The Gabby Petito case, as sad as it is, just keeps getting weirder and weirder. It's officially reached bizarre status now that Dog the Bounty Hunter has entered the situation!

In case you missed it, Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, showed up at the home of Brian Laundrie, the missing boyfriend of Gabby Petito. He knocked on the door a bunch of times, but nobody answered.  He also talked to a neighbor for a while, then knocked a few more times, and left. Chapman has asked anyone “with information on Brian Laundrie’s whereabouts to call me at 833-TELLDOG.” He added, “all information will be kept confidential.”

Now, I'm not saying Dog isn't a good candidate for this, I've seen the show- he's good! However, I think if we're going to be bringing outsiders into this situation, it's time we call another trained expert: El Pasoan icon, Mr. Jay J. Armes.

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That's right, Mr. Armes would be the perfect investigator on this case. A quick search will give you a quick rundown on Mr. Armes- an American private investigator who is famously know for having hooks for hands.

He rose to international fame in the 1970's when he took on the case of Marlon Brandon's missing son, Christian. His other famous clients include Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor and Howard Hughes. He was also allegedly involved in a jailbreak that is rumored to have been the inspiration to the film "Breakout" starring 70's action star Charles Bronson. 

Mr. Armes has led a very unique life as a private investigator and I feel like this case would be a perfect case for none other than Jay J. Armes.

Also, check out his cool house that's up for sale!

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