A mother takes a photo of her baby, but after seeing the photo as a mother, you defend your kids. Annabelle is no exception. But the threat to her daughter Stacey comes from an unexpected source. When Annabelle finds something unusual in a seemingly everyday snapshot, her mind goes berserk. She needed to find out what was going on and call the cops.
But what they found stunned Annabelle that discomfort she felt in the park. Annabelle wonders if she was correct at all. These worrying comments on Stacy’s Photo had to mean something. She saw it peeking between the cliffs. It blew her mind.
Annabelle told Stacey to stop taking photos and phone the cops. They arranged a meter at the photo location. When they arrived and glanced behind the Rockwell, Annabelle’s eyes welled up with tears. How could he? But what did Annabelle see?
Why did the cops have to be involved? And what did they find beyond the stone wall? Annabelle Spencer was a woman in her 30s. She raised her only daughter, Stacey, alone. Annabelle and Stacey shared a suburban home in Texas.
Their lives had recently changed forever. Annabelle was married to Victor for a year and a half. Annabelle’s first love, Victor. They married immediately after graduation. Life would be beautiful for them as long as they were together, but things went very differently.
The young pair was inexperienced and lacking in confidence in each other. Annabelle and Victor were continuously injuring each other, and their house became a constant battlefield. But then Stacey came along. Something changed in Annabelle’s house when she got pregnant. This became clearer once Stacey was born.
Neither parent could bear to be without her. Even though they no longer fought, they seem to have only room in their affections for Stacey and not each other. The marriage was clearly only a fad. They kept up for their daughter. Annabelle and Victor, like other loveless couples, realized they couldn’t handle being close.
And soon they were always squabbling, adding to their broken relationships pressure. But the final straw came from an unexpected source. Stacey sat with her mother one day, tears in her eyes, and discussed some tension. She told her mother she no longer trusted her father. Annabelle was worried as she listened to Stacey.
She was soon on the phone with her lawyer, setting up a meeting. So began the divorce procedure. Annabelle was scared about her daughter and couldn’t remain with Victor while the divorce was pending. Annabelle realized she had to act fast. After that, Stacey and Annabelle packed up their belongings and went back in with Annabelle’s parents.
They agreed to stay until the divorce was official. They removed everything precious. Not wanting to return, Victor returned home with mixed emotions. The first was confusion. He searched the house for his wife and children, failing to find them.
He became enraged. He was enraged when Annabelle took Stacey. Annabelle and Victor grew resentful in the months that followed. The custody fight was long, and both parents wanted Stacy. Annabelle was relieved to have won full custody after months of court battles.
After the divorce, a custody struggle ensued. Victor was forbidden to see Annabelle, even if Victor lost in court. He didn’t intend to give up on his Hunt for his daughter. Despite animal’s best attempts, he reunited with Stacey. Victor spent the following few months trying to reconnect with his daughter, and he sought to reach out to close family friends.
He wanted to sneak up on Stacy without Annabelle knowing. Victor believed Annabelle was the only thing between them. Annabelle was steady. She kept a close eye on her kid, hoping her father would never find her in harbor. No amount of skill or vigilance could stop at all, and Victor’s communications reached Stacy.
But Stacy was uninterested in her father’s communications. It’s a good thing she didn’t read them. When Victor tried to meet her in person, she firmly shut the door. This discouraged Victor, who ceased trying after that. After that, Victor seemed to lose interest in Stacy.
He stopped texting and writing letters to his beloved daughter. Finally, the two women’s lives seemed to be returning to normal. But for how long? Stacey and Annabelle were relieved. Victory had halted his pranks and was now avoiding them.
So did mother and daughter. That allowed them to have more fun together, and photography became one of their favorite pastimes. But Annabelle had underestimated social media. Stacey had recently joined Instagram and was quickly hooked. It seemed she spent most of her time capturing images and posting them to Instagram.
Annabel didn’t want her daughter spending so much time on her phone, but she saw the positives. Annabelle enjoyed photography as a pastime. Her time was Stacey, who posed and prepared the images with her mother increased. Annabelle feared her daughter would spend too much time on the app, but she was happy for the chance to mend together. On a lazy afternoon, they went to the park to photograph Annabelle.
Stacey had lots of suggestions for wonderful locations to go, but they never got there. Instead, their intentions would be difficult and cut short. Annabelle and Stacey were excited for their park visit. They’d planned to spend an hour in the park, but only stayed for ten minutes. It was mostly Annabelle’s fault.
Annabelle was apprehensive about her trip. For some reason, she couldn’t pinpoint. She was immediately uneasy upon entering the park. Not sure why, but it got stronger as they stayed in the park. Annabelle recognized her uneasiness didn’t go away.
After a few rounds, it became worse. Not only Annabelle was uneasy, Stacey began to suspect something was wrong with her mother kept looking around. They tried to take additional shots, but the annoyance remained. Could they stay in the park with all their worries? Something was certainly wrong and Annabelle had to go.
Stacey felt the same way. It didn’t matter that their images weren’t perfect. They needed to get out and away as soon as possible. They arrived home stunned, Stacey demanded photos. The terrible drink in the park had probably wrecked their visit.
Stacey was pleased with several of the images she wanted to show her mother, but she was tired. Fear had tired her, so Stacey wanted to share them on her Instagram profile. She had the app for a long time and enjoyed sharing images with her mother. Positive feedback from her pales made her happy. That meant waiting for Annabelle’s approval, but Stacey was impatient.
Stacey, like most teenagers, didn’t want to wait for her mother’s approval. But Annabelle knew more. The Internet is, after all, permanent. Annabelle feared her daughter would publish something regrettable if she wasn’t careful. Stacey despised it her age.
She didn’t think her mother had to approve of her social media posts to get the photos online, Stacey waited for her friend’s comments while her mother slept in the other room. Stacey feared getting in trouble. After uploading the images to avoid it, she started completing her homework and left her phone in the kitchen. She’d never finished her homework if she took the phone, but maybe she shouldn’t have. Annabel wakes up from her snooze, goes to the kitchen for a coffee.
But Stacey’s phone keeps ringing. Why is she getting so many messages? Something is clearly wrong. When she picked up the phone, she was surprised. Annabelle unlocks her daughter’s phone and sees mostly Instagram messages.
No Instagram messages. Unless Stacey had done what her mother had forbidden face to face with her daughter, it’s apparent Stacy published the images without her mother’s consent. Annabelle checks her laptop for Stacey’s profile. Today’s photos are there. Annabelle is enraged.
Why would Stacey disobey her behind her back? She simply searched for her. Sadly, it’s already been done. The number of comments is absurd. So why was Stacey’s phone exploding?
Annabelle spotted Stacey hard at work with studies, but that didn’t stop her from talking to her. When asked if she put the images online without her mother’s permission, Stacey doesn’t deny it. She says she’s a teen, older and wiser. Stacy concerns when Annabelle informs her about the comments. She doesn’t get that that awful familial feeling.
Returned, Stacey checks her Instagram post. She’s got several personal notes from her pals, as well as many comments. She checks them and becomes pale. What’s bothering Annabelle’s daughter? The initial comments are compliments, but soon people start pointing out something in the photo’s background.
Regrettably, no one knows what it is. Is it a human? Just a shadow? Stacey showed her mother the comments, and they decided Annabelle was going to look at her photos. She could use high quality Zoom to help them figure out the photo’s background.
The original shot clearly shows something. But what is it? Annabelle enlarges the photograph, focusing on the strange figure. There was definitely someone there. She notices a camera lens between the stone wall.
Someone took their picture. Little red light confirms it. Annabelle was undecided. Can I go back? What would he find someone was photographing her daughter, or possibly her.
She decides to travel, but not alone. It’s too risky for her. Annabelle contacts the cops, who have a quiet day. They dispatch an agent to take Annabelle to the park to look for clues. Annabelle gives the agent the enlarged snapshot on her phone and they both agree someone was on the prowl.
They used the photo to find the person. It was behind the stone wall in the shot. Will the individual still be there? If Annabelle goes, what hazard may have? Annabelle agrees.
The cop should investigate first. Annabelle joins the officer when the scene is clear. Someone was there. There’s trash, a cigarette, and a candy wrapper. Not only that, the most essential clue was found in the mountain.
A wallet. It must have fallen as he walked away. Annabelle instantly opens it to find a snapshot of her daughter staring back. She finds an ID in the wallet. Never.
The evidence is overwhelming. They rush home after showing the agent the wallet, thinking Stacey is okay and no one’s come to see her. They find Stacey still completing school work. When they arrive home, no one’s visited her. Therefore, she’s safe.