The Daily Mail reported that. In the search for missing persons, officers regularly come across the bodies of other missing persons, but also because media attention is re-establishing interest in older disappearances.
The search for Gabe Pettito, a 22-year-old American influencer and vlogger, began on 9/11. She was reported missing two months after she and her fiancé, Brian Laundry, 23, left on a road trip across the United States. They said it was a trip to “really get to know each other” before getting married. But it will be their last trip together. Laundry returned home alone on September 1, and disappeared on September 13. Pettito’s body was found six days later. Turns out she was murdered.
The issue has already begun to stir a lot in the United States. Pettito’s body was searched with great force in the first week. When this was found, the search for her fiancé, the prime suspect in the murder, was continuing. His remains were probably found on Wednesday near where the backpack and notebook were found.
The Daily Mail found after a police poll that since the search for the two began, the bodies of at least nine other people have been found in the United States.
For example, there is the case of 22-year-old Emily Ferlazzo. She and her husband of 41 years had driven the diverted bus to Vermont on her first wedding day. But Josef Ferlazzo came home alone and said he had never seen her again. The next day he confessed to killing her. On the bus, officers found her severed body parts.
Another example: the case of the disappearance of Lauren Cho (30 years old) from New Jersey. She was last seen in a valley with some friends and her ex-boyfriend. With all the attention to Petitou, people began to see parallels with Chu’s disappearance, and they complained to the police that Chu’s disappearance was not receiving much attention. The search was resumed and a dead body was found. It has not yet been determined, but it is expected that it will be Cho.
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