Girlfriend of slain surfer found in Mexico shares voice message he left her

Days after Australian surfer Callum Robinson, his brother Jake Robinson, and his friend Jack Carter Rhoad were discovered dead in Baja California, Mexico, Callum’s girlfriend Emily Horwath is speaking out.

Over the last several days, Emily has been using social media to memorialize her beloved Callum. “For holidays/birthdays, Cal and I always bought each other experience that we could share together. For Christmas, he gifted me a bridge climb and zip line,” she wrote alongside a video of the two of them zip lining.

Girlfriend Of Slain Surfer Found In Mexico Shares Voice Message He Left Her

“Knowing my fear of heights he always tried to push me outside of my comfort to enjoy things I would never do on my own.”

Emily said her “heart is shattered into a million pieces,” after learning about Callum’s passing. “I don’t have the words right now.”

“You are one of one. I will love you forever,” she continued before sharing a voice message she received from Callum, a voice message she says she will play “on repeat.” Heartbreaking.

“Happy Tuesday. Good morning. It’s 11:11 and I’m just thinking about you. Just wanted to drop you a quick message and say, hello, baby,” Callum says in the voice message. “Hope you’re having a phenomenal start to your day. I, um, I’m sending a big grin on your face for some reason today. I hope you’re full of positivity and smiles. Cheers baby. Miss ya.”

Alongside his words, she wrote, “That’s exactly who you were. Positivity and smiles.”

According to E! News, Callum, Jake, Jack, and an unnamed fourth victim were discovered on May 5 in “a deep well not far from their campsite.”

Each of the victims were found with gunshot wounds to the head. Prosecutors believe the motives for the murders was a carjacking.

In connection to the murders, a suspect has reportedly been indicted on charges of “forced disappearance,” CNN reports.