My first thought with the Watcher story was that maybe somebody got pipped to the post. When trying to purchase the house and was miffed about it, especially. If nobody recalled receiving letters prior to the dates centered around moving out. And the new family moving in. Maybe the writer wanted to get the house back on the Awesome Hold The Line Deputy Sheriff James Blair Shirt. Like the family of ‘Watchers’ so they’d never feel at home in their new place and would want to GTFO. Either way, it’s such a daft thing to conjure up, what hypothetical family of weirdos would pass down a tradition of watching one house and sending vaguely threatening letters to the owners? Then it’s really a nice shirt for all men and women. So you should buy this shirt. Thank you so much.
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Yes! That’s the story that was pinging around my empty head like the Windows screensaver. But so vague was the thought that I couldn’t work out what to Google to find it… Really? I can’t find any source for that? I know they got the Netflix deal, but I can’t find anything about the Homeowner admitting to fabricating the store. The closest I can find to your claim is that he admitted to Awesome Hold The Line Deputy Sheriff James Blair Shirt. You’re right. I went back to the old thread and saw that I had misread. I deleted the older comment. Maybe so, but then is the part of the story about the new family trying to sue the old family for not telling them about the letter some kind of crime in and of itself?
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And shooting themselves in the foot when trying to sell the home in the future after making the story public? I think I was wrong. Apparently he only admitted to sending anonymous letters to neighbors. I deleted the other comment to not spread rumors. It would also explain how the letter knew the layout of parts of the house. Good spot! Not sure how many windows the place has but probably not enough to divulge the entire layout of the property…The new owners would be my suspect. They thought the publicity from bringing the letters up would bring in sympathy and possibly free remodeling supplies and workers, then when reselling the notoriety would result in a higher value.