If you’ve been following the Lori Daybell case, but have been having a hard time making sense of what’s really going on, you need to check out The Chosen Ones. The Chosen Ones tells the story of the Vallow and Daybell families, and does a detailed breakdown of the strange happenings leading up to the disappearances of Tylee Ryan and JJ Vallow.
Fremont County Magistrate Judge Faren Eddins ruled Tuesday that Chad Daybell will face trial in District Court to answer to his charges in connection with the disappearance of Joshua “JJ” Vallow and Tylee Ryan.
Disturbing images of the two victims emerged Monday as prosecutors began in open court to build their case against Chad Daybell, who is accused along with his wife, Lori Vallow, of multiple crimes tied to the disappearance and discovery of the bodies of Lori’s two children.
After a nearly nine-month search, investigators found 7-year-old J.J. Vallow—still clad in red pajamas and “tightly wrapped” in black plastic—in the backyard of doomsday author Chad Daybell’s Idaho home, a detective testified Monday. The little boy’s head, arms, and feet were bound in duct tape.
Lori Vallow’s now-deceased brother helped lead authorities to the remains of her missing children, according to newly released court documents.
Authorities are urging anyone who visited the national park on Sept. 8 to look back through photographs for clues that might lead to information on J.J. Vallow and Tylee Ryan’s whereabouts
Police in Idaho have found a cellphone belonging to 17-year-old Tylee Ryan, who, along with her 7-year-old adopted brother, JJ Vallow, hasn’t been seen since September, a source close to the investigation told CBS News. It appears her phone was found in Hawaii with her mother, Lori Vallow, who has been considered a person of interest in the case.