His Was a Really Good Story, Unfortunately It Just Wasn’t True

A liar begins with making falsehood appear like truth and ends with making truth itself appear like falsehood. – William Shenstone

In 2010, I began employment with a Seattle transportation company, and within the first few weeks a tall, dark, handsome (he knew it, and he was) stranger began showing unsolicited, inappropriate, and peculiar attention toward me. Luke’s attentions were erratic, impulsive, and, in hindsight, stalker-like. It was happening both inside and outside of the office via email and text. I felt uneasy and guarded.

This went on and off for months. My instinct was to ignore him, but his behavior was targeted and unpredictable, predatory. The problem was, I couldn’t get away from it, as we were employed in the same workplace.

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