A North Carolina university tyro who suspicion her unit was condemned after things started disintegrating was repelled to find a creepy male stealing in her closet and wearing her clothes.

The womanlike student, who usually wanted to be identified as Maddie, had grown to consider that a off-campus unit she common with a roommate was condemned after her garments started disintegrating and strange handprints started appearing on mirrors and walls. However, on Saturday, she found that she wasn’t traffic with a ghost, though something equally as terrifying – a bizarre male stealing in her closet and wearing her clothes.

Photo: Guilford County Sheriff

“I only hear rattling in my closet. It sounded like a raccoon in my closet,” Maddie told Fox8. “I’m like, ‘Who’s there?’ And somebody answers me. He’s like, ‘Oh, my name is Drew.’ we open a doorway and he’s in there, wearing all of my clothes. My socks. My shoes. And he has a book bag full of my clothes.”

The repelled student, who goes to a University of North Carolina during Greensboro, managed to keep her restraint and fast called her boyfriend. At a same time, she started articulate to a creepy male in her closet to confuse him and case for time. Interestingly, he seemed some-more than happy to hang out.

“He tries on my hat. He goes in a lavatory and looks in a counterpart and afterwards is like ‘you’re unequivocally pretty, can we give we a hug?’” Maddie recalled. “But he never overwhelmed me.”

When Maddie’s beloved arrived during her unit he done a uninvited guest leave and called a police. The “closet ghost” was after arrested nearby a unit building and identified as 30-year-old Andrew Swofford. On Monday, he was jailed in Guilford County underneath a $26,000 bond on 14 transgression charges including robbery and temperament theft.

Maddie says she was propitious to learn “Drew” in her closet since she came by around lunchtime to collect adult some things, that he substantially wasn’t expecting. However, conjunction a tyro nor a military can explain how he managed to get inside a apartment, as a doorway is always sealed and there are no signs of forced entry. The skill government association in assign of a unit building is also perplexing to figure out how something like this happened.

Stranger still is a fact that this was a second time Maddie found strangers in her unit in only over a month. Back in Dec she came home to find dual bizarre group in her vital room. She alerted a leasing bureau about it and they altered a thatch on a front door, though didn’t forewarn a military about a incident.

 

Despite carrying finally solved a poser of a closet ghost, Maddie says she doesn’t feel protected vital in a unit anymore.

“Last night we did not feel safe. we slept with my roommate in her bed, a immature tyro said. “I can’t stay here. My closet, it stinks. Every time we go in (my room) there’s a bad vibe. I’m only prepared to leave.”