The disappearance of two of Lori Vallow’s children in Rexburg, Idaho in September 2019 would expose a bizarre trail of death, devotion and Doomsday beliefs that captivated the nation… A haunting podcast from Keith Morrison and Dateline NBC.
1 - Ticking Time Bomb
Lori Vallow was a wife, mother, and beauty pageant contestant. Then people around her started dying.
2 - The Start of Something Big
Lori is drawn to an end-times author. They’re both married to other people. That’s about to change.
3 - He Saw It Coming
A deadly shooting at Lori Vallow’s home brings police to her door. And it wasn’t the first time they’d met.
4 - Somewhere Cold
Lori moves to Idaho, as mysterious and disturbing events continue to unfold around her and Chad.
5 - Gone
As the investigation into Lori’s missing children intensifies, she and her new husband leave town. Then another person close to Lori dies unexpectedly.
6 - What Happened to the Children
The six-month search for Lori’s two missing children has followed a trail from snowy Idaho to sunny Kauai and back again. And the question of where the children are is finally answered.
Keith Morrison is the BEST narrator and speaker of all time. I had a 4 hour drive today and it occupied me tremendously. Keep up the good work.
A M A Z I N G
Honestly one of the best podcasts I’ve listened to. I hope there are more updates as this case evolves, if it evolves. Keith knows how to interview and tell a good story. Love Keith. This story really highlights the incompetence of police departments, especially the one in Idaho. I mean, yikes. If you want to murder someone and get away with it, do it in Rexburg? What morons those cops and investigators were, a pretty woman giggles at them and they dismiss everything? Honestly it’s not that surprising, but highly disappointing. Those kids might be alive, several people might be alive still if the police had any inclination to see a pretty white woman as a criminal and murderer.
Engaging and spooky
I BINGED this story. It has it all. And the hosts voice is, as always, sublime.