"I didn't sleep last night at all. I felt like someone was watching me," the daughter revealed.
A family that moved into the house where a child star was murdered is getting a home makeover to have a "fresh, clean start."
In 2001, the Bernal family moved into a Canoga Park, California residence, which happened to be the location of a gruesome double homicide/suicide 13 years prior when Jozsef Barsi shot and killed his 10-year-old daughter, Judith, and wife, Maria, before soaking their bodies in gasoline, setting them on fire and fatally shooting himself in the garage, according to the New York Times.
Judith starred in 1987's "Jaws IV: The Revenge" and had stints on TV shows such as "Punky Brewster" and numerous commercials.
"When we first moved in, we didn't know anything about the house," Gaby Bernal, who was ten at the time the family moved in, revealed on Wednesday's episode of Quibi's "Murder House Flip."
A neighbor eventually told them about the horrific history of the home.
"The night that he did it, he came home drunk," Gaby detailed. "His wife was trying to divorce him at the time and take the little girl with her. She was like the money maker. If he can't have her, no one can."
"They died with so much anger, maybe that's still here," she mused, while her father, Francisco, added, "The house had the bad energy when we moved in."
"You can just tell there's so much love in this house, but at the same time this house has taken an extreme toll on Gaby and her family," explained designer Mikel Welch.
"The way things line up with this story is really eerie," added designer Joelle Uzyel. "There's clearly some bad energy trapped inside this house."
The pair then took to a transformative renovation for the home, knocking out the window in Gaby's bedroom to let "light and good energy in," creating an inviting backyard space and brightening up the hallway with new fixtures and fresh paint.
The third episode of this series will reveal the full makeover when "Murder House Flip" returns next Wednesday.