1923, San Francisco, CA
To kill the jury that sentenced him to death
Alcatraz Island (formerly)
Jackson Ward (1923 - 1963) was a mortal serial killer executed at Alcatraz Island, leaving his spirit trapped on the island. His unfinished business was that he desired revenge against the people that trialed and convicted him.
To escape from Alcatraz, a soul collector aided him by explaining that Jackson needed to find a body that he could possess. In 1999, Jackson decided to take possession over a tour guide, though he was spotted by Phoebe Halliwell, who was touring the prison with a friend.
Jackson successfully escaped the island and sought his revenge on the people responsible for sentencing him. When Jackson murdered the presiding judge, he unknowingly left an ectoplasmic finger print on the weapon. Jackson tried to kill others, but Prue and Phoebe intervened with a spell and lured him to the manor, where Prue ultimately defeated him, allowing Charon to take his soul as replacement to a witch's.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Active Powers
- Possession: The ability to enter the bodies of other beings and take control of them.
- Corporealization: The ability to become tangible enough to touch objects in the physical world.
To Vanquish a GhostEdit
- This spell can only be cast by another spirit.
- Ashes to ashes,
- Spirit to spirit.
- Take his soul,
- Banish this evil.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- While in the mausoleum, Phoebe makes a reference to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Jeff Kober portrayed two villains in a total of 4 episodes of Buffy.
Jackson Ward appeared in a total of 1 episode throughout the course of the series.
- Season 1
- The Power of Two
|Antagonists of Season 1|
|Jeremy Burns · Javna · Cynda, Marshall and Fritz · Tony Wong · Whitaker Berman · Hecate and her Minions · Kali · Gavin · Matthew Tate · Rex Buckland and Hannah Webster · Guardian of the Urn · Agent Fallon · Barbas · Mickey Jackson · The Woogyman · Gabriel and Helena Statler · Nicholas · Greg and Paul Rowe · Grimlocks · Charon · Jackson Ward · Alec · Inspector Rodriguez · Tempus|