Gabby Petito sleuths think Brian Laundrie wrote her last posts after spotting one of final Instagram pics was weeks old

BRIAN Laundrie wrote Gabby Petito's final Instagram posts and gave away one crucial detail, online sleuths claim.

Gabby's supporters have highlighted that the second-last post made on her Instagram account was using pictures that were taken weeks before and that other lengthy captions were "not like her."

The post was made on August 19 showing Gabby lying in the bed in the back of the van they were traveling in with Laundrie sitting at the base.

The second picture is a shot from above of their van.

"Almost immediately after telling @bizarre_design_ how happy it made me to see that people were truly respectful of the park, I watched some guy leave his processed pre-packaged plastic conglomerate of lunch garbage on the picnic table!" the post was captioned, tagging Laundrie's account.

However, Gabby's supporters became suspicious after noting that she had already used the first picture in her highlight "Van Life" three weeks before and tagged Laundrie meaning he would have access to the photo.

The second shot of the van was also shared by Laundrie himself two weeks before and included in the same highlight.

The post also didn't have any location tag, which appeared out of character for Gabby after her previous travel posts.

"I'm just gonna point out that these last two posts do NOT have location set up. The rest of her posts do!" one user wrote.

Sleuths also took issue with the caption used in Gabby's post from August 12, the same day it is now known Moab Police in Utah responded to an incident between her and Laundrie.

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That day, the couple had been forced to spend the night apart after a 911 call was made about domestic abuse.

The post shows the couple adventuring in Arches National Park but it is claimed the caption is longer like Laundrie's style as opposed to Gabby's.

"We decided to take the path less traveled on the other side of the arch," it began.

"After waiting in a short line for some photos under the arch early monday morning, we wanted to find a place to relax and draw while still admiring the arch, but also get away from the crowd that kept growing as the day went on.

"We walked just a little past the arch where the rock is at such an angle, it appers [sic] impossible to walk on, but being such expierenced [sic] hikers, I had confidence that I could make it," the typo-ridden caption continued, before adding another lengthy explanation of their climb.

"He always writes about not wanting people to bother them, this is definitely him," one user commented underneath the post.

"I don’t believe she wrote this. He is the wordy one and tends to brag," another added.


It comes after sleuths also questioned Gabby's final post.

The last photo on her account shows her posing in front of a butterfly mural with a knitted pumpkin and the caption “happy halloween."

It was posted on August 26 – two days after her last confirmed sighting.

"This post doesn't add up," said one Instagram user about Petito's last post.

"They were traveling across the country visiting state parks then all of a sudden a post where they are back in civilization with a generic description.

"This was not posted by Gabby."

Many also pointed out that Petito's hair appears to have been recently dyed blonde, whereas her previous posts don't show her hair as light.

"Her hair looks freshly dyed here. In her hiking pics, she has more roots. This may have been an old picture posted," speculated another commenter.

These apparent inconsistencies have added to speculation that someone else could have posted the last images on Petito's Instagram.

The app has not commented on whether it is aiding the investigation into her disappearance and death.


It comes as the search for Brian Laundrie continues on Tuesday as he remains a person of interest in Gabby's death.

Laundrie, 23, has been missing for more than two weeks, vanishing sometime around September 14.

He allegedly told his parents he was going hiking in a nature reserve in Venice, Florida, but never returned.

A more than week-long search of the reserve has so far yielded no trace of him.

Laundrie's disappearance came just days after his fiancee Gabby was reported missing by her mother on September 11.

Her remains were found at a campsite in Wyoming eight days later.

He and Gabby had been on a cross-country road trip, touring the US' national parks, when Laundrie quietly returned home to Florida on September 1 alone, driving the couple's repurposed white van.


Gabby's family reportedly made numerous attempts to reach Laundrie, inquiring where the 22-year-old vlogger was, but received no response.

Laundrie also refused to cooperate with a police investigation into her disappearance and immediately retained an attorney.

He has not been named as a suspect in her murder, however, a warrant has been issued for his arrest in relation to allegations of unauthorized use of a debit card, which is believed to belong to Gabby.

Laundrie's parents on Monday denied any knowledge of his whereabouts.

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