Sunday, July 7, 2013 - Two Days After Putting Up This Website
Description of What We Saw Today On Our Walk
1. As we leave our home there was no Gang Stalking on Coral Drive, Campus Drive or Buena Hills as we go out our development – VERY RARE OCCURRENCE. 2. When we get to the Vista Way Italia Way intersection there is a man in a RED shirt in the only vehicle coming out of Italia Way. 3. There is a RED truck second in line at the El Camino Real/Vista Way Intersection on our right. 4. There is a RED car first at the intersection at Via Esmarca and Vista Way. 5. As the light turns and we go a RED car turns in front of us. 6. As we go into the mall where Staples is there is a man with RED sleeves on a bike near its entrance. 7. We come out of Staples. There is a Red car first at the intersection of Avocado Road and Vista Way. 8. A RED car passes in front of me as I approach the entrance of 78 West. The pattern is RED car at the entrance and then the exit of 78. 9. When we get off 78 – a RED car is first in line at the intersection there. 10. We go to McGee Park in Carlsbad for our walk today. On two instances there is repetitive beeping – one loud – one fainter as we walk. Gang Stalkers use repetitive beeping to harass. 11. There is a boy in the park with a RED shirt and RED hat. 12. As we walk on Beech Street he and another person come out of the park and walk a bit in front of us. 13. One of the homeless people in the park puts something RED over him. 14. A man with sunglasses hanging from a RED band around his neck comes into the park with a woman. When we are on Beech Street they walk out of the park onto Beech Street. 15. When we are on Garfield Street which borders the park two men come to sit at the bench on the corner – one has RED shorts. A bicyclist with a RED helmet passes in front of us. 16. Except for the people above there are very few people walking near the park. 17. There is one man sitting in front of It’s A Grind across from the park for a good part of our walk – he has a RED shirt. 18. When we get to the corner of Beech Avenue – one RED car comes from one direction of Beech Ave. another RED car comes from the other direction. 19. As we get to the Ebb Tide red cars pass by. 20. A RED truck passes by us when we get to the intersection of Cypress and Carlsbad Blvd. 21. A RED truck is parked at the corner of the Ebb Tide. As we get to the Military Academy the truck at the Ebb Tide leaves and passes us on the street. 22. As we walk in front of the Army and Navy Academy there is a couple walking toward us and a man in a RED shirt walking toward us who goes into the Army and Navy Academy – reads something in front of the Admissions Office – then comes out walks by us and goes into his car. 23. As we turn around and start walking back towards the park there is one person crossing the street with RED shorts. 24. As we turn onto Beech Street in walking back there is a surfer taking off his suit with RED in it. 25. As we go back to our car we see a RED truck parked near the house next to McGee Park. 26. We leave the park in our car. We see the man in RED in front of It’s A Grind is gone. 27. As we pull out onto Carlsbad Drive there is a RED truck in front of us. 28. At the corner of Carlsbad Village Drive and Carlsbad Blvd. there is a person in RED at the corner. A RED car passes in front of us. 29. On the way home the only person we see on El Camino Real is a man sitting on a bench with a RED hat. 30. A Red truck pulls beside us on El Camino Real. 31. When we reach Buena Hills and are about to pull into our development there is a man on the corner with something on with a very visible RED lining. 32. We go up Buena Hills to our house and the only other person on the street is a lady vacuuming the carpet from her car with a vacuum with a RED handle.
Today there was much less gang stalking on the road than usual.
I make no assertion that anyone I saw today is a GANG STALKER. I only try to show repetitive patterns that I see each day.
Police, Firemen, EMS, Ambulance Drivers, Security Guards Gang Stalk/MOB Ordinary Citizens With Our Radicalized Neighborhood Watch Groups (who use conspicuous surveillance/RED cars and trucks, RED bikes, RED strollers, wearing or carrying something RED).