‘Cult mom’ Lori Vallow’s missing children pictured together for the last time on Yellowstone Park trip – The Sun

PICTURES of "cult mom" Lori Vallow's missing kids enjoying their last family trip together have been revealed.

The FBI shared images of Vallow's kids visiting Yellowstone National Park months before she was extradited back to Idaho today.

This family outing on September 8, 2019 was the last time Tylee was seen alive, court documents show.

Park goers have been urged to come forward with information about the kids after they visited the sprawling beauty spot with their mom and late uncle, Alex Cox.

In one picture, Tylee can be seen holding her adopted brother JJ, next to Cox, who is leaning on a fence. In another image, JJ poses with his mom for a selfie.

Visitors have been asked to send in their photos and videos taken on the day Tylee disappeared as the investigation continues.

The family traveled to the sprawling park that spreads into Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana in a 2017 Ford F-150 pickup with an Arizona license plate.

Little JJ was last seen playing outside on doorbell camera footage taken less than two weeks after his sister disappeared.

The video, captured by a neighbor and shared with KUTV, shows JJ playing outside in the yard with a friend in Rexburg, Idaho.

In the video, JJ runs across the sidewalk between yards with some kind of stick in his hand, as he and his friend yell playfully.

He occasionally raises his arms into the air, playing carefree with his friend as they run across the yard.

Just a week after the video was taken, Vallow pulled her children out of school and said she was going to homeschool them.

JJ was last seen at school on September 23. The children were not reported missing until November, when JJ's family asked cops to perform a welfare check.

This was when Vallow and her fifth husband, Chad Daybell, bolted to Hawaii.

Daybell told cops JJ was with his grandmother, Kay Woodcock – the person who asked local police to check on him, according to a probable cause affidavit.

That same day, Vallow claimed JJ was staying with a friend in Arizona who told cops she had not seen the little boy in months, court documents show.

Vallow and Daybell met while they were both married to other people but both of their previous spouses died in mysterious circumstances.

JJ's adopted dad Charles Vallow was shot dead by his brother-in-law Cox, who claimed it was self-defense.

Daybell cashed in on a $430K life insurance policy after his wife of 23 years, Tammy Daybell, suddenly died.

Cops have launched an investigation into the slew of deaths while Vallow maintains her innocence.

Hawaiian cops charged Vallow with two felony counts of desertion and non-support of dependent children on a warrant issued from authorities in Idaho on February 20.

She had previously defied a court order from Madison County on January 30 to produce her two missing children within days.

She is being held in the county jail until her 2pm court appearance tomorrow after being extradited from Kauai.

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