Brian Laundrie's parents' behavior while searching Carlton Reserve is 'not normal as they're not frantic,' expert says

BRIAN Laundrie’s parents weren’t acting “frantically" while searching for their fugitive son at a Florida nature reserve, a body language expert says.

Patti Wood told The Sun: “What we’re seeing is different from that norm." 


LACK 'FRANTICNESS'

The norm is to behave with a sense of urgency, walk together and be constantly shifting their heads to find any clue.

Wood didn't see that in Chris and Roberta's behavior during the clips she analyzed.

"They’re not together and not doing normal sweeping to side to side motion – or looking low, at a regular level and looking up and away," she said. “There’s not a franticness.”

The FBI identified the skeletal remains found yesterday belonged to their 23-year-old son using his dental records.

"On October 21, 2021, a comparison of dental records confirmed that the human remains found at the T. Mabry Carlton, Jr. Memorial Reserve and Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park are those of Brian Laundrie,” a statement by the FBI reads.

Two detectives shared their findings by paying a visit to the Laundrie's home in-person on Thursday evening.

The FBI also confirmed the identification in a statement.

"On October 21, 2021, a comparison of dental records confirmed that the human remains found at the T. Mabry Carlton, Jr. Memorial Reserve and Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park are those of Brian Laundrie," it read.

Authorities had been searching for Laundrie since his parents Chris and Roberta reported him missing on September 17. 

Laundrie had told his parents that he was going for a hike at the 24,000-acre Carlton Reserve on September 13 – which was the last time they saw him.

The fugitive has been on the run since his fiancé Gabby Petito was found strangled to death in Wyoming on September 19.

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