According to government statistics, 1 in 6 women and 1 in 19 men will be stalked during their lifetime. Stalking is a crime of power and control that causes terror and destroys lives. Though most victims know their stalkers, the crime is even more unsettling when victims are pursued by people they may have never met. In this series of three one-hour specials, we talk to the victims, their families, and those most intimately involved in these disturbing stories of obsession. (Source: The Biography Channel)
In the first story a school teacher is stalked by her step son. Eventually she reports the harassment and he is jailed. She signs up for Victim Notification to let her know his whereabouts but is not informed when he is released and she is murdered the next day, In the next story a woman is stalked by her ex-boyfriend who installs cameras and even spyware on her computer to keep a track on her movements.