College student finds man hiding in her closet and wearing her clothes
Feb 07 2019
Image sourceMaggie, a college student from North Carolina, says that a "ghost" was haunting her in her off-campus apartment. "It sounded like a raccoon in my closet", Maddie, who requested only her first name be used, told Fox 8.
I just put my hand on the door.and I'm like who's in there?
"My name's Drew", the voice said from inside her closed closet door.
"He tries on my hat, goes in my bathroom and looks in the mirror and then he asked like 'you're really pretty, can I hug you?' But he never touched me", she said.
'We always joke that there's a ghost in here because I've been missing clothes since I've been living here.
Maddie has the feeling that it was not the first time that Swofford had been in her apartment as she had noticed before things had been moved but she assumed it was just her flatmates.
Maddie told the station she tried making an emergency call from her Apple Watch, to not avail.
A usa woman who realised her clothes were going missing and discovered hand prints left on her walls found she was dealing with something seriously sinister lurking in her home.
Police in Greensboro then arrested Swofford a block away from the apartment complex.
She reportedly kept her calm and engaged in conversation with the man, while waiting for her boyfriend to arrive.
After calling her boyfriend, Maddie waited for help and talked to the man, identified as 30-year-old Andrew Swofford, to distract him.
The women do not know how the man entered the residence. Back in December, she needed to have the locks changed after finding two other odd men in her living room, WGHP reported. They alerted the leasing office, and they changed the locks at the time of the incident.
"Last night I did not feel safe", she told the station. I can't stay here.
Maddie added: "I'm leaving tonight, yeah, just signed a lease for a new apartment". Swofford was taken to Guilford County jail, and given a $26,000 bond, Fox 8 reported. My closet, it stinks, I don't like, every time I go in there it's like 'ugh.' It's a bad vibe.
Andrew Clyde Swofford, 30, is charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering.
He is now being held on a total of $26,600 bail at the Guilford County Jail, according to records on the Guilford County Sheriff's Office website.