The Watcher quickly became the top series on Netflix in its debut, dethroning Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story from its perch. Both of these Ryan Murphy productions have attracted a lot of attention, for both good and bad reasons.
For The WatcherUnfortunately, but not unexpectedly, the episode has had a negative effect on the current owners the home that is featured in the series. The original story featured the same owners, but the Netflix series shows that they had more trouble due to the mysterious notes in their mailbox. The current owners have some problems. “living a nightmare,”According to the New York Post.
According to the outlet: “parade of gawkers”The owners seem to be experiencing a lot of disruption in their day because the evil spirits have come to their home. The Post visited earlier this weekWitnessing a woman leaving her home and moving a Westfield Police barricade back to their vehicle,
The home was decorated with Halloween decorations, but the police barricades and no-trespassing signs tell a story of too many people visiting the house due to the creepy miniseries. People made trips to the home to take photos or find out if the stories from the mini-series were true, often using lunch breaks or other excuses.
“You don’t know if it’s real or not. You don’t know what to believe,”Victoria Bas, 16, told the outlet. “A lot of kids and teachers are talking about it. I hear about it in my history class and in the hallways.”
All of them share something in common with The Watcher, who was nicknamed The Watcher because of the creepy letters that they left behind in 2014. The letters were signed, much like other creepy correspondence like Zodiac and Son of Sam. “The Watcher” They seemed fixed on their home.
“Do you need to fill the house with the young blood I requested? Once I know their names I will call to them and draw them too (sic) me,”One of the notes was read. “657 Boulevard has been the subject of my family for decades now and as it approaches its 110th birthday, I have been put in charge of watching and waiting for its second coming. My grandfather watched the house in the 1920s and my father watched in the 1960s. It is now my time. Do you know the history of the house? Do you know what lies within the walls of 657 Boulevard? Why are you here? I will find out,”Another added.
They were able to stop Derek and Maria Broaddus moving in to the house in 2014. The note was enough to allow them to sell it in 2019 for just $1 million. No “Watcher”The Westfield police never found the letter. Although a lot of the mini-series was fiction, the letters were very real. Watchers are currently outside the home, snapping photos and hoping to get a creepy encounter.