Thriller in real life

Thriller in real life

This story sounds like a classic horror movie plot, but for the Broadus family it turned out to be a reality.

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Spouses Broadus from Westfield (New Jersey) said that they could not stay in their dream home after receiving several creepy letters from an unknown person who calls himself an "Observer."

After that, Derek and Maria Broaddus filed a lawsuit in the civil court of Union County against the previous owners of the house. The couple claims that the former owners knew that they were selling the house “with a surprise”, and nevertheless did not warn them about the threats from the “Observer”.

According to the spouses, the “Observer” sent them three threatening letters to them and their three children last summer. According to court documents, the mysterious sender wrote: “Why are you here? I will know the answer to this question. ”

The first letter was received on June 5, 2014 - just three days after the family finally decided to purchase this house for $ 1.3 million.

“My grandfather watched this house in the 1920s, and my father watched him in the 1960s. Now it’s my turn, ”the letter said.

In a subsequent letter, the Observer of mystery only increased: “Did they really find what was preserved on the walls? In time, they will definitely find ... I would like to know your names and the name of the young blood you brought to me. ”

"Who occupied the bedrooms facing the street?" I will find out as soon as you live in this house, ”the letter continued. "I will find out who is sleeping where and then I can better plan my actions."

The family was so terrified of the ominous letters that she refused to move to her new home, located on 657 Boulevard Street in Westfield. The couple tried to sell the house, but it seemed that potential buyers were scared away.

They claim that the former owners knew about the threats and should have been aware that some unknown person was making strange claims to own their home.

According to the lawsuit, “the plaintiffs experienced daily stress, anxiety, and fear regarding what the“ Observer ”would do.”

The mayor of Westfield, Andy Skibitsky, considered their complaints at a public meeting held on Tuesday, where he said that the identity of the “Observer” has not yet been established.

“When the problem became known to the police a year ago, our department conducted an exhaustive investigation on the basis of factual circumstances and available evidence,- Mayor Skibitsky said in a statement. - Moreover, our Police Department has taken additional measures to resolve this issue, including consulting with the prosecutor’s office of Union County to make sure that we have done everything we can. Such efforts, however, did not allow the claim to be sent for additional consideration. ”

The Westfield police chief, David Weyman, confirmed that they had seen the letter, but did not find a single suspect, as was the case on Thursday afternoon.

“The case is awaiting a final court decision. But we continue to look for any clues in this story, ”said Weyman.

The Broaddus family claims damages for fraud and breach of contract.

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