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.
BONUS: Killer Role
As a bonus for Mommy Doomsday listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Killer Role, a new podcast from Dateline NBC and Keith Morrison.
An actress playing a killer in a horror film is so good, you’d almost think she’d done it in real life. Turns out she had… Dateline’s Keith Morrison takes you inside a story where fiction and reality collide.
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Introducing: Killer Role
The actress Wyn Reed had that powerful combination of charisma, beauty and smarts. She was such a talent that a team of movie producers couldn’t believe it when the 28 year-old Wyn agreed to play the lead — a killer—in their upcoming, small-budget, horror movie. What the filmmakers didn’t know, as they got on location, was that Wyn wasn’t really Wyn. That was all make believe. But the killer part? That was real. This original podcast series from Keith Morrison and Dateline NBC tells a story even Hollywood couldn’t have imagined.
BONUS: Keith Morrison and Producer Shane Bishop Talk Mommy Doomsday
Ahead of the 2-hour broadcast version of Mommy Doomsday, Keith Morrison sat down with producer Shane Bishop, who details the new content to expect in the episode. You can watch the Mommy Doomsday television episode on demand or on Peacock now.
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.
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.
4 - Somewhere Cold
Lori moves to Idaho, as mysterious and disturbing events continue to unfold around her and Chad.
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I’m actually surprised to see that the reviews here show both people who love the narration and those who thought it was downright awful. Now that’s fine, maybe his delivery wasn’t entirely tone-appropriate given the subject matter of this one, but I would never label his eerily soothing grandfatherly serenade as annoying or corny. Maybe a conservative dash of campiness, but that’s why we love the man.
This was a wild mystery that I followed on Dateline for some time before this podcast so I was already hooked by the premise and here you are given a comprehensive dive into the totality of the insanity and wide reaching tragedy of it all that comes with the story. The story does feel inconclusive, but that’s the nature of reporting on what is still technically an open case. I do hope to see new mini episodes added down the line to correspond with real life updates on the case, however.
Love Keith. The most comprehensive/deep(ish) dive into the characters of this strange story that I’ve heard so far. Very sad. But looking forward to follow up episodes regarding updates on when/if anyone will be sent to prison.
None hotter than this Don Dada