Idahoans Can Make $1000 for Watching 24 Hours of True Crime Documentaries
If you're one of the people who immediately set your DVR for tonight's new Dateline taking a fresh look at the Lori Vallow Daybell case, you're probably the right person for this dream job!
MagellanTV, a streaming service offering documentaries in history, science and civilization, is looking to hire one lucky True Crime Fanatic to binge watch 24 hours of True Crime documentaries. Their required viewing list for the candidate that lands the dream job includes a little bit of everything: twisted serial killers, charismatic cult leaders and just a hint of drug trafficking.
To earn the the paycheck, the chosen candidate simply has to share their true crime binge watching experience on their social media channels. Idahoans are already great at doing that as it is! When we watched the WTF story of how Jan Broberg was kidnapped from her Pocatello home not once, but twice, we flooded our newsfeeds with dozens of questions that we had after watching Abducted in Plain Sight. Then we turned around and gave up our romantic Valentine's Day to watch Dateline's first episode following the Vallow-Daybell case. No doubt, Idahoans were born to land this gig.
Think you're the perfect person to take on the challenge? Click HERE to apply by Monday, May 4!
You can warm-up for the job by watching tonight's new 2-hour Dateline looking at new information in the Vallow-Daybell case, including the outcome of today's bond reduction hearing.
The new episode also includes an interview with Lori's niece, Melani Pawlowski. Pawlowski's ex-husband has alleged that she knows exactly what happened to JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan. Pawlowski has denied those claims and will sit face to face with Keith Morrison for the show. It also includes a look into the claims that Chad Daybell believed that his late wife, Tammy, was inhabited by a zombie and had become dark.