Seven unsolved mysteries from Brian Laundrie search as details of his final camping trip & journal still to be revealed10/25/2021
SEVEN unsolved mysteries from Brian Laundrie's search remain as details of his final camping trip and journal have not yet been revealed.
Nearly one week after Laundrie's remains were discovered in the Carlton Reserve in Florida near his parent's house over a month after he vanished, a handful of details are left unknown.
Internet sleuths, along with anyone who has been following the search for Gabby Petito's fugitive fiance, can't help but wonder what happened on the 23-year-old's final camping trip, what was written in a notebook found near Laundrie's remains, and was he eaten?
It's also not yet known what happened to Laundrie's body, the details on the water bottle found near his remains, and why was there a mystery rope in the area.
As Laundrie's parents have revealed their son's body will be cremated without a funeral as his autopsy results returned as inconclusive, many are left questioning whether Petito was killed by her fiance.
Brian Laundrie's final camping trip
It still remains a mystery why Laundrie went camping with his parents in Fort De Soto in Pinellas County in September.
Christopher and Roberta Laundrie apparently went camping when the 23-year-old returned with the van and without Gabby.
Additionally, the Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino said Cassie Laundrie "saw her brother Brian on September 01 when he stopped by her home and again on September 6 at Fort De Soto Park."
Pinellas County records revealed that Laundrie's mom checked into a campsite at the park from September 6 to 8 – days before Gabby was reported missing by her family on the 11th.
The Laundries then claimed that they last saw their missing son on September 14 when he didn't return from a hike at the 24,000-acre Carlton Reserve in Florida.
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