New surveillance video from a Wyoming store shows Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie last August 27th, the last time she was seen alive.
Gabby Petito Hours Before She Was Killed
Brand new surveillance video released by Fox New Digital showed a “scared and exhausted” Gabby Petito.
The video shows Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie at a Wyoming Whole Foods store mere hours before her murder in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
As the two approach the store, you see Petito’s arms crossed and Laundrie with his hands in his pocket and face hidden.
The couple walked around the store, browsing around.
In this photo, you see Petito’s arms crossed again.
After the couple left, Fox reports they stayed in the van for 20 minutes before driving away.
Shortly before grocery shopping, the couple ate at the Merry Piglet Tex-Mex Restaurant in town, where Laundrie got into an argument with three female restaurant staffers.
New Video Released
You can watch the video here.
Body Language Expert Weighs In
“She felt very small,” Susan Constantine, a body language expert and president of the Human Behavior Academy, told Fox News Digital. “You could see it in her whole body language: Her shoulders are always more scrunched over, she’s holding herself, her stride and everything.”
“It doesn’t look like a close relationship there, a loving relationship,” the body language expert said. “There’s space between them. There’s no connectiveness.”
Petito appeared diminutive and kept looking down, Constatine commented, which indicates she was feeling guarded, introverted, and emotionally contemplative.
Gabby’s Untimely Murder
Two weeks before they appeared in Whole Foods, they were involved in a domestic violence call in Moab, Utah. As a result, Laundrie flew home for a week, leaving Petito behind in a Salt Lake City hotel.
A search by the FBI and police forces discovered Petito’s remains at a campsite north of Jackson on September 19, eight days after Laundrie had returned to his parents’ house in Florida without her.
The hunt for Gabby Petito hit all news channels and airwaves, as law enforcement, public volunteers, and even Dog the Bounty Hunter went on a quest to help find Gabby.
Here is the confession note from Brian Laundrie.
Gabby’s family has filed a $50 million wrongful death suit against Brian’s parents, who they speculate helped Brian flee from the authorities, but they were never charged with a crime.
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