Mystery Woman Caught Ringing Doorbells in Texas is Identified

FOX 5 SAN DIEGO — Officials say they have identified the barefoot woman captured by surveillance cameras ringing doorbells at a number of Texas homes before vanishing into the night.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Spencer said during a press conference Wednesday that the woman is safe. He said they learned of her identity after finding a 49-year-old man — who had made suicidal threats and comments — dead during a welfare check.

“The preliminary cause of death at this time is a single gunshot wound believed (to be) self-inflicted,” Lt. Spencer said. “The decedent’s girlfriend, a 32-year-old white female, who was not on scene when deputies arrived, is confirmed to be the female in the doorbell video that has been circulating around on the internet.”

Lt. Spencer said they are not identifying the woman because she is a family violence victim, adding only that she is now with family.

When asked about the nature of the family violence, Lt. Spencer said, “There’s some issues, obviously, with the surveillance video and why she’s wearing those restraints and the circumstances surrounding it. We only have one side of the story right now.”

Lt. Spencer said the victim left a suicide note that helped identify the girlfriend and helped explain “some of the circumstances behind why this occurred,” adding that the woman was living with the 49-year-old at the Sunrise Ranch home where the body was found.

The grainy video, captured around 3:20 a.m. on Friday, shows a woman walking up to a house and ringing the doorbell. She’s wearing a T-shirt, and appears to have some sort of shackle hanging from her right wrist.

“We were dead asleep in our beds. My husband was woken up by doorbell ring. It rang probably 20 to 30 times,” one resident, who did not want to be named, told CNN affiliate KPRC. “He walked outside, no one was in sight. It’s like she disappeared in thin air.”

KPRC reported that the same woman apparently visited at least five houses in the Sunrise Ranch neighborhood.

Mystery Woman Seen on Home Surveillance Video Ringing Doorbells in Texas

Cra-zy!

Hustlers, what would you do if this some weird shit like this happened at your crib?

Who knows if this is a prank or if it’s real, but do know I would not have opened the door let alone go outside — without the strap. #getthestrap

In all seriousness hopefully this young lady is ok. It’s crazy nobody ID’d her yet. No friends or family?

Check out the story on KTLA.


KTLA – A woman – barefoot and wearing what could be handcuffs -repeatedly rang doorbells at a number of Texas homes before vanishing into the night.

Now police in Montgomery County are trying to identify her and have released surveillance footage of her approaching a home.

The grainy video, captured around 3:20 a.m. on Friday, shows a woman walking up to a house and ringing the doorbell. She’s wearing a T-shirt, and appears to have some sort of shackle hanging from her right wrist.

“We were dead asleep in our beds. My husband was woken up by doorbell ring. It rang probably 20 to 30 times,” one resident, who did not want to be named, told CNN affiliate KPRC. “He walked outside, no one was in sight. It’s like she disappeared in thin air.”

KPRC reported that the same woman apparently visited at least five houses in the Sunrise Ranch neighborhood. Continue reading →

Kids Say Clowns Chased Them From Georgia Bus Stop

Per various news reports, more “creepy clowns” have now migrated from the woods of North and South Carolina to the woods of Georgia.


According to WRDW, now several kids in Georgia say they were chased away from their bus stop Tuesday morning by people dressed like clowns.

The kids were reportedly walking to the bus stop at about 6:30 a.m. when they saw at least two men dressed in black with a clown mask and a red wig.

The kids said they saw the men coming toward them between two trailers, so they started running.

And I told my brother to run and scream as loud as he can,” said 12-year-old Cameron Frails.

They were able to make it away and get to their parents, who called 911 and alerted local authorities.

Clowns have been sighted in several different locations to date, most notably in North Carolina, South Carolina and now, Georgia.

Though several of the sightings have been proven false, police say the investigation is ongoing and they will continue to follow up on leads.

My mom is going to take us to school and drive us up to the bus stop from now on,” Frails said.

I can’t even begin to explain how spooky this story is. Is this some kind of weird cult or what? What’s even more terrifying is that the motives of these clowns is very unclear. Are they just looking to scare people (as in some kind of bad Halloween farce) or are they really some kind of psycho creepy creeps?

In either case — hide your kids, FOR REAL!

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