"CULT Mom" Lori Vallow left a worker speechless after she made a surprising pit stop on her way to jail ahead of her murder trial.
Vallow, 49, along with her husband Chad Daybell, 54, has been accused of killing Vallow's children, JJ Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17, to which they both plead not guilty.
The trial for Vallow is set to begin on April 3 at the Ada County Courthouse in Idaho.
She is currently being held at the Ada County Jail following her move from Madison County Jail, where she has been since March 2020.
While moving between jails, Vallow made a stop at a gas station in Declo, Idaho on her way to Boise, where Ada County Jail is located.
The gas station manager, Jennifer Willett, was shocked when she saw Vallow.
“I didn’t really think much of it,” Willett told NewsNation.
“I turned around ... the door opened, and I just gasped," she said. "That’s Lori Vallow Daybell."
Willett added: "She just kind of turned and looked at me."
Vallow then went to use the restroom, according to Willett.
A couple of cops escorted Vallow into the gas station and one female officer went inside the restroom with her, according to Willett.
In a photo that Willett took of Vallow, the cult mom appears to be smiling.
Willet said that after Vallow left, she and her co-workers burned sage inside the store to be rid of any "evil."
JJ and Tylee reportedly vanished in September 2019, a few months later, Vallow was arrested in February 2020 after failing to produce proof of life for her missing kids.
Vallow and Daybell never reported the children missing and jetted off to Hawaii soon after investigators questioned them about the kids.
The children's remains were found in June 2020 on a property belonging to Daybell, Vallow’s fifth and current husband.
Lori's family members have accused her of being part of a "doomsday cult" with her husband.
The couple was going to stand trial together until Judge Steven Boyce granted a motion by Daybell's attorney earlier this month to separate the trial based on new DNA evidence.
And in a recent shock twist, Judge Boyce ruled Vallow will not face the death penalty.
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