She appears distraught afterward and is asked if she’s ok by another young, male crew member.
She answered “Yea, all right.” and walks off, never to be seen again.
Once she had gotten into her teens, however, the “adventurous” life of a zookeeper was just not enough for Rebecca.
She joined the British Army cadets and got a staff volunteer position with them where she was able to participate in outdoor events.
The crew paged her, checked her room, and then proceeded to check the entire ship. Disney and the investigators began to review the security camera footage first.
Sadly, her grandfather died while she was away and she had to take a break and return to England for the funeral. It was a Disney official calling to tell them that their daughter was missing.
This would be the very last time her family got to see her in person, though for a time they still communicated through Facebook or Skype. It was March 21, 2011, Rebecca Coriam sent her parents what would prove to be her very last message to her parents via facebook, that she’d call them tomorrow. The Disney Wonder had been sailing off the coast of Mexico.
They knew that this could only mean one thing, someone had either stolen her credit card and was using it, or Rebecca was still alive somewhere.
More news of alleged activity on Rebecca’s accounts began to pour in.