Woman ‘Sends Creepy Tweet’ Days After She Is Brutally Killed



Two days after Texan student Jacqueline Vandagriff was found burned and dismembered in a park, a creepy tweet was sent from her Twitter account.

It was the same day as her autopsy when the message reading “Never knew I could feel like this” appeared on her social media account.


On the night of her murder she was seen at a bar with known-stalker Charles Dean Bryant, 30, who was arrested for her murder on Sunday, Elite Daily reports.

Here is Bryant:


That same night, Ms Vandigraff, who was in her first year at Texas Women’s University in Denton studying nutrition, sent a few tweets expressing her dismay at the online dating scene.

Here are the tweets from the night of her murder:

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Vandagriff’s body was found inside a blue plastic kids pool that Bryant owned in Acorn Woods Park.

The school’s Vice President for Student Life, Monica Mendez-Grant, paid tribute to Vandagriff, saying:

The death of a student affects the entire TWU community, and I know that all of us send our deepest sympathy to Jacqueline’s family and friends.

Jacqueline exemplified the spirit of learning and service that is the hallmark of our TWU community.


Gym instructor, Bryant, has a history of stalking, criminal trespassing, forgery and marijuana possession, with a student of the University of North Texas filing a complaint against him saying he was harassing her in August.

He was ordered to stay away from campus, but on September 6 he violated the mandate and was charged with stalking.

Mr Bryant has been charged with capital murder with a $1 million (£770,000) bail.