0:03 The woman who had been stalking me in the store. The purpose was surveillance, so there was only one thing to shop for.
0:08 The driver stopped the car and monitored my actions. The man in the passenger seat bent over and pretended to hide his face.
0:13 It’s been 133 days since August 29th and the house is still not finished.
0:20 Today’s construction site #2.
0:28 Today’s construction site #3.
0:33 Today’s construction site #4. New scaffolding had been erected.
0:44 Two pairs of strangers, a man and a woman, passed by.
0:54 A man by the name of N. comes to my house and holds his dog in his arms.
The dog was not very good at walking, and I felt sorry for him.
1:12 An unfamiliar car slowed down in front of the house.
Group stalking is the harassment of a large number of people by following, monitoring, and stalking them, and it is said that a certain religious group is the main force behind this.
It has been publicized in books written by former members of the cult, as well as in the campaign speeches of political party representatives who claim to have heard about it from cult members.
On the Internet, we can see posts by the perpetrators saying that the victims are suffering from a certain mental illness, but it is unnatural for them to take the trouble to deny the existence of group stalking, saying that it is a delusion.
The victims are tormented by large-scale harassment, including small plays called “street theater” by residents and workers, scaffolding and helicopters to generate noise, and electromagnetic attacks.