Brian Laundrie’s Pinterest may have given clues to how he wanted to die

WEB sleuths claim that Brian Laundrie’s Pinterest account may have revealed hidden clues about how he wanted to die.

Remains found in the Florida wilderness on October 20 were identified as belonging to Gabby Petito’s fiancé through his dental records.

Sleuths appear to have found a tattoo with the letters “DNAR” meaning “Do Not Attempt to Resuscitate” after trawling through Laundrie’s Pinterest account.

A red cross covers a person who is performing chest compressions on a man.

Underneath the artwork reads the caption: “Doctor, I want to die dignifiedly.”

Laundrie’s cause of death remains unknown as a preliminary autopsy came back inconclusive.

His remains have been sent to an anthropologist for further examination.

The inconclusive results have fueled speculation among web sleuths as they try to determine how the fugitive died.

A medium sensationally claimed that she knows how Laundrie died and speculated that his spirit has not crossed over to the afterlife.

The psychic medium told The Sun they were having a difficult time communicating with Laundrie because “he hasn’t crossed over and he probably feels afraid of being reprimanded in some way.”

They added when someone “does something really wrong and they die, they usually don’t want to go to the light because they know they’re going to get punished.”

The medium said: “So he’s clearly not ready. He wasn’t willing to crossover or communicate with me either because he didn’t want to feel remorse.”

Internet sleuths claimed that the fugitive used Gabby Petito’s water bottle to mix a cocktail of drugs before "overdosing".

Hikers discovered a Nalgene water bottle thought to match one that belonged to Gabby – days after cops found bone fragments in the Florida wilderness.

One web sleuth said: “I don’t know why people assume the water bottle is not important. Maybe it contained an overdose of drugs mixed with water as his method of death.”

Another commented: “I think it’s important to Gabby’s case as in: it was her bottle, and Brian took it, why? He knew she wouldn’t need it anymore. He knew she was dead.”

There is no evidence that Laundrie overdosed.

There has been no confirmation that the bottle found belonged to Gabby. And, there is no evidence to support allegations that Laundrie took the vlogger’s water bottle.

A similar-looking bottle can be seen in a YouTube video that Gabby posted in mid-August


And, internet detectives suggested that Laundrie may have been eaten after “alligator bones” appeared to be unearthed – days after the remains were found.

A Twitter user, known only as Olivia, claims she found "bones" around 60 yards from where Laundrie’s remains were reportedly unearthed.

She teased “Could be animal" as she uploaded several snaps of the discovery.

One sleuth said: “Definitely gator. They have those long spike extrusions on spoke bones. I feel when the water levels rise, Gators migrated to him and then went back out father as the water receded.”

Another speculated: “I’m sure those gators roam and don’t just stay in the water.”

Alligators kill their prey by clamping their jaws before dragging them underwater.

Tom Joyce, a retired NYPD commander, exclusively told The Sun that the remains had likely suffered "a lot of post mortem predation."

He said: “If the remains are skeletal, that means the tissue has been pulled away from the bones. Most likely by alligators, crabs, fish, and stuff like that. That's what it sounds like to me because it's definitely not long enough time for it to go naturally.”

Sheriff Kurt Hoffman, of Sarasota County, speculated that Laundrie "probably committed" suicide before cops located his remains.

He revealed that the remains had been bogged up by up to "four feet of water" for several weeks before they were discovered, according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

Attorney Steven Bertolino, who has represented the Laundrie family throughout, says autopsy results could be returned in two to three weeks.

He told The Sun that he doesn't know who has the remains.

The lawyer said: "I was told one to two weeks for the updated report on the cause of death and that was a week ago so I suspect another week or so."

The investigations into Laundrie and Gabby's deaths are active and ongoing.

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.  
  • October 20: Laundrie's personal items were found near the Myakkahatchee Creek Park trail in Florida. The medical examiner was called to the scene to investigate.
  • October 21: Reports stated the human remains found in the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park were bones.
  • October 21: The FBI confirmed the remains found have been identified as Laundrie's.

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