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What The Real Scary Letters From ‘The Watcher’ Said – ‘Let The Party Begin’

Just in Time for Halloween, Ryan Murphy’s latest project, the watchman, is now available on Netflix.

The seven-part series is based on the true story of Maria and Derek Broaddus. In June 2014, the couple purchased their dream home at 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey, never to move into the property.

Just three days after buying the house, they received an anonymous letter signed by “The Watcher, who made them feel bad about moving to 657 Boulevard.

The Broaddus family received four letters and eventually sold their home in 2019, with The Watcher’s identity remaining unknown to this day.

At Netflix the observerNaomi Watts and Bobby Cannavale portray Nora and Dean Brannock, bringing the Broaddus family story to life.

Pleasemynews has a full overview of the contents of the real disturbing letters below.

One evening, after working on renovations to his new home at 657 Boulevard, Derek Broaddus checked the mailbox. Inside he found a letter addressed to the “new owner”, with no return address.

The letter began pleasantly by saying, “Dear new neighbor at 657 Boulevard,
Let me welcome you to the neighborhood.”

However, as he continued to read, the contents of the letter took on a sinister turn: “Do you know what lies within the walls of 657 Boulevard? and asking “Why are you here?”

The letter read: “657 Boulevard has been the subject of my family for decades and as it approaches its 110th birthday, I have been instructed to watch and await its second coming.

“My grandfather watched the house in the 1920s and my father in the 1960s. Now is my time. Do you know the history of the house? Do you know what is hidden within the walls of 657 boul.? Why are you here? I want to know.”

The Observer also gave details of the work at home and called Derek and Maria Broaddus’ three young children “young blood”.

“Do you need to fill the house with the young blood I asked for? Better for me. Was your old house too small for the growing family? Or was it out of greed to bring me your children? Once I know their names, I will call them and draw them too [sic] me,” the Observer wrote.

“There are hundreds and hundreds of cars passing through 657 Boulevard every day. Maybe I’m in one. Look at all the windows you can see from 657 Boulevard. Maybe I’m in a Look out of one of the many windows on 657 Boulevard at all the people walking by every day.Maybe I am one.

“Welcome my friends, welcome. Let the party begin.”

Two weeks after the Broaddus family received the first letter, they found another in the mailbox, asking if they had “found what’s in the walls?”

The letter read: “Welcome back to your new home at 657 Boulevard.

“The workers have been busy and I’ve watched you unload cargoes of your belongings. The dumpster is a good idea. Have they found what’s in the walls yet? In time they will .”

In the second letter, The Watcher shared details about the Broaddus’ three children, including details about their daughter, who was an avid artist. The fact that The Watcher spotted their daughter sketching in the enclosed porch suggested they may have been a neighbor.

The letter also seemed to suggest that the Broaddus children might be in danger: “If you were upstairs you would never hear them screaming.”

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