WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- Court documents claim that Lori Vallow believed that her two missing kids had been possessed and turned into zombies.
- Vallows niece’s ex-husband, Brandon Boudreaux was the one who filed the court documents in connection with his case against his ex-wife over their child’s custody.
- Other than zombies, the cult-like religion that Vallow is part of, also believes in teleportation and dark and light portals.
Lori Vallow, a mother from Utah who was accused of escaping to Hawaii with her new husband, cult leader and doomsday author, Chad Daybell following the disappearance of her two kids, Joshua aka JJ, and Tylee, is now in jail for child abandonment charges.
According to court documents filed just last week in an Arizona court, Vallow strongly believed that Joshua and Tylee had been possessed and have turned into zombies.
The description of zombies is also included in the documents. It writes that zombies are “human bodies that have had their original spirits forced from them and have been possessed” by either a demon, a disembodied spirit or a worm or slug.
The documents were filed by her niece’s ex-husband, Brandon Boudreaux. Boudreaux also claims that Melani Boudreaux Pawlowski, who is Vallows niece and his ex-wife knows where the children are.
Seven-year-old JJ Vallow, and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan were last seen in September of 2019. Authorities began the search for both kids in November while trying to carry out a welfare check on JJ.
Boudreaux’s claims are in connection with his case against Pawlowski over the custody of their children.
In the documents, he said, “She shared concerns that she’s been told Brandon needed to die and that may indicate that Tylee and JJ needed to die as well.”
In addition to the cult’s belief in zombies, they also believe in teleportation and “dark and light portals.”