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  • Spooky New Jersey house ‘Watcher’ analyzed by criminologists: ‘It makes them feel powerful. They get a thrill from it’

    New York Daily News - 06/29/2015

    “This very well could be someone who’s enjoying the impact they’re having by terrifying strangers,” James Alan Fox, an interim dean of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University in Boston, told NJ Advance Media. “It makes them feel powerful. They get a thrill from it.”

    No other neighbors have reported issues, so whoever the watcher is, he or she has it in for the specific home, located along Boulevard in the tony town. The person has referred to something unknown living in the walls and has asked for the family “to bring me young blood.”

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