It all started when she was a seven year old girl and for Halloween her parents dressed her up as a witch. At the time the little girl named Jody did not want to be dressed up as a witch for Halloween but instead what she really wanted was to be a clown so she could paint her face different colors. She pouted about not being a clown but she didn't get her way and was forced to be a witch with no make up. At school that day a teacher asked Jody if she was going to cast any spells or perform any type of witchcraft on people. Jody did not know what that meant and she had the teacher explain it. That day at school Jody's imagination ran wild and she started to cast spells on other children. There were two girls that made fun of Jody that day because of her costume and this hurt het feelings and she went into the washroom to cry. Another girl stole her broomstick and threw it on the roof of the school and laughed in her face. So Jody decided to cast spells on the two girls. She tried to remember the evil rhyme that her teacher had told her and she was able to recall it. Later on in the day the girl that made fun of Jody's costume fell off a swing on the school playground and had a concussion. And the girl that had thrown her broom on the roof lost her grip on the monkey bars and broke her arm. She liked the power that she now posessed.
That night Jody went trick or treating with her black cape, pointed hat and new broomstick. She felt complete and did her best to act like a witch and cast spells on other children so she could get their candy.
Jody walked the streets but didn't actually do any trick or treating. All she did was apply the rhyme to other children that were trick or treating, but she had to know the name of the child because the name had to be put in the rhyme for the spell to work. She cleaned up big time with candy as she had cast five spells on children that she knew and didn't like. Two of these children's pillow cases ripped and they lost the majority of the their candy which Jody picked up. The other three had merely put down their bags because they were too heavy and when they weren't looking Jody stole them and cackled to herself as she made her getaway.
At home Jody's parents asked her where she had got all of the candy and she told them that she had gone to many houses. Her parents knew she was lying as there was no way that any child could collect that much candy in a matter of a couple of hours. They also knew that she didn't go with the adult supervision of the next door neighbors like she said she was going to.
Jody's parents called her into the kitchen to lecture her about stealing the candy from other children. She told them that she didn't and that she was a witch and had cast spells on the others to get their candy. Jody's parents told her to give back the candy to the children that she had stolen it from. Jody agreed but cast a spell on the candied apples that were given back to the five children she had stolen from. That night when the children received their candy back they all bit into their candied apples and were all taken to emergency with stick pins stuck in their throats.