I first heard the story way before the movie as a kid. The caller seemed like a regular misdialed call in his first call and he apologized for bothering her. Then he called back again in order to talk with the babysitter. This call wasn't threatening either, but it was more a guy who is a stranger talking to a younger girl who sounded nice. Maybe she was interested in his masculine voice and they chatted for a while, i.e. flirted. What became weird was the third call and he started to have a creepy, ominous tone as somehow he knew she was babysitting. She never told him that. Next call he knew more like the couples' name and some description of the house. Then he starts saying, "It's going to rain blood tonight; have you looked out the window?" And the overall tone was scary, so she hung up and called the police. It follows the movie and she's trying to keep him on the line, but after scaring her some more like telling her what room she's in and that it's a two-story house, he continues, "It's going to rain blood tonight, it's going to rain blood tonight, it's going to rain blood tonight." He goes on and on like that after saying more threatening things, so she ends up hanging up the phone due to fright. Then the phone rings again and she is scared out of her wits, but she picks it up and it's the policeman she talked with and he tells her that the call is coming from an upstairs number and to get out of the house. Sure, it scared the bleep out of us until someone else started another story about Mrs. Murphy and her ghost.