Is it doing enough? This was the first and only indication that something was wrong. But his host had a great rating on the home-sharing site, and many of the comments mentioned how friendly and accommodating he was. At about 8 or 9 p.
You can see all seven of them smiling up at the webcam in this 1 April Facebook post from Nealie Barker. That photo came from a camera camouflaged to look like a smoke alarm. The Barker family only discovered it was actually a spycam because, as Nealie told CNN , her husband, Andrew Barker, routinely runs scans of networks when they check into lodgings and sign on to the Wi-Fi networks. Nealie says that their first impulse was to call Airbnb. Talk about unhelpful. CNN quoted her: