Gabby Petito may be gone, but she's still communicating with her family beyond the grave, alleges her stepfather Jim Schmidt.
As the stressful search for fiancé-turned-fugitive Brian Laundrie heats up, those closest to Gabby can still feel her presence.
On Sunday, Schmidt shared a photo of a rainbow developing in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. The shot of the colorful sky was reportedly taken shortly after the body of his 22-year-old stepdaughter was found in that same park on September 19.
"You were sending us signs in Wyoming and continue to do so every day," he captioned the post, adding, "Open your mind and your eyes will see them."
Internet sleuths spotted the rainbow on the day her body was found, prompting them to label it as a “sign” Gabby's soul was "leaving Earth."
Gabby's mother, Nicole Schmidt, has also backed up her husband's claims, stating that she believes her daughter is communicating with them.
Amid this nightmare-turned-reality, Nicole revealed the eerie moment she found herself driving behind a car with a Wyoming sticker and a license plate reading, "GBZ."
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Her mom explained the license plate letters meant something special — Gabby's nickname, Gabz.
Jim wasn't the only family member to take to Twitter over the weekend. Nicole spewed off, urging Brian to turn himself into authorities.
Brian has been missing since September 14 when he allegedly went on a solo hike in the Carlton Reserve. The FBI, local authorities all over the country, and Dog The Bounty Hunter are currently searching for the vanished "person of interest" in Gabby's death.
The FBI has issued an arrest warrant for Brian after discovering he used an "unauthorized" credit card to pull out $1,000 between the dates of August 30 and September 1.
Gabby and Brian had been on a cross-country trip to Wyoming when he returned home to Florida in their van without her. She was reported missing 10 days later on September 11.
Her body was found 8 days later with the coroner ruling her death a homicide.
Brian remains at large with his family claiming they have no information about his whereabouts.