• Tory McKenzie installed a motion-activated camera in her son's toddler's room
  • Her granddaughter was overheard talking to an unseen entity at night
  • McKenzie sought paranormal experts' help to expel the demon

A Nevada grandmother who installed a camera at her son’s residence after reports about her toddler granddaughter’s newfound habit of speaking to an unseen entity in the night, couldn’t believe her eyes when a "horned demon" was captured standing over the child’s crib.

Tory McKenzie, from Las Vegas, checked the footage several days after installing a motion-activated camera at her son’s residence after her 2-year-old granddaughter was overheard talking to an unseen entity, and on one occasion even asking it to "go away."

McKenzie immediately reached out to the paranormal experts to seek help after spotting the demon-like creature standing just inches away from her granddaughter and 7-month-old grandson, Lad Bible reported.

"It was so shocking when I saw it. I had to do a double-take," McKenzie said on her post for The Paranormal Society of Northeast GA Facebook account. "The first thing I saw was horns on its head, so you immediately think it's the devil or a demon."

"We thought it was a family member looking after the kids, but that picture, I have no idea," she added. "It's terrifying. I showed the kids and my 13-year-old son was scared by it. I ran over to the house and showed my eldest son. We were just in shock and he couldn't explain it either," McKenzie continued.

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In a shot captured from the footage that the Facebook post carries, the creature can be seen standing awkwardly, looking upwards just a few seconds before 3 a.m.

"Everybody was asleep, so it couldn't have been my son or his partner," McKenzie said.

"We have still shots of him in there and it looks nothing like that. I know that it's something supernatural.

McKenzie claimed that whenever she tried to get rid of the paranormal presence by burning oils, cabinets and curtains opened on their own and The All-American Rejects' song "Move Along" started playing.

"Ryan (her son) has moved the kids out of their room and into his room. Nothing bad has happened to them yet, but it's the fact that it could," McKenzie was quoted as saying in the Facebook post.

McKenzie said Ryan's home which he shares with his partner Alicia Johnson, is only 20-year-old so she was surprised as to how it could have an evil spirit lurking inside it.

"I see this all the time. Whenever there's a new baby in the house, the deceased family members pop in to see the new baby," a person wrote in a Facebook post. "This is photographic proof of a deceased grandparent stopping in for a visit."

In this photo, a Venezuelan migrant toddler walks inside a humanitarian camp in Bogota on Nov. 13, 2018. Getty Images/ Raul Arboleda