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Chilling last words shouted at missing teen after he jumped off cruise ship into shark-infested waters
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Chilling last words shouted at missing teen after he jumped off cruise ship into shark-infested waters

Cameron Robbins was just 18-years-old when he jumped off the ship

A video may have revealed the last words said to 18-year-old Cameron Robbins as he jumped off a cruise ship, never to be seen again.

Cameron graduated high school last year and went on a cruise with his feinds to celebrate the huge milestone.

On the trip in the Bahamas, Cameron was filmed jumping into the ocean water at night.

Jumping off a cruise ship is already likely to already be advised against, but doing so at night is even more dangerous due to the lack of visibility below.

In a video of the incident, which was claimed to be a dare, Cameron was seen in the water after witnesses said he jumped overboard at around 9:40pm local time.

He was last seen paddling around in the water before disappearing from view, with the boat staying in place for several hours in an attempt to find the teen.

Official search attempts for Cameron were called off on May 27, 2023, as the Royal Bahamas Defence Force and the US Coast Guard Southeast were unable to locate him in the water.

The video of Cameron swimming went viral following his disappearance, and some viewers believed they'd even spotted something moving in the water which could have been a shark.

Cameron Robbins went missing on 24 May, 2023, after jumping overboard from a cruise ship.

The former University Laboratory School student has not been seen since his fellow passengers on the cruise ship saw him disappear from view shortly after going overboard.

The footage also contained the last words that Cameron may have heard before going missing that night on May 24.

One person could be heard shouting "bye bye" to him as he was in the water, while others people on board the cruise ship attempted to get his attention.

Several more could be heard shouting to him that he's swimming away from a buoy, which would have helped keep him afloat in the sea.

There were shouts of "grab the buoy" and "hey the buoy" to the hopes of keeping Cameron afloat, but their efforts were in vain as he was unable to spot it.

Viewers think the circled image was potentially a shark.

He then vanished from the view of the panicked onlookers and has not been seen since, with the water he went into described as 'really shark infested' by Royal Bahamas Defense Force Commodore Raymond King.

To this day, the late teenager's body is yet to be recovered - and a shark expert believes it's unlikely it ever will be.

Kevin McMurray said at the time of the tragic ordeal: "Recovering [Cameron's remains] would be nearly impossible. Something like that, you're talking about a massive search area with currents and all that."

While his family haven't been able to properly lay Cameron to rest, they held a memorial for him in the weeks that followed his disappearance.

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