In a plea, Iris Flowers, mother of Ryan Singleton, is attempting to raise money to bring closure to the slaying of her son who was found dead in Death Valley, California. The 24-year-old was discovered with his organs missing.
Rolling out reporter Amir Shaw wrote: “Singleton was an Atlanta native who traveled to Los Angeles with the hopes of starting a career as an actor. After visiting New Mexico, Arizona and Las Vegas during a weekend in July, Singleton apparently stopped at a gas station. It was the last time he was seen alive.
“On Sept. 21, two joggers discovered Singleton’s body which was badly decomposed. When police found him, Singleton’s eyes, lungs, liver, kidneys and heart were missing from his body.”
To Whom Reads This:
I am the grieving, hearting-heart, Iris L. Flowers, mother of slain, 24year old Ryan Singleton,whose weekend visit to the West Coast,July 2013,ended with his life being horrificly taken,as someone/something raped him of his eyes,heart,lungs,liver,and kidneys!!!
Coming up on the third year “Angelversary,” of Ryan’s death,I am seeking donations to help enable me to seek answers,justice,closure so that I may have some sort of peace of mind concerning my baby boy’s last days upon the earth.
Donations of any and all amounts will so graciously,humbly,thankfully,appreciatively,BLESSEDLY,be received by myself,to allow me to not give up seeking JUSTICE4RYANSINGLETON,my beloved son.
Continuing to search for answers such as,”How long was my son lying in the desert of Death Valley,Ca.,before being discovered?” “Was there any findings as a result of the autopsy that proved animals were involved in my son’s death?” “What was discovered on phone records,bank records,etc.” “What personal belongings of my son were discovered?” means I don’t have to sit and constantly wonder,but rather gather facts to ease these mysteries.
Please accept my sincerest “THANK YOU & MAY GOD BLESS YOU!!!” in advance of your contribution and please make your donation at your discretion, as soon as you’re able.
She created the GoFundMe page in July 2016 and at the time of this writing has raised $70.