Womans chilling footage of creepy as f*** person knocking in Halloween mask

A terrified woman has released photos and videos of her being terrorised at all hours by a neighbour who has taken upon himself to make her life hell.

She captured the creepy footage of someone wearing a "Halloween" mask not just once, but "14 times he’s decided to act up", in just two months since she installed the camera.

The terrified woman said she even called the police after the harassment escalated beyond a joke, if it ever were.

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The sinister sight of the masked person dancing creepily in front of her door has led other users to call it 'creepy as f***', and, well, we're not arguing with that.

Posting the video on Reddit, she captioned it "Nightmare neighbour has been harassing me for months."

In the footage, taken from the front door of what appears to be a block of flats, shows the person wearing a mask worn by fictional murderer Michael Myers in the movie Halloween.

They approach the door doing a strange dance before swearing at the camera and shuffling off.

Concerned Reddit users warned the woman to get the local law enforcement involved, as reported by the Sun.

One person wrote: "This is creepy as f***, make a report with the footage to your local cops."

The woman responded: "Thank you, police are aware of the situation, and have the footage of the other 14 times he’s decided to act up. Only got the camera two months ago."

Another user said: "Whoaaaa. I just posted about my neighbour stalking me with her camera (after of course I've had mine since before she moved in).

"This guy literally lives next door and is very obvious about it… I'd think it's creepier if it was a random person from another floor but your literal next door neighbour?!!"

The terrified home owner replied: "We used to speak, then he started coming to my door at all hours of day and night and became inappropriate.

"That behaviour lasted nine months before I finally called the police on him (two months ago).

"He carved an X into my front door in retaliation, so I bought the camera."

The woman in her 20s explained how the feud with her neighbour started – saying it was down to the good weather which prompted her to spend more time in her garden apparently angering her the neighbours.

In her post she wrote: “I hadn’t even really met my neighbours until one day, the woman rang my doorbell.

“To my surprise, she asked me to start covering up that she has a husband and growing boys and I shouldn’t be showing my body.

"That men can’t help but look and it’s our, women’s, responsibility to cover our bodies.

“I told her that, no and that men are perfectly capable of not looking and perhaps she should teach her husband and sons that they shouldn’t be creeps and I closed the door.”

But just then, her Halloween nightmare almost became a reality, as she noticed someone peering through the window at her.

She added: “One day, I was coming home from shopping and saw the husband installing a camera FACING MY GARDEN.

"I could see another one facing my living room. It was creepy to say the least and I decided to get my own camera because I wasn’t feeling safe.

“Well, turns out it was a good idea because the husband was a major peeping Tom.

"Turns out that whenever his wife left and at night (I often stay up late), he would come and try to sneak a peek through my windows (mostly my downstairs bathroom).”

The woman went on to explain that she had gone on to report the pervert/man to the local authorities and the couple were told to take the cameras down.

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