The family of a missing cruise ship passenger said that they suspect the woman "chose an unfortunate ending to her life" and jumped from a cruise ship balcony.

The Coast Guard has suspended its search for Jennifer Ellis Seitz after combing more than 4,200 square miles off the coast of the popular resort area of Cancun, where the ship had just visited. Seitz had "previous emotional issues," yet there were no outward signs of distress while on the seven-night cruise from Miami.

Seitz and her husband, Raymond, were celebrating their one-year anniversary on the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship. A surveillance camera showed someone falling overboard at 8 p.m. Christmas night. About eight hours later, Raymond Seitz reported his wife missing. FBI spokesman Mike Leverock says agents met the ship at the dock in Miami, collected materials and "are still trying to determine if a crime occurred."

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Do you think Jennifer Ellis Seitz really committed suicide by jumping off her cruise ship during her anniversary trip?
The family of a missing cruise ship passenger said that they suspect the woman "chose an unfortunate ending to her life" and jumped from a cruise ship balcony.

The Coast Guard has suspended its search for Jennifer Ellis Seitz after combing more than 4,200 square miles off the coast of the popular resort area of Cancun, where the ship had just visited. Seitz had "previous emotional issues," yet there were no outward signs of distress while on the seven-night cruise from Miami.

Seitz and her husband, Raymond, were celebrating their one-year anniversary on the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship. A surveillance camera showed someone falling overboard at 8 p.m. Christmas night. About eight hours later, Raymond Seitz reported his wife missing. FBI spokesman Mike Leverock says agents met the ship at the dock in Miami, collected materials and "are still trying to determine if a crime occurred."

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13 yrs ago, 4 mos ago - Tuesday 12/30/08 - 8:49:11 AM EST (GMT-5)
they said there were security cameras all over the place. why havent they figured out what happened?



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