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Dog the Bounty Hunter update – Brian Laundrie’s sister Cassie is ‘HIDING something’, Dog fears after he went to her home

DOG the Bounty Hunter thinks Brian Laundrie's sister Cassie is hiding something, and he tried discussing the case with her on Saturday.

The 68-year-old reality star showed up to Cassie's house in North Port on Saturday.

TMZ reported that while Dog knocked on her door "like crazy," no one answered.

Dog reportedly said he's certain that Cassie knows more about the whereabouts of Brian.

The Bounty Hunter previously uncovered "terrifying" information on Brian Laundrie's Facebook page, and revealed to The Sun he fears Laundrie could be a "serial killer."

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, he said of Laundrie, "I'm thinking more and more about him being maybe a serial killer, not just a killer of Gabby."

Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, explained that he relies heavily on social media profiles when tracking down fugitives.

The art on Brian's Facebook page was deeply disturbing, Dog said.

He said: "There are pictures of demonic angels standing there with the sword, and the throat bleeding. There is blood squirting from their eyes."

Dog said he believes Laundrie "didn't just become a killer overnight," but rather through a culmination of "demonic" things he was exposed to.

Gabby Petito's body was found in Grand Teton National park on September 19, eight days after her family reported her missing.

Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue confirmed that Gabby Petito died by strangulation during a press conference on Tuesday afternoon. 

Read our Dog the Bounty Hunter live blog for the latest news and updates...

  • HERE'S WHO IS WORKING ON THE MANHUNT

    Real name Duane Chapman, Dog announced he had hurt his ankle while searching for Laundrie in Florida's Fort De Soto Park.

    While it was initially reported he had ended his search as a result, a spokesperson clarified that he isn't "giving up" the hunt.

    "Dog and Francie Chapman need to attend to a variety of matters at home in Colorado, including Dog’s ankle injury which occurred during the search," the spokesperson said.

    Doug's daughter Lyssa Chapman is managing "logistics" and researching leads from Hawaii, while bounty hunter Greg Zecca does the same from Colorado.

    “Dog and the team will continue to search until Brian Laundrie is found," the spokesperson added.

  • 'STRANGULATION IS NOT AN ACCIDENT,' SAYS DOG

    Dog called out Brian Laundrie's parents for possibly helping their son evade capture.

    "It seems like, based on the [autopsy] report and coupled with their behavior, that they have most likely aided and abetted a murderer."

    "Strangulation is not an accident," he continued. "Right now it looks very bad for the Laundrie family."

    Dog urged Brian to "make a deal" with investigators and "turn yourself in now."

  • SOME SUSPECT BRIAN IS COMMUNICATING THROUGH FAMILY LAWYER

    Dog the Bounty Hunter responded to public speculation that Brian may be communicating with his parents via the family attorney.

    "If Brian is communicating with his parents through their lawyer, we've got a problem [with the] lawyer," Dog said.

    "This client right privileges [have] gone a little bit too far. I really don't think the lawyer is that stupid," Dog continued.

    "I do think ... he might be like, 'I don't want to hear that [or], 'You can't tell me that kind of stuff,' because he's come up with a few lies that I discovered, where they were where the sister was," Dog alleged.

    "They were still here on the night and the next day."

  • DOG DISCUSSES WHAT HE'D SAY TO THE LAUNDRIE FAMILY

    DOG the Bounty Hunter has revealed what he had planned to say to Brian Laundrie's family when he first knocked on their door.

    "I know what it is to have a son in jail, and I know every time they hear an ambulance there or siren, we can't tell the difference," Dog told The Sun in an exclusive interview.

    "I know a lot of things that, over the 40 years of experience I have catching criminals, that I know what to tell a parent.

    "Fifty to 70 percent of the parents don't tell me where they're at," Dog continued.

    "They will sit right there and lie to me like crazy. After I capture their son or daughter and then they say, 'Dog, we knew.'

    "And I say, 'I know.' And then they say, 'What do you expect? It's my child."

  • DOG WAS ON HIS HONEYMOON WHEN SEARCH FOR BRIAN BEGAN

    Dog revealed in an exclusive interview with The Sun that he left his honeymoon prematurely so he could capture Laundrie.

    Dog said he and his wife followed the case "because of what was happening, because they went through Colorado and were close to us. So we followed it then all of a sudden all my fans are like ‘Dog Dog Dog this is up your alley!'"

    “So one of the last reasons that I want to catch him- so I could continue my honeymoon.  I hope that's not any disrespect to anybody involved in this case because it's terrible, but that's where we stand now, in our honeymooning.” 

  • FORMER FUGITIVE SAYS BRIAN SHOULD SURRENDER

    Seth Ferranti, a former fugitive who was on the run for two years, advised Brian to surrender to authorities, in an interview with FOX News.

    “If you have money, as long as you have money, you can stay hidden,” said Ferranti. He went on to say that Brian could not use credit cards while on the run, and that getting a fake ID is crucial.

    Ferranti was able to turn his life around after getting caught. He earned a degree while in prison and is now an established writer.

    “It was kind of a relief when I did get caught, even though I had to face that 25 years,” he said.

  • DOG WANTS TO SPEAK TO CASSIE LAUNDRIE

    Some of the people Dog, aka Duane Chapman, is looking to speak to include Laundrie's sister Cassie, according to sources close to the bounty hunter.

    Despite rumors he left the case, Dog is indeed still in Florida and is resting after he injured his ankle earlier this week, sources told TMZ.

    He was filmed knocking at Cassie's door on Wednesday, but got no answer.

    Dog's push to speak to Cassie may prove beneficial given that she already spoke to a number of protesters outside of her Florida home earlier this month.

  • DOG DOESN'T BELIEVE LAUNDRIE DIED BY SUICIDE

    Many have speculated that Laundrie took his own life, but Dog disagrees with that theory.

    "I guess it takes a lot of guts to kill yourself. I know that I think I got a lot of guts, but I don't have that much guts," he said.

    "I don't have [those] guts myself so I don't think he does either." 

    He added that he won't give up the search for Laundrie, saying, "I think they all wish that we thought that he was dead. I don't think he is personally."

  • DOG STILL BELIEVES LAUNDRIE IS ALIVE

    Dog said he personally believes that Laundrie is still alive.

    "In the beginning ... I thought [Gabby's death] was not intentional -- second degree, involuntary," he told The Sun.

    "Now, the way he's running, I think it's more than that. Is he alive? Oh, yeah. Yeah, he's alive," Dog continued.

    "Do they wish he was dead? Oh yeah. Do they wish that we thought that his body was being eaten by alligators? Oh yeah."

  • DOG TALKS ALLIGATORS AND WILD BOARS

    "I've learned I learned a lot in this case ... I thought I knew at all," the famous bounty hunter explained.

    "...I found out that a hog, wild boar, if they eat a human, and they check for DNA, we're so close to their DNA, they can't tell it."

    "I also found out that an alligator, when they get you they don't go -- like we see on TV -- eat you up," Dog added.

    Alligators "drowned you and then stick you up underneath the bank for four or five days to start softening up, and then they eat you," he added.

  • DOG TO CHRIS LAUNDRIE: 'I WILL NOT KILL YOUR SON'

    The reality star discussed Chris and Roberta Laundrie, whose silence has been analyzed by online sleuths.

    "I was going to work on the father's, so to speak, heartstrings," Dog told The Sun.

    "That's what I was going to tell him. I will not kill your son, I will let him, you know, make a phone call. I won't talk to him," Dog added.

  • 'FOR ONCE IN YOUR LIFE, BE A MAN,' DOG DEMANDS

    Dog exclusively spoke to The Sun about his ongoing search for Laundrie, who has been on the run since September 13 while Gabby's body lay in the wilderness for weeks.

    In a direct address to Laundrie, Dog said, "What did you do? You're living it every night, aren't you, boy?"

    "Turn yourself in, Brian. For once in your life, be a man," he added.

  • DOG JOINS THE HUNT: TIMELINE, PART TWO

  • DOG JOINS THE HUNT FOR BRIAN: A TIMELINE

  • WHAT DID DOG FIND ON BRIAN'S FACEBOOK PAGE?

    Dog was disturbed by the art on Brian's Facebook page.

    He said: "There are pictures of demonic angels standing there with the sword, and the throat bleeding. There is blood squirting from their eyes."

    "This is what happens when your kid is looking at those kinds of things, it catches on, and it's demons and it's blood and it's this and it's that, look what that led to."

    Dog said he believes Laundrie "didn't just become a killer overnight," but rather through a culmination of "demonic" things he was exposed to.

    "A killer is made, and he is built, to be a killer," he said. "He built himself to be that by looking at the dark side stuff."

  • DOG'S DEEP DIVE: 'TERRIFYING'

    Dog the Bounty Hunter uncovered "terrifying" information on Brian Laundrie's Facebook page, and revealed to The Sun he fears Laundrie could be a "serial killer."

    "I'm thinking more and more about him being maybe a serial killer, not just a killer of Gabby," Dog said of Laundrie.

    Dog explained that he relies heavily on social media profiles when tracking down fugitives.

    In Laundrie's case, he said: "What [my wife] Francie and I found on that Facebook is absolutely, I can say, terrifying."

  • STILL ON THE CASE

    Lyssa reacted to a tweet about her father remaining in Florida to search amid his injury with a red heart.

  • ANKLE INJURY

    Dog headed to Colorado earlier this week to meet with his doctor, after suffering an ankle injury while out searching for Brian Laundrie.

    The bounty hunter has since returned to Florida and resumed his search for the fugitive.

  • LYSSA SHARES TIKTOK ON SEARCH

    Lyssa Chapman retweeted a TikTok discussing the search dog activity at the Carlton Reserve.

  • COSTLY SEARCH

    The 25,000-acre national park is home to alligators, venomous snakes, Florida panthers, and bears.

    It’s thought that millions of dollars have already been spent on the operation.

    Search and rescue expert Mike Hadsell told the Daily Mail: “I can accurately estimate they are spending $200,000 a day on this search.”

  • LOOKING GUILTY

    The bounty hunter said that Brian’s “continued evasion of law enforcement makes him look guilty. 

    “I can’t fathom how Brian’s parents can live with themselves.” 

    “They need to be doing more to signal Brian to stop running,” Dog said. 

    It comes after an autopsy report revealed that Gabby Petito was strangled four weeks before her body was found. 

  • ENDING HIS HONEYMOON, CONTINUED

    In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the 68-year-old reality star opened up about how he interrupted his honeymoon when he heard that Brian had gone on the run after his fiancé Gabby Petito went missing – and then later turned up dead – last month.  

    “We came down to Florida for our honeymoon because Francie was born there.  

    “I asked her before we got married, where would you like to go? And she said ‘To Florida to put my feet in the sand, and my ocean.’”

  • DOG ENDS HONEYMOON PREMATURELY

    Dog revealed in an exclusive interview with The Sun that he left his honeymoon prematurely so he could capture Laundrie.

    Dog said he and his wife followed the case “because of what was happening, because they went through Colorado and were close to us. So we followed it then all of a sudden all my fans are like ‘Dog Dog Dog this is up your alley!’”

    “So one of the last reasons that I want to catch him- so I could continue my honeymoon.  I hope that’s not any disrespect to anybody involved in this case because it’s terrible, but that’s where we stand now, in our honeymooning.” 

  • DOG’S WARNING TO BRIAN

    “Let me have you, Brian,” he growled in his direct address. “What did you do? You’re living it every night, aren’t you, boy?

    “Turn yourself in, Brian. For once in your life, be a man.”

    The reality star, whose real name is Duane Chapman, also discussed Chris and Roberta Laundrie, whose silence has been analyzed by online sleuths.

    “I was going to work on the father’s, so to speak heartstrings, the way I get fired the truth right,” he told The Sun.

    “And sometimes that’s what I was going to tell him. I will not kill your son, I will let him, you know, make a phone call. I won’t talk to him.”

  • DID JOHN WALSH OR DOG RESPOND TO STEVE BERTOLINO’S ATTACK?

    John Walsh’s spokesperson said he had no comment in response to the lawyer’s attack.

    Dog, however, did.

    “It’s ironic that Mr. Bertolino would criticize the people trying to find Brian Laundrie, unless perhaps he doesn’t want him to be found,” he told Fox News Digital.