The Terrifying True Story Behind Netflix's "The Watcher"

A couple's fantasy home turns into a completely bad dream in Netflix's The Watcher.

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 The restricted series, from maker Ryan Murphy, is based on a true story that is almost too shocking to even consider accepting.

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In the series, streaming now, Senior member and Nora Brannock move to an unspoiled New Jersey neighborhood where they assume their kids will be cased from the evils of the world.

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 Be that as it may, these prosperous suburbs conceal something sinister. Shortly in the wake of settling into their new home, several starts getting compromising letters from someone referring to themselves as "The Watcher."

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This unwanted penpal begins to threaten the family in ways that should encourage any American Harrowing tale fan at home.

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The Watcher, which also stars Jennifer Coolidge and Rosemary Child's Mia Farrow, gives AHS: Murder House a run for its cash by taking in excess of a couple of liberties with the shockingly true story on which it's based.

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The Brannocks seen in The Watcher are based on the genuine couple Derek and Maria Broaddus.

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Three days after the couple closed on their Westfield, New Jersey home in June 2014, they accepted their first letter from a person known as "The Watcher."

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The white envelope with large block letters was addressed to "the new proprietor" of the six-room, three-and-a-half-restroom estate that was worked in 1905.

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 Inside was a composed note that started cheerfully enough, as indicated by the 2018 New York Magazine story that inspired the Netflix series: "Dearest new neighbor at 657 Street, permit me to invite you to the area."

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