Do we have legal grounds or a case if certain facts were not disclosed about the house that we bought?

Question Details: My husband and I bought a house 3 months ago. Then last month, an episode of a TV program aired our house as a haunted house. We had no clue whatsoever from the seller, agent, previous owners or TV network that our new home would be broadcasted on TV, nonetheless haunted. Now people are posting pictures of our house on FB, our address and driving by spotlighting our property. We have called the sherrif to our property, I receive comments online, at work and in town. The matter has affected our privacy. The house is on 4 gated acres, down a dead end dirt road. We should not have this type of problem. Do we have any kind if case for negligence, non-disclosure, fiduciary duty etc.?

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