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Telepathic experience with a sociopath: ‘It was an absolute terror’

| January 25, 2015 | 4 Comments

Spath TalesEditor’s note: Lovefraud received the following story from a reader whom we’ll call “Clint.”

You have heard the story hundreds of times. I was a naive do-gooder with a new friend that i just could not figure out. Last night, he explained himself to me in way I would not have believed possible.

A little background on me: I am an engineer/scientist in my education and way of thinking. I do not believe anything that cannot be proven in a controlled experiment or supported by scientific data. I do not believe in magic, ghosts, ESP, UFO’s, voodoo, witchcraft, good & evil, etc. etc. That is until last night. I realize now that i should not dismiss things not fully understood.

Sunday Jan. 25: NBC Dateline tells how Mischele Lewis exposed bigamist con man Will Jordan

| January 24, 2015 | 4 Comments

Mischele Lewis and Will Jordan

Michele Lewis, left, and Will Jordan, attended friend’s wedding.

Lovefraud has been writing about William Allen Jordan for years — the guy who pretended to be a CIA agent, and then a British Defense Agency bodyguard, when in reality he was a con man.

He served prison time for swindling multiple women in the U.K., then returned to his home in New Jersey and starting swindling again.

But one of Jordan’s victims, Mischele Lewis, of Florence Township, New Jersey, turned the tables on him, and got him exposed, arrested and prosecuted.

This Sunday, January 25, at 7 p.m., NBC Dateline tells the story. Here’s a preview:

Childhood adversity and psychiatric disorders affect our cells

| January 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

New research suggests that cells can be affected, and the aging process accelerated, by childhood adversity or psychiatric disorders at any age.

“Stress exposure and psychiatirc conditions are associated with inflammation and health conditions like diabetes and heart disease,” said the study’s author, Audrey Tyrka, M.D., Ph.D., as reported by MedicalExpress.com.

Connection between childhood adversity and psychiatric disorders seen at cellular level, on Medical Express.com.

Thanks to the Lovefraud reader who recently posted this link in a comment.

She told me to give her money or stay out of our child’s life

| January 22, 2015 | 3 Comments

Spath TalesEditor’s note: The following story was submitted by a Lovefraud reader whom we’ll call “Sebastian.”

Dated a female sociopath over 3-4 years and have a child with her. The child is now over 2 years old.

She was held for 72-hour observation on average once every 3 months. Constant shoplifter, abused Rx medications, and would cheat on occasion.

The stealing and drug-use was accompanied by remarks, for example, “I stole cause you don’t give me enough money,” or “prescription medications are fine because doctors prescribe them,” and “I did it cause you didn’t pay enough attention to me.”

Woman accused of killing her 3 kids starves herself to death

| January 21, 2015 | 2 Comments

Blanchette children

The children of Sonia Blanchette, Lauelie, 5, Anais, 2, and Loic, 4, were found dead on Dec. 12, 2012.

Sonia Blanchette, of Quebec, Canada, apparently didn’t want to face trial for the murder of her three children, ages 5, 4 and 2. So she starved herself to death.

Blanchette had lost custody of the children in 2012. The court originally said she could see them every two weeks under professionally supervised visitation. A few months later, the court allowed the visits to be supervised by Blanchette’s mother.

During a visitation on Dec. 2, 2012, Blanchette asked her mother to leave. When the grandmother returned, the children were dead.

Latest trend: Hiring private investigators to check out your new love interest

| January 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last weekend the Wall Street Journal wrote about the booming new line of work for private investigators: Checking out potential romantic partners.

Word is finally getting out that online dating profiles can be full of lies, and many people use dating sites to find potential scam victims.

The WSJ article cites the case one divorced woman in her 50s who got a background search on her new boyfriend. It turned out that the guy had served a prison sentence for murder, which he neglected to tell the woman.

Web sends lovers flocking to private eyes to find out truth, on WSJ.com.

Psychopathy can run in families – a possible warning for you

| January 19, 2015 | 44 Comments

Tattooed hands of a criminal handcuffedLovefraud recently received the following request in an email:

My husband’s psychopathy was never diagnosed as far as I know, but some years after we married and her second suicide attempt that I knew of, he told me his mother had been diagnosed as a psychopathic manic depressive.

Maybe you could give your readers ‘a heads up and how to’ on finding out as much as possible about the in-laws’ medical conditions before marriage, better yet sound them out before becoming emotionally entangled?

This is a great suggestion, so thank you to this Lovefraud reader.

Why am I not trusting the love of my life? Part 4 of 4

| January 18, 2015 | 14 Comments

Spath TalesEditor’s note: Part 2 of a series submitted by a Lovefraud reader whom we’ll call “Laura-Marie.” Read Part 1Part 2 and Part 3. Names have been changed. 

My birthday, one year and one day after he moved in.

I asked if we could go out to celebrate, but he said we had no money.

No money? That had never stopped us for the entire year he had been there. I told him we did not need money to go out, we went out all the time with no money.

Why am I not trusting the love of my life? Part 3 of 4

| January 17, 2015 | 2 Comments

Spath TalesEditor’s note: Part 2 of a series submitted by a Lovefraud reader whom we’ll call “Laura-Marie.” Read Part 1 and Part 2. Names have been changed. 

He said he his parents were coming to California with another couple who were long-time friends. His brother was going too.

He would be gone for three days.

He took the Jaguar, but said he was parking it at the family’s home, as I didn’t it want it driven up the mountain.

I asked how his trip was when he got home, but he didn’t say much.

Why am I not trusting the love of my life? Part 2 of 4

| January 16, 2015 | 3 Comments

Spath Tales

Editor’s note: Part 2 of a series submitted by a Lovefraud reader whom we’ll call “Laura-Marie.” Read Part 1. Names have been changed. 

Hewas calling and texting a lot all day long. He said he was dealing with brokers to close these deals and some of them were overseas, so he had to be available, especially when the Asian markets opened.

He did a lot of the work in front of me with his laptop open as we sat on the couch and watched TV. He used Skype to speak to people.

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