WATCH: Eliza Fletcher singing to her students ‘This Little Light of Mine’ Video goes Viral

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The kidnapping of Memphis kindergarten teacher Eliza Fletcher came to a shocking climax after police found her body behind a vacant duplex in South Memphis on Monday, September 5. In any case, the tragic video of Eliza Fletcher singing for her students is reportedly going viral via social media. In the video, Eliza Fletcher is seen happily singing for her students. She sings “This Little Light of Mine” by Harry Dixon Loes and convinces the students to join her in singing the song before she starts talking to the students about her dogs. The video has been viewed more than 635.4 thousand times on Twitter.

The billionaire heiress was out for a morning run around 4:30 a.m. on Friday, September 2, when she disappeared. Eliza Fletcher’s disappearance set off a four-day manhunt that took officials to various lush areas of Memphis. The body was found about 100 yards from the Longview Gardens apartment building. She was allegedly forcibly kidnapped by Cleotha Abston, who was later arrested and charged with kidnapping and allegedly tampering with Evidence.

Heartbreaking video of murdered Eliza Fletcher singing to her students has gone viral

Video has surfaced of Eliza Fletcher, the Tennessee kindergarten teacher who was allegedly kidnapped and killed last week, recording a song for her students. In the clip, Eliza Fletcher, a junior teacher at St Mary’s Episcopal School in Memphis, sings “This Little Light of Mine” and talks to students about her dogs. The video, which has been seen multiple times on Twitter, comes from Eliza Fletcher’s YouTube channel. Eliza Fletcher disappeared early Friday morning after going for a run near the University of Memphis campus. Her body was found Monday behind a vacant house near where she was allegedly abducted, police said.

We are broken and crushed by this senseless loss. Liza was a joy to her many family members, companions, partners, students, parents, individuals from the Second Presbyterian congregation and every individual who knew her, Eliza Fletcher’s family said in a statement. Memphis authorities called the killing “an exceptionally bad day for the city. “While the outcome of this investigation is not what we had hoped for, in any case we are satisfied that we have removed this dangerous predator from the roads of Memphis,” Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn Davis said at a press conference Tuesday. On Sunday, the police caught Cleotha Abston (38), who is associated with the kidnapping and killing of the teacher. He was charged with first degree murder as well as kidnapping.

Fletcher is the granddaughter of the late local businessman and philanthropist Joseph ‘Joe’ Orgill III, who founded a Memphis hardware supply company called Orgill. The privately held family-owned business is currently valued at $3.2 billion, with the company’s website describing it as “the world’s largest independent distributor of hardlines, providing retailers in North America and more than 60 countries worldwide with access to more than 75,000 items and industry-defining retail benefits.

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