Brian Laundrie: Inside the Home of America’s Most Wanted Man

The New York Post has acquired pictures from inside the bedroom of America’s most wanted man, Brian Laundrie, who is accused of murdering his girlfriend, Gabby Petito.

Brian Laundrie, 23, went on a cross-country trip with his fiancée, Gabby Petito, 22, which ended with her disappearance. During the trip, the couple was pulled over and police confirmed that Petito had been abusive towards her boyfriend, but did practically nothing about it. Instead, the two were allowed to continue their trip, which ultimately resulted in Laundrie arriving back home alone, and Petito’s body being found in Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton National Forest.

“Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue confirmed the remains are those of Gabrielle Venora Petito, date of birth March 19, 1999. Coroner Blue’s initial determination for the manner of death is homicide. The cause of death remains pending final autopsy results,” the FBI tweeted.

The FBI has really dropped the ball on this one. Instead of staking out Laundrie’s house after he came home from the trip without his girlfriend, they allowed him to disappear while they were too busy throwing a rally in Washington, D.C. in an attempt to entrap Trump supporters.

As authorities continue their manhunt for Laundrie, and the public continues to castigate the man as a vile murderer without any semblance of ‘innocent until proven guilty,’ photos of the suspect’s bedroom have been shared online by the New York Post.

The outlet reports: “The Post has acquired property documents that reveal a string of recent home sales by the Laundrie family, as well as photos that take us inside the residence he shares with his parents. FBI agents raided the fugitive’s Florida bedroom Monday, a day after Gabby Petito’s now-confirmed remains were found — and the day before her death was ruled a homicide.”

As soon as Brian Laundrie’s parents’ home was officially declared a crime scene, the couple was seen being pulled out of their house as investigators went about collecting and tracking down evidence to explain his sudden disappearance.

The home, which has three bedrooms and was purchased in 2015 for $120,000, was put back on the market two years after the couple purchased it for a serious markup: $215,000. They attempted to reduce the price a month later, but it appears no one was interested, and the house was later taken off the market in January of 2018.

One of the images from the real estate listing, taken in 2017, shows the inside of Brian’s bedroom.

The New York post describes the image of the room, writing:

“One of the images from the 2017 real estate listing takes us inside Brian’s presumed bedroom. A disturbing poster of dark figures with hammers and spheres violently attacking other figures can be seen resting on the two-case bookshelf. Other items observed in the room include what appears to be a gun propped up next to the shelves over his bed, a Darth Vader mask and a series of ‘Watchmen’ books.”

Brian Laundrie's room, 2017

Social media sleuths have claimed that Laundrie, who is apparently an avid reader, can be seen in one video uploaded to the couple’s YouTube channel reading a book about women who go missing.

The 2014 novel, Jeff VanderMeer’s “Annihilation,” is a story of four females who venture into the so-called Area X, where three of them die and the fourth disappears permanently.

Laundrie’s parents also own several other properties, and have sold a few of them over the years. To see more info on those homes, check out the New York Post’s article.

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