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(p. 83) Homicidal Celebrity Stalkers: Dangerous Obsessions With Nonpolitical Public Figures 

(p. 83) Homicidal Celebrity Stalkers: Dangerous Obsessions With Nonpolitical Public Figures
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(p. 83) Homicidal Celebrity Stalkers: Dangerous Obsessions With Nonpolitical Public Figures
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Louis B. Schlesinger

and V. Blair Mesa

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195326383.003.0004
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date: 21 October 2018

This chapter discusses cases of homicidal celebrity stalkers, including those where the stalker killed or attempted to kill the celebrity, displaced violence towards individuals directly connected to the celebrity, displaced violence towards individuals totally unconnected to the celebrity, cases where the stalker threatened, attempted, or committed suicide, demographic and behavioral patterns, and case studies.

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