BRIAN Laundrie’s nightmarish artwork has spooked internet sleuths as his drawings show heads without bodies.
A picture posted on Laundrie’s Instagram page on July 15, 2020, appears to show people fighting and wrestling with some seemingly armed with clubs.
This image was posted on Laundrie’s Instagram page on July 15, 2020Credit: Instagram/Brian Laundrie
Laundrie captioned the image ‘How man treats one another’Credit: Instagram/Brian Laundrie
Commentators were disturbed by the image and others posted on Laundrie’s Instagram pageCredit: Instagram/Brian Laundrie
Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito had been on a cross-country road trip before she disappeared and was later found murderedCredit: Social Media – Refer to source
The post was captioned: “How man treats one another.”
One commentator wrote: “How Brian treated Gabby might be a more fitting caption. Not a nice caption but an accurate one.”
Another added: “All violent and dark ‘art’.”
A third said: “Creepy af.”
In another picture of his artwork posted the same day five skeletons armed with scythes surround a flock of sheep with the caption “Grim Reaper leading sheep to the slaughter, and a mousetrap”.
Earlier this week Teton County Coroner Brent Blue confirmed in the autopsy report Gabby Petito died by “strangulation / throttling”.
On September 23, the FBI Denver Field Office issued an arrest warrant for Laundrie.
He is not currently considered a suspect in Petito’s murder but is considered a “person of interest.”
Two days later, a warrant was issued for Laundrie’s arrest after investigators claimed he had “used unauthorized debit cards after Gabby Petito’s death.”
The doctor appeared during a Tuesday press conference to share the findings in the case where he even mentioned that Gabby was strangled and left in the wilderness of Bridger-Teton National Forest for four weeks before her remains were found on September 19.
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The manner of her death was ruled a homicide, but the cause of death from the autopsy report had been withheld for weeks.
During the press conference, Dr Brent Blue described Gabby as a victim of domestic violence but refused to comment on whether her 23-year-old missing ex-fiancé Brian Laundrie is a suspect.
Federal and local Florida law enforcement have for more than four weeks been searching for Laundrie in the 25,000-acre Carlton Reserve based in Venice, Florida.
In other developments in the case, Gabby Petito’s parents have branded Laundrie a “coward” and slammed his parents.
In an interview with Australian TV show 60 Minutes due to air October 17, Gabby’s dad, Joe Petito, said: “If they do know something and they’re withholding that and they don’t want to let us know, it’s cruel.”
Her mom Nicole Schmidt added: “Their actions don’t show that their son is missing. It shows that they’re just comfortable and they probably know where he is.”
A private investigator has also revealed Laundrie is on a list of potential suspects in a separate murder he is probing.
Jason Jensen has linked 23-year-old Laundrie to a case he has taken on involving a murdered newlywed couple who went missing on August 13 in the La Sal Mountains.
Meanwhile, Dog the Bounty Hunter has revealed what he was going to say to Brian Laundrie’s family when he first knocked on their door.
“I know what it is to have a son in jail, and I know every time they hear an ambulance there or siren, we can’t tell the difference,” Dog told The Sun in an exclusive interview.
“I know a lot of things that, over the 40 years of experience I have catching criminals, that I know what to tell a parent.
“Fifty to 70 percent of the parents don’t tell me where they’re at,” Dog continued.
“They will sit right there and lie to me like crazy. After I capture their son or daughter and then they say, ‘Dog, we knew.’
“And I say, ‘I know.’ And then they say, ‘What do you expect? It’s my child.”
Brian Laundrie timeline
Brian Laundrie has not been seen since the morning of September 13. Here is a timeline of Laundrie’s latest whereabouts:
- July 2021: Brian Laundrie and his fiancé Gabby Petito leave for a grip across the country. The couple visit numerous national parks across the way.
- August 12: Police in Utah respond to an incident involving the couple. The bodycam footage is not released for another month but it shows a visibly upset Gabby talking to police after reports of a domestic violence incident outside a grocery store.
- August 24: Gabby is seen leaving a hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah, with Laundrie.
- September 1: Laundrie returns to his home in North Port, Florida without Gabby.
- September 6: Laundrie joins his family on a camping trip about 75 miles from their home in North Port.
- September 11: Gabby’s family reports her missing.
- September 13: Laundrie leaves home to go hiking in Carlton Reserve, Florida. His family had initially said he departed on September 14, but revised their timeline weeks later.
- September 15: Laundrie is named a person of interest in the case of Gabby.
- September 16: Bodycam footage is released regarding the incident between Gabby and Laundrie.
- September 19: The FBI announces a body found at a Wyoming national park is believed to be that of Gabby’s.
- September 23: The FBI issued a warrant for Laundrie’s arrest claiming he “used unauthorized debit cards after Gabby Petito’s death.”
- September 26: A funeral is held for Gabby in New York.
- September 27: Dog the Bounty Hunter announces he will lend a hand and help search for Laundrie.
- September 28: Gabby’s family held an emotional press conference as the search for Laundrie continued.
- October 5: Laundrie’s sister, Cassie, appeared on Good Morning America and urged her brother to come forward.
- October 7: Laundrie’s father, Chris Laundrie, assisted law enforcement in the search to find his son.
- October 12: Gabby’s autopsy results were made public. Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue confirmed Gabby died by strangulation.
Laundrie is currently being hunted by the FBI and law enforcement officersCredit: Social Media – Refer to source
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