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Casey Clopton didn’t believe in ghosts. But that changed after his last job.

As KOMO News reports, Clopton’s company, Extreme Contracting, was hired to help flip a house in Tacoma, Washington. According to the News-Tribune, during an early trip to the job site, Clopton brought his 11-year-old daughter, who sometimes takes notes for him. but as the two toured the home, the girl began crying and asked to leave.

Clopton’s daughter insisted that something “didn’t feel right” in the small house and refused to be left alone. Clopton told KOMO he initially dismissed her discomfort:

“I just chalked it up to a little girl being scared of the dark.”

But as the work went on, strange things kept happening. Thinking that the neighborhood might be the target of vandals of thieves, Clopton began talking to neighbors about the strange experiences his workers kept having in the house. That’s when he learned the previous resident might have something to do with it.

The unassuming home actually has a macabre history. It was where serial killer Ted Bundy spent his childhood, moving in with his family at the age of 9. Before he was executed in 1989, Bundy confessed to more than 30 murders and authorities suspect he may have been responsible for more.

According to the News Tribune, there is no evidence that Bundy committed any crimes while living at the house. However, he is a suspect in the disappearance of an 8-year-old Tacoma girl who vanished when Bundy was 14 years old.

As the work continued, so did the strange happenings. There were phantom noises — footsteps, knocking, and jiggling doorknobs. Sometimes they would show up in the morning to find cabinets and drawers left open, but the alarm system still on and the doors locked.

Clopton wasn’t the only one who experienced odd things at the former Bundy home. Real estate broker James Pitts told KOMO that he was trying to make a video in the basement when his phone inexplicably stopped working:

“My phone kept resetting, and kept resetting until it wouldn’t turn itself back on anymore. It just crashed pretty much.”

For months, the contracting crew was plagued by strange, spooky incidents. One day, a heavy dresser seemed to move and fall on its own. Clopton recalled:

“To take that out, it takes you two people. It was tipped over, moved over across the hall a little bit, and on its face.”

Then there were the mysterious messages. Clopton said he found the words “Help Me” smeared in dirt on a screened-in basement window. Another time, a crew member found the word “Leave” spelled out in sawdust on the floor of the bedroom. Clopton told KOMO:

“Right in the middle of the floor, it said, ‘Leave.’ Spelled out perfectly. What? How does that happen?”

Convinced they were dealing with something more than just a joke, Clopton and his crew tried to quiet the home. They brought in pastors to bless the building and scrawled Bible verses on the wall. They made sure that there was Christian music playing at all times.

Clopton said he made sure visitors understood the music was non-negotiable:

“I told anybody that came to the house, ‘You can turn it up or you can turn it down. But you can’t turn it off.’”

A renovation that should have taken three months dragged on for seven, though Clopton says that things got easier after they bring in the pastors and Christian music. He told the News-Tribune:

“Everything in that house fought us, and I was kind of weird about it. But I go to church and I have God with me.”

Clopton says he hopes the blessing and Bible verses will help protect the new owners. After his experience at the Bundy home, he is no longer skeptical about the paranormal:

“That there’s something else out there, man. That’s what I think it is. That we are not alone out here.”

The now-renovated house was sold in April. It is unknown whether the new owners know about its eerie history.