Netflix's The Watcher Real Truth: What Really Happened

Web series The Watcher has been released on streaming service Netflix.

Its story is based on a hunter, which is a true incident.

The hunter uses doleful letters to terrorize the owners of a home in New Jersey.

The story of this web series is a bit dramatic from the truth, so we will discuss in detail about what really happened.

A house was built in 1905 at 657 Boulevard, a small suburban town in Westfield, New Jersey.

Spread over 3,869 square feet, the home was a single-style, Dutch Colonial home with four bathrooms and six bedrooms.

When Maria Broaddus and Derek bought the house in 2014 for $1.4 million, they started receiving creepy letters from The Watcher.

The unknown harasser told that this house was a subject of passion for his family members. After the death of his father, he was put to look after the house.

And so begins the mystery of The Watcher's identity in the story.

Floy Bakes and Seth sell this house on November 29, 1990, to Andrea Woods and John for $370K, following which Woods receive a letter from The Watcher on May 26, 2014.

In this letter, The Watcher thanks him for taking care of the house. Woods tells Broaddusses that the letter they received was more strange than a threat.

Then Broadusses bought this house on June 2, 2014 for about $1.35 M, after which they also received their first letter on June 4, 2014.