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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Honeymooning couple claims Bahamas resort has been ‘silent’ about 3 deaths

A honeymoon Arizona couple who stayed at the Bahamas resort where three American guests were found dead said Tuesday that everyone in the luxury getaway has been “just keeping quiet” about the matter.

Sidney Rosenquist and Chassen Toth, who traveled to the Bahamas after tying the knot on May 1, claimed resort staff had not been open with guests about last Friday’s tragic, mysterious deaths and any continued threats .

“I definitely think they should be more transparent,” Rosenquist said on “Fox & Friends First,” adding that “everybody just keeps quiet about it.

“It’s a scary feeling to be here at the moment,” her husband told co-host Carly Shimkus. “And it’s a little uncomfortable for both of us… I want it to be the happiest time of my life, but it’s tough with the situation that’s going on.”

Tennessee couple Michael Phillips, 68, and his wife, Robbie, 65, died last Friday under mysterious circumstances at their villa at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort on Exuma Island.

Chasen Toth’s father wrote his son a link to an article about the deaths at the couple’s already resort in the Bahamas.
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Royal Bahamas Police Force Commissioner Paul Rowley said 64-year-old Vincent Chiarella, a Florida resident, was also found dead in an isolated villa the same day.

According to local officials, the three dead Americans had previously sought medical attention because they were feeling unwell.

Rosenquist said he became aware of the deaths only after Toth’s father sent his son a link to an article after living in the Bahamas.

Sandals Emerald Bay Resort.
Three American guests were found dead at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort.
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According to Fox News, “If we hadn’t known through other sources, I don’t think we probably would have suspected anything or even knew what was going on.”

“If I had found out from the other guests as well, and hadn’t been told by staff or other personnel, I would have just kind of… I would have been shocked,” she said.

Just a day before their bodies were finally found on Facebook, Robbie posted a great review of the Emerald Bay Resort and a handful of beach photos.

Sandals Resort.
Michael and Robbie Phillips, and Vincent Chiarella sought medical treatment because they were feeling unwell before being found dead.
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“If you want the most beautiful long private beach with clear blue water and you like to hear the waves humming, watch the sand dunes and listen to the seagulls talk – that’s it!” She wrote.

Robbie and Michael, who lived in Maryville, ran Royal Travel Agency together and were no strangers to Sandals Resorts, according to their social media pages.

In addition to her travel agency, Robbie also runs a travel site called The Sand Lady, where she describes herself as a “certified sandal expert” and “a member of the elite sandal chair’s Royal Club”.

Sidney Rosenquist and Chesson Toth.
“I definitely think they should be more transparent,” said Sidney Rosenquist.
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According to Rowley, Chiarella’s wife, Donice, was taken to a hospital in Florida and remains in critical condition.

To help officials understand what happened, samples taken from three dead tourists have been sent to a laboratory in Pennsylvania.

Officials have also collected samples from the rooms where they were staying and the surrounding property to determine if any contaminants were present.

The post has reached out to Sandals Emerald Bay Resort for comment.

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