Hi Phil, welcome to Permies!
Sorry to hear about the challenges you're facing. Here are my thoughts.
Phill Johnston wrote:
so heres my questions?....should i call him back and tell him something,?
My advice is to notify them to direct all communication to you in writing through the mail. Discussing matters over the phone can become a "he said, she said" conundrum and pretty much amounts to hearsay. Having all communication done via mail with everything in writing, you'll be prepared in the unlikely event you were to be summoned to court, and you'll have proof of what's been going on. This will also really slow things down to a snails pace, allowing time for you to formulate any response, if needed.
2. what if someone complains again on me not doing anything to anyone btw? Whats the next thing?
I wouldn't worry about it. Speculating what may or may not happen in the future can eat at a persons mental well being. I suggest just crossing this bridge if you ever get to it.
3. If i give him info will he be happy will this be the end of that?
I think it's impossible to forecast how someone will receive your info. Again, I would sit back and do nothing aside from waiting for official mail. You are the rightful land owner.
4.Will the sherif get involved cant i camp on my own land,?
I don't know if the Sheriff will "get involved", but this person or a deputy may pay a visit, but I doubt it. I think that law enforcement is required to respond and pay a visit if someone complains, though they will likely do nothing. I don't think they can legally ignore complaints, no matter how ridiculous they are. I'm pretty sure that land owners in America can camp out on their own land.
5.the whole idea was to get the hell away from everything and everyone and have my own peace and privacy but seems hard to do when others are hell bent on tearing your life apart for no reason known to us. We Really are peaceful caring people that stay to themselves. What ground do I have to stand on folks making it seem like we dont have any rights.
I'll second advice others have mentioned, and familiarize yourself with what your legal rights are. I'll also ditto what Leigh and Eric said about connecting with the neighbors. Perhaps bake them a loaf of bread or some muffins and come bearing gifts. Simple kindness is incredibly powerful.