The Impact of Stalking on Victims

Survivors of stalking and the surviving sister of Peggy Klinke describe how stalking changed and impacted every area of their lives, and the challenges of healing from the psychological aftermath of stalking. OutrageUs.org produced this 5-minute training and awareness video in collaboration with the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History (http://libraries.uky.edu/nunncenter). A discussion guide for this video can be found here (Discussion Guide – Impact of Stalking & Stalking Can Happen to Anyone)

Who Are Stalkers?

This short mini-documentary (2 ½ minutes) provides an overview on who stalkers are, how they operate and how they rationalize their behavior.  OutrageUs.org produced this training and awareness video, featuring the voices of stalking survivors and criminal justice professionals, in collaboration with the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History (http://libraries.uky.edu/nunncenter). More videos on domestic violence, dating abuse, stalking and survivors can be found at http://www.outrageus.org.

Stalking Can Happen to Anyone

Three survivors of stalking, dating abuse, sexual assault and intimate partner violence describe the insidious nature and progression of coercive control and abuse in their relationships, and the challenges they encountered as they tried to survive and break free from their abusive partners.  Debbie Riddle speaks on behalf of her sister, Peggy Klinke, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend/stalker.  This 8-minute video, produced by OutrageUs.org in collaboration with the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History (http://libraries.uky.edu/nunncenter), ends with hope as one of the survivors recounts how she healed and moved on with her life. More videos on domestic violence, dating abuse, stalking and survivors can be found at http://www.outrageus.org. A discussion guide for this video can be found here (Discussion Guide – Impact of Stalking & Stalking Can Happen to Anyone)