Their first thought was to get out the Bible while officer Baujaun was already on his way back to the house, not wanting to leave the Kieffers in a lurch. A young mother rents a California bungalow for her growing family. She had never been up the attic. Their chat was interrupted by a loud bang from the kitchen. When they came down the attic, a petrified Jeff was struggling for air. He unloosens the noose and they both ran out of the house screaming.
She gave her the number of a parapsychologist. Jackie was afraid of going to sleep. Grabbing the phone, Jackie called Barry and begged for help. She immediately rushes to the telephone, gets out the number to the parapsychologist and calls him. When they finally find the camera, the body is in one place, and the lens is in another. When it all stopped, and he was able to gather himself to go down to supper, Don couldn't bring himself to discuss what happened. The still photographer and Gary, the sound recordist, go up into the attic.
Tina Lawler, a neighbor and friend of Jackie's, often babysat for Jamie. After a few moments, the light comes back on. It aired on August 8, 2012. Jackie no longer experiences paranormal phenomena. Summary Don Decker was in for receiving stolen property. On another night, she heard a particularly strange, high-pitched sound where she described it as almost hurting your ears. Jamie would not stop crying and screaming.
First, it was pebbles falling through the walls. Jackie acknowledges it wasn't a smart move but she was driven by anger at the fact that she was terrorized daily in her own home. Issue date August 8, 2012 previous next Man In the Attic is the first episode of Season 2 of Paranormal Witness. Time went by and one day, Jackie came home from grocery shopping and had bags in her arms when she walked in the kitchen. Tina thought maybe it was the house and the floor was uneven and when she stepped on a certain part of the floor, the door would open. He was so very cold. Jeff and the noose that nearly strangled him That was the last night that Jackie and her kids spent at the house.
About a month after she moved in, the strange sounds started. Gary goes after him with the small camera as his only light. She immediately knew it was the entity and she had sense whatever it was felt angry that the crew was there. But fortunately, they found the body of the missing camera in a little crate; the lens was found behind the trap door. Jackie took pictures, but suddenly the camera stopped working. Then, every night, Jackie heard a high-pitched sound that hurt her ears.
The landlord suggested calling in priests. The trap door is open. They walk in the kitchen and notice a picture that was hanging on the wall was propped up against the sink; the nails holding the picture were on the table, standing up perfectly on the head. Jackie was terrified, but tried to hide it from the kids. Jackie saw blood in the sink while washing dishes, blood that also came out of the kitchen cabinets, pooled on the floor, and surrounded her. Jackie saw blood in the sink while washing dishes, blood that also came out of the kitchen cabinets, pooled on the floor, and surrounded her. I'm going to see if this episode is on demand.
She was pushed out of the attic and immediately, grabbed her kids, and ran out of the house with the phone. Jackie puts the number in the drawer. When Jackie gave birth to Samantha, she didn't want to bring her to the house, but didn't have a choice. Now, I am like a three year old afraid to go down the dark hallway to the bathroom! Jackie went to school to earn a degree so she could provide for her family. Don's cellmate begged for help. Mid-interview, the crew's light just goes out. Tina took the camera, pointing it out the kitchen window.
Barry asked his friend, Jeff, a still photographer, to take photos and goes to the attic to take photos. . The still photographer is dragged away. Susan continued to encourage Jackie to talk to someone, but Jackie wouldn't. Tina screams, drops the camera and both her and Jackie run out of the house, stricken with fear. Don realized he'd been attacked again.