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Just after police found Brian Laundrie’s body in the Carlton Reserve, the exit sign to the park disappeared. It was the second time someone had stolen the wooden sign off its post. The marker had become a macabre souvenir since the Gabby Petito murder case turned the 25,000-acre park in Sarasota into a menacing backdrop for one of the most peculiar media stories of 2021.

I was at the Carlton Reserve the day it reopened with Debbie Blanco, the reserve’s former land manager. Blanco, who had spent more than 22 years taking care of the park, was anxious to get in. For more than a month, at least 16 different law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, hunted for Laundrie, the alleged murderer of Petito, deep inside this lush landscape. No one else was permitted in the park during the search. Blanco and I were there to survey any damage done by the manhunt, sight some of early fall’s blooming flowers and set the record straight about what the Carlton Reserve is really like.

A law enforcement briefing during the Brian Laundrie search.

A law enforcement briefing during the Brian Laundrie search.

Image: ©North Port Police Department/ZUMA Press Wire Service

If you are unfamiliar with the Petito-Laundrie story, congratulations. You escaped a tabloid onslaught that captured international attention for significantly longer than did the bungled U.S. military withdrawal of Afghanistan.

Source : https://www.sarasotamagazine.com/news-and-profiles/2021/12/brian-laundrie-sarasota

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