Brian Laundrie tried to convince world he was ‘clinically insane’ with his creepy drawings & dark messages, say sleuths

ONLINE sleuths wildly claim that Brian Laundrie tried to convince the world he was "clinically insane" with his chilling artwork and haunting messages.

Amateur detectives unearthed a series of dark comic book drawings the 23-year-old had produced – months before he was found dead in the Florida wilderness.



Laundrie was reported missing on September 17 after allegedly telling his parents Chris and Roberta that he was going for a hike, and online sleuths tried to help the FBI in their probe as cops launched a manhunt.

One artwork posted to his Instagram page in July 2020 shows a skeleton that appears to have blood gushing from it.

The bloodied figure's arms are stretched outwards and the character seems like they are screaming.

Laundrie captioned the picture: “Who watches the Watchmen? Swipe for some Rorschach tests.”

One sleuth claimed: “He’s just trying to make everyone he’s clinically insane. Truly he’s just a psychopath.”

Another posted: “This is so creepy, what a freak.”

A third internet detective commented: “I wonder what the Rorschach tests would say about you, Brian?”

The so-called Rorschach test is claimed to reveal a person’s unconscious thoughts, motives, or desires.

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