Brian Laundrie seen reading a novel about missing women


Internet detectives claim Gabby Petito’s boyfriend Brian Laundrie is seen reading a book about missing women in a video uploaded to the couple’s Youtube travel channel.

Laundrie, who has been named a person of interest in the case, is briefly shown reading what appears to be Jeff VanderMeer’s “Annihilation,” a 2014 novel about four women who venture into the so-called area. X, where three of them die and the fourth remains permanently.

“The clip shows… Brian reading a book, and it’s apparently called Jeff VanderMeer’s Annihilation, about groups of people exploring uncharted terrain that go missing,” TikTok user Alyssa Rose said of the disturbing video. “, according to Newsweek.

The odd clip was posted on the couple’s channel, “Nomadik Statik,” on August 19.

“This particular book in the series follows four women. What? “She said under her grip, said @ alyssaest93.” So many people said this information needs to be passed on to the police. “

But other TikTok users have found the connection wacky, the outlet noted.

“This 10,000% Annihilation book has nothing to do with this case. They are literally aliens. It’s almost just offensive at this point, ”@julezandtherollerz wrote.

Brian Laundrie has been named a Person of Interest in Gabby Petito’s disappearance.

Rose replied, “Don’t dig into the small details of the book. Just look at it as a whole.

In the book, the four women – a biologist, an anthropologist, a surveyor and a psychologist – cross the border into the uninhabited area that has been closed to the public for 30 years, reports the Conan Daily.

In the end, the biologist was the only surviving member and decided to stay in Zone X.

Annihilation film again.
Brian Laundrie was reading Annihilation, a book about groups of people exploring uncharted territory that go missing and which was adapted for film in 2018.
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A 2018 film based on the novel starred Natalie Portman and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

On Sunday, the FBI confirmed that the body found in a Wyoming national park is likely the 22-year-old Long Island native.

The lawyer representing Laundrie and her parents – who all refused to speak to police about Petito’s disappearance – called the discovery of his apparent remains “heartbreaking.”

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie.
The FBI has confirmed that the body found in a Wyoming national park is likely Gabby Petito’s.

Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue confirmed earlier Sunday that authorities discovered a body in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, where the FBI, National Parks and local law enforcement are looking for Petito since last week.

Petito went missing late last month on a trip across the country with Laundrie, who returned home without her on September 1.

Her boyfriend also went missing last week, prompting a massive search of the 25,000-acre Carlton Reservation near her parents’ home in North Port, Florida.


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