Dog The Bounty Hunter Says Brian Laundrie May Be A Serial Killer

Dog The Bounty Hunter Says Brian Laundrie May Be A Serial Killer Instagram/gabspetito

Dog the Bounty Hunter has claimed that Brian Laundrie, the missing man wanted in connection with the disappearance and murder of his fiance Gabby Petito, may be a serial killer. Dog the Bounty Hunter, real name Duane Chapman, joined the search for Laundrie, who was last seen on September 14, earlier this month. While he believes he’s getting closer to finding out where Laundrie is, so far, there’s been no concrete progress. However, that hasn’t stopped Chapman from making an assessment of Laundrie’s potential criminal proclivities.

  1. Part of locating Laundrie is profiling him. Talking to The Sun, Dog the Bounty Hunter said he and his team put together a profile of Brian Laundrie to help their case. This profile includes his personality type, hobbies, and interests. This is what led Chapman to make the claims about Laundrie. “I’m thinking more and more about him being maybe a serial killer, not just a killer of Gabby. The books he read are unbelievable,” he said.
  2. Chapman believes Laundrie’s taste in literature is particularly suspect. Chapman gets mad at his own kids for reading Dungeons and Dragons stories, so his opinion here should perhaps be taken with a grain of salt. “A couple of the books that he’s been reading are 10 times worse than Dungeon and Dragons. This kid, Brian has taken those books, obviously to heart,” Chapman explained. “And this is what happens when your kid is looking at those kinds of things. He just overnight just didn’t become a killer. A killer is made, and he is built to be or she, a killer. He built himself to be that by looking at that kind of, let’s say the dark side stuff. There are pictures of demons all over it.”
  3. Chapman would fit in well with internet sleuths. Many people have become obsessed with the fact that Brian Laundrie made an Instagram post about reading the novel Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk, which is about a journalist who becomes a serial killer after realizing his family died after he read them a “culling song.” Of course, this likely means nothing – Palahniuk is a major literary figure and millions of people from around the world have read his novels without becoming serial killers.
  4. Police are still looking for information on Gabby Petito’s death. All speculation aside, the FBI has urged anyone with any information about Petito’s death or Laundrie’s whereabouts to call 1-800-CALLFBI (225-5324).
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