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Part 2: The spirit in my house tried to kill me

Season 2, Ep. 2

Sophie Tate was 24 when she moved into a house on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. But what she didn't realise at the time, is that she was living with something evil. Whatever it was plagued Sophie with footsteps, laughter, electrical malfunction, destruction of her belongings, brought on horrific recurring nightmares, and even left a message for her on her skin. This is a hair-raising and detailed story, so much so that we’re bringing it to you in two episodes. Now, settle in for part two of Sophie Tate’s chilling and absolutely riveting story of living in a haunted house by the sea.


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