A section of social media has done some online detective work in the wake of the arrest of Bryan Kohberger as a suspect in the quadruple homicide in Moscow, Idaho in early November.

Some are posting screenshots of a survey posted on several subreddits by a now-taken-down Reddit account that was using the name “Criminology_Student”. 

Also Read| Did Idaho suspect Bryan Kohberger follow his victims on social media? Multiple accounts pop up on Instagram

The person who posted the survey called himself Bryan Kohberger and said, “My name is Bryan, and I am inviting you to participate in a research project that seeks to understand how emotions and psychological traits influence decision-making when committing a crime…”

He further added, “this study seeks to understand the story behind your most recent criminal offense, with an emphasis on your thoughts and feelings throughout your experience. In the event that your most recent offense was not one that led to a conviction, you may still participate.”

Also Read| Melissa Kohberger, Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger’s sister, wrote a poem on Uvalde shooting: Read here

At the end of the post, he gives out his full name, and even provides an email address where participants can contact him. Check it out right here:

One of the questions that was a part of said survey asked, “Before making your move, how did you approach the victim or target? After committing the crime, what were you thinking and feeling?”

Also Read| Bryan Kohberger family: All about Idaho murder suspect’s mother Maryann Kohberger, sister Melissa Kohberger

Another one was, “Did you prepare for the crime before leaving your home? What were you thinking and feeling at this point? Why did you choose that victim or target over others?”

Another Twitter user has posted a screenshot of a Reddit account named “SlightSatisfaction93” who left a clue one month ago on a Reddit thread when they claimed “Suspect I believe did this had the initials BK”. 

Police have not officially made any comment yet on the Reddit account or the clue Kohberger allegedly left on the social media platform. An official motive behind the murders has also not been released yet.