Dog the Bounty Hunter gives terrifying warning to Brian Laundrie – but says he'll take him alive & WON'T kill him

DOG the Bounty Hunter gave an absolutely terrifying warning to Brian Laundrie to "turn himself in" – but he promised to take Gabby Petito's fugitive fiancé alive.

Dog exclusively spoke to The Sun about his ongoing search for Laundrie, who has been on the run since September 13 while his Gabby's body lay in the wilderness for weeks.

"Let me have you, Brian," he growled in his direct address. "What did you do? You're living it every night, aren't you, boy?

"Turn yourself in, Brian. For once in your life, be a man."

The reality star, whose real name is Duane Chapman, also discussed Chris and Roberta Laundrie, whose silence has been analyzed by online sleuths.

"I was going to work on the father's, so to speak heartstrings, the way I get fired the truth right," he told The Sun.

"And sometimes that's what I was going to tell him. I will not kill your son, I will let him, you know, make a phone call. I won't talk to him."

Dog also weighed in on Laundrie's "absolutely terrifying" social media accounts just days before it was revealed she died from manual strangulation.

The 68-year-old claimed that Laundrie was "built to be a killer" through the books that he read and the artwork he shared.

Laundrie has not been named as a suspect in Gabby's death but is a person of interest.

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He has been on the run since September 13 and a warrant was issued for his arrest on September 24.

The 23-year-old fugitive is wanted for misuse of a bank card, which Gabby's family confirmed belonged to the beloved vlogger from Blue Point on Long Island, New York.

The FBI has centered its search on the Carlton Reserve where Laundrie's parents claim he last went for a hike.

A K-9 unit was brought into the area on Thursday but no further details on the search have been released.

Dog mounted his own search at Fort De Soto Park after reportedly receiving a tip that Laundrie was there in early September.

It then emerged that Laundrie and his family had a Labor Day camping trip at the park just days after he returned to Florida alone in Gabby's van.

Turn yourself in, Brian. For once in your life, be a man.

His sister Cassie said they did not discuss Gabby on the trip.

Dog revealed that he had carried out a deep dive into Laundrie's online presence in order to build a profile to hunt him and claimed what he found was "terrifying."

"Back when I started there was no Facebook and there was no internet and you couldn't go back into the personality of the person, you had to interview different people in the family to get what they're like," the famed bounty hunter said.

"Nowadays you can find out someone from their Facebook.

"What Francy and I found on that Facebook is absolutely terrifying," he added of the search he and his wife carried out.

"There are pictures of a demonic angel standing there with the sword and the throat bleeding. There is blood squirting from their eyes.!


Dog also branded what Laundrie is shown reading on his social media accounts as "serial killer books."

"I'm thinking more and more about him being maybe a serial killer, not just a killer of Gabby," he claimed.

"The books he read are unbelievable.

"This kid Brian has taken those books obviously to heart," Dog continued.

"And this is what happens when your kid is looking at those kinds of things, catches on, and it's demons and it is blood and it's this and it's that, look what that led to.

"He just overnight didn't become a killer. A killer is made, and he is built to be, or she, a killer.

"He built himself to be that by looking at that kind of, let's say the dark side stuff, and I call it what it was demonic."


Dog said of Laundrie's social media that there are "pictures of demons all over it" and it gave his wife "goosebumps."

Dog's comments come this week as more details on Gabby's death were revealed.

Dr Brent Blue of the Trent County coroner's office said that she was killed by manual strangulation or throttling determined by the injuries found around her neck during an autopsy.

However, he would not go into further details about what the injuries were.

He would also not confirm if she was killed in the same place as her body was found in Wyoming and would not speak to Laundrie potentially being named as a suspect.

The FBI, which is leading the case, has not yet commented on the full autopsy results.

Dog the Bounty Hunter’s search for Brian Laundrie

Reality television star Dog the Bounty Hunter, Duane Chapman, joined in the search for Gabby Petito’s missing fiancé Brian Laundrie. Here is a timeline of Dog’s search for Laundrie:

  • September 25: Dog the Bounty Hunter officially joins the search for Laundrie. He is seen knocking on the door of Laundrie's parents home in North Port, Florida.
  • September 25: Dog claims in an interview that he promises to find Laundrie ahead of his 24th birthday which is on November 18.
  • September 30: Dog claims he's gotten thousands of tips on Laundrie and isn't sharing with law enforcement.
  • October 1: Dog raises reward money for any tip leading to Laundrie's arrest.
  • October 2: Dog's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, said she has also joined the search for Laundrie.
  • October 3: Dog gives an update on the search for Laundrie. "The search has continued throughout the weekend on the islands off the west coast of Florida," he wrote on Instagram.
  • October 8: Dog does an exclusive interview with The Sun where he slams Laundrie's father for joining law enforcement in the search for his son.  Dog told The Sun, "It's a little too late. Don't you think?"
  • October 12: Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue confirmed Gabby died by strangulation.

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