Ylenia Carrisi, daughter Al Bano and Romina Power / Disappeared in ’93: mystery and hypothesis about …

YLENIA CARRISI, DAUGHTER OF AL BANO AND ROMINA POWER: THE DISAPPEARANCE IN 1993

Ylenia Carrisi, the daughter of Al Bano and Romina Power never forgotten but also the drama that the two have carried in their hearts for almost twenty years and which, according to many, is also one of the reasons that led the most famous couple of the Italian showbiz to say goodbye. And in the evening when “Techetechetè” celebrates their artistic and sentimental partnership with a monographic episode dedicated to them, we can discover something more about the eldest daughter of the Carrisi house, who passed away on New Year’s Eve December 31, 1993 and which some time later the US authorities were forced to declare presumed death.

But let’s go with order and we start from 1970a happy year for Al Bano and Romina: the singer-songwriter from Salento and the daughter of Tyrone Power in fact got married in July and then on November 29 in Rome was born the first of four children: Ylenia Maria Sole Carrisi – this is the full name – over the years she became not only the eldest daughter of one of the most famous couples on Italian TV but began to shine with her own light, duet with her mother in a song published in 1987 and also acting as a valley at the first edition of “The wheel of fortune”. A career that certainly promised well, then the decision to traveling the world alone, taking a break from her studies: here fate comes into play since Ylenia, who left for Belize, where her younger brother Yari was supposed to surprise her; however he arrived a few hours late, with Ylenia already embarked for New Orleans (Louisiana)where it will forever lose its traces.

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On the last hours of the girl’s lifeeven today, it is a mystery even if a reliable testimony (or at least more credible, among the many that emerged) revealed that a blonde girl whose profile corresponded to that of Ylenia Carrisi would have thrown herself in the waters of the Mississippi River around midnight on January 6th. The last contact with the family had been a phone call to her mother Romina before midnight on New Year’s Eve from a hotel in the city of Louisiana, and from which the woman had not picked up elements to worry. It should also be remembered that it was there that she met Ylenia street trumpeter Alexander Masakela (a liaison never frowned upon by the parents), among the first to be questioned about the disappearance and yet released for lack of evidence after an initial shutdown.

According to mom Romina, the man (with a history of harassment and drugs) he would have made his daughter Ylenia disappear involving her in the infamous ‘white trade’, drugging and segregating her. As we have mentioned, the processing of this mourning in the absence of a body and the trauma of loss had hit hard a relationship already with some cracks between Al Bano and Romina: and if this had always been convinced of the above thesis, the Apulian singer-songwriter was instead persuaded that Ylenia had thrown herself into the river for reasons never cleared up, giving credit to the story of two people to whom the daughter would have said “I belong to the water”. They still remain today doubts and obscure points on the whole affair, and we deliberately avoided mentioning articles and rumors that periodically refer to as Ylenia there ishe goes and finds himself in a certain place: these are hypotheses without foundation and which continue to do harm, even after a long time, to his parents.

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Ylenia Carrisi, daughter Al Bano and Romina Power / Disappeared in ’93: mystery and hypothesis about …