TikTok users spot eerie detail in woman’s security camera footage

Is your door locked right now? Even if it’s broad daylight out, you might wanna check up on that before reading.

TikTok user @heyitspheebs shared disturbing security camera footage that appears to show a man casing her apartment. The video now has more than 15 million views.

“Ladies! Please be careful! I had just gotten off work and didn’t see anyone following me. The stalker kept walking [past] the door for 2 hours,” she wrote in the video. “Creepy how he comes back.”

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In the first video, @heyitspheebs entered her door at 9:25 p.m. A “creepy” figure can be seen going up and down the stairs, raising his hood to cover his face and peering at the door for hours after that.

In a second video, she showed more footage of the man appearing to duck the camera at 10:50 p.m., then doing it again just 10 minutes later.

The alleged “stalker” stopped lurking around her door when her boyfriend showed up.

Commenters were concerned about the TikToker.

“The most terrifying thing for me is that if you didn’t have a camera, you never would have known,” one user said.

“My heart dropped when he checked the windows. I’m so happy you are OK,” another wrote.

Some users pointed out the man’s unusual behavior.

“It seems as if he’s been tracking the time you get off of work to when you come home since he came down five minutes later,” one said.

“The door was left open a bit and he missed by seconds,” another wrote. “You were literally saved by the grace of God.”

“He put his hood up because he knows what he’s doing is wrong,” a third commented.

In a follow-up video, @heyitspheebs said she showed the footage to a woman who works in her apartment’s office, and she acted like she did not know what to do about it.

The TikTok user said she’s now staying with a friend.

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