I recently listened to an interview with the author of Chameleo, and it got me to thinking about the phenomenon of gang-stalking.
The term gang-stalking refers to "the intense, long-term, unconstitutional surveillance and harassment of a
person who has been designated as a target by someone associated with
America’s security industry" (link). When put in those terms, it doesn't sound so far-fetched. However, when one actually listens to the testimonies of the supposed victims, that's when things get a bit . . . weird (like allegations of government bureaucrats using cloaking technology to spy on a recovering drug addict). Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction, but some of this stuff is a bit much. Though, I am inclined to think that there is some truth buried underneath all the lies, exaggerations, and disinformation.