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Experts dissect Laundrie's garden bunker theory



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Brian Laundrie is probably not hiding out in a bunker in his parents’ backyard, a pair of experts in the industry tell Fox News — but there’s a small chance there's one somewhere else on the property.

Ron Hubbard, CEO of Texas-based Atlas Survival Shelters, said it’s common to build a bunker with a secret entrance for safety concerns, and despite the Laundries’ soggy Florida soil, contractors could easily construct a subterranean chamber that would stay put and keep the water out.

"It’s not a problem," agreed Gary Lynch, who runs the Rising S Company that is also based in Texas. "You just have to make them heavy enough that they don't float out."

Lynch said it’s routine to conceal entrances to underground bunkers – even under false garden beds – but that didn’t appear to be the case in the video.

"The possibility of having a bunker there, his parents having a bunker, is absolutely 100% plausible," he said. "However, that being said, it didn't look anything like if a hand came out of the bunker to me."








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