My Haunted House (2013) Episode Scripts

N/A - The Camp & Leviathan

1 [ominous music] - Bye.
- Bye.
[door clicks shut] Ugh, work is gonna be fun tomorrow.
Oh.
[gasps] - [shrieks] - I was stuck living in our brand-new house out in the country by myself.
- [gasps] [alarm wailing] - I thought she was in danger and if we didn't help her, something terrible would happen.
[dog barks] - [gasps] - [screams] - I was sure I heard someone inside.
- [screams] - It's not over till I say it's over! - [gasps] - He didn't really think I'd seen anything.
- [crying] - Stop crying! - [screams] No, let's go! - It was terrifying living in that house.
[faint whispers] [eerie music] [loon calling] [birds chirping] [soft music] - Mmm, so good.
- You sure you don't miss that coffee shop on 4th Street? - No.
- What about that long subway ride to work? - No.
The only thing I miss right now is insulation.
- We'll be up and running in a month, and I promise you, this time next year, in the off-season, we'll live in a real house.
- That sounds good.
- I'm gonna clean up.
- Okay.
I'm gonna go down to cabin nine and get things started.
- Okay.
Mwah.
- Marc and I were both in the hotel business.
We were living in New York City, and we just realized we both hated the lifestyle.
So we took a chance and bought a closed-down summer camp upstate in the Adirondacks.
The plan was to renovate it and turn it into a lodge.
So to save money, we were living in the main building while we handled as many of the repairs as we could by ourselves.
[dull thud] [footsteps crunching] - Hey, Marc, come over here.
The termite damage is pretty bad.
[footsteps crunching] [dull thud] [sighs] Marc.
[rapid footsteps] [gasps] Marc? My husband's right over there.
- I know.
We just met him.
- We're the labor.
- Oh, sorry.
You scared me.
He said you guys were starting next week.
- Nope.
Today.
- Oh, okay.
Well, I'm Jodi.
- I'm Tre.
This is my pops, Ian.
Pleasure.
- The older one gave me the creeps.
I mean, the way he wouldn't shake my hand I probably should have told him to leave right away, but--I don't know-- I thought maybe that's just how the locals were up there.
- They're weird.
- They're a father-son team.
I kind of like them.
I mean, they came highly recommended.
And they're cheap.
- They still creep me out.
- Mm.
Don't invite them to dinner, then.
- I mean, they worked hard, and they got a lot done over the next couple weeks.
But they just made me uncomfortable.
[eerie piano note] [ominous music] - [faintly] Ah, darling, by the grace of God [speaking indistinctly] - Marc told me that he saw Ian just standing there and talking to the ground or to himself or something.
We both thought it was strange, which didn't help my opinion of him.
[owl hooting] And then that night, the problems with the electricity started.
- I don't know what's going on out there.
Generator's frozen solid, even though there's plenty of gas in it, so - [sighs] So? - So I'll call the electric company in the morning.
- So no space heater tonight? - No.
Course, we could always snuggle up next to the fire.
- Doesn't sound too bad.
- No, it doesn't.
[sighs] This is fun.
I'm serious.
This is fun.
Come on, Jodi, I love it out here.
It's so much better than when we used to live in the-- - [gasps] [suspenseful music] What just happened? - I don't know.
Something with the flue, maybe.
I-I have no idea.
- But it's not even windy outside.
- I don't know what to tell you.
- [gasps] How did it [shrieks] - What? What? What did you see? - Somebody's on the porch.
[music intensifies] It's probably one of those creeps you hired.
- I highly doubt that.
- Well, who else would it be? - Jodi, look around.
This place has been abandoned for a long time.
Teenagers come up here to drink.
It's probably some kid you saw.
Or maybe you thought you saw something.
I mean--I mean-- Never mind.
I'm not saying you're crazy.
I just-- Okay, I'm gonna go back inside.
- I wanted Marc to confront the workers the next day to see if it was one of them.
But I knew he wouldn't do it because he didn't really think I'd seen anything.
[eerie piano note] [ominous music] - Okay, boss.
Now, you got lake water running to the showers and the mess hall kitchen.
Pressure's good too, but I don't think those rich city friends of yours are gonna like drinking lake water.
- Yeah, Tre, nobody should be drinking from the lake water, rich or not.
The filtration system, the very expensive one, arrives sometime next week.
But look, don't worry about any of that.
I just need you to get the water line going.
- All right, all right.
Don't get testy.
- Where's your father? - In the woods, taking a dump.
[sighs] Nature calls, man.
City people.
[suspenseful music] - Marc, what are you doing? Marc! This isn't funny.
- I made up my mind at that point.
I wanted him gone.
I wanted them both gone.
- Showers are in, water lines are fixed, and appliances arrive next week.
- Yep.
- How much savings do we have? - For renovations? - No, not for renovations.
How much savings? - Jodi, I don't exactly know, why? - I guess what I'm saying is, do we need to rush to get this place open, or can we take a little longer, do more ourselves? - Jodi, I thought you wanted to get this place-- - I want them gone.
I don't like them.
They make me uncomfortable.
And I think they're creeps.
- Going to grab some beers at the diner in town.
Seeing if you all wanted to join, but guess not.
- Hey, guys, we're sorry.
- Save it.
- We were just hav-- - We'll load up our equipment.
Mail us our last check.
- Even though I felt pretty terrible about it, I was really happy to have them out of our lives.
[water burbling] But then bad things started happening.
- Did they give us any kind of warranty? - No, it was day labor.
And I can't exactly ask them to come back now after what happened, so All right, I'm gonna try and shut the water off.
Can you just grab me the shovel, please? - Yeah.
- We figured the water line was a fluke.
And the next day, we thought maybe it was the wind that had torn off the new roof shingles.
And then - I mean, I think it's gonna be great, you know? - Well, maybe it'll make more sense after a couple of these.
- [scoffs] I don't know if-- Great.
All right.
[groans] - [shivering] Figures.
This must be the coldest night yet.
- Oh, I'm sure we just blew a fuse.
[suspenseful music] Oh, you got to be kidding me.
- You know I never go near that thing.
[faint whispers] - I'm Jodi.
[ominous music] - I'm Tre.
This is my pops, Ian.
- They're weird.
- They're a father-son team.
They came highly recommended.
- They still creep me out.
- Don't invite them to dinner, then.
- I think it's gonna be great.
- Well, maybe it'll make more sense after a couple of these.
- [scoffs] I don't know if-- Great.
All right.
[groans] - [shivering] Figures.
This must be the coldest night yet.
- Oh, I'm sure we just blew a fuse.
[suspenseful music] Oh, you got to be kidding me.
- You know I never go near that thing.
- Okay.
Well, I think it's obvious we know what's going on here.
- It's them.
- Yeah.
Looks like I'm filing a police report in the morning.
[sighs] - [faintly] Help! Get away from me! Don't touch me! Help! It's over! [eerie music] [crickets chirping] [suspenseful music] [music intensifies] - What's going on? What are you doing? - I didn't know why Marc was so freaked out.
He only told me about seeing the vision of that woman a few days later.
- So any idea how long this might take? - Well, it depends.
You know, it'd be better off if it was just to replace the panel with a new one.
It'd be quicker and cheaper.
- Yeah, let's just replace the panel.
- Yeah, definitely a new panel.
- Good idea.
- So, I mean, any chance an electrical surge might have done that? - No, man.
You know, like, a surge is quick.
It singes the panel and makes it a little bit black here and there, but, uh, this thing is completely melted.
In fact, it looks like somebody may have taken a blowtorch to it or something.
- Hey, um - Mm? - You wouldn't happen to know where I might be able to find a-- - What, you need a gun? Mm? - No, no, um I-I was thinking more like a military surplus store.
- Can't get a gun in a military surplus store.
- I don't need a gun.
- Okay.
Just saying.
- With no proof of anything, Marc said the police wouldn't care or that they would side with a family that had been living in the town for generations.
He wanted to catch them in the act.
- This is insane.
- No, it's not.
[dull thud] - And, honestly, what he did next made me think he was losing his mind.
- [sighs] Okay, fine, yes, it is.
But this is kind of what we signed up for when we moved out here.
- No, it's not remotely what we signed up for.
- I [sighs] I told you to stay back at the motel tonight, but you refused.
[faint yelling] - Help! - Okay, that's it.
I'm going down there.
- I'm coming with you.
[suspenseful music] [thud] - [gasps] - Don't touch me! Get away from me! It's over! - Stay here.
- [screams] - [gasps] [screams] [faint whispers] [ominous music] - [faintly] Ah, darling, by the grace of God.
[ominous music] - Okay.
Well, I think it's obvious we know what's going on here.
- It's them.
- Yeah.
- [faintly] Don't touch me! Help! [suspenseful music] [thud] - [gasps] - Don't touch me! Get away from me! It's over! - Stay here.
- [screams] - [gasps] [screams] - Hey, did you hear that? Okay.
- There's someone in the woods.
- What? - It's a woman.
- No, I heard her.
- No, I saw her.
- What? Where? - I don't know.
She disappeared.
- Come on, come on.
- I thout she was in danger, that she was running from someone and if we didn't help her, something terrible would happen.
[door creaking] - Don't touch me! It's over! Get away from me! [glass shatters] Get away from me! Don't touch me! [grunts] [dull thud] [suspenseful music] - Stay here.
- [gasps] [thud] - At that point, we realized that not everything that was happening around the camp was caused by the two workers.
And then Marc had this weird hunch.
So we went to the spot that the old man had been fixated on, and we dug.
[tense music] - What the hell? [music intensifies] - It was a body that turned out to be from a 19-year-old girl who went missing in the 1970s.
- [screams] - [gasps] - As soon as the police went to talk to Ian, he confessed.
- It's not over till I say it's over! Look at me! You hear me? - Get away from me! Don't touch me! [grunts] [dull thud] - He'd accidentally killed her 40 years ago when she broke off their engagement.
He'd been living with the guilt ever since.
He took the job with us to make sure we didn't find the body.
[dramatic music] [ominous music] [match strikes] [dramatic music] - [grunts] - Is that it? - Yep, I double-checked.
Pretty sure it's the last of my stuff.
Well, the last of my stuff that the judge said is still my stuff.
The rest is now apparently your stuf even though it's still my stuff.
- You about done? - You happy with yourself? Taking the house that I helped build with my bare hands? - I'm not doing this.
Good-bye, Lawrence.
- After my divorce, I was stuck living in our brand-new house out in the country by myself.
[ominous music] [dog howling] [laughter on TV] - Some of it's good; some of it's bad.
- I didn't know anyone in the area, and I was scared and alone.
[crickets chirping] [glass shatters] [alarm wailing] - Kitchen door.
Kitchen door.
Kitchen door.
[phone ringing] Kitchen door.
Kitchen door.
- Hello? - This is Car Security.
Are you at home right now? - Yes, yes, I'm home.
I'm home.
- It looks like a door in your kitchen has set off your alarm.
- I don't know-- I don't know why.
It should be locked.
- Ma'am, where are you in the house? - I'm upstairs.
- Are you safe right now? - I don't--I-- [whispering] I don't know if I'm safe.
- Okay, we'll send somebody immediately.
- Yes, please.
Um, send someone.
- Is there somewhere you can hide upstairs? - I don't have a place to hide.
- Ma'am, what room are you in? - What? - Is there a closet or a bed you can hide under? Find shelter and stay on the phone.
We'll let you know when the police have arrived.
- Okay, I'm under the bed.
- Kitchen door.
Kitchen door.
[alarm beeps] [door creaks] [slow footsteps] - [whimpers] [heavy pounding] - Police! - I was sure I heard someone inside.
- It just doesn't quite stick.
Even a gust of wind's gonna set that alarm off.
- But the cop said there was no evidence of a break-in.
- I'm sorry.
- It's not your fault.
Just get it fixed.
And, uh, try to get some sleep.
- Yeah, right.
- It was terrifying living in that house by myself.
But I didn't have the money to move back to the city.
I thought it was just luck, what happened next.
[door creaks] [animal growls] [intense music] [faint whispers] with yourself? Taking the house that I helped build with my bare hands? - Good-bye, Lawrence.
[ominous music] [glass shatters] [alarm wailing] [phone rings] - Kitchen door.
- Hello? - This is Car Security.
Are you at home right now? - Yes, yes, I'm home.
I'm home.
- It looks like a door in your kitchen has set off your alarm.
- I don't know-- I don't know why.
It should be locked.
[indistinct police radio chatter] - Even a gust of wind's gonna set that alarm off.
- I'm sorry.
- It's not your fault.
Just get it fixed.
And, uh, try to get some sleep.
- Yeah, right.
[suspenseful music] [door creaks] [animal growls] Hey, buddy.
Are you lost? - At first, I thought he might be dangerous.
[dog whines] - Hey.
- But he wasn't.
- Hi.
Leviathan.
Who named you that, huh? Hey.
- I called every shelter within 50 miles.
- Good boy.
- No one reported him missing.
So I took him in.
[indistinct speech on TV] He was so sweet.
I figured a big dog like him would keep me company and make me feel safe at night.
I shortened his name to Levi.
[dog panting and whining] - [whispering] Come here, boy.
Come here.
- I could swear I heard a voice whispering.
- Come on.
Come here, boy.
- Levi.
- I thought I might be losing my mind.
- Good boy, good boy.
- But he was reacting to something.
[eerie piano note] I started to feel a really close bond with Levi.
- You hungry, boy? Fix you something to eat when we get back.
- And I was settling in a little.
[leaves rustle] [dog barking] [suspenseful music] - Levi! [dog barking] Come on, come on.
- At the time, it just seemed like some creepy, burned-out tweaker.
Not a huge deal, I thought.
- I can't believe he really said that.
- Hmm, yep.
- [laughs] - His house that he built with his bare hands.
Of course, when he said "built," he meant "stand around and drink beer and watch the construction workers do it.
" - Don't cheat on your wife if you don't want to lose your house.
- And there's that.
[laughs] - Why don't you come out with me and Dalton tomorrow night? - I don't want to be third wheel.
- Mm, well, um, what if Dalton invited one of his friends? - Oh, okay.
See, I knew you were up to something.
You are al-- [dog barks] - What's wrong with him? [dog whines] - I don't know.
[dog panting and whining] Levi? Levi? [ominous music] - He was doing it again - What the hell's he doing? - Looking at something on the wall.
But this time, it seemed like someone was playing with him.
[dog barking] - This is creeping me out.
What's he staring at? - I don't know.
[faint whispers] [crickets chirping] [glass shatters] [alarm wailing] - Kitchen door.
Kitchen door.
Kitchen door.
[ominous music] [door creaks] - Hey, buddy.
Are you lost? Leviathan.
Who named you that, huh? [leaves rustle] [dog barking] [suspenseful music] Levi! - Why don't you come out with me and Dalton tomorrow night? - I don't want to be third wheel.
- Mm, well, um, what if Dalton invited one of his friends? - Oh, okay.
See, I knew you were up to something.
You are al-- [dog barks] - What's wrong with him? [dog whines] - I don't know.
[dog panting and whining] Levi? Levi? [ominous music] - He was doing it again - What the hell's he doing? - Looking at something on the wall.
But this time, it seemed like someone was playing with him.
[dog barking] - This is creeping me out.
What's he staring at? - I don't know.
- We couldn't figure out what he was doing, but it was getting late, and Becky had to head home.
- Seriously, think about coming out with us tomorrow.
- Oh, all right.
- Yes, mwah.
- I'll think about it.
Good night.
- Love you.
[door clicks shut] - [sighs] Ugh, work is gonna be fun tomorrow.
Oh.
[suspenseful music] [keypad beeping] - House armed.
[speed dial beeping] [dog barking] [line trills] - 911, what's your emergency? - Yes, hello, um, there's-- there's someone on my property.
- Ma'am, did they threaten you? - Please, come.
Hurry.
Please, soon.
- Are they holding weapons? - No, he's on my porch.
He's on my porch now.
- Did they threaten you? [music intensifies] Ma'am, did they threaten you? - I don't know.
- Stay calm; we're sending someone immediately.
- Please hurry, please.
[cries] [dog growls] - The police came and searched for him.
[ominous music] But he was nowhere.
They said they'd check the area, but that was no comfort.
I was so scared.
- [sighs] - I huddled in bed all night with Levi.
- [gasps] - Ah! - [panting] [dog whines] - It made total sense that I'd be having terrifying nightmares about that creepy guy.
But the girl with red hair, no idea where that came from.
[contemporary music playing] - They'll tear us apart - I started to get on with my day.
- I know you're lost [blow-dryer whirs, electricity crackles] - Shoot, where's that breaker? [music resumes playing] - Help.
- [screams] [faint whispers] music] - Hungry, boy? Fix you something to eat when we get back.
[dog barks] - What's wrong with him? [dog whines] - Levi? [dog whining] - This is creeping me out.
What's he staring at? - I don't know.
- [gasps] - Ah! - [panting] [contemporary music playing] - They'll tear us apart I know you're lost [blow-dryer whirs, electricity crackles] - Shoot, where's that breaker? [music resumes playing] - Help.
- [screams] [suspenseful music] - I figured it was just my eyes playing tricks on me in the fogged-up mirror.
But then - [screams] [music intensifies] [door slams] [birds chirping] - This is, what, the third time we've been here in less than a week? - I know.
- I know I must have seemed like a lunatic to that cop.
- Ma'am, you can't call the police every time something scares you.
- No, I-I know.
I I mean, has anyone been reported missing? I-I think someone might be in danger, a woman.
- I regretted that the second I said it.
- What are you basing this on? - I'm not sure.
- Leave the detective work to the professionals, ok? Hopefully, you've just had some bad luck out here and we won't need to see each other for a very long time.
- You're right.
Thank you.
- I wasn't even sure what to tell him.
[dog whines] That I saw visions of a girl and some crazy bastard chaining her to the floor? [ominous music] I needed to get away from the house.
So I went out with Becky, her boyfriend, Dalton, and his friend Mike.
[laughter] And even though I wasn't really planning to hook up with him, I invited him over after we left the bar [indistinct chatter] A totally selfish move.
- [laughs] Okay, so just so we're clear - Mm-hmm.
- You're sleeping in the guest bedroom.
- Yeah, right, no, you said that already in the cab.
- Oh, I-- [laughter] Oh, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I'm just--I'm going through this thing and I just-- - I get it.
I get it.
You've been out of the game for a while.
I've been there.
Look, I just want to come in, have a drink, relax, so you know.
- Okay.
[both chuckle] I was terrified to be home alone.
- Come on in.
Oh, there's Levi.
[dog growling] Hey, buddy, there's Levi.
- Whoa.
- Oh, are you not a dog person? - I just, um-- this scar, that's from my neighbor's, uh, Doberman pinscher, so - I'm so sorry.
I'll--I'll be right back.
I'll just put him away.
- Yeah, thanks.
Sorry, I mean, if we get married, I'll-- I'll get used to it.
Uh, sorry.
- Come on.
- I felt bad for Mike.
So I put Levi in his crate.
- Good night.
- Looking back, that was a bad decision.
[owl hoots] [suspenseful music] [dog barking] - Levi, calm down.
Shh! [dog barking] There's nothing there.
[dog barking] [sighs] [gasps] [yelps] [muffled screaming] - [yells indistinctly] - [grunts] [dog barking] What are you doing? - Shut up! [thud] - [grunts] - Come on! Come on, let's go.
- Is that your ex-husband? - No, let's go! - By the time the cops arrived, he was gone.
But there was blood everywhere, and they were easily able to follow the trail down the road a bit.
It led to a barn about a block down the street.
[ominous music] - [grunts] [grunts] [heavy breathing] - Freeze! Stay on the ground! - Stay down! [coughing] Reeves, Reeves, look.
- She had been dead for months.
She had red hair.
It was the woman I had seen in my dream, the one I saw standing in my bathroom.
- [screams] - When they got him in custody, he told them what he'd done.
- Shut up! - Broke into the house to rob the place.
- You're not gonna try to leave again, will you? - But she was still home.
- Stop crying! - And for some reason, he kept her alive, kept her hostage, tied up in that barn.
Levi was just a puppy at the time, and he kept him tied up there too.
Levi was her dog.
She was still attached to him is still attached to him.
[dog whining and panting] Five years later, I still catch him staring at someone I can't see.