Do You Ever Feel Like You’re Being Followed?

I feel eyes upon me!

Being Followed?

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel like I’m being followed both online and off. The offline experience of being stalked hasn’t happened for a while because I’ve only been outside one time in more than 100 days. I’m talking about the Coronavirus Lockdown of course.

Real Life Documystery

But since being inside so much and turning to my laptop as my entertainment and work center, most of this creepy being “under someone’s eyes” sensibility is technologically based. In point of fact, I have proof of some of the surveillance, other times it’s just a gut emotion. I’m not going to get into detail about all of this but my existence has become a real life documystery.


I haven’t been documenting this documystery near enough, but I have started doing so now. Remember: “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you!”

DocuMystery Can Be Manic Media

Can’t Get Enough

There are a lot of people who are hooked on documysteries and can’t get enough. They have available to them all different kinds of media through which to pursue that which makes them manic: a love for the merging of mysteries with documentaries.


Have you ever noticed that in Netflix there is the tracking of the kind of programing you like and they present you with titles that hopefully match your taste? Netflix thinks I like mystery/thrillers and comedies and this is pretty much true. Sometimes I’ll watch a thriller that makes me bummed out about the world so I then need to view a comedy to rehabilitate.

Media Madness

How does this apply to the DocuMystery? Most likely those who like documysteries like I do have a need in their brain to tap into these flicks. We’re not saying to stop watching, but rather to make you aware of what could be happening with you: media madness?!