Fake 911 Calls From Katie Couric's Home

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Either Katie Couric has a hacker that is pulling a prank on her, or a ghost in her house that likes calling the cops.

The New Daily News writes that Couric is being rattled by a bizarre series of early morning 911 calls made from a home phone registered to her dead husband, police sources said.

Every Tuesday at 2 a.m., Jay Monahan’s phone dials 911. And each time, a patrol officer near her Park Ave. home has been forced to respond. The calls, at least 10 since last month, are under investigation, the police sources said.

Couric told her studio audience Tuesday about the mysterious phone calls during a break while filming her daytime talk show, “Katie.” She said she was so worried that she called Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly.

“So I called Ray Kelly, who I know just through the years seeing at different things. ‘Ray, this is so weird but can you help me? I don’t know what to do,’” Couric said, according to a member of the audience.

The taping started late and Couric seemed tired, a second audience member, Patricia Edwards, told the Daily News.

“When Katie came out, she apologized and said, ‘I’m very sorry there was a delay.’”

Couric told the audience she had been awakened by a disturbing call. The phone would apparently call 911, sending police to her apartment. She would get an automatic call back to her apartment with an emergency operator on the line

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