Gabby Petito Case: Photo of Brian Laundrie’s Bedroom Where Gun Hangs on Wall Surfaces

by Shelby Scott
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The search for Brian Laundrie continues. Realty pages have now released images of the Laundrie household throughout law enforcement‘s search for answers surrounding Gabby Petito. While the photos were published in 2017, images reveal an interesting collection of items within Brian Laundrie’s room in particular. Photos most notably capture a gun hanging on the wall of Laundrie’s bedroom.

The gun photographed within Brian Laundrie’s bedroom is not incriminating in itself. However, several other items may point to a strange interest in violence when taken into account overall. The handgun appears decked out with the pattern of the American flag. Further, Laundrie’s room also sports a “disturbing” poster of what appears to be Grecian warriors in battle with one another. The warriors’ weapons feature axes, swords, and knives which appear most clearly.

Additionally, the image notes Laundrie previously owned a collection of “Watchmen” comics in 2017. As a reportedly avid reader, we assume investigations of the home potentially located these books. Either way, according to the Daily Mail, the “Watchmen” series consists of a collection of graphic novels. Within, “the mere presence of American superheroes changed history: The U.S. won the Vietnam War, Nixon is still president and the Cold War is in full effect,” according to D.C. Comic’s series description.

More recently, however, social media posts capture Laundrie reading a telling book. The book, considering Laundrie’s actions so far, possibly point to more incriminating evidence than any of the objects found within his bedroom. The news outlet shared that one of the couple’s YouTube videos from their travels captured Laundrie reading author Jeff VanderMeer’s “Annihilation.” Briefly, the book details four highly educated females during their exploration of Area X. Three of the four women die in the book, and one permanently goes missing.

Brian Laundrie’s Social Media Provides Gruesome Potential Leads

As Brian Laundrie and his now-deceased partner, Gabby Petito, shared their cross-country adventures across social media, their travels weren’t the only noteworthy posts. Just as Gabby Petito’s haunting Spotify playlists provided potentially disheartening clues surrounding her relationship with Laundrie, Pinterest and Instagram accounts potentially linked to Laundrie reveal some of the man’s gruesome inner interests and pursuits.

Those exploring Laundrie’s potential Pinterest account most notably located one chilling quote. The pin reads as follows: “Don’t try to find me. I have finally escaped my ‘master’s’ wicked clutches. To the others I say: JOIN ME. Bite the hand that feeds you. Viva la Beberte – Pierre.”

Interestingly, the quote comes from a missing dog poster shared throughout Portland, Oregon in 2006. The far northwestern state previously stood as the couple’s last destination on their cross-country trip. Perhaps we may find answers there?

Regardless, the pages reportedly belonging to Laundrie serve as a host for even more haunting details. One, featured on the man’s Instagram, highlights his adoration for author Chuck Palahniuk, who wrote several books about the murders of women.

However, one final Pinterest pin serves as quite a literal translation throughout the mysterious ongoing investigation. One board sports an image with two noteworthy details. First, the image possesses an image of a grace, the words “my baby” written across. A quote further reads, “Let her go. Let her go. GOD BLESS HER, wherever she may be.”

So, while the raid on the Laundrie home, apparently, little of use, it appears perhaps authorities should set their sights on the couple’s social media pages as well.

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