Missing Idaho kids mom in ‘cult’?

Lori Vallow storage unit had missing Idaho kids' items, report says



Lori Vallow, the mother of the two Idaho children missing since September, allegedly believed she was a god and married self-published author, Chad Daybell, who wrote dozens of books on apocalyptic events and near-death experiences.

The bizarre case spans multiple states and suspicious death investigations as Joshua “JJ” Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17, have not been seen since Sept. 23 in Rexburg, Idaho. 

Vallow failed to meet a court-ordered deadline to produce her children to authorities by Jan. 30, and she and Daybell were last seen in Hawaii without the children.

Vallow and Daybell married just weeks after his ex-wife, Tammy Daybell, died in October, and her ex-husband, Charles Vallow, was allegedly killed in July by her late brother, Alex Cox, whose  December death remains under investigation, too.

Lori Vallow and her children moved to Idaho over the summer, but she never reported them missing and has not been cooperative in the investigation, police say. The couple has not been charged. Chad and Tammy Daybell had five children of their own.

Underpinning the investigation are the alleged religious beliefs that she held and raised concerns among relatives since the children have gone missing.

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.

Lori Vallow claimed she was ‘a god,’ divorce records show

Charles Vallow claimed Lori Vallow didn’t want anything to do with him or Joshua “because she had a more important mission to carry out,” according to the court documents. Charles said Lori claimed she was “a god assigned to carry out the work of the 144,000 at Christ’s second coming in July 2020,” the court documents said. 


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