Dr. Henry Lee, is being allowed onboard the Brilliance of the Seas,which is docked in Miami today. RCI is allowing him 2 hours in the cabin 9062, and the canopy,to see if any forensic information, can be culled, even after the 6 months since Geoge Smith went missing. His request to throw a dummy off the side of the ship, to see where it would fall, was refused, RCI, stating it would be upsetting to the guests onboard.
Ok, a few questions: 1st of all, would you be uncomfortable staying in this cabin, knowing what might have gone on.? Would you be superstitious, or think this room had bad karma? Would you ask to change your cabin?
If, RCI would have allowed RCI to experiment with tossing the dummy overboard, would this bother you? I am guessing that they are allowing the Dr. onboard, only while the turnaround is going on, and there would hardly be any passengers around to view it. BUT, if by chance passengers were able to see this, if knowing what they were trying to do, to get a clearer picture of what might have happened, would you object?
For me, knowing that this may help the family get some answers, I would absolutely not be bothered. As far as the cabin, I am not a superstitious person, so I would be ok with it.....I thought that #9062 was my number on the Zuiderdam, but, being number dyxlecsic, it was 6092!!