Category Archives: Stalked: Someones Watching

ROMEO AND JULIET Now on the Road in Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s WillPower Tour

ROMEO AND JULIET Now on the Road in Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's WillPower Tour

From the page and to the stage, William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet launches Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s annual WillPower Tour which will perform for 50 schools across Pennsylvania and New Jersey through November 17.

Now in its 18th year, the WillPower Tour has served more than 174,000 students in 40 of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties as well as New Jersey and Delaware. The tour includes a professionally directed 80-minute production with set and costumes, trained actor-teachers, and quality curriculum through workshops and other sessions with the students.

“The live theatre experience is the perfect complement for educators and students when incorporated before, during, or after reading the text of Romeo and Juliet in the classroom,” says Jill Arington, PSF Education Director.

To enhance the experience educators receive a study guide designed to complement the classroom reading and to

Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/ROMEO-AND-JULIET-Now-on-the-Road-in-Pennsylvania-Shakespeare-Festivals-WillPower-Tour-20171012

Retelling A ‘Nightmare’

SHOW:

Home Alone

NETWORK:

Investigation Discovery

WHEN:

Thursday, Oct. 12, 10 p.m.

The Afton-based episode of Home Alone is the first of six in the series.

The series synopsis reads:

“When night falls and you’re the only one at home, the coziest of houses can transform into a sinister, unfamiliar labyrinth. A noise in the yard or a walk to the bathroom can send shivers down the spine, especially when you discover you aren’t actually home alone. In the nerve-wracking new series, Home Alone, a quiet suburban house becomes the setting for unimaginable horror. Highlighting stories of revengeful demons of the past who refuse to disappear, the victims find that the walls around them are no longer a safe sanctuary, but instead a place for fear and anxiety.”

Read more at: https://www.greenevillesun.com/news/local_news/retelling-a-nightmare/article_0f7db3fe-0e44-5345-ad95-4f8e2a6ab318.html

"He scrawled ‘Jill Dando’ on my fence:" Chilling details of stalker’s behaviour revealed by TV criminal psychologist …

Of the dozens of images of battered, bloodied and tortured victims of murderers and serial killers Kerry Daynes has seen, every single face has stuck in her memory.

The forensic psychologist has studied the lies told by killers and examined evidence from their victims, analysed the violence they have meted out on men, women and children.

But when she realised she had a stalker who was watching her, commenting on what she wore, knew her address and was trawling through her pictures, Kerry began to fear that she too could become one of those images.

Her fears reached their height when after years of harassment online by a man she didn’t know, as well as letters charging her £26,000 for his ‘research’ into her life, she went outside to find her cat was inexplicably dead on the ground and ‘ Jill Dando ‘ had been scrawled on her fence.

“I can

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/kerry-danes-stalker-jill-dando-11044752

Javi Marroquin from ‘Teen Mom 2’ now making money via Instagram

Javi Marroquin from “#Teen Mom 2” may not be filming the show as much as before because he is now divorced from Kailyn Lowry. Kailyn is one of the original “Teen Mom 2” stars and she is filming the show as she’s going through her third pregnancy by third man. While her storyline has completely changed over the past year, it sounds like Javi was left out in the cold when it comes to the show.

As fans of the show know, Javi is spending his time with his friends, trying to understand how his ex-wife got pregnant just one month after they finalized their divorce. Of course, Lowry has explained that she got pregnant because her doctors told her she couldn’t have any more children and if she wanted to have a baby, the time would be now.

Kailyn decided to pursue the pregnancy even though she

Read more at: http://us.blastingnews.com/showbiz-tv/2017/08/javi-marroquin-from-teen-mom-2-now-making-money-via-instagram-001914961.html

‘Love Connection’ – a magician, stalker, flaming hula-hoop dancer

THURSDAY NIGHT’S MUST-SEE: “Love Connection,” 9 p.m., Fox.

After lots of easy matches – bright-eyed young people, looking for love or lust — here’s a challenge: Ramona Singer is 60, famous (“Real Housewives of New York”) and coming off the angry end of a 23-year marriage. She’s also, her friend Andy Cohen says, “one of the most controlling people I know.”

Now Cohen – the show’s terrific host – hears reports from three guys she dated. One, 42, disparages her as too old and “looking like someone’s aunt”; the others are clearly smitten. The result – following an odd half-hour that includes a magician, a “stalker” and a flaming-hula-hoop dancer – is great fun.

THURSDAY NIGHT’S MUST-TRY: “Hooten The Lady” debut, 9 p.m., CW.

Hollywood has taught us the basics: English people

Read more at: http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/entertainment/television/2017/07/13/love-connection-magician-stalker-flaming-hula-hoop-dancer/103585662/

Television show asks if Sacramento man was unfairly convicted of killing his parents

Even as her nephew was taken away in shackles for the brutal 2008 double murder of his parents, Angela Amundson held out hope the police and district attorney had the wrong person.

Some five years after Matthew Riley was convinced of killing Steven and Linda Riley at their Natomas home, Amundson received new reason for hope in the form of retired homicide detective Chris Anderson and criminal defense attorney Melissa Lewkowicz.

Anderson and Lewkowicz re-investigate closed homicide cases in hopes of helping the wrongly convicted go free or helping their families move on by reaffirming the police’s findings in their show “Reasonable Doubt,” which is in its first season on Investigation Discovery. The episode about the Matthew Riley murder will air at 10 p.m. PST on Wednesday.

Click here to find the channel.

Read more at: http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/crime/article155766774.html

TV show asks if Sacramento man was unfairly convicted of killing his parents

Even as her nephew was taken away in shackles for the brutal 2008 double murder of his parents, Angela Amundson held out hope the police and district attorney had the wrong person.

Some five years after Matthew Riley was convinced of killing Steven and Linda Riley at their Natomas home, Amundson received new reason for hope in the form of retired homicide detective Chris Anderson and criminal defense attorney Melissa Lewkowicz.

Anderson and Lewkowicz re-investigate closed homicide cases in hopes of helping the wrongly convicted go free or helping their families move on by reaffirming the police’s findings in their show “Reasonable Doubt,” which is in its first season on Investigation Discovery. The episode about the Matthew Riley murder will air at 10 p.m. PST on Wednesday.

Click here to find the channel.

Read more at: http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/crime/article155766774.html

Five Reasons You Should be Watching Web of Lies on Investigation Discovery

Web of Lies on Investigation Discovery is a program that we recommend to people of all ages from all walks of life. The latest trends in communication lean towards the internet with more people relying on this media to meet new friends and potential life partners. The show is provocative and thought inspiring because it focuses upon crimes which are committed because of interactions on the web. While many have formed amazing relationships and connections over the internet, there is a danger inherent in this type of communication. Here are five reasons why you should be watching Web of Lies on ID.

1. It exposes the potential dangers of meeting strangers on the web

Contrary to popular belief, using the internet to make new acquaintances in many ways is not safer than meeting face to face. While it’s true that there is not an initial physical presence, it’s

Read more at: http://www.tvovermind.com/web-of-lies/five-reasons-watching-web-lies-investigation-discovery

INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY WELCOMES BACK NETWORK FAN-FAVORITE AND LEGENDARY HOMICIDE …

INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY WELCOMES BACK NETWORK FAN-FAVORITE AND LEGENDARY HOMICIDE DETECTIVE GARRY MCFADDEN FOR SECOND SEASON OF “I AM HOMICIDE”

–New Episodes of I AM HOMICIDE Air Tuesdays at 10/9c Starting on June 6–

(Silver Spring, Md.) -Investigation Discovery (ID), America’s leading destination for true crime programming, announced today the return of its hit series I AM HOMICIDE for an all-new season. Retired Charlotte Mecklenburg County detective Garry McFadden is an officer unlike any other. As one of America’s most dedicated detectives, he immerses himself on every street corner to protect and serve the community he has devoted his life to defending. Over his career, McFadden has solved nearly 700 homicide cases, resulting in a 90-percent success rate with the investigations he pursues. But he uses his street smarts, and

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Double-murder of Loretta Long and Patrick Pryor at Ohio State on ID’s Detective

Carlo Lamarr-Marquis Owens, who is spending life in prison for the murders

Carlo Lamarr-Marquis Owens, who is spending life in prison for the murders

Tonight’s installment of Detective on Investigation Discovery probes the double murder of a couple at Ohio State University in Columbus.

The episode, titled Campus Killer, pieces together the fateful night in January 1999 when Loretta Long and her boyfriend, Patrick Pryor, planned to watch a movie at her campus apartment.

A roommate later discovered their bloody bodies, which had been gunned down.

Police’s investigation of the killings apparently accelerated after they found out Loretta was being stalked.

Long, 21, and Pryor, 20, both died from multiple gunshot wounds. Police were initially baffled by the incident, as drugs didn’t appear to be involved and a motive wasn’t quickly established.

“This thing is just so incredibly horrific because it was so off the wall; it

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/double-murder-of-loretta-long-and-patrick-pryor-at-ohio-state-on-ids-detective/