'Alligator bones' found where Brian Laundrie's remains discovered as sleuths question if he was EATEN in nature reserve

'Alligator bones' found where Brian Laundrie's remains discovered as sleuths question if he was EATEN in nature reserve

October 26, 2021

WEB sleuths are questioning if Brian Laundrie was eaten in a Florida nature reserve as “alligator bones” appear to have been spotted near where the fugitive was found.

FBI detectives positively identified “partial remains” as belonging to Gabby Petito’s fiancé on October 21 following a manhunt that lasted several weeks.



A cause of death hasn’t been announced as an autopsy came back inconclusive, fueling speculation among web sleuths.

A Twitter user, known only as Olivia, claims she found "bones" around 60 yards from where Laundrie’s remains were reportedly unearthed.

She teased “Could be animal" as she uploaded several snaps of the discovery.

One sleuth said: “Definitely gator. They have those long spike extrusions on spoke bones. I feel when the water levels rised, Gators migrated to him and then went back out father as the water receded.”

Another speculated: “I’m sure those gators roam and don’t just stay in the water.”

Alligators kill their prey by clamping their jaws before dragging them underwater. It's not known how Laundrie died.

Some claimed that the bones appear to have come from the bottom of a spine or coccyx.

A Twitter detective claimed the “bones” are not “human remains” while some sleuths suggested that the discovery could be "deer vertebrae".

The find comes just days after hikers spotted a water bottle in a Myakkahatchee Park clearing.

It was also near where Chris and Roberta Laundrie found their son’s white bag, according to Fox News reporter Michael Ruiz.

This is a developing story…

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