**police warning**
Tinker Bell

Gilbert, WV

#1 Nov 17, 2008
State police warning for online: Please read this "very carefully"....then send it out to all the people online that you know. Something like this is nothing to be taken casually; this is something you DO want to pay attention to.
If a person with the screen-name of DreamWeaverGrey contacts you, do not reply. DO not talk to this person; do not answer any of whispers or requests for private chat in Pogo. Whoever this person may be, he/she is a suspect for murder in the death of 56 women (so far) contacted through the Internet.
Please send this to all the women on your buddy list and ask them to pass this on, as well. This screen-name has also been seen on Yahoo, AOL, AIM, and Excite so far.
This is not a joke! Please send this to men too...just in case! Send to everyone you know! Ladies, this is serious.
Faulkner Education/Information Specialist
Roanoke Fire-EMS
541 Luck Avenue, Suite 120 Roanoke, VA 24016


Auburn, AL

#2 Nov 22, 2008
According to this bogus "State Police Warning" a person named Mike Conalley is using the Internet screen name "M.O.B" to contact women who he subsequently attacks and murders. However, the "warning" is just one more in a long line of similar hoax messages that use different screen names.
Although the "warning" claims that "Mike Conalley" is operating out of the US state of Illinois, there is no information about the crimes described on the Illinois State Police website. Nor are there any news reports about the supposed crimes from Illinois or elsewhere.
From time to time someone changes a few details in one of the messages and substitutes a new screen name before sending on the revised version. These revisions may be intended as pranks or be vindictive attempts to discredit the people named in the messages. Either way, the warnings are false and should not be forwarded. Another widely circulated variant uses the screen name "Monkeyman935".
This Illinois based version and several others are falsely attributed to Jennifer S. Faulkner. Faulkner's supposed location and contact details vary. This version claims that she is located in Bloomington/Normal Illinois. Other versions list her as a staff member of the Fire-EMS in Roanoke, Virginia. Although Jennifer S. Faulkner apparently did work for Roanoke Fire-EMS, she has denied responsibility for the message:
It seems as if this e-mail you are referring to has been forwarded many times with our contact information at the bottom. The information did not originate from and is not, in any way, affiliated with this department.
As stated, this version of the "warning" is totally unfounded and should not be sent onward. However, the original version, which warned of a person using the screen name "Slavemaster", apparently began circulation as a result of real crimes committed by serial killer John E. Robinson. After a lengthy history of violence and murder, Robinson was finally arrested in 2000. He was charged in relation to the murders of several women, some of whom he met via Internet chat rooms. Robinson, going by the nickname "Slavemaster", used the Internet to entice women into participating in sadomasochistic relationships, several of which ended in homicide.
However, even the original version distorted the truth and very quickly became redundant. Perhaps the message may have had some value as a warning for a short time when it first began circulating back at the turn of the century. However, as soon as Robinson was apprehended, the warning became just one more piece of Internet flotsam. Unfortunately, garbled versions of the warning continue to circulate years after Robinson's arrest.
These bogus warnings spread misinformation and cause unnecessary fear and alarm. They may also unfairly malign innocent people who have had their name and screen name plugged into versions of the hoax message without their knowledge or permission.

Since: Oct 08

United States

#3 Nov 22, 2008
check snopes.com to see if this is a hoax.
what cha talkin about

Charleston, WV

#4 Nov 28, 2008
snopes.com is a man and wife team that's suppose to research this stuff but a few weeks ago they were found to be just two people that has fooled everyone into believing they know what they're talkin about..so in order to prove something you need to find some other place besides snopes..

United States

#5 Nov 29, 2008
what cha talkin about wrote:
snopes.com is a man and wife team that's suppose to research this stuff but a few weeks ago they were found to be just two people that has fooled everyone into believing they know what they're talkin about..so in order to prove something you need to find some other place besides snopes..
You are a complete joke! Better watch or the bogey man will get you too. LMAO

United States

#6 Nov 29, 2008
Here is the truth about snopes:

Marty Sullivan

Boxford, MA

#7 Nov 4, 2011
okokokokokok people i think it was the humpty dumpty Wait scratch that look on youtube.com and look up peoples court dog bitten. those crazy people are my neibors

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