WATERLOO, Iowa -- Witness testimony continued Monday in the Copper Dollar Ranch murder trial.
Terri Supino is accused of killing her estranged husband Steven Fisher and his girlfriend Melisa Gregory at the ranch near Newton in 1983.
Jurors heard from a former neighbor of Terri Supino who testified that she believes Supino admitted to committing the murders, while playing with a Ouija board.
Former neighbor Shelly Audas says one night while playing with the Ouija board she overheard Supino say, “If I can’t have him nobody will.” Audas says she believes Supino was talking about Fisher.
Other friends of Supino or Fisher also testified about the rocky relationship the two had, including one time when Fisher wanted Supino to fight Gregory over him at a bar.
A friend of Melisa’s, Sandra Jean Cupples, testified Melisa had Terri down on the ground and was beating her in the face. She also admitted Steven grabbed a tire iron in order to keep the fight from being broken up.
Court will not be in session Tuesday because of a death in the family of a juror.