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It started with her seeing a dead body in the pool above her. She freaked out so badly her necklace got caught in the drain and she couldn’t move. Close to dying, Jonathan grabbed her out of the pool and went to bed.
Another incident was when Willa was home alone and she started to hear water dripping. She followed the sound and went into Jonathan's office. She went into the connected bathroom and saw that the bathtub was full to the brim. She dug her hand in the water to drain, but something caught her arm. She was able to get out of the grip and leave the room. But she found a note. It was a line from a movie that was supposed to come out but didn’t.
Wyatt and Willa start researching to figure out what’s going on. They soon found out that a girl named Paige was killed by the Hollywood Killer, the same way the past owner of the house died. They put two and two together and realized the person that has been giving Willa these visions is actually Paige.
With the clues that Paige has been giving and the research that Wyatt has been doing, and some research of her own, Willa figured out who the Hollywood Killer. It was her step-father’s personal assistant, Reed, the entire time.Willa was even developing feelings for Reed, she also kissed him.
Reed had Willa tied down to a chair, practicing all the lines to make sure the scene is perfect. But Reed forgot that he was supposed to meet with Jonathan and give him his computer. So when Jonathan got tired of waiting, he decided to go home and get the computer himself. He saw Willa strapped down to a chair went to untie her. Reed was hiding at this point so he came up behind Jonathan and knocked him out.
Reed dragged Jonathan up the stairs and put him in the bathtub to potentially drown him. While Reed was doing this, Willa realized she was loose, so she got up and got a knife from the cabinet. She hurriedly tied herself back up again and hid the knife behind her back. Reed came down the stairs to try the scene again.
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