INTERNET sleuths claimed an “angel” was seen hovering in the sky as Gabby Petito’s camper van was reportedly spotted on the move.
Pictures show what appears to be the couple’s Ford Transit van on the back of a truck traveling on the highway in St Petersburg, Florida.
It’s not known when the photos were taken, or where the recovery truck was heading.
Online sleuths claimed an “angel” was hovering in the clear blue sky overhead.
One tweeted: “Can we just appreciate the cloud angel that’s over it?"
Another said: “I saw that too. Like an angel peeking into the van through the roof."
A third web sleuth commented: “Oh wow, that’s awesome.”
Gabby’s dad Joe Petito previously shared a photo of the vlogger standing in front of a mural with angel wings.
The snap was uploaded to Instagram moments after the FBI announced last month that they found a body believed to be Gabby's.
Alongside the photo, he posted the caption “She touched the world” with a broken heart emoji.
And, an eight-foot “angel” mural honoring the vlogger has been designed in her hometown of Blue Point, New York, Greater Long Island reports.
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Internet sleuths have tried to help the FBI throughout their investigation into Gabby's disappearance.
Gabby shared a number of harrowing Pinterest posts about mental health in the weeks and months before her death, including an image that read "existence is pain”, sparking concern among web detectives.
The chilling caption was above a wallpaper image of the artificial humanoid creature Mr. Meeseeks from the sci-fi sitcom Rick and Morty. She also shared a black and white version of the same image.
A pen drawing of a female face, uploaded to Gabby's Instagram last April, also raised concerns among armchair detectives.
Written around the figure is a series of messages, one of which reads: "I don't like to go outside. I like my bed."
Another says: "To future me: I'm not sleeping I'm just closing my eyes."
Some followers of the case seem convinced that Gabby’s haunting artwork reflected the vlogger’s fears that she would be killed one day.
While other internet sleuths are convinced her blue sky posts with "I’m blue" Eiffel 65 lyrics were actually coded messages, as one person commented: "Is she trying to say she’s sad??"
On July 31, 2020, the 22-year-old vlogger posted two pictures of herself on Instagram that appeared to show her outdoors wearing a gray top and white pants.
Gabby captioned one post: "I'm blue da ba dee da ba daa 🦋 #imblue."
In the second post, the vlogger captioned it: "Blue his house with a blue little window And a blue Corvette And everything is blue for him 🧊✈️🤍🔹🦕. #blue."
Gabby's caption referred to the Eiffel 65 song Blue (Da Ba Dee), which sleuths have tried to connect as a coded meaning for "sad."
"Online detectives" believe that Gabby’s fugitive fiancé Brian Laundrie is alive after alleging that he logged onto his emails and updated his Pinterest account.
One sleuth known as Ian Scott tweeted: “When I first discovered Brian Laundrie’s email account, I posted that there was activity using it on September 18. Now the latest update is showing activity for October 15.”
The "armchair detective" speculated that either Laundrie is “active”, his account has been hacked, or the “Feds are checking”.
There’s no evidence to support claims that Laundrie has been active on his emails.
Web detectives previously alleged that Laundrie created a Spotify playlist titled "Selfconsomption" shortly after Gabby vanished.
They also alleged that its name was changed to 'Nomadic Statik' – which is the name of the travel YouTube channel which Brian and Gabby created.
Gabby’s remains were found on September 19 in Wyoming and coroners ruled the manner of vlogger’s death a homicide before confirming that she died from strangulation.
The YouTuber vanished just weeks after starting a cross-country road trip with Laundrie where they visited canyon ranges and national parks across America's midwest.
Laundrie returned home to Florida on September 1 without his fiancée and was reported missing days later by his parents Chris and Roberta.
The search to find the fugitive has entered its fifth week as cops continue to scour the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota. So far, they are yet to find Laundrie.
Laundrie allegedly told his parents that he was going for a hike in the nature park.
There have been alleged sightings in other parts of Florida, Montana, Canada, and Mexico, but most potential leads have led to dead ends.
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