There are lots of strange things that happen on cruise ships. I’ve written many articles about excessive alcohol consumption and aberrant conduct during cruises. I even created a category of "weird" cruise stories. 

This morning I read an article which fits squarely in the "weird" category.

The New York Post writes about about "two pals"

Last week, a Royal Caribbean guest fell while trying to descend a stairwell in the Catacombs lounge on the Liberty of the Seas cruise ship.

We wrote about the incident in our article: Royal Caribbean Passenger Falls & Dies on Liberty of the Seas Cruise Ship.

A number of former passengers aboard this cruise ship

Liberty of the Seas - Catacombs News sources are reporting that a passenger died aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship this morning after falling down a staircase. 

Massachusetts resident, Barbara Wood, age 47, reportedly was leaving the Catacombs nightclub aboard Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas at about 1:48 a.m. when she fell on the stairs and struck her head, according to a statement by the Broward

In the last several months, many cruise passengers contacted our office who have been seriously injured on the FlowRiders on Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Some passenger are injured when they fall.  Others are injured after they fall and then the water current drives them over the ridge into the back wall breaking their ankles.  

FlowRider - Royal Caribbean - Accidents - Injuries - Cruise The injuries are extremely

There have been a few news stories about a cruise ship "passenger’ dying of Legionnaire’s disease after sailing on Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas

The Miami Herald and the South Florida Business Review ("Legionnaire’s May Be Linked to Ship") published articles last week about Mr. Tore Myhra – described as an "English tourist" – who died

The Miami Herald reports today that a tourist from the U.K. who died from Legionnaires’ disease had previously sailed on a seven-day Caribbean cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas.  

The newspaper identifies the English cruise passenger as Mr. Tore Myhra. 

Previously, there was speculation that Mr. Myhra may have contracted the disease at a