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(p. 105) On Public Figure Howlers 

(p. 105) On Public Figure Howlers
(p. 105) On Public Figure Howlers

Frederick S. Calhoun

and Stephen W. Weston

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date: 18 January 2019

This chapter discusses stalkers who threaten and frighten with words, or expresssome unrequited emotional attachment, but never follow through with any actions (referred to as 'howlers', as opposed to 'hunters'). It includes impersonally sinister howlers, impersonally binding howlers, what howlers want, and distinguishing hunters from howlers.

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