American woman found guilty of murdering her children whom she

American woman found guilty of murdering her children, whom she believed to be “zombies”.

An American mother well-versed in doomsday theories was found guilty by the Idaho state judiciary on Friday of the murder of her two children and complicity in the murder of her new husband’s ex-wife.

Lori Vallow was found guilty, among other things, of murdering her children, ages 7 and 16, whom investigators believe she believed to be “zombies.”

A supporter of the reincarnation theory, she was accused along with her new husband, Chad Daybell, author of esoteric books, of this triple murder and of fraud, with the couple continuing to receive family benefits, particularly after the disappearance of their children.

Lori Vallow, who testified that she considered herself the savior of humanity, had pleaded not guilty.

She faces life imprisonment without possibility of parole, but escaped the death penalty and was dismissed by the judge.

Her husband, Chad Daybell, is awaiting trial and faces the death penalty.

Similar to Lori Vallow, he was a member of a radical Mormon sect preparing for the apocalypse.

This dark affair, which shaped Idaho in the Northwest of the United States, began in 2019 with the disappearance of the two children, reported by the grandparents of one of them.

The investigation quickly took a macabre turn when police discovered a string of deaths in the wake of Lori Vallow and her new husband, Chad Daybell.

In 2018, Lori Vallow’s third husband apparently died of a heart attack. In 2019, her fourth husband was shot dead by Lori’s brother, who pleaded self-defense.

The latter himself died shortly thereafter, having been found unconscious in his home.

In 2019, Chad Daybell’s ex-wife died of so-called “natural” causes.

Two weeks later, Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell left Idaho for Hawaii.

The bodies of the two children, who were last seen alive in September 2019, were found near the home of Chad Daybell in Rexburg, a small town in the rural state, in June 2020, more than nine months after their disappearance.

Her story inspired a Netflix documentary series called Our Murderous Mother, which released last January.