After one such debate, Katherine is distant from everyone else in her room. In tears, she pours over the photos she’s taken of the house, just to go over the picture of a puzzling figure remaining in one of the windows. On top of that, while they’re unloading, Katherine finds an unusual porcelain doll of a jokester in her room. Thinking nothing about this frightening revelation, she puts it aside and everything except overlooks it until soon thereafter, when she tosses it into her closet, just to conscious the following morning with it sitting in the seat next to her bed.
In the interim, we see David’s bedsheets in their fragile endeavor to choke him. It’s not particularly terrifying – this scene specifically was very clever, if anything. Disregarding all these unusual events, David doesn’t appear to be persuaded that there’s anything amiss with the house. Or maybe, he imagines that Katherine is purposely making trouble keeping in mind the end goal to hurt him. The entire thing reaches a critical stage when Katherine welcomes her companion Alex (Sam Harding) to the house while David is out. Both of them witness an odd, hooded figure wearing a cover strolling around upstairs, and Alex escapes in dread. At the point when Katherine tries to disclose the circumstance to her dad, he totally loses his temper, calling her egotistical (in addition to other things).