INTERNET sleuths claim that Brian Laundrie's dad Chris took a 90-degree turn and cut through dense woodland to the exact location of his son’s belongings.

Partial remains, a notebook, and a dry bag were discovered on October 21 in the Florida wilderness, bringing a near five-week manhunt for the 23-year-old fugitive to an end.



The articles were found on the same day that the fugitive’s parents Chris and Roberta joined search efforts at the Myakkahatchee Creek.

A Twitter user, known only as Olivia, uploaded a TikTok video with the caption: “This is crucial. Chris Laundrie took a 90-degree turn from Live Long Trail into dense brush and briers and walked 75 feet directly to Brian’s Dry Pack without stopping (sic).”

In the clip, a woman says: “Chris Laundrie cut through something that nobody else would’ve done unless they were fluent to this area and knew exactly where they were going and what they were looking for.”

A man adds: “He came exactly where the dry bag was and where the major remains were found. Exactly to the point.”

The blue dots on the map are thought to represent the "90-degree turn".

Some internet sleuths were convinced by the theory, as one Twitter user replied: “This is not crucial. Chris knew where Brian’s favorite places were out there. So he went to Brian’s favorite spot and found the dry bag.

"It makes perfect sense to me.”

Lawyer Steven Bertolino, who has been representing the Laundries throughout the case, told The Sun that Chris and Roberta were at the scene when the remains and items were found “in an area where they had initially advised law enforcement to be”.

Bertolino added that Chris found his son’s white plastic dry bag in full view of a news reporter, who was about 20 feet off the trail.

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