Grandma begs for help after ‘demon’ caught on camera over granddaughter’s bed

A Las Vegas Grandma has reached out to paranormal experts after a "demon" figure was captured on film looming over the bed of her grandchild.

Tory McKenzie, from Las Vegas in Nevada, even turned to a specialist Facebook group to seek guidance on the ghostly goings-on.

The supernatural circumstances began when two-year-old granddaughter Amber McKenzie was heard warning an invisible intruder to 'go away' at Tory's son's house.

Spooked by the incident, Tory set up a motion-activated camera in Amber's room and left it there for a number of days.

When Tory checked over the footage she was left terrified after seeing a "horned" figure with "long claws" standing inches away from the sleeping toddler and her seven-month-old brother Michael McKenzie.

The 'creature' can be seen in stills taken from the footage loitering in the room close to the children's beds.

Attempts by Tory to rid the house of the 'evil presence' by burning oils resulted in cabinets and curtains being opened and closed and music playing.

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Tory said: "It was so shocking when I saw it. I had to do a double-take. The first thing I saw was horns on its head, so you immediately think it's the devil or a demon.

"When we caught videos of the orbs we thought it was a family member looking after the kids, but that picture, I have no idea. It's terrifying."

Tory has been accused by people on social media of faking the footage but has hit back in defence of the supernatural activity.

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She said: "Everybody was asleep, so it couldn't have been my son or his partner. We have still shots of him in there and it looks nothing like that. I know that it's something supernatural.

"I'm not that talented when it comes to technology to fake the photo, and I didn't share it on my own page so it's not like I was trying to get attention from it."

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According to Tory the property is only around 20 years old so was surprised that paranormal activity appeared to be taking place.

Commenting on her Tory's post in the Facebook group The Paranormal Society of Northeast GA one person wrote: "I see this all the time. Whenever there’s a new baby in the house, the deceased family members pop in to see the new baby.

"This is photographic proof of a deceased grandparent stopping in for a visit."

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