BRIAN Laundrie’s social media footprint boasts a menagerie of disturbing art images, including a tattoo of a soup bowl filled with severed heads.
The inked image shows a right hand spooning one of the heads out of the soup bowl.
The cannibalistic slant on a hearty hot meal was posted on Pinterest before before the 23-year-old fugitive went missing, and ultimately was found dead last month in a Florida nature reserve.
Internet sleuths have been combing through both Brian's and his fiancee Gabby Petito’s social media accounts for clues since the couple abruptly cut short their their cross-country van-life adventure.
Gabby was found strangled to death in Wyoming and Brian’s remains were discovered in a Florida nature reserve.
The soup bowl tattoo is filled with what appears to be women’s head doubling as dumplings, their wavy hair settling like ramen noodles.
It's one snap among an assortment of disturbing images on his Pinterest account, showcasing his affinity for the macabre, including various skeletons and a bloodied woman.
Most recently, a squirrel composited image resurfaced from Brian’s Pinterest account.
The homicidal squirrels appear to be trying to squeezing the lift out of each other.
It's especially prescient considering Gabby was found strangled in the Wyoming wilderness.
The Teton County coroner and FBI confirmed the human remains found on September 19 were those of Gabby.
On September 21, 2021, the Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue confirmed that Petito died as a result of a homicide.
The official autopsy report was released by Teton County revealing that Gabby’s cause of death was strangulation.
Some of Brian’s final online posts he shared publicly were kept in a folder titled “Bleak” not long before the last known sighting of Gabby in late August.
His last post was the hand-drawn cover of a pamphlet called “Burn Out”, a guide to autistic burnout.
Autistic fatigue is described as "intense physical, mental or emotional exhaustion" experienced by adults dealing with autism.
It can leave people unable to carry out everyday tasks and sometimes also leads to "outbursts of sadness or anger" and even suicidal thoughts, experts say.
Brian’s skeletal remains were found dead in a Florida nature reserve last month culminating a five-week search involving federal as well as local cops – even reality star Dog the Bounty Hunter.
The cause of death has not been revealed.
He had been named a person of interest in the murder of 22-year-old van-life vlogger Gabby whose remains were found in remote Wyoming in September.
On September 23, the FBI Denver Field Office issued an arrest warrant for Brian for swiping Gabby Petito's debit card after her death.
While he was the only "person of interest" in Gabby's murder, Brian was never named as a suspect.
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