GoFundMe launched to support fiancée of tourist killed in Ensenada

This campaign's goal is to help Carter Rhoad's fiancée with all of her needs

It has been 13 days since Callum, Jake Robinson, and Jack Carter were reported missing in Ensenada; last May 3, authorities announced they found 3 bodies in a well in La Bocana area in Santo Tomás.

In the morning of May 5, State Attorney General, Ma. Elena Andrade Ramírez visited the victims' parents who were accompanied by the diplomatic officials of their native country. Without the need of genetic testing, the bodies were identified and authorities stated that they will continue with the investigation.

This story has moved the surfer community, foreign tourists, and citizens at large. This is due to the cruelty of the murder of these two Australian brothers and their American friend. The solidarity continues and recently a GoFundMe was created by Aubrey Byers, a friend of recently deceased Carter Rhoad, who was going to get married to his girlfriend, Natalie.

This campaign's description says the following:

We've created this GoFundMe page for two purposes: the first is to rally support for Natalie during this unimaginably difficult time and provide essentials such as housing, food, transportation, and more. The second is to honor Carter by raising money for scholarships and donations he felt passionate about.

Lastly, they say that if you cannot donate, you can share the page with others so that this campaign reaches more people and, in that way, honor Carter Rhoad's life.


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