What if someone was after you? What if he would do anything to find you.
And, if he found you….
Stacy Green, author of Into the Dark (coming in November) tells us about stalkers…:
What would you do if you had a stalker and the police wouldn’t–or couldn’t–help? What if your stalker stayed one step ahead of them, like the Taker in my debut novel, Into The Dark? He knows the city, knows how to navigate the Vegas storm drains, knows how to lead a double life. He’s smart, streetwise, and heavy on charm. His victim, Emilie, is back on her heels from the very beginning of the book. He’s a faceless, nameless entity, and she’s terrified.
But what if you knew your stalker? What if he (or she–women stalk too) was an ex who refused to give up…?
…and shows us how to disappear:
First up, find every bit of information about yourself and do your best to change it or destroy it. This means calling utilities companies and leaving bogus information, whether it’s a false address or deleting an account all together. It involves some serious lying, but it’s crucial to wipe out as much information as possible. It means removing your name from Google, from Yahoo, from phonebooks, warranties off electronics and accounts at stores, including the grocery, library cards. You get the picture.
Read the rest at Stacy’s Thriller Thursday: What If You Had to Disappear?
What would you do if you had a dangerous stalker? Could you disappear? With all the information on the internet and the way that information is growing, is it really possible to disappear completely? Is it going to get harder to disappear in the future or will our online use actually make it easier (for those with the right tech skills)?