'It was like walking into doom': Jesse McFadden victim Ivy Webster's grandmom Shannon Boykin details crime scene
HENRYETTA, OKLAHOMA: Jesse McFadden's victim Ivy Webster's grandmother reportedly filmed video of the crime scene days after seven people, including McFadden, were found dead on his property. McFadden died by suicide after allegedly shooting dead his wife Holly Guess, her three children - Rylee Elizabeth Allen, Michael James Mayo, and Tiffany Dore Guess - and their two friends, Ivy Webster and Brittany Brewer.
Webster's grandmother, Shannon Boykin, told NewsNations's Brian Entin, "To put an eye hook and chain on a kitchen counter, that’s not normal. Was it always there? Don’t know. Was it put in? When? I don’t know. It was like walking into doom when you walked in the house, the smell was just … it wasn’t a cat box smell.”
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Boykin reportedly took video of the evidence she found at McFadden's property, for police. She was asked to go back to the scene for a second time to take the footage. “I couldn’t have my daughter do it again. I didn’t want to do it, but I had to. I think that if we hadn’t, we wouldn’t have what we have right now. I stay awake at night thinking about it, just adding another question to that list,” Boykin said.
NewsNation's @BrianEntin spoke exclusively with Shannon Boykin, the grandmother of one of the victims of the Oklahoma murder-suicide case. She says walking into the home where the crime occurred was like "walking into doom."#Banfield pic.twitter.com/BPG3ofkizx— NewsNation (@NewsNation) May 16, 2023
Disturbing items found inside Jesse McFadden's home
Authorities found disturbing items inside McFadden's home, including a shelf filled with books related to witchcraft, sex, and bondage devices, a restraint with fresh locks and chains still attached. The laundry room contained drug paraphernalia, weapons, a human dog collar, and handcuffs. The Webster family's lawyer Cameron Spradling, however, said there were crucial pieces of evidence that were not collected. “There is no doubt this was a house of horrors,” he said, according to KFOR.
The computers and the victims’ phones were allegedly left behind. “Local law enforcement had no idea of the value of what was left behind,” said Spradling. He suggested that the computers and the phones could have helped find more predators and potential victims, and maybe pictures of the victims before they were killed.
Heartbroken social media users offered their prayers to Boykin and other family memebers. "Absolutely Horrific these parents deserve answer," one user said. "Beyond heartbreaking!" another commented.
Absolutely Horrific these parents deserve answer— Cathy ridenhour (@catride1) May 17, 2023
Beyond heartbreaking!💔— Debby Scheitler (@dogloverrn8) May 16, 2023
"Praying for those poor souls," one user said, while another wrote, "My heart breaks for these families! This is prime reason my kids don’t do sleepovers like this. You just don’t know what goes on behind closed doors." "So heartbreaking!!!! Sending prayers for strength…," said one user.
Praying for those poor souls 😭🙏— Trish Jansen (@TJjansen257) May 16, 2023
My heart breaks for these families!— M 🌻🐝 (@flakkaopossum) May 17, 2023
This is prime reason my kids don’t do sleepovers like this. You just don’t know what goes on behind closed doors.
So heartbreaking!!!! Sending prayers for strength…— Patricia ..^.^.. (@HolleyGiirl) May 17, 2023
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