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ONLINE sleuths have claimed that Gabby Petito's fiancé Brian Laundrie left a hidden note at home before he shot himself.

An autopsy on Laundrie confirmed that the 23-year-old had died by suicide after his remains were found in the wilderness in Florida.

2Online sleuths believe that Brian Laundrie may have left a hidden note at home before his suicideCredit: Social Media - Refer to source 2An FBI officer leaves Brian Laundrie's home in FloridaCredit: Getty Images - Getty

Eight days after Gabby was last seen alive, Laundrie returned to his home in Florida without his fiancée.

While at home he hired an attorney and refused to cooperate with police.

But on September 13, Laundrie's parents claimed their son had left home to go hiking in Carlton Reserve in Florida.

It was the last time they claimed to have seen him.

And now armchair detectives believe that Laundrie left a note hidden for his parents before vanishing.

One sleuth claimed: "I think he possibly would have left a note at home and his parents have it.

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"They would most likely conceal it so that they would not be liable for knowing any of his plans."

Another agreed, replying: "No doubt they knew what was going on.

"He didn't just go 'missing'."

There has been a number of wild claims made about Laundrie's suicide including that his parents "hid a gun under a flowerbed" in their backyard.

Sleuths speculated that Laundrie's parents Chris and Roberta hid a gun under their flowerbed. There is no evidence to support the claims.

"I'm going with it was assisted suicide... help from the perfect parents..." read one post on the Gabby Petito ~ Vanished Discussion Facebook group, which has more than 50,000 members.

"Maybe they'll find the gun in those flower beds," continued the post.

The Laundrie's attorney Steven Bertolino did not reveal where the gun Brian used to kill himself came from or if it has been located by police.

When asked about the weapon used by Brian, he told The Sun: "Not certain."

Online sleuths obsessed with the case have long theorized about the flowerbed in the Laundries' backyard.

They wildly speculated that Gabby Petito's fiancé was hiding in a Doomsday bunker under the flower bed after "drone footage appeared to show suspicious movements".

Others also wildly claimed they spotted a water bottle in his parents' garden that matched one found near his remains.

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Mum shares cheeky way she keeps her kids in check in the run up to Christmas and it’s thanks to a VERY modern Santa

STAYING in touch with Father Christmas in the run-up to Christmas is a tried and tested trick among parents to keep their kids in check.

But convincing kids they're in touch with the big man himself has become harder in recent years.

2One clever mum has been emailing Santa to encourage her kids to be well behavedCredit: Alamy

Now, one mum has come up with a clever way of duping her children into believing she's email contacts with Santa.

Claire Michelle took to the Family Lowdown Tips and Ideas group on Facebook to share her hack, which involved creating an email address specifically for Father Christmas and his elves - santa.elves@gmail.com.

"Anyone else created a fake email address for Santa?" she wrote. "Well I'm assuming yes because when I tried there was A LOT of rejections before I finally managed to find one.

"The things we do for our kids eh? I wonder how many times she's going to ask me to message the big man."

Claire also shared a screenshot of the first email she sent to 'Santa', in which she wrote: "Hi Santa. Ho ho hope you’re ok (sorry couldn’t resist!)

"My little girl Alice has drawn a picture and has asked me to email it to you. Part of me is deeply upset that my child thinks emailing Santa is an acceptable form of communication but another part of me accepts it is the 21st Century and I have to move with the times!

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"Anyway, we hope you’re having a big rest ready for Christmas Eve, Alice and Heidi are being very good girls (your spy camera is definitely helping with that, so thanks)."

She concluded her email by signing it from "Alice (age 6) and her Mummy".

Her post was quickly praised by other parents keen to encourage good behaviour in their kids ahead of Christmas, with one writing: "What a good idea!"

Others shared the ways they'd also set up modern ways of staying in touch with Santa.

"I set up a WhatsApp group with my partner last year named Father Christmas with a picture of the big man as the group picture," one mum wrote.

"My number is saved as Elfy Holly. I write the message then delete my side. The kids think it is amazing when we get texts from the elf," another added.

2Her hack was praised by hundreds of parents on FacebookCredit: Alamy

A third commented: "My eldest daughter thinks that when you become a parent you become eligible for elf school and once qualified, you have secret meetings with Santa and eat mrs Claus mince pies so I just say I had a meeting with Santa/santas elves last night but she also knows the first rule of elf school is… you can’t talk about elf school, so she doesn’t ask any further questions."

Another parent has employed Alexa to do her bidding as Santa, commenting: "I’ve changed my name on Alexa to Santa Claus and send announcements to it when they aren’t behaving."

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