Louisiana high-school grad Cameron Robbins vanished in shark-infested waters after he reportedly jumped from a cruise ship in the Bahamas.
The US Coast Guard suspended a search for the star baseball player who reportedly jumped off a boat on a dare during a high school graduation trip to the Bahamas. The 18-year-old was celebrating with students from University High Lab School in Baton Rouge when he allegedly jumped from the Blackbeard’s Revenge sunset cruise because someone dared him to do so.
A massive two-day operation would be conducted Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) and US Coast Guard using helicopters and surveillance aircraft, but they failed to find any trace of the teenager.
Video of the aftermath has been seen online of him in the water, but now we are seeing that same video but zoomed in and slowed down. The poster claims that a shark’s eyes will glow with exposure settings and that seemingly shows just that in the video.
In the original video, the baseball stand-out is seen swimming away from a life preserver bobbing near him in the dark waters as someone shouts, “This kid f–king jumped off! Oh my f–king God! Oh, shut the f–k up! Oh, bye, bye!”
Onlookers yelled at Robbins to “grab the buoy,” but the teen appears to swim in the opposite direction, and he might have seen a shark near him that caused that reaction.
Royal Bahamas Defense Force Commodore Raymond King has told the Daily Mail the water in that area is “really shark-infested,” which has fueled the shark-attack theory.
Robbins, a standout baseball player, graduated from University Laboratory High School in Baton Rouge on May 21.
A memorial service for Robbins will be held Sunday afternoon in Baton Rouge.
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