Texas woman, daughter used voodoo, witchcraft to spook couple

Jaclyn Feagin (left) and her mother Kristina Ferguson. (Jail photo via KLTV)
Jaclyn Feagin (left) and her mother Kristina Ferguson. (Jail photo via KLTV)(KWTX)
Published: Mar. 5, 2020 at 4:02 PM CST
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A Flint mother and daughter have been sentenced after pleading guilty to stalking the daughter’s ex-husband.

Kristina Ferguson pleaded guilty to felony stalking on Thursday.

Jaclyn Cirra Feagin pleaded guilty to the same charge on Wednesday.

Both women received eight years of deferred adjudication probation, which means the conviction won’t appear on their records if they successfully complete probation.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Feagin used pictures of the victim, a woman who previously had dated Feagin’s ex-husband, to make objects related to voodoo, witchcraft, and Satanism to “cause her to feel harassed, annoyed, alarmed, abused, tormented, embarrassed or offended.”

Detectives with Tyler Police Department say that Feagin and Ferguson created the objects and then together placed them on the property of the victim and her current boyfriend and his daughter.

The items included:

• A picture of the victim with a red pentagram drawn across her face, with a burned blue candle beside the picture. This was placed on the couple’s front porch on June 15, 2019.

• A pair of black male boxer shorts with a note stating, “Just thought you should know,” left on the victim’s vehicle on Aug. 1, 2019.

• A Mason jar filled with sand, a small voodoo doll with pins in its head, face, and heart, a burned blue candle, and symbols or “sigils” from The Raven of Antimony literature. Each sigil represented “horror, death, pain, insanity, delusion, and destruction.” The Mason jar was covered in these sigils and left on the victim’s vehicle on Sept. 13, 2019.

• A black leather scroll wrapped in rope and dipped into a red substance. Inside the scroll was a photo of the victim with a message written in Latin, along with the victim’s initials and birthdate. The Latin curse was threatening pestilence, bloodshed, fire, and death. It was left on the victim’s car on Sept. 24, 2019.