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Tourist killed on Mexico surfing trip sent heartbreaking voicemail to girlfriend before death

The tragic end of the Australian surfer.

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Australian surfer Callum Robinson’s last words to his girlfriend resonate in a poignant and heartbreaking way.

Tragedy hits Baja California.

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Robinson, his brother and a friend met a tragic fate in Mexico.

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Callum Robinson, 33, was on a surfing expedition in Baja California, Mexico.

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He, along with his brother Jake Robinson, 30, and his friend Jack Carter Rhoad, 30, embarked on the adventure.

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Their journey took a harrowing turn when they were found lifeless at the bottom of a 50-foot-deep well.

Authorities investigate mysterious deaths of Australian surfers in Mexico.

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Initially suspected of having been victims of a violent robbery, authorities are now investigating the mysterious circumstances of their death.

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Mexican authorities believe the three men were killed by thieves who were trying to steal their white van in order to resell the tires.

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Chief prosecutor Maria Elena Andrade Ramirez suggested a robbery gone wrong as a possible motive.

Latest victim sighting revealed!

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The trio was last seen in Ensenada on April 27, without checking into their accommodation as planned.

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The tragic deaths of the surfers have sparked concerns about the safety of tourists in Mexico.

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Governor Marina del Pilar Ávila offers her condolences and comfort in the face of this tragedy.

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Despite assurances, the investigation into these deaths continues on both sides of the border.

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Mexican and American authorities are working tirelessly to elucidate the circumstances of these deaths.

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As details emerge, the tale of the surfers’ final moments remains shrouded in mystery.

Tourists face harsh reality as surfers die.

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Shock and grief ripple through communities as the search for answers intensifies.

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The allure of Mexico’s coastal beauty is tainted by the dark reality of violence.

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Tourists grapple with the sobering reminder of the fragility of life.

Girlfriend’s Instagram tribute to lost surfer.

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Emily Horwath’s Instagram tribute reflects the pain of loss and the lasting impact of love.

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She remembers Callum as a force that changed her life, struggling to understand a world without him.

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Emily implores others to cherish their loved ones and embrace the joys of life, echoing Callum’s spirit.

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In a heartbreaking twist, Callum Robinson left a final voicemail for his girlfriend, Emily Horwath.

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Emily shared the post on Instagram, revealing the depth of their bond.

Tragic farewell message from Australian surfer.

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In the message, Callum expressed his love and positivity, unaware that this would be his last communication.

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He greeted her with a cheerful “Happy Tuesday!” Good morning.”

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Callum’s words resonate with warmth and affection: “I’m just thinking about you. I just wanted to send you a quick message and say hello, baby.

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The message, sent at 11:11 a.m., captured a tender moment in the midst of tragedy.

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In the wake of tragedy, questions remain, demanding answers that may never be fully satisfying.

The memory of the Australian surfer endures despite the tragedy.

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The legacy of Callum Robinson and his companions is one of love, adventure and untimely loss.

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Their memory remains engraved in the hearts of those who knew them, forever linked to the song of the ocean.

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Emily Horwath’s poignant Instagram post is a testament to the enduring power of love in the midst of tragedy.

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Her words echo the universal desire for connection and the pain of loss.

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Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims during this difficult time.