REPORT: Lori Vallow Allegedly Thought Her 2 Missing Kids Were Zombies: Court Docs
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Lori Vallow allegedly believed that her two missing children were zombies, according to recent court filings.
The Idaho mom is currently in custody in Idaho in connection with the disappearance of her two children: seven-year-old Joshua “J.J.” Vallow and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan, who have been missing since September.
The article goes on to state the following:
The court documents were filed last week in an Arizona court by Vallow’s niece’s ex-husband, Brandon Boudreaux, in a child custody case against his ex, Melani Boudreaux Pawlowski, the East Idaho News reports.
According to East Idaho News, Melani Boudreaux Pawlowski is “fighting for custody of her children, who Brandon Boudreaux currently has.”
Boudreaux alleges that “Melani knows where JJ and Tylee are, was involved in her aunt’s religious group and was connected to an attempt on his life.” He claims says he was shot at on Oct. 2.
“(Cain) walks the earth with 50 dark translated beings to prevent/delay the Lord’s second coming,” Ian allegedly wrote, mentioning that two police investigators assigned to the Lori Daybell case are “dark beings.”
From East Idaho News:
The most alarming details come from what Ian allegedly told his attorneys after meeting with law enforcement officers last fall. The filing does not detail how Boudreaux obtained the document, but three sources tell EastIdahoNews.com they came from Pawlowski’s computer.
In the filing, Ian explains religious beliefs that Melani allegedly shared with him early on in their relationship in the fall of 2019. One subject was “zombies,” meaning “human bodies that have had their original spirits forced from them and have been possessed by either a demon … disembodied spirit … or a worm/slug.”
“Spirits can be pushed from their bodies during traumatic events or deadly injury. Spirits pushed out are trapped in limbo as the body they’re tied to is still living but cannot be occupied by them anymore,” Ian allegedly wrote.
In the document, a “dark church” is described and the biblical Cain is characterized as the first “dark being” to be translated.
“(Cain) walks the earth with 50 dark translated beings to prevent/delay the Lord’s second coming,” Ian allegedly wrote.
Ian allegedly said he “tried to keep an open mind” as the “ideas seemed harmless at first.”
“She talked about how she’d learned some of these things in the temple and others from Chad (Daybell) and Lori,” he allegedly wrote, according to East Idaho News.
NBC News reports:
“[Pawlowski] shared concerns that she’s been told Brandon needed to die and that may indicate that Tylee and JJ needed to die as well,” the document alleges, referring to Joshua by his nickname.
The filing described a cult-like religion that in addition to zombies included beliefs in teleportation and “dark and light portals.”
Utah mother Lori Vallow, who is in jail in connection to the disappearance of two of her children, thought the two had been possessed and were zombies, according to newly filed court documents. #Dateline
— Dateline NBC (@DatelineNBC) March 24, 2020
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