Tagged: dawn gordon

How to be a successful stalker - Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings

Brendan Moyle Oct 28, 2011

Disclaimer: the following is intended as black humour, not encouragement to be a stalker. If you have stalker tendencies you need help. Seriously. The voices aren’t your friend. — When we look at the careers of two recent prolific cyberstalkers (David Mabus and Dawn Gordon), we can see that they have managed to convert this skill into an occupation that … Read More

Tonight’s sallies from cuckoo-land - Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings

Brendan Moyle Sep 22, 2011

Some more missives from Dawn’s tumblr blog.  Many of the key-phrases she uses are commonly applied to me. It’s  likely she’s found some other poor sod on tumblr she thinks is a front of mine. Some attempts at suasion going on to abandon my “covert, cryptic life” sic.  Which is that I’m not really a married, very busy conservationist and … Read More

You can’t keep the crazy down - Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings

Brendan Moyle Sep 19, 2011

Readers with long attention-spans will know that I acquired a female stalker (Dawn Gordon) last year. The depth and strength of her attachment has been sustained. Unlike the notorious David Mabus (who demonstrated that in Canada, you apparently have a license to threaten scientists and skeptics with death for years; but not if you issue that same threat against … Read More

A glimpse into the insanity files - Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings

Brendan Moyle Oct 13, 2010

To reinforce the idea that a stalker is not some infatuated, pining soul, here’s some excerpts from just the week I was in China.  The person concerned here received prophetic dreams from God, which gives some context to the religious elements to these messages. At this point I had not communicated to the person for almost 2 months.  The theory … Read More

What not to say to someone who is being stalked - Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings

Brendan Moyle Oct 12, 2010

As this issue grinds on, weeks on, I have developed some strong feelings as to what not to say to someone in this position 🙂 The first, is don’t say that you must be flattered at this attention. Stalkers aren’t motivated by some mild infatuation. It’s an obsession. And it’s one that is based on an imagined and fantastical belief. Read More