Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Finds Ex Living In Her Attic, 12 Years After Their Breakup.

Real-Life Horror Flick

Real-Life Horror Flick

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She felt as though she might have been hallucinating. Maybe she was having some sort of weird waking nightmare. There was no other explanation. It was like she was in a horror movie. But this was definitely real. He had been living in her house the entire time, and she had no idea. But once the truth became very clear, she started to freak out!

Potential Threat

Potential Threat

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Life wasn’t easy for Tracy. She was a single mom with five kids and was living in Rock Hill, South Carolina. She had struggled to provide for her family for several years, which was very difficult sometimes. Some of her kids were fully grown, but everyone lived under the same roof to save money. But they were a happy family. Then, something happened that would prove to be a potential threat to everyone’s existence.

It Was Coming From Upstairs

It Was Coming From Upstairs

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On a seemingly normal September day, Tracy heard odd noises in the attic. She immediately assumed it was an intruder. But she always made sure to lock her windows and doors. She did this because she and her family lived in a bad part of town where burglaries were common. She saw no evidence of a break-in, so she figured it was her mind playing tricks on her. But soon, she started to realize that perhaps it wasn’t her imagination, after all.

The Source Of The Noise

The Source Of The Noise

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Tracy continued hearing random noises coming from the attic. This continued for several days. But when she asked her kids if they had been messing around in the attic, they said no. She believed them too. The attic was too musty and dark to be any kind of fun for the kids. She rarely went to the attic, unless she wanted to store something up there. But when the noises didn’t stop, she came up with a theory of her own.

Was It A Wild Animal?

Was It A Wild Animal?

National Geographic

One day, Tracy noticed that the sounds kept moving from one room to the next. But she might have missed that if she hadn’t been cleaning the house. She assumed a raccoon or a possum had made their way inside and was living in the attic. If that was the case, then she’d have to contact Animal Control. Unfortunately, it was Saturday, and they were closed on weekends, so she figured she’d call on Monday. But the source of the noise in the attic had other ideas.

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