A New Jersey couple who claims they were scared away from their home by creepy letters signed as being from 'The Watcher' say another note has been delivered.
The letter arrived in late February, a few weeks after a tenant rented and moved into the Westfield home.
It's the fourth letter the couple has received from 'The Watcher,' who claims he is the rightful owner of the home the couple bought for nearly $1.4 million in 2014.
The couple's lawyer says the letter contained specific threats and was 'more derogatory and sinister than any of the previous letters.'
In one of the previous letters, the stalker asked whether the new family brought him the 'young blood' that he requested.
He also explained in the letter, 'My grandfather watched the house in the 1920s and my father watched in the 1960s.
It is now my time; Why are you here? I will find out; Now that they have it to flaunt it, they pay the price…' Police have investigated, but have not been able to figure out who is writing the letters.
The couple has young children and refused to move into the home, but they have not been able to sell it.
They sued the previous owners, claiming that they should have told them they’d received a letter from 'The Watcher.'
That family has countersued, stating that the letter they received was not threatening and that they have been defamed.