Brian Laundrie's skull could show 'GUNFIRE or hit to the head' and 'more pieces may be in Carlton Reserve,' expert says

BRIAN Laundrie could have died any number of ways including from a gunshot or a fractured skull, a forensic expert said. 

The "compromised" human skull found at the Florida reserve on Wednesday and verified by dental records will hold clues to how the 23-year-old fugitive ex-fiancé died – as the young man's autopsy was ruled "inconclusive". 


“Unless there is specific trauma to an area like the skull that would give us an indication that this is gunfire in some way or that he had been struck in the head with a depressed skull fracture; something of that nature,” forensic expert Joseph Scott Morgan said in an interview with NewsNationNow.

The "skeletal remains" including the human skull were found near a dry bag pulled out of the bramble by Brian’s dad, Chris, as well as a notebook belonging to his son from the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.

Authorities were able to positively identity skeletal remains found inthe 24,000-acre reserve using the fugitive's dental records.

The results of a subsequent autopsy were inconclusive.

"No manner or cause of death was determined, and the remains were sent to an anthropologist for further evaluation," Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino confirmed in a statement.

The remains of Gabby Petito's fiancé will now be sent to an anthropologist, who will try to figure out how he died.

WANTED BY FEDS

The FBI named Brian as the only person of interest in Gabby's murder when they revealed the shocking discovery that his personal items were found.

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