Gabby Petito: How search for vlogger led to discovery of NINE other bodies

The most recent body that the police found was that of 22-year-old Emily Ferlazzo

                            Gabby Petito: How search for vlogger led to discovery of NINE other bodies
Gabby Petito's case has led to discovery of several other bodies including that of Lauren Cho (Twitter/Dr. Credulous Charlie M.D., Instagram/gabspetito)

The search for Gabby Petito, the Long Island native who went missing in September and was later found strangled to death, has led to the discovery of the bodies of at least nine other missing people. The most recent body that the police found was that of Emily Ferlazzo, 22, whose parents reported her missing after her husband claimed he had not seen his wife for days. Joseph Ferlazzo, her husband, later confessed to shooting her and dismembering her body. 

In another case, remains have been found in the high desert near the last known whereabouts of missing New Jersey woman Lauren Cho, Southern California authorities searching for the woman have said. However, no connection has been officially made to 30-year-old Lauren "El" Cho. Cho was reportedly last seen in the area around Hoopa Road and Ben Mar Trail between Morongo Valley and Yucca Valley on June 28. Sheriff's officials have said that the remains' identification by the San Bernardino County coroner could take several weeks.


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On October 9, the remains of Sara Bayard were discovered off the highway in Douglas county, after she was reported missing on July 4. The investigation into the cause of the 55-year-old's death, however, was stalled due to the lack of body tissues. Another body found was that of 33-year-old Josue Calderon, a Rhode Island native who was stabbed to death on the Blue Ridge Parkway along the Appalachian Trail below the Yadkin Valley Overlook in North Carolina.

Miya Marcano's body was discovered in a wooded area near Tymber Skan apartments in Orange County (djeternalvibes/Instagram)

The body of missing student Miya Marcano was discovered in a wooded area near Tymber Skan apartments in Orange County, where the man suspected of having abducted her once lived. Search crews found her body around 10.45 am on Saturday, September 2, near the dilapidated apartment. Miya Marcano was last seen around 5 pm on Friday, September 24, near the University of Central Florida in Orlando, at the Arden Villas apartments on Arden Villas Boulevard. Deputies started searching for Marcano on Sunday, September 26, in the wooded area behind her apartment building.

She was a sophomore at the nearby Valencia Community College and worked in the complex’s onsite leasing office. Marcano's apartment had been found in disorder, with bloodstains on a pillow. Police later announced that 27-year-old Armando Manuel Caballero, a 'person of interest' in Marcano's death, had died by suicide.

The body of Robert Lowery was found in Wyoming near Gabby Petito's remains. The Teton County Coroner’s Office in Wyoming has confirmed that Lowery died by suicide from a gunshot wound to his head. The body of Lowery, a father of two from Houston, was found on September 28 near the Black Canyon Trail in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, where Petito’s remains were found on September 19. 

Kylen Schulte, 24, and Crystal Turner, 38, were reported missing on August 16 and found dead on August 18. The couple was found partially undressed and had been shot to death. Reportedly, they had been camping in the La Sal Mountains and told friends that a 'creepy man' was bothering them and that 'if something happened to them, that they were murdered.' Another body belonging to an unnamed homeless man was found in a dumpster at an Alabama Walmart on September 20.

Kylen Schulte (L) and her wife Crystal Beck (R) were shot dead while camping in Utah (Facebook/Moonflower Community Cooperative)

Meanwhile, partial human remains have been discovered in the nature reserve where, according to Laundrie's parents, their son had gone for a hike when they last saw him more than a month ago. Laundrie's backpack and a notebook have been recovered too. This development in the case comes after Long Island native, Gabby Petito, was found strangled to death at the Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming on September 19. Her fiance, Laundrie is the only person of interest in her murder.