To be "cunjered" on Ocracoke Island is to be assailed by multiple calamities....when one thing after another goes wrong. This term almost certainly derives from slave culture, where it was believed, for instance, that a well could be "cunjured" by throwing graveyard dirt into it.
"Cunjured," of course, is a corruption of "conjured" meaning "to summon (a devil or spirit) by magical or supernatural power."
Lou Ann spends much of the summer on Ocracoke, and makes frequent visits throughout the year. She enjoys making short videos as she goes "out and about" around the island and elsewhere. She posts her videos on her blog. You can watch them here: