Josh Murray appears to be sending some cryptic messages with two recent posts about moving on social media.

Murray -- who is currently single despite finding love and getting engaged on both Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise and Season 10 of The Bachelorette -- took to Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday to share with fans that he's moving.

"Crazies stick with crazies #breakovermorepackingtodo," Murray tweeted.

The former pro baseball player from Atlanta, GA, also posted an Instagram video in which he's sprawled out on his black leather couch in what appears to be an empty garage or storage area. A friend, who taped the video, can be heard reminiscing with Murray.

"Having a yard sale at our place today. We have some nice couches and stuff," the pal said, before Murray revealed he's owned the couch for six years.

"Just come to Buckhead, bro," Murray quickly stated, referencing the city neighborhood in Atlanta.

Murray captioned the Instagram video, "Bitter sweet leaving my couch behind, so many memories... oh yeah, and @chadgloer #cometobuckheadbro #movingsux."

Because Murray was photographed kissing and having dinner with his ex-fiancee Amanda Stanton this past weekend in Los Angeles, fans and the media jumped to speculating that he's moving back in with the single mom since he admitted there's a chance of reconciliation.

It was therefore assumed "crazies stick with crazies" was referring to the couple, who endured a tumultuous romance since getting engaged in Mexico on Paradise and moving in together in Orange County, CA, shortly afterwards.

When Murray and Stanton announced their split in December 2016, Murray moved back home to Atlanta.

However, based on Murray's "come to Buckhead, bro" comment, the former Famously Single star may just be moving to a new place in Atlanta's Buckhead area.

Either way, Murray's posts on social media appear to be intentionally cryptic to work fans into a frenzy.

"We're trying to deal with stuff in a more private manner now, obviously, and we just kind of want people to respect that," Murray told Entertainment Tonight in an interview after the photos of Stanton PDA surfaced, "especially because it's a tough situation with the kids, and we don't want to kind of fully dive into anything, because we're thinking about them as well."

Murray was also previously engaged to Andi Dorfman. He proposed on The Bachelorette's July 2014 finale broadcast but the pair split months later in January 2015.