NJ family forced from dream home by sinister notes

It's a horror movie come to life: a New Jersey family forced out of their dream home after sinister notes are left at their doorstep.

The notes reading, "Do you need to fill the house with the young blood I requested?" and "I will call to them and draw them to me".

Now, the buyers are suing the previous owners.

The owners of the gorgeous home in Westfield, NJ bought it last year with high hopes.

But according to the complaint, they say they're getting scary letters from someone calling himself, "The Watcher", referring to their children as "young blood".

The owners are blaming the sellers saying they knew about "The Watcher" and didn't reveal it prior to the sale.

The story has struck a lot of nerves and is hitting national headlines.

But Horace Corbin, publisher of the Westfield Leader, says he thinks something else is going on, "Is there a secret person out there that's a nutcase? I don't think so."

Corbin added, "Let me ask you this, has anybody produced the letter? Was it sent by U.S. mail? Why aren't the real estate agents named in the lawsuit? That's your question."

Despite the uproar, The Westfield police chief has kept quiet.

The Mayor told the town council that an extensive investigation had been performed, but it didn't unveil any results.

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