Man Hides Inside Woman’s Sofa, Waits for Her to Come Home

This entry was posted by Rob on Friday, 20 June, 2008 at

This story out of NY is rather creative, in a creepy stalker-esque kind of way. A man in Newburgh, NY actually carved out a space in the back of a woman’s sofa, hid in the hole he created, and waited for her to come home. Apparently the woman felt a bump in the couch cushion while she was sitting down.

Earlier that day, she filed a complain about the man and was luckily talking on the phone with her friend when the man was discovered. She jumped up and the man emerges from his makeshift hiding place and knocks the cell phone out of her hand.

The woman was worried he might be there and she had asked the friend to stay on the line and call police if something went wrong. When the police arrived, they found the man and woman arguing on the apartment’s balcony. Fortunately, nothing tragic happened during this particular encounter.

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The listening period is about 30 seconds and then the TeleSpy disconnects. It will instantly re-arm and continue to silently detect again and again. The TeleSpy operates from any land line phone without costly monitoring company fees, and no false alarm charges.

Get a fair warning if something is not right at home when you are not around. There is no telling what would have happened if the man was armed and planning something more horrible than just wanting to talk. Even being on the phone would not have gotten help to the apartment in time.

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Yours in Safety,

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