Help Find Ashley Flores?
Date Added: May 18, 2006
Few things move people like news of a family in crisis. Most chain letters about missing children are based on fact, but usually out of date. This one, however, was never true, but rather a childish prank gone totally awry.
Please look at the picture, read what her mother says, then forward this message on.
Maybe if everyone passes this on, someone will see this child. That is how the girl from Stevens Point was found, by circulation of her picture on TV. The internet circulates even overseas, South America, and Canada etc. Thanks. Please pass this to everyone in your address book.
We have a Deli manager (Acme Markets) from Philadelphia, Pa who has a 13 year old daughter who has been missing for 2 weeks. Keep the picture moving. With luck on her side she will be found.
"I am asking you all, begging you to please forward this email on to anyone and everyone you know, PLEASE. My 13 year old girl, Ashley Flores, is missing. She has been missing for now two weeks.
It is still not too late. Please help us. If anyone any where knows anything, please contact me at: mailto:HelpfindAshleyFlores@yahoo.com. I am including a picture of her. All prayers are appreciated!!"
It only takes 2 seconds to forward this.
If it was your child, you would want all the help you could get.
Ashley Flores is a real person, but she hasn't gone missing, though she does have a friend who took leave of her senses. A friend of Ashley's decided to pull a prank on her by modifying a popular missing child hoax to make it appear that Ashley had disappeared. Her source text was the Penny Brown hoax, circulating since 2001. But, even that one wasn't original, as it was adapted from even earlier missives about Kelsey Brooke Jones and C.J. Mineo.
BreakTheChain.org recommends against forwarding e-mail chain letters about missing children. For the reasons why, please read "The Trouble with Missing Child Chains" in the Chain-Breaker's Library. Break this chain.