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Brian Laundrie, according to Dog the Bounty Hunter, could be a serial killer.

Brian Laundrie, the single person of interest in the killing of his girlfriend, Gabby Petito, could be a “serial killer,” according to Dog the Bounty Hunter in a new interview.

“I’m beginning to suspect him of being a serial killer, not just a Gabby killer.” Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, told the Sun that the books he reads are “unbelievable.”

According to the news site, the 68-year-old celebrity TV star — who has been on the lookout for Laundrie, 23 — claimed to have found the fugitive’s “demonic history” and obsession with the “evil side.”

He mentioned the unsettling novels the couple was said to have read.

“He’s been reading a handful of novels that are ten times worse than ‘Dungeon and Dragons.'” Brian, this boy, has certainly taken those novels to heart. And this is what happens when your child looks at things like that,” he explained to the Sun.

“He didn’t become a serial killer overnight.” Chapman said, “A killer is formed, and he or she is built to be a killer.” “By looking at that kind of, let’s say, dark side stuff, he built himself up to be that. There are demon pictures all over it.”

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According to the news outlet, Laundrie previously boasted of reading a book about a serial murderer and commented on Instagram that he and Petito had read Chuck Palahniuk’s horror-satire novel “Lullaby” in 2002.

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“Of all Chuck’s books on my shelves, this one is the f—- weirdest! I have no idea how he wrote it!” I’d love to preach about all of the crazy twists and turns, but all I can say is that Rant Casey is a name I’ll never forget. Green Taylor Simms, or Green Taylor Simms,” he wrote.

“I read this one out loud with my fiancé, and boy oh boy, I can’t believe some of the things that came out of our mouths,” Laundrie continued.

In Palahniuk’s storey, a writer is preparing an article about crib death when he sees a weird link between the deaths of babies and the loss of his own wife and infant.

Carl Streator, a journalist, discovers that his family has died after reading them a “culling song” from a book, and subsequently begins murdering people over petty annoyances after memorizing the rhyme.

Online investigators also discovered some disturbing posts by Laundrie on social media, including one from last year with an image of ghastly creatures wielding scythes.

He allegedly wrote, “Grim Reaper leading sheep to slaughter.”

Meanwhile, Dog’s daughter Lyssa Chapman teased that “major news” about the search for Laundrie will be disclosed soon.

According to the Sun, she tweeted on Thursday, “I’m hoping tomorrow I’ll be able to share some BIG news with you all.” “For the time being, I’ll have to keep my mouth shut… “Believe in the process.”

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