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She was the perfect wife and mother for decades, until something changed. Lori Vallow is now connected in some way to six violent or mysterious deaths. A former husband, an estranged husband, two of her children, her brother and her new husband’s then-wife – all dead. True Crime Arizona: Lori Vallow's Deadly Delusions explores the events and issues that motivated Lori Vallow, throughout her life, and during the tumultuous and tragic year of 2019. We will speak to family members, friends, inv ...
 
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In this episode, Melanie and Ian Pawlowski discuss how the word “Zombies” came to be associated with Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell. Melanie is Lori’s niece, and this is the inside story of how Melanie’s new husband came to write a memo to the FBI, which described Vallow and Daybell’s cult-like beliefs. The episode takes excerpts from an interview or…
 
Lori Vallow and her brother abruptly moved from Arizona to Rexburg, Idaho with her two kids, JJ and Tylee. But soon, both kids disappeared. Then, Lori and her new husband, Chad Daybell, also go off the radar. Where are they? And where are those two kids? In the middle of this already bizarre investigation, Lori's brother suddenly dies.…
 
In this episode, Kim Powell and Morgan Loew discuss the recent release of thousands of pages of police reports, emails and other evidence in the Lori Vallow case. They include a never-before-released letter from Charles Vallow to Lori, as well as new evidence that Alex Cox left the country three days after he shot and killed Charles.…
 
In this episode, Morgan Loew speaks to Lori Vallow’s mother and sister. The interview took place in May of 2020, before Lori was charged with murder. But the conversation you will hear includes information about Lori’s past and possible motivations. This episode includes parts of the interview that have never been published before.…
 
Charles Vallow had just arrived back in town. His marriage was falling apart. His wife had been behaving strangely. But Vallow was determined to keep things as normal as possible for his son and step daughter. Charles Vallow’s life came to a violent end in a Chandler rental home the morning of July 11, 2019. This episode chronicles what happened th…
 
In this first episode, Kim Powell and Morgan Loew discuss the murder charges filed against Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell. What new evidence was revealed when prosecutors made their announcement? And they set the stage for the episodes to come, which will detail what led a dedicated wife and mother down the path to become a defendant in a notorious m…
 
She was the perfect wife and mother for decades, until something changed. Lori Vallow is now connected in some way to six violent or mysterious deaths. A former husband, an estranged husband, two of her children, her brother and her new husband’s then-wife – all dead. True Crime Arizona: Lori Vallow's Deadly Delusions explores the events and issues…
 
On October 2nd, 1978, Mary Jo was at the Pastime Tavern in Redmond, in the company of two men. On this particular Monday night, the trio attracted the ire of the establishment’s resident blackjack dealer, Harry Wall. Wall claimed that Mary Jo and her companions owed him money. After reading the report, which contained details of Harry’s threats, it…
 
Fox 2 reporters Katie Kormann and Andy Banker discuss the vigils and memorials held after the search for Amanda Jones. Amanda’s parents describe their frustration with the lack of information and progress in the case. We hear from Amanda’s daughter who was just four-years-old when her pregnant mother disappeared.…
 
Following recent searches for human remains on the Hillsboro Civic Center property, Fox 2 reporters Katie Kormann and Andy Banker explain the efforts made by law enforcement to search for Amanda Jones who vanished nearly 14 years ago. Representatives from the FBI and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office explain where they searched, what technology and…
 
In episode 3 of The Disappearance of Amanda Jones, reporters Katie Kormann and Andy Banker discuss a search recently conducted at the Hillsboro Civic Center that included professionally trained volunteers and cadaver dogs, and they hear from an investigator with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office about the first day of the investigation - statem…
 
It takes determination, it takes passion…but it also takes a little bit of luck. A lot of these cold cases…people sit at their desk and they’ll wait for that phone call to come in to crack the case. They’ll wait for that tip instead of getting off your ass and goin’ and knocking on doors…and that’s what needs to be done. You generate the lead. You …
 
Joseph Fischer told police that he would drink two quarts of whiskey a day, then find people to kill who reminded him of his mother. He despised her, of course, and once said if he could dig her up, he’d make soup out of her. While on his self-professed killing spree, Fischer stated to authorities that he had committed murders in New York, New Jers…
 
At 8:12 on the morning of April 30th, 1979, Pacific Power & Light worker Bob Gilbert was performing his daily ritual of raking the grates; he did so using a 20-foot long metal rake to remove any debris from the screening in front of the dam’s turbines. Bob was accustomed to pulling up leaves and dead fish during his raking, but on this day, he foun…
 
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