Medium shockingly says she knows how Brian Laundrie died and believes his spirit hasn’t crossed over yet

A MEDIUM has shockingly said she knows how Brian Laundrie died and speculated that his spirit has not crossed over to the afterlife.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the psychic medium said they were having a difficult time communicating with Laundrie because “he hasn’t crossed over and he probably feels afraid of being reprimanded in some way.”

As someone that connects with spirits in the afterlife, the medium said that when someone “does something really wrong and they die, they usually don’t want to go to the light because they know they’re going to get punished.”

They added: “So he’s clearly not ready.

“He wasn’t willing to crossover or communicate with me either because he didn’t want to feel remorse.”

Laundrie's remains were officially identified after an extensive search at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park in Florida on October 21.

The remains were bones including a portion of a human skull that was “badly decomposed,” according to reports. 

“Brian died from trauma to the right side of his head and there was a lot of blood loss,” said the medium, who wishes to remain anonymous.

Anthropologists are reviewing the remains "for further evaluation" after autopsy results came back inconclusive, the family's attorney said.


Cops scoured the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota for weeks as Laundrie was reported missing on September 17.

Read our Brian Laundrie live blog for the very latest news and updates…

FBI teams and bloodhounds searched the 25,000-acre reserve and for most of the search, cops struggled to find any potential leads.

It’s reported that a notebook and a dry bag were also found nearby. It’s unknown what is inside the journal but experts think it may be “salvageable”.

After detectives found articles believed to belong to Laundrie, Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno branded the search "challenging" as he said water levels were "above almost the chest level".

He added that the alligator-infested waters made the probe "more dangerous" as he congratulated those involved.

The Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino has since revealed that the 23-year-old’s body will be cremated and a “traditional funeral” will not be held.

He also confirmed that Chris and Roberta are grieving privately at an “undisclosed location” in Florida, Fox News reports.

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