"The Followers: Madness Of Two," hosted by Sarah Treleaven, aims to peel back the layers on Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell's lives and explore how they came to be accused of murdering several family members.
“I don’t know why they would be there,” Chad Daybell's daughter said of the discovery of Lori Vallow's two children buried on his property. “But I do know that if he were to commit a crime, he wouldn’t be foolish enough to put the evidence in his own backyard.”
Lori Vallow's attorney, Mark Means, has filed a request to move the trial outside of Fremont County — where both children's bodies were discovered in June of 2020 — because he said it would be impossible to find a "fair and impartial jury" in the community.
Investigators said that Lori Vallow's brother Alex Cox took 43 minutes to call 911 after killing Charles Vallow in 2019 and that Lori took off after the shooting to go to Burger King and Walgreens, according to recently released court documents.