One woman fainted when she saw her boyfriend’s mother sneak into her bedroom while she was sleeping and whispering creepy words.
TikTokker shared a series of clips on the platform, explaining that he thought the threat was coming from “ghosts” until he installed a motion-sensing camera in his room.
TikTokker claims he picked up a woman standing over a sleeping woman while whispering disgusting words.
In an early TikTok clip, she said: “I downloaded the app to listen to my snoring at night, and I ended up getting calls and hate speeches saying they wanted to kill me.
“So I think there is a ghost in my room, but it was my boyfriend’s mother who came into my room and hovered over me while I was sleeping and said that.”
With over a million likes and thousands of comments, quickly gaining word of mouth, TikTokker felt the need to tell this story.
After installing an app that records noise while sleeping, she revealed how shocked she was to hear voices in her room.
In the second video, she explained: “One day she was scrolling on TikTok, and the ad was always ‘recording her sleeping at night and I can hear her farting’.
“So that’s what I wanted to do, and I couldn’t hear my snoring, but I started hearing strange whispers in my ear.
“It was abusive language such as ‘I’m too ugly’ and ‘I hate you’, and words I didn’t want to say because I took another TikTok. Down but basically it was a few things that really hurt.
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“And this happened three days in a row and I thought, ‘Oh my God, there’s a ghost in the house.’ I thought I had a ghost because my mother-in-law was always sweet to me.
“If she’s so kind to my face, why would you think I’m her?”
TikTokker said he didn’t hear anything for the first few days, so he thought it had stopped.
“But one night I saw her come into my room and I thought she was looking for something because I got home late that day, but no she started hovering around me,” she added.
The woman said she had not yet met her boyfriend’s mother, who said she was leaving the house after she was recently released from prison.
An additional clip shared on her TikTok page, apparently from a motion-sensing camera, shows a woman standing on her bed.