Debra Jeffers, the cousin of Jenny Jeffers, now has a babysitting job and invites Jenny to spend the summer with her. Jenny is shaken because this reminds her of the exact problem she was trying to escape. She dismisses it, determined to recover. Later, Debra begins to experience haunting phone calls just like Jenny used to get, and she begins to fear she has brought the terror with her. Debra finds herself being attacked and tries to find out who is after her. Later, it is revealed that Jenny attacked Debra, as Mr. Hagen had taken over her mind completely. Jenny is then taken away to be institutionalized.
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