>As time passed, the objects in the house began to disappear. Items that were placed on the table, the next day were scattered all over the floor. The girls also began to notice that furniture was being moved around.
>The girls’ father, who also lived with them, Brian Andrews, believed that it was the girls themselves who were inventing these phenomena in the house. The girls argued that they believed it was a ghost, but Brian did not believe this story, and continued to blame the girls.
>The situation got worse, by this time Daniel was already writing messages on the wall with ketchup, and the girls were really scared. Brian continued to discredit the girls, but after a few weeks, after many torments, in a moment of despair the girls fled to the neighbor’s house.
>They waited for Brian to return, he entered the house alone and found a lot of mess, and after some investigation, he found a boy dressed with the clothes of his deceased wife. They got into a fight, but the boy managed to get away easily.
>Local police were called; they searched the house. An officer found a hidden liner behind a closet built into the wall of Annie Andrews’ bedroom. When the officer opened the hatch, he found Daniel LaPlante curled up inside. The boy was arrested.