I only discovered the term ” gang stalking” six months ago. Some of the recent sites were incredibly good – explaining for me a methodology behind the events which have happened to me that could have taken me years or never been able to work out for myself.
But as I researched I also discovered there were some excellent sites and comments written as long as ten years ago. Now I know it is a fact of internet life that the further back in time the posting the more likely that the site or the person managing the site will have abandoned it and moved on to other things. But once you are a Target the concensus is, you are a target for life, that is until you are dead, imprisoned on trumped up charges or incarcerated with fabricated accusations of mental illness. Logically there is no reason why anyone being targeted should stop posting. What bothers me is there is a consistent pattern emerging when I research sites going back a few years. The sites or the persona that I can identify as having the best insights into the gang stalking situation seem to have existed for a very short time being bring abandoned and other persona’s are untraceable. The sites/persona on the flakier end of the spectrum do not demonstrate such a high attrition rate.
What is noticeable is that the smart sites on gang stalking, where the author has outed him/herself seem to have a higher survival rate.
I would really like to know what happened to the authors of the discontinued sites.