it ended like that

There has long been a battle between the family of George Smith and Jennifer Hagel Smith following the mysterious disappearance of George. Made worse by the fact that Jennifer Hagel Smith settled with Royal Caribbean and had some less than kind words regarding the deceased George Smith.

This cannot set well with the Smith family, nor any of Jennifer Hagel’s actions since the disappearance of George Smith.

UPDATE I: This is the post you are looking forNew Details in Death of of George A. Smith IV Who Died on Honeymoon Mediterranean Royal Caribbean Cruise … FBI Russian Organized Crime Agents Join Investigation … Could it lead to Justice for George?

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  • Comments

    17 Responses to “The Widow of Missing George Smith aboard Mediterranean Sea Cruise Ship Jennifer Hagel Smith to Remarry .. 29 Year Old Financial Analyst Jeff Agne”

    1. nurturer on August 4th, 2009 7:43 am

      Mountains rather than water, huh?

      So, if the guy falls off a cliff, what are we supposed to think?
      SM: Let’s just hope we do not read about any bizarre hiking accidents while drunk. You mean you do not find it kinda different that they have stuck to land and no water in the wedding plans.

      Then again, maybe with the settlement, she got free lifetime cruise passes.

    2. R.L.Haley on August 4th, 2009 2:19 pm

      Wow cruise ships are very popular…people disapearing,dropping dead kinda popular,Even if she didnt kill him,its not like its 4 months after the death…how was she able to move on? must have a strong support system and a good credit score…please

    3. BUN on August 5th, 2009 7:19 pm

      Stay away from (well poo, can’t remember) the drink that starts with an A and is illegal in many places!!! Somebody with a better brain please fill in the blank..thanks..

    4. kitty on August 6th, 2009 5:24 pm

      It’s rather disturbing to hear of so many people that have gone “missing” or overboard on cruise ships…

      I think it should be mandatory on all cruise liners to have cameras operating on all their decks ~ and along the walkways/passengers have access to and then there would be NO questions how these folks go over ~ either they have met foul play, are murdered, or have jumped overboard themselves… these cameras would shed much needed light on the demise of many of these passengers fate ~

      I’d be so curious how many folks significant other,spouse, what have you ~ actually did the deed… and dumped the body overboard…

      this photo showing all that blood, was so gross ~ this man died a horrible death and then went overboard? That is horrific in itself ~ and a mystery to boot… too many questions and perhaps, little answers…

      I also recall that handsome young man on his High School cruise that went missing/overboard… security cameras would have resolved and answered much for his grieving family…

      Why don’t they have camera’s on board?

      good question ~

      input anyone?

    5. MEEE on August 16th, 2009 12:59 am

      Absenth is the drink BUN

    6. Terri on September 12th, 2009 6:31 pm

      Hope he has her sign a prenup, I wouldn’t have life insurance with her as the beneficiary! She was more worried about the million than really finding out what happened to George! Disgusting. She didn’t even cry when talking about it. I would think it would be very traumatic. How could you smile and be so uncaring. This was your husband for 10 days. I hope the new guy knows what he’s in for. It’s not too late, runnnnnnn she is a callous B@@@@!

    7. Pappee on February 19th, 2010 10:08 am

      Jennifer was after all seen with another man on her honeymoon and George supposely spent the night away from the honeymoon cabin. This is very strange.

      George could still be alive somewhere laughing at the stunt he pulled. Or, he could be dead with the blood and all. That could have been blood from the ship’s hospital.

      Nobody probably will ever know what really happen. It all sounds fishy to me after watching again on Tru TV last night; Jennifer could have pushed George off the balconey while he was smoking after all they both were drunk.

      I would not even want to be her e-mail friend much less a friend that would do things with her.

      Like George’s family, I think Jennifer knows exactly what happen to George.

      Jennifer set a precedent; want to kill your significant other; take him or her on cruise and let nature take its course and you can live to love another.

    8. Ralph DeMattia on July 1st, 2010 8:56 am

      I think she had something to do with his death; she has been nothing but evasive since it happened, never a coment or anything, and she seemed to distance herself ver rapidly from her new husband’s family. I got the impression that his sister never liked her, and frankly, I didn’t either. Well, she’ll pay in the afterlife.

    9. Mediterranean Cruise on September 12th, 2010 2:11 am

      I agree with all that has been posted,re Jennifer,she knows what happened to George.

    10. RJ on March 29th, 2011 9:58 am

      Did she actually remarry? I’ve been trying to find information on the net today if she did indeed get married again. I find it really hard to believe that someone would marry a suspected murderer. But then again when you are desperate, I guess you’ll do whatever it takes….?

    11. TSC on January 6th, 2012 10:16 pm

      You all should be watching the update. that is on now. Per the ships on internal investigation and witness statements. around the time that George went missing. Jennifer was found passed out unconscious in a hall corridor on the other side of the ship.. this only about maybe 5-10 min before the people in the next cabin hear rumbling around and a thud and then silence.

    12. adidas on January 9th, 2012 11:50 am

      She probably had nothing to do with it. What is wrong with her – 6 years later – getting married again, I’m not sure what the grieving period “should” be but 6 years is more than enough – she had a terrible thing happen in her life – she should be allowed to move on.

    13. Alena on January 13th, 2012 7:07 pm

      What a very slanted, critical article here. I find people’s critical natures very hateful. I, too, haven’t seen trauma from Jennifer but noone knows all she’s experienced. Perhaps much guilt. There was a report that she was distraught on the ship after realizing what happened. However, she did keep an appt that morning at a spa, not knowing where her husband was. That seemed odd to me. However, I do find it very believable that George Smith was responsible for his own death. Noone forced that level of alcohol on him or the Absinthe that was considered dangerous. I do agree that the Smith family want to make someone responsible besides their son. How they can put blame on the daughter in law is amazing though. After all, irregardless of her flirtations on her honeymoon, they were all outside their normal behavior because of alcohol. I am also amazed that Royal Carribean got stuck with over 1 Mil because the tragedy happened on their ship. It’s not like it had anything to do with them. Such an injustice. But I do feel the money goes to Jennifer. She was the wife and heir to it. I think the family need to leave her alone. She’s been through enough. I buy her story that she failed to give the prescription drug info before, until she felt forced by the Smith attitudes. For the poster that cautions her fiance to watch out for her, please!!! What do you know about her behind the scenes? How cruel and critical people are, who know so little. The bottom line for me is that George and Jennifer were totally irresponsible about alchohol. Maybe the family Smith business had a very big influence on George’s choices. I blame George and Jennifer more than anyone because they both made very bad choices that night.
      SM: Did you even read the article, it would appear not. The family is not going after Jennifer, they are questioning the group of men that went back with them.

      Glad you blame the victims. Let’s just hope none of us have to count on you if we are ever in need of help.

    14. larry on January 31st, 2012 8:36 pm

      jennifer seem to me,that george death didn’t bother her at all,,like who cares..this second husband,i guess cliff going be a fall for this new man…wonder why she has money,then third husband,he be killed falling off train..fourth one be killed falling out of roller coaster..goes on and on…i hate be related to her..damn psycho….

    15. john on January 31st, 2012 8:38 pm

      i feel bad for jennifer second husband..what a cliff is new fall for this one or what?

    16. larry on January 31st, 2012 8:41 pm

      jennifer seem she didn’t care george was now second husband fall off cliff,third one fall off train,the fourth one fall off roller coaster.see why she has alot money now….

    17. Ellen Colburn on May 30th, 2014 11:08 am

      Reading the book shed some details that really made me think deep into this horrible tragic happening.
      I love to Cruise and it was very concerning to hear the horrible events that happen on these ships with NO accountability.
      Although I feel so sad for the Smith family in their loss….I feel that George had a responsibility for his own behavior on board that ship….Jennifier as well, however I don’t feel that she was responsible for his death.
      I actually wished that the family’s could have come together and not so divided…..Reading this story made me feel that the Smith’s needed to point the finger in anger to someone and that was Jennifier.If it was me experiencing such a loss…I don’t know that I wouldn’t have done the same. I am happy she was able to move forward,yet I know deep inside she will always feel the loss of George. Jennifier doesn’t need to prove that to anyone.
      I too, live in Cromwell and for the record it is a beautiful and very safe town…unlike the way it was noted in the story.

      I do not know the Hagels.
      I wish both family’s well and pray you each find comfort within.

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