Brian Laundrie update: Mystery as 'rope, poop & cloth found near where remains of Gabby Petito's fiancé were discovered'

A ROPE, feces, and a dirty cloth were reportedly discovered near to where the skeletal remains of Brian Laundrie were found by police last week, an activist has claimed.

In a post on Twitter, self-described Gabby Petito justice seeker Andra Griffin shared photos of the potentially significant discoveries inside Myakkahatchee Creek Park on Sunday morning, adding that police had been notified.

"Might not be anything … Might be something. We made a report to the North Port City Police and a unit is in route [sic]. We will keep everyone posted," she wrote.

Followers of Griffin suggested the items could help to unravel the mystery currently surrounding Laundrie's death, whose skull and bones were found on a grassy patch of the park after a more than five-week search for the 23-year-old.

The breakthrough in the case came just moments after Laundrie's parents, Chris and Roberta, found a backpack belonging to their son next to a path he was known to trek.

Until recently, the area had been submerged in floodwaters. Chris and Roberta made the discovery less than 90 minutes after arriving at the park.

The remains will undergo further examination by a forensic anthropologist after an autopsy failed to establish a cause and manner of death.


Sleuths responding to Griffin's post claimed the discovery of the rope may indicate that Laundrie hanged himself.

However, not all appeared convinced, charging that the rope may have been planted after the fact or simply unrelated to Brian's death.

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