Today accused murderer Lori Vallow’s cousin, Megan Conner, shares what it was like to grow up as a cousin to the Cox family. She also discusses the Mormon ties to the Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell murders and discusses her own Mormon faith transition.
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Thank you, Megan, for sharing your story and shining your light on dark secrets. This episode was like the book you can’t put down, full of riveting and unbelievable events. I wish you health, healing and safety going forward. You are very brave. John and Mindy, your coverage of Chad and Lori has been excellent, thank you for bringing it to all of us.
Being forced to engage in the necromantic ritual of doing baptisms for the dead as an innocent 12 year old traumatized me for years. The bronze cast bull ALWAYS represents Ba’al and human sacrifice. The basin set upon 12 brazen bulls at Solomon’s Temple was used for “flesh” sacrifices and was built to please Naamah; Queen wife of Solomon and mother of Rehoboam. Naamah was the daughter of King Hanun of the Ba’al worshipping Ammonites. I refused to attend church after my spiritually harrowing first temple experience, and was thrown out of the house and onto the street at 13 years old. By the grace of God, I somehow survived the physical and extreme spiritual abuse I suffered during my childhood—and despite being homeless—created a better life for myself than I ever could have had if I returned to my brainwashed, cruel, and narcissistic Mormon family. Mormon temple rituals are based on Occultic rituals derived from Barrett’s “Celestial Intelligencer”, 1801.
A truly stunning interview and discussion. And I hope Megan will publish her incisive analysis.