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“Am I going crazy or am I being watched?” Inside the disturbing world of online gangstalking
Jenny’s story is not linear, the way we like stories. She was born in Baltimore in 1975 and had a happy, healthy childhood — her younger brother Danny fondly recalled the treasure hunts she would stage. In her teens, she suffered from anorexia and depression and was hospitalized for a month. Despite her difficulties, she graduated from high school and was accepted into a prestigious liberal arts college.
There, things went downhill again. Among other problems, chronic fatigue caused her to drop out of school. When she was 25, she overturned that vehicle on Florida’s Sunshine Skyway Bridge in an apparent suicide attempt. At the age of 30, after experiencing delusions that she was pregnant, she was diagnosed with schizophrenia. She was hospitalized for half a year and began treatment, regularly receiving antipsychotic injections. Danny said: “It was like my sister coming back again.
On July 17, 2017, Jenny jumped from the tenth floor of a garage at Tampa International Airport. After her death, her family searched her hotel room and apartment, but the 42-year-old man did not leave a message. Danny said: “We wanted to find out why she did this. And so, a week after his sister’s death, Danny – a certified ethical hacker – decided to search for answers on Jenny’s computer. He discovered she had subscribed to hundreds of gangstalking groups on Facebook, Twitter and Reddit; online communities where self-described “targeted individuals” say they are being tracked, harassed, and monitored by governments and other organizations 24/7 — and the internet legitimizes them. Read full story.