Jj Vallow Biological Parents

JJ Vallow’s Biological Parents Share Their Story

In early October 2019, JJ Vallow’s biological parents lost him suddenly and without warning. They had no idea his mother Lori Vallow was keeping his body hidden in her Hawaii home or that her husband Chad Daybell allegedly buried his remains on their property in Idaho. It marked the end of an era for them all.

Vallow and her brother Alex Cox’s fatal July 2019 robbery led them to relocate to Hawaii, where they quickly joined a podcast group dedicated to “prepper” beliefs.

Focusing on doomsday theology and apocalyptic fiction, the podcast quickly gained global fame. People were desperate to know what had become of Tylee and JJ after their biological grandparents offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to their whereabouts.

Despite their offer, the Woodcocks claim they had no prior knowledge of Vallow or Chad Daybell’s actions until they alerted law enforcement in late 2019. They hoped that by sharing their story, it might help bring these children back from the dead.

They hoped that by speaking out, people could gain insight into the dark secrets behind JJ and Tylee’s disappearances. Their family had once been happy and vibrant, but their lives were turned upside down when they lost contact with their children.

JJ’s biological parents also had to adjust to life without him after moving to Hawaii. Though they had always been close with their kids, it was difficult for them to adjust without them, they told KIVI in Boise.

Colby Ryan was deeply touched when Tylee began taking care of JJ, telling Colby Ryan it felt like being a second mother to him. She even went so far as to attempt to teach JJ the Bible in a way his own parents couldn’t.

JJ’s grandfather, Larry Woodcock, has a lengthy history of drug abuse and mental health struggles. Additionally, his son has autism, according to a Facebook post four months ago.

Although JJ’s parents had a difficult time raising him, the post states that JJ eventually blossomed into an intelligent and healthy child. He was adopted by Lori and her late husband Charles Vallow in 2013 and is now 16 years old.

At the start of this year, Kay and Larry Woodcock reported to East Idaho News that they were blindsided and devastated by Vallow’s defense team’s attempts to exclude them from her murder trial. To fight for their rightful seat in courtroom, Kay hired an attorney and has since made plans to attend every day of the two month long proceeding in Boise.

Judge Steven Boyce has decreed that Kay Woodcock and her husband Larry Woodcock can attend Vallow’s trial, enabling them to observe portions of the proceedings where testimony is not being given. Furthermore, they are allowed to observe Chad Daybell’s trial as well.

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