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Man who kept girlfriend in wooden box now wanted for killing her

| May 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

James Barton Horn Jr.

James Barton Horn Jr.

James Barton Horn Jr., of Sedalia, Missouri, is suspected in the murder of his girlfriend, Sandra Sutton, 46, and her son, Zacharay Wade Sutton, 17, who were found dead Thursday morning.

Horn had kept Sandra locked inside a wooden box in the home they shared, until she escaped on April 30. She had been staying with relatives.

Horn is at large and is considered to be extremely dangerous, according to police.

Suspect not found in Sedalia search after woman held captive in box is slain along with her son, on KansasCity.com.

How to tell wicked sociopaths from ordinary sinners

| May 22, 2015 | 5 Comments

Outraged blonde woman  with arms crossed on white backgroundQuite a few people have been sending Lovefraud information lately on the religious and spiritual aspects of an experience with a sociopath. Here’s another link suggested by a Lovefraud reader.

5 Indicators of an evil and wicked heart, on Crosswalk.com.

The article is directed towards Christian counselors, to help them discern between people who have a truly evil heart, rather than an ordinary sinful heart. Read the article, and you’ll see that those with evil hearts are clearly sociopaths.

The author also identifies one of the key reasons why we don’t “see” evil: “We find it so difficult to believe that evil individuals actually exist.”

The Universe Wants You To Be With Your Psychopath – Is It True?

| May 21, 2015 | 10 Comments

Editor’s note: The following article refers to spiritual concepts. Please read Lovefraud’s statement on Spiritual Recovery.

By Jade Joddle

For those of us who are spiritually awakening or who have a well-developed third eye chakra, the experience of falling in love is a catalyst for peak spiritual experiences. This means that when falling in love, incredible, magical experiences may occur between oneself and one’s lover. Since such experiences are so out of this world, a person experiencing the strange phenomena may then search for meaning in them and conclude that the universe has united them with their partner because their relationship is ‘cosmically meant to be’.


LETTER TO LOVEFRAUD: He wanted to drive her car, but didn’t want their child

| May 20, 2015 | 4 Comments

Editor’s note: Lovefraud received the following story from a reader who posts as “ifiwereabird29.”

I met him in 2009 at my job. He asked me for my number and his wit and funny personality won me over. The first night we talked, we talked for 6 hours straight. I was completely mesmerized. At the end of conversing, he stated, “You and I will be dealing with each other for a long time.” I was elated. I had graduated from college two years prior and I was certainly ready for love. I wasn’t the girl who guys often pursued so when he pursued me, I was wide open!

Donna Andersen on the Straight Wives radio show

| May 18, 2015 | 24 Comments

DAndersen_smile_headshot_140x140I’ll be the guest on Bonnie Kaye’s Straight Wives of Gay Men radio show tonight on Blog Talk Radio.

For years, Bonnie Kaye has been helping women who discover their husbands are gay. Some of the men are legitimately gay who hadn’t come to terms with it. But many of the men are actually sociopaths who are always looking for sexual excitement and will use anyone to get it — male or female.

We’ll be talking about sociopaths don’t change, so there’s no use in trying to change them. We’ll also be discussing how they convince you that the problem is you — not them!

After 6 months of No Contact, the sociopath wants to begin again

| May 18, 2015 | 18 Comments

Pensive Woman In Sweater Sitting On FloorBack in November, I received email from a Lovefraud reader whom we’ll call “Alana.” Here is the exchange:

Alana wrote:

Donna, I came across ur website accidentally after I left a guy and was searching for some answers on whether he was abusive, I was left totally confused.

‘Magnetic first gaze’ — a poem about my experience with a sociopath

| May 16, 2015 | 2 Comments

Editor’s note: A Lovefraud reader, Ashley K, sends the following:

I recently went through an awful experience with a man who I truly believed was trying to be my friend.

A few months ago I woke up to what his true intentions were when his actions weren’t matching up with his words and he initiated a discussion with me regarding developing romantic feelings for me. I was targeted by a man who I strongly believe is sociopathic.

After 3 trials, Cameron Brown finally convicted of murder for throwing 4-year-old daughter off a cliff

| May 15, 2015 | 3 Comments

Cameron Brown and daughter

Cameron Brown, left, and his daughter, Laren Sarene Key.

Cameron Brown didn’t want his daughter, didn’t want to pay child support and hated the girl’s mother. So he threw little Lauren Sarene Key, age 4, off a cliff in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

Brown was convicted of first-degree murder in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday. It was the third time he stood trial for the crime, which happened in November 2000. Two previous juries deadlocked over whether he committed murder or manslaughter.

With her intense rage, lack of remorse and hate, she seems “possessed”

| May 14, 2015 | 6 Comments

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

My wife peed in my drinking water then turned down the lights and then laughed after I drank one gulp.

She spent the night with a lesbian lover the night my grandmother died.

Please help Lovefraud teach students to spot and avoid sociopaths

| May 13, 2015 | 6 Comments

teenage girlWhen an adult becomes romantically involved with a sociopath, the experience is awful.

When young people become romantically involved with sociopaths, it’s usually far worse.

When I did the research for my book, Red Flags of Love Fraud, I collected data through an online survey. More than 1,300 people completed the survey about their experiences with people who they now believe are sociopaths.

The results were shocking: On almost every measure, people who said they became involved with sociopaths between the ages of 14-29 suffered more than those who met the sociopaths when they were over the age of 30.

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