The Overlooked Detail About Hunt for Brain Laundrie That is Horrifying
The manhunt for Brian Laundrie ended last week after authorities found the remains for Brian in Florida.
It’s very sad that he couldn’t face the people that he hurt and tell what happened and then face his accusers before a court of law to be dealt earthly justice.
Don’t think that justice hasn’t been dealt to Brian. God himself will see to it that Brian Laundrie gets what he deserves in the afterlife.
But as crazy as all of this is, there is one fact that has been overlooked for the most part. That is the fact that during this manhunt, authorities have found eight other bodies along the way.
Since Sept. 14, authorities have found remains suspected to belong to New Jersey woman Lauren Cho, who was staying with friends in the Yucca Valley before she went missing on June 28 after leaving her Airbnb on a remote hiking trail in California.
In late September, authorities uncovered the body of hiker Robert Lowery who has been missing since Aug. 20. His body was found in Wyoming.
The bodies of newlywed couple Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner were also found at a campsite in Utah in August. Authorities said the couple had been fatally shot.
Authorities have said that Schulte and Turner’s deaths were not connected to Petito’s case, but investigators in a Utah resort town refuse to rule out a possible connection between their deaths and Petito’s murder, The Independent reported. Investigators noted that Schulte worked at the Moonflower Community Cooperative where Petito was seen engaged in a violent argument with Laundrie days before the couple’s bodies were found
Authorities also found the bodies of a homeless man in Alabama, a mission woman in Colorado and remains in North Carolina, according to 7News Australia.
For the most part, people weren’t even looking for these individuals. Thousands of people go missing every year and it’s truly tragic.