Paul Ghysels, a Vietnam veteran and former firefighter, moved into his wife’s old family home in Berkeley, California, which is now sandwiched between two fraternity houses. Ghysels has installed more than $60,000 worth of surveillance gear to record the debauchery that takes place around his home. He has footage of “half-naked women, public urination and other lewd and aggressive behavior.”
Ghysels said “some of his fraternity neighbors began to break into his house, throw pieces of furniture on his roof, vomit and defecate near his property line, even leave him death threats on his answering machine.” Ghysels’ original lawsuit was dismissed but he has appealed and refiled the lawsuit. He tells ABC’s 20/20 his side of the story Friday, January 2 at 10pm.