Like a Scene Out of a Horror Movie

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How about coming home one day, hopping in the shower to unwind and relax, then noticing someone had left a threatening message for you on the shower door that revealed itself once the steam gathered? Scary shit, right? Only in horror movies?

Nope, happened in lovely Solon. Via the Chagrin Solon Sun:

SOLON

BURGLARY, FOX RUN DRIVE: A woman reported Nov. 12 that after taking a shower, she found threatening and derogatory messages that appeared after the steam had accumulated on the shower door, the mirror and the bathroom window. Apparently someone had been in her residence and had gone to the trouble to inscribe the messages so that they would appear as they did, police said. Nothing appeared to be missing, and there were no signs of forced entry, although a sliding glass door had been left unlocked. She told police she has a suspect in mind. The entry was believed to have occurred between 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 11 and 12:30 a.m. on Nov. 12.

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