Dad Puts Baby to Bed and Hears Strange Noises in Attic. Hidden Camera Uncovers Dirty Secret

Dad Puts Baby to Bed and Hears Strange Noises in Attic Hidden Camera Uncovers Dirty Secret

Jerome Kennedy lives with his wife, Ashley, and their baby girl. The 10-month old sleeps next to the couple in a crib so they can tend to her at night if needed.

The couple would hear some strange sounds at night, but didn’t think anything of it. They thought it may have been wind or rain, but they kept hearing the sounds even on clear nights.

Eventually, Jerome and Ashley decided to buy a surveillance camera to see where the sounds were coming from. They set up the camera in their attic to see if it would catch anything.

The house next door — connected by a wall — was being renovated at the time. Jerome and Ashley thought an animal of some sort had worked its way into their attic, but they could never find it during the day.

The night after the camera was installed, the couple heard sounds again. They tried to sleep, but couldn’t shake the feeling that they were being watched.

The next day, Jerome checked the tape and was stunned by what he saw. There was a man in their attic, watching Jerome, Ashley, and their baby sleep.

The man was 69-year-old Robert Havrilla, the owner of the building next door to the Kennedys. He had removed the insulation on the Kennedy’s side and created a false wall, allowing him to enter and exit the home when he pleased.

It didn’t appear that Havrilla stole anything while he was in their home. He was there to watch, which is far creepier.

Before catching him on camera, Jerome had noticed a few holes in the wall that the two share. Havrilla claimed that this was due to construction, but Jerome knows better now, after catching his neighbor red-handed.

“It’s very disheartening to feel violated in this way that somebody can come in and disrupt the sanctity of my home, it’s indescribable,” Kennedy said. “It’s extremely creepy.”

Havrilla now faces a list of charges stemming from his constant invasion of privacy. His lawyer claimed that there wasn’t any malicious intent with his client’s snooping, but that probably doesn’t make the Kennedys sleep any easier.

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