Hodge was in her bedroom just after 8 a.m. Monday morning, when she heard a knock at her back door.
"I did not answer the knock then.They waited a few minutes and they knocked again and I got up out of bed," said Hodge.
Before she could get to the door, the burglars had forced their way inside.
"Then I heard a loud noise and I said it was somebody broken in my door," she continued.
The great-grandmother came face to face with two men dressed in black down her hallway.