This is a message for my Twitter followers in the main, and also for anyone else who might be interested, as I’m sure this has cost me more than a few followers and possibly adversely affects my blog, too.
I’ve been stalked, for some years, by a rabid psychopath whose name, I believe, is Fred Peacham (his Twitter name is “@FPeacham”) – whether or not this is his real name I can’t say, who is obsessed with me, and, I’m told, is posting a torrent of insane lies about me on Twitter.
Superficially, he appears quite sane, but a browse through his Twitterfeed will, I’m told, reveal the true depths of his insanity.
He’s blocked and muted on my Twitter feed (and I don’t read his deranged crap – no point in allowing him to make me angry, to the detriment of my health), so he now latches on to my followers instead, poisoning their minds in some cases. I’m sure he’s lost me more than a few but if they can’t see this fruitcake for the unhinged troll that he is, then maybe it’s no great loss.
Beware of this malign lunatic, you could be his next victim.
I’m considering locking my Twitter account. I don’t want to do that, but it would put another barrier between me and this frothing maniac, so it has its attractions, but so does the idea of being accessible to anyone who wants to contact me or follow me (actually, you can still do the latter, but it shuts down all casual contact with non-followers/followees.
And please, spare me any grief about me being hard on someone who is mentally ill – mental illness does not preclude the fact that, at heart, he is an evil, cowardly, fuckwit, who hides behind his keyboard and is too gutless to confront me personally.