POLICE have revealed chilling Google searches of ‘cult’ mum Lori Vallow, who is on trial for the 2019 murders of her two children, JJ, seven, and Tylee, 16.
The Idaho court was shown Monday searches from the Gmail account “lollytime4ever,” which was linked to Vallow.
The records included searches of life insurance policies and wedding rings, police said.
Vallow and her husband, Doomsday author Chad Daybell, have been accused of plotting a sick conspiracy fueled by their religious beliefs to “mercilessly kill” JJ and Tylee.
Chad’s ex-wife, Tammy Daybell, reportedly died of natural causes in her sleep about a month after the children’s disappearance.
The couple came under public scrutiny after it was revealed they had honeymooned in Hawaii shortly after their children’s disappearance and Daybell’s death.
On the fourteenth day of Vallow’s trial, Rexburg Police Officer David Stubbs told the Ada Country jury that the Google account linked to Vallow had performed several alarming searches.
In July 2019, the user searched “Gerber life insurance, life insurance for children – the grow-up plan,” according to court documents.
In September, the same month that Vallow’s kids went missing, the user also searched “possessed” and “how to remove the back seat of my Jeep Wrangler.”
The person then accessed a YouTube video explaining how to remove the seat from the jeep.
In October, the Kauai account user was looking for wedding dresses.
Stubbs suggested the timing of this search was particularly alarming.
“What also caught my attention was that this was being investigated on the same day as Tammy’s funeral,” he noted.
Prosecutors have argued that Vallow and Daybell conspired to kill Tammy to pay off her life insurance and receive Social Security payments.
Stubbs also revealed that one of Vallows’ connected accounts had been searching for malachite wedding rings on August 25, 2019
“We thought it was weird that she was looking at wedding rings at the time,” Stubbs suggested, citing the fact that Chad was still married to Tammy at the time.
While Vallow’s attorneys have acknowledged her client’s eccentric religious beliefs, they insist she was a “loving mother” and did not kill her children.
Vallow has pleaded not guilty to all charges of murder, conspiracy and grand theft.
The process goes on.