Brian Laundrie's father Chris is hugged by wellwisher who says 'I can see it from both sides'

BRIAN Laundrie's father was hugged by a well-wisher who tailed him back to his home to tell him his son's death was a "tragedy" that they "could see from both sides."

The skeletal remains of Brian Laundrie were found in Florida's Myakkahatchee Creek Park on October 20 – just over a month after his fiance, Gabby Petito, was found strangled to death at a campsite in Wyoming.

An investigation remains ongoing into Brian's cause of death. He has never officially been named as a suspect in Gabby's murder but he was the sole person of interest in the case.

For weeks, the North Port home of his parents, Chris and Roberta, had been subject to a media frenzy and frequent protests with news crews parked out front around the clock and angry members of the public chanting at the foot of their driveway.

Since Brian's remains were found more than a month ago, the scene outside the Laundrie family home has returned to a state of relative normalcy; a shrine to Gabby erected by activists seeking justice for the slain vlogger is no longer on display, and news crews have since turned their attentions elsewhere.

But as questions continue to linger, the fascination in the case appears to remain for some.


In a bizarre video uploaded by a Youtuber couple who operate the account "From Bridgeport to North Port", the pair appeared to be driving aimlessly around North Port in search of Chris.

Uploaded on November 14, the vloggers are first seen driving past the Laundries' home, exclaiming: "the pickup's gone – to the reserve let's go, let's go, let's go!"

Before long, the couple finds themselves driving directly behind Laundrie's red pickup truck – which was pictured widely during coverage of Petito's murder – and struggle to contain their excitement.

"We're pulling up right behind them," a woman is heard saying. "Oh my God, we're right behind Chris Laundrie."

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