[06/28/22 - 10:44 AM] New Lifetime Original Unscripted Series "Phrogging: Hider in My House" Premieres Monday, July 18 at 10/9c This stranger-than-fiction true crime thriller explores the phenomenon of phrogging - people secretly living inside someone else's home.
[via press release from Lifetime]
TUNE IN ALERT
SHOCKING TRUE STORIES OF PEOPLE SECRETLY LIVING IN OTHERS' HOMES
NEW LIFETIME ORIGINAL UNSCRIPTED SERIES "PHROGGING: HIDER IN MY HOUSE" PREMIERES MONDAY, JULY 18 at 10/9c
Have you ever had a feeling that you are not alone...that you are being watched in your own home? Lifetime premieres the most unforgettable hour of television that will have you jumping out of your skin and calling your friends and family on Monday, July 18 at 10/9c with the debut of the new unscripted series Phrogging: Hider in My House.
TAKE A LOOK IF YOU DARE...
This stranger-than-fiction true crime thriller explores the phenomenon of phrogging - people secretly living inside someone else's home. From the man in the attic to the creeper in the crawl space, each episode features two first-hand accounts of survivors sharing the most skin crawling, twisted, and truly terrifying stories imaginable.
In the premiere episode, Brittany Campbell (Honolulu, HI) blames her husband James when stuff goes missing, but she doesn't know a stranger living inside their home plans to use the couple in medical experiments. Also, when Madisyn Gidrey's (Greensboro, NC) clothes disappear, friends tease that it's all in her mind - but it's not funny when a handprint appears on her mirror.
What Is Phrogging? And Is It an Urban Legend or Real-Life Crime?
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