Derek and Maria Broaddus bought a Dutch Colonial Revival home built in 1905 in Westfield, New Jersey, in June 2014 for $1.3 million. It was the house of his dreams.

They never moved and eventually sold the sprawling six-bedroom property at a loss of $500,000.

Shortly after buying it, the couple started getting creepy letters. Some threatened directly. Others made disturbing references to their children. They were all from a stalker who called himself “The Watcher”, who said he had been watching his house for almost a century.

The letters were disturbing.

“My grandfather watched over the house in the 1920s and my father watched over it in the 1960s. Now it’s my turn. Do you know the history of the house? Do you know what there is to inside the walls of 657 Boulevard? Why are you here? I’ll find out,” the first letter read.

Another read: “Years and years have passed since the young blood ruled the halls of the house. Have you yet found all the secrets within? Will the young blood play he in the basement? Or are they too afraid to go there alone? “

Long part of New Jersey urban legend and internet lore, the story of “The Watcher” made its streaming debut last year in a Netflix horror series starring Naomi Watts and more. , as well as Bobby Cannavale, the versatile actor born in the Garden State.

The first season of the seven-episode miniseries comes from “Dahmer Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” creators Ryan Murphy, also known for “American Horror Story” and “Glee,” and Ian Brennan, who wrote for ” Glee”. and co-created the Dahmer series.

Late last year, Netflix confirmed through their social media that there will be a second season of the series.

So what do we know about the show that drew throngs of fans to the sleepy New Jersey town of Westfield, sparking outrage among local residents?

Well, although we know there will be a second season, we don’t know when it will be released. We also don’t know if they’ve started recording any scenes yet.

It’s also unclear if there will be any changes to the cast.

Last year, Jennifer Coolidge said she wasn’t sure her character, real estate agent Karen, would return for season two, although she hoped she would, saying she “definitely will. if offered to her,” according to a report by

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