While looking for Brian Laundrie, the fiancee of the murdered girl Gabby Petito, the law enforcement officers have discovered horrible things, unrelated to Gabby’s case!
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At least 5 other bodies of dead people were found during the manhunt for Brian!
According to the report published by the New York Post,
“One of them was 33-year-old Josue Calderon, who was found at the Yadkin Valley Overlook in North Carolina, one of the locations where Laundrie was rumored to be hiding out.
Investigators said Calderon had been stabbed to death.
Then there was Robert Lowery, 46, who was found in Wyoming near where Peitito’s remains were discovered in September.
Lowery had allegedly committed suicide.
The body of Sara Bayard was found in El Paso County, Colorado, where Petito and Laundrie had shared a photo of themselves the same day Bayard was reported missing.
Lauren Cho’s body was discovered in Yucca Valley, California, thanks in part to the nationwide interest in the Petito case, the Post reported.
The body of a homeless man was also found in a Mobile, Alabama, dumpster the same day reports emerged that Laundrie could be in the city.”
The brutal revelations that the officers came onto during the manhunt have put an accent on the fact that there are so many people going missing around the States, and most of them, are overlooked and forgotten.
When it comes to Brian, the FBI reported that
“Regarding the search for Laundrie, “items of interest” were discovered at the Carlton Reserve in Florida on Wednesday.”
UPDATE: Items of interest were located at the Carlton Reserve this morning in connection with the search for Brian Laundrie. An #FBI Evidence Response team is processing the scene. The reserve is closed to the public and no further details are available at this time. @FBIDenver pic.twitter.com/itOYRpY6fp
— FBI Tampa (@FBITampa) October 20, 2021
— WFLA NEWS (@WFLA) October 20, 2021
This is, by far, the most intriguing murder case in the States, that will be echoed through history, just like The Family Next Door…