New owners have moved into Steelmanville Road and their daughter Renee is home alone her first night. Unexplained things start happening immediately and at first she believes some of her friends have snuck in the house to scare her, but soon she learns it’s something evil. The source of evil appears to emanate from a clown doll she found in a locked box that’s now free.
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