Petito aspired to be a travel blogger
travel blogger Jane Bethune, who identified Gabby Petito’s In video footage from a summer trip to Wyoming, Vans reacted Tuesday to the FBI’s confirmed news that the remains found on Sunday belonged to the 22-year-old.
Teton County Coroner Brent Blue had on Sunday identified the remains located in Bridger-Teton National Forest as Gabby Pettito and died of homicide, the agency said Tuesday.
“I’m exhausted. I’m exhausted. I’m exhausted. I’m exhausted emotionally and physically,” Bethune said in an Instagram post on Tuesday. “My brain is mush. My phone is so attached to the charger, I miss those corded phones I grew up with. I think I’ve consumed like 30 calories in the last 36 hours. Coffee matters. is it, isn’t it?”
She said that her feelings felt like a “flipping carnival ride” that kept spinning.
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“But every bit of it was worth it,” she said after her decision to publish footage of Pettito’s van, which she located around the same sprawling campground area in which the 22-year-old’s remains were discovered. “It was worth it because this community came together and brought Gabby home.”
Bethune went on to say that Petito has “brought so many people together, so many hearts, beating as one.”
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“She’s a beacon of light and hope. And we can never fully repay her for what she’s done for us,” the travel blogger told Petito to her followers on her YouTube channel, Nomadic Static, with 1 million subscribers. Said before encouraging to receive. Her dreams of becoming a travel blogger come true.
Petito and his 23-year-old fiancé, Brian Laundry, were traveling from New York to Oregon in a white 2012 Ford Transit van, which they converted into a camper. Petito had an aspiration to become a travel blogger and set up a YouTube page and website called Nomad Static to get her blogging career off the ground just before she disappeared.
Pettito’s Instagram and TikTok accounts also showcase the various places she and Laundry traveled over the summer. Her last Instagram post with a specific location was in Arches National Park, in Moab, Utah, although she later published photos without a location. His last Instagram post was published three weeks ago.
Videos from Bethune suggested the pair were together in Wyoming near Grand Teton National Park in late August.
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Bethune concluded: “I know I’m totally spent, but it’s nothing, absolutely nothing compared to Gabby’s family. I know they’re hurting, they’re broke. Gone, and extremely tired. But I also know that he is an incredibly strong and handsome man and I admire him more than words can.”
Bethune previously told Granthshala News that she saw Pettito and Laundry driving the white van in her blogging footage after someone tagged her in a story and in late August for any possible clues from anyone in the Tetons. Requested to see photos and videos. Gabby’s disappearance.
Pettito’s family reported her missing on September 11, when she last spoke to her mother in late August.
Laundry North Port, Fla. returned home in the U.S., where the couple lived with Laundry’s parents, 10 days earlier on 1 September with no sign of her fiancée. Authorities recovered the van on September 11 and began forensic examination of the vehicle on September 14.
Laundry is a Person of Interest In the case and since then also reported missing. North Port law enforcement officers are searching the 23-year-old for any symptoms on Tuesday in an area of the Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Reserve not far from Laundry’s family home.