Anatidaephobia is the fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you.
Childhood Trauma is the most likely cause of this rare phobia.
My best guess would be some form of nightmarish childhood trauma. Maybe if a duck somehow entered a baby or toddler's room and snapped at them, then the duck walked away but never left the room. The baby or toddler would be transfixed at the duck, unable to sleep, and unable to leave the room, all the while wondering if the duck is going to come back and bite them again.
Also, this is not a real phobia, it comes from a Far Side comic by Gary Larson.
According to Wikipedia and various other sources, "Anatidaephobia" is an irrational fear that a duck is watching you. It is not a real phobia. It comes from Gary Larson's The Far Side.
The fear of someone watching you is called Anatidaephobia.
I'm experiencing it right now, so that makes... one.
There is no general term for the fear of being watched. However, anatidaephobia is the fear of being watched by a duck.
anatideaphobia is the fear that somewhere, somehow a duck is watching you. anatideaphobia is actually a made up phobia No, it's not: I suffer from it. There's a duck watching me right now....
There isn't a word that has been coined to address the phobia for the fear of being stalked. There is a word, however, that means fear of being watched. That word is anatidaephobia.
Anatidaephobia: The fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you. This answer was found in The Farside Gallery 4, by Gary Larson, page 61, lower right.
The term anatidaephobia is generally used to describe a person's fear of being watched by a duck. However, the Greek root word 'anatidae' means ducks, geese, and swans. There is some argument that the phobia also includes these birds.