Police in Nevada discovered three dead bodies in two different locations early Tuesday morning, and now it's looking like the deaths may be related.
According to reports, around 6:30 a.m. on September 22, a woman returned to her Reno home to find her male roommate dead. She then contacted Police to inform them that her fellow roommate Debbie Constantino, from Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures, was also missing.
SWAT teams then proceeded to track the Reality TV star's cellphone to an apartment in Sparks belonging to Debbie's estranged husband, fellow ghost hunter Mark Constantino.
Police reportedly surrounded the complex and heard gunshots when they approached the door, followed by a man yelling:
Police have been searching for former Ghost Hunters star Brian Harnois, as he was reported to be missing and possibly suicidal after posting a cryptic note on his Facebook page early yesterday morning!
While his family and friends feared the worst for him, due to recently reported personal struggles, we are now happy report that the reality television star has been found, is safe, and is receiving psychiatric care.
Rhode Island authorities are reportedly searching for Brian Harnois, a former member of the reality series Ghost Hunters, as he went missing after he was said to have posted what many construed to be a suicide note on his Facebook page early yesterday morning.
Although the original message has been taken down, many others have begun spreading this alert across the internet as the search intensifies:
Justin Bieber is gonna have to do a lot more than say he's sorry to get out of this one!
The superstar is being sued by an indie pop singer who claims Bieberoni ripped her vocal loop for his smash hit Sorry!
According to TMZ, Casey Dienel -- who goes by the stage name White Hinterland -- claims the "unique characteristics of the female vocal riff" off her 2014 single Ring The Bell are identical to Sorry.
Though JB only uses eight seconds of the riff in the song, Dienel says he repeats it six times over the track -- and also points out that both songs feature keyboard synthesizers, synth bass, drums, and percussion.