Autopsy report says Brian Lowdry’s body was ‘cleaned up’ by wild animals, including coyotes, after he shot himself in the head: Cops say they found a note confessing to killing Gabby Petito in a ‘dry bag’ along with photos.
- According to the autopsy report, Brian Lowdry’s body was “cleaned” and eaten by wild animals before it was discovered by police in Florida in October.
- “On October 20, 2021 at approximately 08:20 am, search parties found a backpack and shoes that were identified as belonging to Brian Laundry,” the post reads.
According to a recently released autopsy report, Brian Lowdry’s body was “cleaned” and eaten by wild animals before it was discovered by law enforcement in a Florida swamp in October.
“October 20, 2021 at approximately 08:20 a.m., search parties found a backpack and shoes that were identified as belonging to Brian Laundry,” a long-awaited report released on Monday, months after the body of the 23-year-old Long Island resident was found in the expansive Carlton Reserve, reads.
In a report released by the Sarasota Medical Examiner’s Office, investigators noted that Laundry’s “personal effects”, including the notebook in which Laundry confessed to killing her friend and fellow traveler Gabby Petito, “were surrounded by human remains that were strewn across earth. on dirty ground in plain sight.”
The 47-page document then notes that Londry had been subjected to “moderately extensive carnivore activity, as evidenced by the multiple gouged and gnawing marks” on his corpse.
“These areas correspond to carnivores and/or omnivores, including canids such as wild dogs and coyotes, as well as rodents and raccoons,” the filing adds.
In the report, investigators noted that Laundry’s “personal effects”, including a notebook in which Laundry confessed to killing her girlfriend Gabby Petito, “were surrounded by apparent skeletal human remains that were scattered across the filthy ground in plain sight.”
A 47-page document released Monday by the Sarasota Medical Examiner’s Office notes that Londry had been subjected to “moderately extensive carnivore activity, as evidenced by multiple gouged and gnawing marks” on his corpse.
In addition to the notepad, Laundryman’s remains, found on October 20 in a Carthlon Preserve swamp near his parents’ home in North Port, Florida, were found to contain several other items, including a wooden box containing the diary, as well as several photographs.
“Both the skeletal remains and personal items were in plain sight and scattered across the muddy ground,” he adds.
According to the report, one of the shots included a photograph of the Laundromat. but it’s not clear what the other photos showed.
The report confirms that Laundry died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head that caused extensive fractures to his skull.
Authorities recovered “the vast majority of the skeleton” except for a few bones from his teeth and his face, documentation continues, adding that Laundry’s toxicology report showed no signs of drug use before his suicide death.
The sensational document also revealed that authorities recovered a pair of green shorts, shoes, a ring, a backpack and a gun from what was left of the ravaged remains, which were partly hidden by “overgrown vegetation,” the document said.
The report states that Brian Lowdry claimed responsibility for the murder of Gabby Petito in a notebook that was found next to his remains. Petito last spoke to her parents in August, and her remains were found in September. Laundry’s remains were found in North Port, Florida two weeks later in October – a month after he disappeared. The young couple were traveling cross-country in a van, but things turned sour, and in August, just weeks before her death,
Near the Laundromat’s corpse, at a nearby “minor” scene, authorities found animal skeletal remains that suggest the self-proclaimed killer was hunting before his death.
Lawyers also found an incomplete handwritten note on the “secondary” site, but did not detail its contents, as well as a “MOAB Coffee Roasters” hat owned by the Laundromat.