No one ever expects to wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of their bedroom door being kicked in.
No one expects it.
But one woman was prepared for it.
I was incredibly happy to see this story of a woman in Chattanooga, TN who fired at two men who broke into her bedroom in the dead of night. She got her gun, fired at them, and scared them off.
Unfortunately, not everyone is as prepared as this woman was and…
Here Are 3 Brutal Truths About Home Invasions You Must Face NOW…
Home Invaders Are Unlike Other Criminals
You might think that if a criminal is in your home, he wants to avoid you as much as you want to avoid him.
He probably just wants to grab your TV and skedaddle, right?
But these two guys weren’t avoiding the woman in this story.
They were looking for her.
They knocked in her LOCKED bedroom door and if she hadn’t heard them – if the door hadn’t been locked – if she hadn’t been ready for them – she would have woken up to a hand over her mouth and two men in her bed.
Who wants to bet they weren’t after the TV?
Home Invasions Aren’t A “City Thing”
A lot of people think home invasions only happen in crime-plagued urban areas.
But this woman’s home was in a secluded area where neighbors wouldn’t see them and wouldn’t hear her screams.
The fact is, the more isolated your home is… the better a target it is.
When Seconds Count, The Cops Are Minutes Away
Of course, call 911 first (if you can).
But when an attacker is breaking down your door, it’s just you against your attackers.
Owning a gun isn’t enough.
It’s knowing what to do in those first critical seconds that can mean the difference between life… or a home invader’s thrill of rape, torture or death.
Are You Prepared For A Home Invasion?
If this story worries you, it should.
What you do in those first critical seconds when you find someone in your home can mean the difference between life and death.
They can mean the difference between scaring the criminals off right away, or being caught in a horrific tale of rape, torture, or worse.
Don’t believe the pretty lies, like…
… “nothing could happen to us in our nice community”…
…”the neighbors will call the police”; or…
…”the police would come to save me”.
Facing the brutal facts will protect your family.
No one expects a home invasion.
I hope it never happens to you.
But if, God forbid, it ever does… I want you to be more than ready.