Lori Vallow’s husband Chad Daybell ‘believes he can see light & dark spirits in people’ including missing children – The Sun
THE doomsday author husband of "cult mom" Lori Vallow reckons he can judge "light and dark spirits" in people, says a disturbing new report.
In an email, Chad Daybell graded Vallow's still missing kids against his system – Tylee was labelled as a dark spirit, while Joshua 'JJ' was listed as a light one.
Fox10 made the startling revelation while researching Daybell's religious beliefs "for months", in the wake of the disappearance of her son JJ, seven, and daughter Tylee, 17 – both of whom were last seen in September 2019.
Daybell, an author of apocalyptic books, tried to influence Vallow with his beliefs, the broadcaster says.
On October 30, 2018, Vallow was emailed "family history documents you requested".
A source told Fox10 that the author believes people are reborn, or move on to the next level when they die.
The information emailed to Vallow says that most Latter Day Saints are 'level two'.
Another author, Julie Rowe, a former pal of Daybell, explains that two years ago, he was claiming to have an ability to see dark or light in people.
In his bizarre email to Vallow, Tylee was labeled as a 4.1 dark spirit, and the child's dad, Joseph Ryan – who died in 2018 – was dark and "sealed away".
Vallow's adopted son JJ was described as a light spirit, a level 4.2.
Daybell labeled the mom as being on the so-called light side.
But Rowe told Fox 10: "You cannot just go and test and say 'OK, this person is a 4.1 dark'."
The disturbing finding comes as Vallow returned to her jail cell after a judge denied her request for a bail reduction on Friday.
The cult mom's attorney pulled out all the stops in his bid to get his client out from behind bars, except the one that prosecutors as demanded time and time again – produce her missing children Tylee and JJ.
Vallow's defense attorney Mark Means confirmed that she and Daybell were living off his late wife's life insurance.
He claimed her financial situation mad it impossible for her to raise the $1 million bail for her current bail.
The 46-year-old newlywed was arrested back in February just a few months after she and fifth husband Chad Daybell said "I do" in Hawaii.
She has since been charged with two counts of desertion and nonsupport of her children, one misdemeanor count each of resisting and obstructing an officer, solicitation of a crime and contempt.
Officials are still unsure as to the whereabouts of Tylee and JJ.
Their mother appears to find the situation amusing, smiling her way through court appearances.
She is currently being held in jail until her trial because she has not posted bail, which started at $5million after her arrest in Hawaii and was reduced from to $1million once she returned to Idaho.
Vallow is now hoping to get it down to $50,000 at her hearing on Friday, an amount she and husband Daybell might struggle to come up with given their past money problems.
On Thursday, the prosecuting attorney for Madison County, Rob Wood, filed his second objection to her request for a bond reduction.
The continued demand to produce Vallow's kids comes a month after it was revealed that she thought the two youngsters might be "zombies."
That was according to a court filing from Brandon Boudreaux, the ex-husband of the cult mom's niece Melani, which also claims Vallow also believed kids Tylee and JJ "needed to die".
A document alleged that Melani had been told by Daybell and Vallow that her children "had been possessed and had become zombies".
ON THE RUN
Vallow failed to comply with a January court order to produce her kids in five days and has had little to say about where they are.
After being questioned by Idaho cops, she bolted to Hawaii with religious author Daybell, who is a member of the Latter Day Saints Church.
Vallow and Daybell were married just a few weeks after the children were last seen – and both of their spouses have died in mysterious circumstances.
She reportedly became obsessed with his work heralding the end of the world while still living with her fourth husband, Charles Vallow.
Charles was shot dead by Vallow's brother Alex Cox, who then died in December, while Daybell's wife – and the mother of his five kids – Tammy also died.
When a judge questioned her last month, Lori looked smug, disinterested and aloof despite facing a sentence that could put her behind bars for her natural born life.
Cops now believe Vallow and her fifth husband "repeatedly lied" about the children's whereabouts after searching their rented car and condo.
They had been living in Hawaii since mid-December, leaving less than 24 hours after Idaho police questioned them about the whereabouts of Tylee and JJ.
Vallow claimed her son was with other family members in Arizona, and then took off before cops could investigate further.
They issued a statement though their lawyer denying the allegations against them, and dismissing the claims as nothing more than "speculation and rumor."
The two were staying in a million-dollar home in Princeville prior to their arrest.
Photos taken by people on the island showed them shopping, at the liquor store and island hopping during this time without a care in the world.
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