A list of potential witnesses that might be called in the ongoing trial of Lori Vallow next month has been released. Chief among them, according to reports from the East Idaho News, is her husband, Chad Daybell, with whom she is suspected of conspiring to cover up the disappearances of her children, Tylee Ryan, 17, and J.J. Vallow, 7.

Lori Vallow face charges of felony child abandonment, misdemeanor resisting and obstructing an officer, solicitation of a crime, and contempt of court. Alongside her husband, 46 others were named in the list of possible witnesses, including Larry and Kay Woodcock, J.J. Vallow’s grandparents; Colby Ryan, Vallow’s oldest son, as well as Jack and Sheila Daybell, Chad Daybell’s parents.

Also included is Melanie Gibb, a friend of Vallow’s who initially claimed she was watching the children. Gibb later told authorities that she had been asked to lie about the children if questioned.

Additionally, several law enforcement investigators, school officials, medical professionals were named in the list, which Madison County Prosecuting Attorney Rob Wood submitted on Monday.

Lori Vallow’s children have not been seen since Sept. 23. After claiming that the children were safe but refusing to produce them for law enforcement, Vallow was arrested in Hawaii, where she and Chad Daybell allegedly fled after the children disappeared, and later extradited to Idaho for trial.

Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell’s strange apocalyptic beliefs are also considered to be a possible factor in whatever has happened to the children. According to a court filing in a case related to Vallow’s niece Melani Pawlowski, Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell reportedly believed that Tylee and J.J. “had been possessed and had become zombies” and that they “needed to die as well.” Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell also reportedly held beliefs related to spirits, “translated beings,” and portals of “dark and light.”

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