Phrogging: Attic Attack – Where is Davis Wahlman Now?

Davis Wahlman
KOMO News employee Davis Wahlman claims he found a woman living in his attic in the US city of Seattle. Picture: Komo News

Phrogging: Attic Attack – Where is Davis Wahlman Today? – Davis Wahlman knew something was wrong with his home, but he didn’t look into it until he heard movement upstairs. Shivers ran down his spine at what he discovered.

When Davis Wahlman suddenly started observing odd sights and hearing bizarre noises, he was residing in his family’s 1920s-era home. He became increasingly unhappy about what was happening until, one day, he was shocked to see a strange woman inside his home.
The subject of A&E’s episode “Phrogging: Attic Attack” is Davis Wahlman’s home invasion and the measures he took to thwart it. Consequently, let’s learn more about Davis and this shocking tale, shall we?

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Davis Wahlman says he found a home invader living in his attic
Davis Wahlman says he found a home invader living in his attic. Picture: Komo News

Davis Wahlman: Who is he?

Davis Wahlman resided in Seattle, Washington’s Green Lake area, at the time of the event in 2016. One evening, when Davis got home from work, he found that several of the lights in his home were on. While he wasn’t particularly frightened by that, he did find it strange and kept it in mind. But once Davis entered, things only became more bizarre. He discovered that a window screen was in his bathroom.

The following morning, Davis was alarmed by noises coming from his attic. “I am kind of jolted out of bed. I hear rummaging around above me, which I know is the attic, so I’m like, ‘That’s kind of weird.'”

The light in his office was on as he went to see what it was. Before knocking, Davis wanted to be secure and looked for a means of defense after noticing that the door was locked.

After then, Davis heard a woman’s voice pleading for Jimmy. At this time, he had had enough and promptly dialled the police. Once the door was opened, He knocked. A woman responded,

“‘Jimmy? Is that you, Jimmy?'” he said about the stranger who answered.

“I’m like ‘No, it’s not Jimmy. Who is this and why are you in my house?'”

Mr Wahlman said he called police before the woman — a stranger wearing tracksuit pants — opened the door.

“I’m like ‘Who the heck are you?’ Why are you in my house?'” said Mr Wahlman, who lives in Seattle, Washington state.

“And she just keeps kind of going: ‘This is my house. I live here. I’ve been here for three days. Jimmy said I could live here, Jimmy said I could stay here’.”

Davis attempted to confine the odd woman inside until the police arrived, but she was able to flee, leaving him with little more than a description to submit to the police. Davis observed nothing was amiss other than a few misplaced items and wondered how the woman had gotten inside. About 18 minutes after Davis called 911, the police showed up.

Where is Davis Wahlman Now
Davis Wahlman says he has now changed all the locks at his home. Picture: Komo News

What Happened to Davis Wahlman and Where Is He Now?

Davis Wahlman also said, “I absolutely support the cops, I love the police officers, and I’m really happy they did show up, but as I’m telling someone on dispatch that there’s someone in my house, ‘Hey, please bring help,’ and it took 18 minutes — that’s a little disappointing.”

“To come into a house like this, in this neighbourhood, that’s clearly being lived in — that’s bold,” Mr Wahlman said.

Following the bizarre event, Davis promptly had his hair cut short. He discussed how it affected him on the show and revealed that he slept next to a shotgun for the first six months.

Davis appears to be doing much better today. He was a promotions producer for KOMO TV in Seattle at the time of the incident. After that, he spent roughly three years as a writer and producer for KIRO TV. Davis later changed jobs, working for three years as a communications and branding specialist for Boeing, and is now an executive communication manager for Cisco in Seattle.

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