Missing Idaho kids’ mom, Chad Daybell traveling in Hawaii

Missing Idaho kids' mom, Chad Daybell traveling in Hawaii



Lori Vallow, the mother of two missing Idaho children who allegedly believes she is a god, has been island hopping in Hawaii with her new husband, Chad Daybell, media reports say.

The couple was last seen boarding a plane from Kauai to Maui on Sunday, East Idaho News and Hawaii News Now reported. According to East Idaho News, Vallow and Daybell had been living in a gated community, staying at resorts and biking around Kauai.

Vallow missed a court-ordered deadline in January to bring her children — Joshua “JJ” Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17 — to Idaho authorities. The two kids have not been seen since Sept. 23 in Rexburg and police said they were missing in December.

Authorities said Vallow could face a contempt of court charge for missing the deadline. But beside being sought for questioning, neither she nor Daybell have been arrested or faced any charges tied to the children’s disappearance.

These undated photos released by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children show missing person, Joshua Vallow, 7, left, and Tylee Ryan, 17. They were last seen on Sept. 23, 2019 in Rexburg, Idaho.

Vallow and Daybell, an author who has written and published dozens of books on apocalyptic events and near-death experiences, married weeks after Daybell’s wife of 30 years and mother of his five children died in October.

Tammy Daybell’s death was initially believed to be of natural causes but her remains were exhumed in December and autopsy results are pending as police say her death “may be suspicious.” 

Also linked to the case are deaths surrounding Lori Vallow. Her ex-husband Joseph Ryan, the biological father of Tylee Ryan, died of an apparent heart attack in 2018; ex-husband Charles Vallow died from two gunshot wounds to the chest after Lori’s brother Alex Cox shot him in July; and Cox died in December with the cause of death still unknown.


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