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Also called: Obsessive Pursuit

There are many different forms of stalking. Most people think of stalkers as being a stranger person who follows your every move, leaving a victim terrified. Yet, many people fail to realize that telephone harassment, being followed when you're in your car, cyber stalking and even letters can be different forms of stalking.

The information on this page isn't meant to be all inclusive but only intended to provide more information through the links on this potentially violent problem.


Stalking - Wikipedia

American Bar Association

Criminal Justice Magazine

Stalking Victims Sanctuary

 Stalking FAQ | METRAC

Stalking is a Crime

from the Iowa Attorney General

Antistalking Website

End Stalking in America, Inc. (ESIA)


Stalking Resource Center

National Center for Victims of Crime

This page is not meant to be a substitute for any kind of professional help. It is merely put together by a survivor who has found much of this information helpful to her healing and offered as a possible help to others. If you feel you need a professional to speak with please contact your local rape crisis center or health care professional. I claim no responsibility for the use of this page, use of content, or content of any links leading from this page. This page is offered for support of other survivors, information, and education only.