DOG the Bounty Hunter wildly speculated that Brian Laundrie could be a “serial killer” and is obsessed with the “dark side” after claiming to unearth the fugitive’s “demonic past”.
The reality TV star appeared to uncover the chilling novels that Gabby Petito's fiancé had allegedly read.
Dog said that he and his team build a profile of the fugitive they are trying to catch, honing in on their interests and hobbies.
He told The Sun: “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.”
Dog recalled that he would get “mad” at his kids for reading the Dungeon and Dragons stories as he’s a believer in Jesus.
The reality TV star claimed: “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.
“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."
Internet sleuths previously uncovered Laundrie's apparent interest in the "dark side".
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The fugitive wrote in an Instagram post that he and Gabby read the horror-satire novel Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk.
He said: “Reading is different than any other consumption of media, it takes more effort than staring at a screen half alive, it allows you to use your brain rather than melt it, and there is no author more stimulation to me than Chuck Palahniuk.”
Lullaby, published in 2002, tells the story of journalist Carl Streator, who is writing an article about crib death when he notices a strange connection between the deaths of the babies and those of his own wife and infant.
He then finds out that his wife and child had died after he read them a "culling song" from a book.
Streator unintentionally memorizes the rhyme and becomes a serial killer who kills people over minor annoyances.
And online sleuths also discovered a series of chilling artworks on his social media pages.
One haunting piece shows what appears to be a man wearing a wolf mask holding a blood-soaked knife.
Another post dated July 15 2020 is captioned: “Grim Reaper leading sheep to the slaughter" and shows a herd of sheep surrounded by ghoulish figures wielding scythes.
Laundrie was reported missing by his parents on September 17 – days after allegedly telling them that he was going for a hike in the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota, Florida.
Dog has continued to scour the Fort de Soto campground and its surrounding islands after receiving a tip-off that the Laundries had camped there on September 6.
The reality TV star’s daughter Lyssa Chapman says “big news” on the hunt for Laundrie could be revealed today.
She tweeted: “I’m hoping tomorrow I’ll be able to share some BIG news with you guys.
“Having to stay tight-lipped for now… trust the process.” She ended the post with a crossed fingers emoji.
The tweet sent internet sleuths crazy as Twitter "detectives" speculated "something is happening".
Cops and FBI agents continue to scour the Carlton Reserve.
The Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino said Laundrie's dad Chris had joined cops in their search efforts amid reports that investigators discovered a fresh campsite at the national park.
But, investigators appeared to refute the alleged findings.
Josh Taylor, a spokesperson for the North Port Police Department, told CNN: “No campsite was found out there.
“Is it possible that they thought that there might be a campsite out there or something they may have seen from the air but when they got on the ground that’s not what it turned out to be? “Sure I think that’s a possibility.”
There have been a number of alleged sightings since Laundrie was reported missing, including in parts of Florida, Mexico, Canada, and Montana.
Dog has been served with a $1.3million lawsuit accusing him of “racist and homophobic behavior” before and after filming his axed reality show Dog Unleashed. He vehemently denies the allegations.
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