A kind local woman offered to give them a ride. Belinda and Barbara looked at each other, mystified. When they got home, Cocoa was gone. Belinda began to dream about the little boy, but this time, the boy was trying to tell her something. Confused, she went to close them. On another quiet evening, Blaire was playing in her room when suddenly a little girl was sitting in front of her.
Belinda's brother and sister-in-law came to visit, bringing their daughter Jordan. She tried to fix it, but with no results. On a Monday night when Belinda was exhausted, she had a very strange dream. The dog was being uneasy, focused on something outside. The body had never been found. Outcome Belinda knew it was the old man who was haunting their house, and who had hurt Shaun. A kind local woman offered to give them a ride.
As she tried, she spotted something in the distance. It was a dark, burnt-out van. When they got home, Cocoa was gone. In the middle of the night, Cocoa woke Blaire. When Belinda told the kind woman where she lived, their conversation finally gave Belinda the info on what had happened there.
They had to get out of that house. Out of nowhere, Belinda's mother's car just shut off. She ran to the child, and found him in the middle of the floor, with his arm broken and twisted. On a Monday night when Belinda was exhausted, she had a very strange dream. Cocoa was nowhere to be found.
Blaire felt the covers move, and braced herself for the owner of that face to be in her room. It looked like a miniature graveyard. Belinda and Barbara looked at each other, mystified. Belinda dismissed it as Blaire having an imaginary friend. In her own room, Belinda felt something touch her, but nothing was there. Subject Names: Brian Kendall, Belinda Milburn, Blaire Kendall, Barbara Milburn, Jordan Milburn, Shaun Kendall Subject Location: Slanesville, West Virginia Paranormal Experience: The spirit of an accused child molester will not go quietly Brian Kendall wanted to get his family out of the city.
Still unable to sleep, Shaun looked out his bedroom window, and saw something lurking outside the house. Blaire didn't feel threatened, but the child wouldn't play with her, so she tried to ignore the presence. The dog was being uneasy, focused on something outside. There had been a fire in the house that stood on that land about 100 years before, and the whole family had died. When she reached for the balloon, it just floated up to the ceiling. There was a boy standing at the foot of her bed pinching her toe with a clothespin.
They found a squirrel, but Blaire had to chase it back to the right side of the tree. She followed him through the dream, but couldn't get the information. Brian's job took him away from the house during the week, leaving Belinda and the kids alone. They packed up the kids and Cocoa, their dog, and moved. While Belinda's sister was watching the kids, Belinda took a stroll through the woods. Belinda knew it was the old man who was haunting their house, and who had hurt Shaun.
Everyone was tucked away asleep. The rumors were that a man who lived there had been accused of being a child molester. As she did, a ghastly face appeared on the other side of the window. She and the kids packed up, and moved out. While Belinda's sister was watching the kids, Belinda took a stroll through the woods. Belinda hated the idea of taking him back to that house, but borrowed her mother's car and did it, anyway. Belinda believed the dog had been taken.
Brian's job took him away from the house during the week, leaving Belinda and the kids alone. He and his wife, Belinda, found a perfect house in Slanesville, West Virginia. In the middle of the night, Cocoa woke Blaire. A car approached from behind. Blaire said that Shaun said the Bad Man had done it, and she immediately decided that because the little girl was protecting her, that the Bad Man had moved on to her brother. One day, Brian took Blaire out into the backyard to go hunting.