Brian Laundrie conspiracy map shows locations of ‘clues’ sleuths think will crack case from mystery gun to floating leg
12th November 2021

THE tragic disappearance and death of Gabby Petito has gripped the nation, with online sleuths determined to get to the bottom of what happened.

Self-proclaimed internet "detectives" believe they have uncovered a number of "clues" that could reveal what happened to the vlogger and her fiance, Brian Laundrie.

Gabby, 22, was found dead near the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming on September 19 after Laundrie returned home to Florida from their cross country road trip without her, before vanishing himself.

Laundrie was reported missing by his parents on September 17 and a wide-scale manhunt was launched as cops endlessly scoured the Florida wilderness.

The search for Laundrie came to an end on October 21 after cops positively identified remains found at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.

Wyoming coroners have revealed that Gabby died from strangulation – but Laundrie's cause of death remains unknown.

But internet sleuths believe there are "clues" and pointers to what happened to both Gabby and Laundrie as it is largely unclear what actually went down in the lead up to their deaths.

Some believe a notebook unearthed near Laundrie's remains could contain a suicide note and reveal what happened to Gabby.

FBI detectives found personal items, including a notebook and backpack, believed to belong to Laundrie, as they combed the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota, Florida.

Criminologist Casey Jordan said a notebook “pointed to the possibility” of a suicide note, 7News reports. The contents inside the notebook remain unknown.

Jordan told CNN: “That really raises the question if indeed this is Brian Laundrie and if he died by his own hand, did he take the time out to write out a note of explanation, maybe even regret?"

And sleuths believe the notebook could even reveal the truth about Gabby's murder or contain chilling drawings.

Meanwhile, it's believed Laundrie's "digital footprint" could be key in the investigation into his and Gabby's deaths.

The 23-year-old's social profiles and mobile phone could hold important information about what happened.

And sleuths also believe they've spotted signs she was scared of Laundrie in her Instagram posts and van life videos – which could shed some light on the lead up to her death.

The tragic vlogger wrote about feeling "blue", mental health struggles and shared emojis which suggested a "cry for help", according to social media users.

Sleuths say they were clues that she lived in fear of Laundrie.

It comes as it's thought DNA found on Gabby's body could provide a "huge clue" for cops investigating who killed her.

Paul Belli, an ex lieutenant of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, thinks Gabby’s killer could have left DNA on her body.


He told CNN: “You would expect DNA on either one of them from the other. But I mean, if there’s DNA maybe where it shouldn’t be, that could be kind of a clue as to what may have occurred.

“So there are ways to absolutely, at least get you to a point where you’re like ‘Ok this definitely makes sense, this is the person who did this crime.”

Meanwhile, web sleuths fear a gun found weighted down in water by fisherman could be connected to Gabby's murder.

The firearm was found at the same park Laundrie had visited with family in September, leading some to believe this could be the weapon used to murder his fiancé.

Online "detectives" also believe a leg found floating in Tampa possibly belonged to Laundrie – despite no evidence backing this up.

The leg was found in McKay Bay by a kayaker prompting a dive team to enter the scene to try and find more remains. 

There is no evidence that shows any connection between the leg found in the bay to Laundrie but some people have speculated that it may be him.

A Facebook user wrote: "Oh my, wonder if it's Brian's,"

Another user wrote: "Brian, is that you?"


And sleuths also claim that Laundrie's "creepy" content on Pinterest could have predicted his fate as he posted about the "afterlife".

His Pinterest account was filled with several disturbing contents, including a frame that depicted Bart Simpson's soul leaving his body as the character says, "Hey cool I'm dead!"

Laundrie's other posts include a chilling pencil sketch of a bloodied and bruised woman, which some have compared to Gabby's body.

Meanwhile, a TikToker who says she picked up Laundrie as he hiked alone has told of the "red flag" she spotted during the journey.

Miranda Baker, a Wisconsin-based TikTok user, says she and her boyfriend were approached by Laundrie for a ride at Grand Teton National Park in Colter Bay, Wyoming.

The Tiktoker says as Laundrie described his situation, she noticed a "red flag".

"The biggest red flag is why would you go camping for multiple days alone with just a backpack and leave your fiancee in your van," Baker said.

"It just doesn't make sense."

Laundrie's remains have been given to a forensic anthropologist to be inspected, and his cause of death is expected to be determined by the end of November.

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