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“‘I don’t know if you have ever been the object of someone’s obsession – but if it’s not of your desire, it is horrific. It is truly awful.’Tippi Hedren

Technology now does seem to be everywhere you look.

Almost everybody, using all manner of devices seem to be plugged into and linked to the worldwide web as their primary means of communication.

Ordinarily that would cause no problems other than making people more insular, ironically becoming even less communicative to others around them in the real world.

Social networks are one of the most common online destinations, along with Forums, newsgroups and suchlike that enable people to ‘communicate’ with each other in an assumed ‘social’ setting.

Unfortunately, the internet is also becoming a haven for the type of people who, at one time, spent their evenings writing ‘poison pen’ letters, distributing leaflets to their neighbours and making malicious telephone calls and spurious complaints for their own entertainment.

These people have now wholeheartedly embraced the anonymity that the Internet affords, which means that anyone, who spends any time online, runs the risk of being targeted and stalked.

For the recipients however, the consequences can be heartbreakingly devastating, even fatal in some of the cases that have been seen recently.

That is why you should always take any instance of stalking and online harassment seriously.

It can happen to anyone of course, but it is more commonly used against women and vulnerable teenagers, as they usually spend the greater amounts of time online.

Apart from the stalkers themselves of course.

Stalkers are by their nature, obsessive.

They can spend up to twenty hours every day online.

They are life thieves.

They are faceless cowards.

They have a disturbing need to know everything about what you are doing, where you are going, the people you are with, even how you are feeling.

At all Times.

Any information posted online they can use against those they select as their targets, they will not hesitate to use.

The internet has made it very easy for people who are that way inclined, to spy not only on their chosen victims, but also get information about their friends and family.

If you want to stop or decrease incidences of online stalking, then you must stop feeding their obsession with you.

They are parasites who will feed upon the discomfort, misery, fear and distress they cause.

That is why it’s important to make changes to your online behaviour, becoming more cautious and being extra vigilant to ensure personal information is more difficult, if not impossible for the stalkers to obtain.

It then starves them of seeinģ any visual reaction from you and also denies them the attention they crave.

The most common tactics for stalkers and online bullies may include:

Monitoring you and your family/friends – Watching everything you post online, stealing photos, noting where you go, and who you go with etc.

Spyware – Remotely installing monitoring software on your mobile phone or computer, or even recording your conversations.

Sending texts, instant messages – Sending hurtful or threatening messages to you repeatedly.

Denigration – Sending, posting, or publishing malicious and false rumours and groundless accusations designed solely to damage your reputation.

Distribute photos or videos – Distributing photographs or videos online to embarrass or attempt to discredit you.

Exclusion – Contacting or inviting everyone to events or online meetings etc, but purposely excluding you (Assuming you are in, or was in real-life contact with them that is).

Flaming – Posting an abusive response to something you write so everyone can see it.

Outing – Repeatedly posting something embarrassing about you online.

Doxxing – Posting your personal details, home or work address inc phone numbers, even bank details have been posted.

Bombing – Distribution of handwritten or printed leaflets and posters about you in the area you live.

Threats and Dissemination – Threatening you and then delight in telling everyone.

Confidence tricks – Getting people to reveal information about themselves and then using against them, which is a type of blackmail.

Impersonation – Pretending to be a ‘victim’ of stalking or ‘bullying’ themselves, either openly online, or covertly, via email or direct messaging etc.

Spamming – Signing the victim up for junk email or adult material.

Trolling – Saying something offensive or inflammatory online in order to provoke you into a response.

Bullying by proxy – Getting others to join in, on social networks like Twitter or Facebook for example.

Under no circumstances is it advisable to engage with these people.

It is their intention to occupy as much of your time as possible.

They will see that as a victory.

Any response you make will be twisted in order to make them appear to others as the victim, it also gives them the perfect opportunity to report you to either the social network you use, or even the local police in your area.

Any or all of your online written reponses to them will be edited, or manipulated in some other way, then used against you in quite disturbing and bizarre ways.

No subject is off limits, and nothing is beneath some of these people.

They will target not only you, but your partner, your children, their schools, your friends and work collegues, any disabilities you may have and anything else they think you have any association with.

Thankfully, it’s now a criminal offence and fully punishable in law.


This is not going to be a comfortable read, but I hope that it will in some way, serve as a warning that sometimes, bad things happen to decent people and a guide to help others.
I would like to introduce you to a practice which is becoming all too common these days. It has increased dramatically as the use of the internet has become more widespread and a part of everyday life.
It has a name, it is relatively well-known and is possibly one of the most frightening things that can happen to you, outside of coming home from work to discover that your whole family, including your pets have been slaughtered.


What are Gangstalkers?

They could be considered as undercover agents to a degree. They may be hired by some unnamed, faceless ‘leader’ of some description to stalk a specific person or a specific type of person. Some sources assume that this ‘leader’ is usually involved with politics or a corporation of some description – essentially, the person in charge has to be someone with some perceived power, as well as, or simply, the obsessive need to screw up other people’s lives.

This person in power (or the person/company they represent) ‘recruits’ a small network of people who will carry out the actual stalking.

These people are most likely compensated for their time (who can’t be bought off these days?), or they’re chosen because they can be easily manipulated or brainwashed.

For example, whoever is in charge will hire specific people because they’re easily persuaded that they’re working (stalking) for the greater good of some organisation, or can even be persuaded that they are doing it for the good of their country.

Stalkers are also most likely chosen due to their own vulnerability, i.e, they yearn to be part of a group.

Of course, there are those who have nothing better to do, and those who are drawn to harassing others due to already having sociopathic tendencies.

The Gangstalkers Goal..

“The stalkers wish to drive the target insane & to get him forcibly taken to (and incarcerated in) a psychiatric institution. They wish to make the target become violent, so that he/she can be assaulted, arrested, and taken to jail. They wish to make the target suffer so much that he may kill him/herself. They wish to make the target become poor by making him/her lose their job and spend all their cash moving from place to place trying to escape from the stalkers. They wish to completely isolate the target, so they have no support from anywhere or anyone. Overall they wish to destroy the target emotionally, financially, socially, and physically.”

Who can be the targets?

The victims/targets can be chosen one of two ways:

1) They’re chosen at random.

2) They’re seen as an an enemy or potential threat to someone in power, or a threat to somebody who has something to hide.

The random victims are most likely chosen as ‘target practice’ for new stalkers, or just for the fun of it according to some sources.

What makes them an easy target is that they may be different somehow – whether they dress differently, are homosexual, are of the ‘wrong’ race or religion or are seen to deviate from what appears ‘normal’ to the stalkers.

Accordingly, these random targets are used also as a reminder to the stalking group about what can happen if they anger or try to leave the group- i.e. these stalker groups have an extreme cult mentality.

I have recently witnessed this on Twitter, where a group of stalkers immediately turned on a female member of the group who had dared to ask questions.

Targets can also be chosen as they’re seen as a threat in some way.

These can range from whistleblowers of all kinds, activists, people who used to be employed by a specific company and may have seen or heard something they shouldn’t have, or just innocent bystanders who were simply at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Allegedly, some organisations will hire people to stalk any of the above in order to silence them, but very often, the targets have no idea why they’re being harassed or what information they’re supposed to keep secret.

In my case, there were many seemingly unrelated but ‘negative’ events which occurred roughly within the same timeframe.

One of which was writing articles, and/or participating or commenting on Blog/Forum discussions and Social Media Conversations regarding certain subjects.

Once I realised this may have been a cause for the stalking, I also discovered several websites and blogs I had visited had disappeared from the internet, I deleted certain articles I had published to see what would happen.

The stalking continued.

UK law in these cases is non-existent, especially if you REALLY wish to speak your mind

(Sometimes, on such blogs as mentioned above, the people writing about such conspiracies and wrongdoings are actually connected to the same people doing these wrongdoings.

Which means, you really have to sift through information carefully because even if you’re just stating your opinion, people will either read your headline and ignore the content, or they’ll make you their next target).

Essentially these stalkers are hired for a specific purpose, or just select you at random to abuse you until you’re in the grave.

Doing so will harm you in ways often worse than physical damage, but of course, ’emotional’ or ‘invisible’ abuse leaves no visible trace.

Being gang-stalked is similar to street theatre – except all the actions and words are directly focused on you.

The stalkers want you to appear crazy to your family and friends, in the hope that eventually this perceived ‘craziness’ will drive your loved ones away from you

*You may also have to accept and be aware that sometimes the ones that aren’t driven away may be one of the stalkers themselves*

Stalkers want you to engage them in order to achieve another huge goal:


If your time is taken up trying to solve the mystery of why these things are happening to you, let alone seeing a psychiatrist or doctor due to all the stress/anxiety it’s causing you, the stalkers will consider this a victory, and they’ll continue tormenting you until you’re completely broke, isolated, and/or attempt suicide.

There have also been reports of mysterious ‘accidental deaths’ and ‘suicides’ occurring worldwide within the past few years, all of which may have been connected to Gangstalkers. (

(Although their initial aim is not to cause actual physical harm, as that leaves a trail, if you get someone isolated enough, let alone someone whom the world wouldn’t miss and thinks is crazy, then murder isn’t too big a step for these psychopaths to take).