Gabby Petito shared harrowing Pinterest posts about mental health battle before death as cops hunt Brian Laundrie

GABBY Petito appeared to share harrowing Pinterest posts about mental health before her death as cops continue to hunt for her fugitive fiancé Brian Laundrie.

The vlogger, who died from strangulation, also posted about how “existence is pain”, sparking concern among internet sleuths.



Sleuths spotted a series of harrowing stickers that were shared on Gabby’s Pinterest account.

Most posts on the vlogger's "Arts and Illustrations" board contained designs of mountain ranges and detailed pencil sketches but a black and white sticker stated: “Social media seriously harms your mental health".

A pin on a board where Gabby shared images of cartoon characters said: “Existence is pain”.

The chilling caption was above a wallpaper image of the artificial humanoid creature Mr. Meeseeks from the sci-fi sitcom Rick and Morty. She also shared a black and white version of the same image.

A pen drawing of a female face, uploaded to Gabby's Instagram last April, sparked concern among web sleuths.

There were a series of messages scattered around her face.

One read: "I don't like to go outside. I like my bed."

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Another says: "To future me: I'm not sleeping I'm just closing my eyes."

At the top of the drawing, a sign states: "From the inner workings of my mind…"

Sleuths appeared to start reading into the meaning of Gabby's artwork that she captioned #boredinthehouseandiminthehousebored" – likely in reference to the hit that went viral on TikTok during the Covid shutdowns in 2020.

Other messages around the drawing say: "Not now, I'm busy sleeping" and "you were like a dream".

'HAUNTING' DRAWINGS

Online detectives seem convinced that Gabby’s haunting artwork reflected the vlogger’s fears that she would be killed one day.

Some web sleuths are convinced her blue sky posts with "I’m blue" Eiffel 65 lyrics were actually coded messages as one person commented: "Is she trying to say she’s sad??"

On July 31, 2020, the 22-year-old vlogger posted two pictures of herself on Instagram that appeared to show her outdoors wearing a gray top and white pants.

Gabby captioned one post: "I'm blue da ba dee da ba daa 🦋 #imblue."

In the second post, she captioned it: "Blue his house with a blue little window And a blue Corvette And everything is blue for him 🧊✈️🤍🔹🦕. #blue."

Another person chimed in, saying: "Blue as in sad???"

Gabby's caption referred to the Eiffel 65 song Blue (Da Ba Dee).

AMATEUR DETECTIVES

Online sleuths have suggested a range of theories as they try to help law enforcement in their investigation.

Last month, FBI agents released the last text sent from Gabby’s phone which contained the word “Stan” – which internet sleuths claimed is a codeword for “danger”.

In the August 27 text to her parents, the vlogger wrote: "Can you help Stan, I just keep getting his voicemails and missed calls."

Gabby's grandfather is called Stan – and it appears she is talking about him.

Social media users claim Stan is a reference to the Eminem song in which a male partner tied up his pregnant girlfriend before killing her.

One theory circulating online is that the Stan referenced in Gabby's text is an acronym that stands for "Send The Authorities Now."

Days later, on September 1, Brian Laundrie quietly returned home to Florida in the couple's van without Gabby.

'DEBUNKING THEORIES'

Gabby's remains were then found at a campsite near Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming on September 19.

Coroners ruled the manner of Gabby’s death a homicide before confirming that she died from strangulation.

Meanwhile, Laundrie remains at large – weeks after he was reported missing by his parents Chris and Roberta.

He allegedly told them that he was going for a hike in the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota, but cops have not found the fugitive.

Survivalist Mark Burrow says law enforcement should've found "evidence" by now if Laundrie is hiding in the 25,000-acre nature park. The reserve is home to alligators, snakes, coyotes, and hogs.

While former FBI agent Jennifer Coffindaffer thinks it’s “certainly plausible” that Laundrie may be hiding out on the Appalachian Trail.

She told NewsNationNow Monday: "It's one of the possibilities that have to be considered.

"I believe he is a camper, I think he likes that sort of arena that is the mountains, and I think that's obvious by the trip he chose to take with Gabby Petito."



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