[VIDEO] John Walsh Drops Alarming New Theory About Brian Laundrie And His House in North Port, Florida

[VIDEO] John Walsh Drops Alarming New Theory About Brian Laundrie And His House in North Port, Florida

Leave it to John Walsh to state the obvious. This man, who has dealt with a child going missing, sadly has a better scope of this sort of situation than the average person, not to mention the shows he’s hosted hunting down fugitives.

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And even though Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of murdered Gabby Petito, is no victim, quite the opposite, actually, John was still able to come up with a theory about his “disappearance” that I think holds a lot of water, and makes a lot of sense.

Insider reports that John Walsh, the host of “In Pursuit,” has joined the search for Brian Laundrie and expressed skepticism over whether anyone actually saw Laundrie in his family home after he returned from a road trip with Gabby Petito.

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“I’m of a different persuasion and a different philosophy on going back to the swamp. I think he was never there,” Walsh told CNN of ongoing police efforts to search for Laundrie in the Carlton Reserve in Florida.

John thinks the story of Brian returning home and staying there all this time is hogwash. He thinks Brian went on the run a helluva long time ago.

Walsh, who previously hosted “America’s Most Wanted,” said he didn’t believe Laundrie, whom authorities consider a person of interest in Petito’s disappearance, ever went to the Carlton Reserve. “His parents and the lawyer on the phone bought him five days, four days, to get out in front of this,” he told CNN.

He questioned the family’s claims that Laundrie had gone to the reserve and described it as unusual that the family found his Ford Mustang and left a note for him to return.

“In a 60,000-acre preserve they just found his car,” Walsh said, adding that there were reports the car didn’t leave the driveway when the family said it did.

Walsh however, was more concerned over the lack of reports of anyone seeing Laundrie in the home.

“‘Has anybody seen any confirmation that he was in that house?'” Walsh said he’d been asking reporters. “What if he came back with the van? He was there for 10 days. Great amount of time to prepare for an escape. Could’ve scraped the van. I’m surprised the FBI finds anything in that van or anything in the house. So 10 days he’s there, did anybody see him? Did any neighbors ever actually see Brian?”

Laundrie returned to his family home in North Port, a city near the nature reserve in Sarasota County, on September 1st, without Gabby.

RELATED: New Photo From “Deer Cam” in Florida Woods Sends Gabby Petito Case Into Overdrive

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If that “Deer Cam” video really did capture Brian Laundrie, that means that he’s at least 500 miles from home.

How could this guy walk 500 miles in a few days’ time?

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This would mean Walsh’s theory holds more water, and he’s actually been on the run for a lot longer period of time, and if that’s the case, his parents and his lawyer have some explaining to do.

 

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