Controversial Brian Laundrie Halloween displays with skeletons and fake graves created by sick trolls

SICK trolls created distasteful Brian Laundrie displays with skeletons and fake graves for Halloween as they marked the holiday.

Warped social media users shared pictures showing skeletons lying in makeshift caskets – in what appears to be a likely reference to the “partial remains” cops found in the Florida wilderness last month while searching for Brian Laundrie.

Another distasteful picture shows a skeleton leaning against a tree, alongside the sign: “Breaking News, we found Brian Laundrie.”

A sick Twitter user shared a picture of a skeleton, a backpack, and a fake notethat reads: “I’m sorry Gabby.”

The troll appeared to be referring to the notebook and backpack that was reportedly found as cops made their discovery.

Cops said the notebook was “salvageable”, prompting internet sleuths to speculate what may be inside.

Some web detectives claimed to-do lists, while others thought it could contain examples of Laundrie’s chilling artwork that he was renowned for.

The contents of the notebook remain unknown and it's not known if anything was written inside.

Sick trolls poked fun at Laundrie as images surfaced of people wearing laundry baskets and flowerbed costumes ahead of Halloween.

One post read: “Found my Halloween costume. I’m going to the house on Halloween!!!”

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