Brian Walsh’s disturbing search history is revealed

The husband of a missing Massachusetts realtor reportedly searched the Internet for “how to dispose of a 115-pound woman’s body” in the days surrounding her disappearance, according to a CNN report.

Convicted fraudster Brian Walsh, 46, exhibited bizarre behavior in the days after he claimed his wife Anna, 39, took a car service to Boston’s Logan International Airport and apparently disappeared on January 1.

He left his home without his cell phone, got lost on a trip to his mom’s house and forgot to tell the police about his visit to a Home Depot where he bought $450 in cleaning supplies.

Law enforcement sources said Brian also researched how to dismember a body, according to CNN, leading investigators to shift from a missing person case to suspecting that mother-of-three Anna may have been murdered.

In reports published announcing her disappearance, Ana — who was originally from Serbia — was described as 5″ by 2″, weighing about 115 pounds and speaking with an Eastern European accent.

The history of her husband’s gruesome search comes as prosecutors said in court on Monday that investigators found blood in Walsh’s basement when searching the home.

Assistant District Attorney Lynn Beland told the judge, “Crime Services pulled up and found blood in the basement… A knife was also found. There was blood on the knife.”

A search was reportedly conducted by Brian Walsh, husband of missing Massachusetts woman Anna Walsh
Brian Walsh, the husband of missing Massachusetts woman Anna Walsh, reportedly researched “how to dispose of a 115-pound woman’s body” on the Internet days before her disappearance.
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Walsh is currently on bail, accused of misleading a police investigation after he allegedly lied about his movements around the time of Anna’s disappearance. He was not accused of being behind his wife’s disappearance.

Walsh, who has three children, ages two and six, with Anna, told investigators the only time he left the house on Jan. 2 was when he took his eldest son to get ice cream.

However, cops found video footage of him visiting a Home Depot wearing a mask and gloves to purchase linoleum, mops, tape, a bucket and other cleaning supplies, according to Biland.

State Police Crime Lab investigators outside Walches' home in Cohasset.
State Police Crime Lab investigators outside Walches’ home in Cohasset.
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He is not charged with murder. He is accused of misleading investigators by not saying…he went to Home Depot, Walsh’s attorney Tracy Miner said Monday, when he pleaded not guilty to the charge. He was held on $500,000 bail.

Miner also noted that Walsh had raised the alarm for Anna’s co-workers and that they had reported her missing to the police that same day, January 4.

Ride sharing services said they had no record of anyone being picked up from Walshe’s residence on January 1. Although Anna took her phone with her, it was still sent to the home address for the next two days, according to local reports.

Walsh failed to tell the police about his recent trip to the Home Depot to buy cleaning supplies.
Walsh failed to tell the police about his recent trip to the Home Depot to buy cleaning supplies.
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The search continued for two days in the area around their Cohasset home, 20 miles southeast of Boston, involving 20 state troopers, three K-9 squads, a search and rescue team, and support from state police helicopters and divers.

Walsh is under house arrest separately for wire fraud charges that began in 2018 when he sold two fake Andy Warhol paintings on eBay for $80,000, charges to which he pleaded guilty in 2021.

In a sentencing brief filed last summer, Walsh’s attorneys said he had become “solely responsible” for the couple’s three children since Anna Walsh began working in Washington, D.C.

Al-Shah is currently on bail after being accused of misleading a police investigation.
Al-Shah is currently on bail after being accused of misleading a police investigation.

“This position, which came with a substantial salary increase and excellent health care benefits for her family, requires her to work in Washington, D.C. for a significant portion of her time,” they wrote, adding that she sold the family home in Massachusetts and bought one in DC.

“Because of his current legal situation… Brian was unable to move in with her.” Adds deposit. “Brian and his three sons have moved into a house his mother rented in Cohasset, where he is now solely responsible for his sons during the week.”

Before marrying Walsh in 2016, Anna lived in D.C. where she worked in the hospitality industry, including at the Willard InterContinental.

Former co-worker Caufield Williams told The Post: “My heart breaks whenever more information is released, and even the thought of her not being with us anymore is truly devastating. I worked alongside her during my time at Willard, and there we became.” best friends.

She left in February 2015. I don’t know much about her [Brian] And she didn’t talk much about him or what he did, but I knew she loved him very much because she was leaving Willard to move to Boston to start her life with him.”

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