We had just returned to our beautiful valley in Colorado from vacationing with our 19 year old daughter Morgan. On our drive back we had picked up her new puppy Wylah May. Morgan had never had a puppy of her own and she was so excited about her little Australian Shepard. She treated her as though she were her own baby, spent every dime she earned on special food, toys, everything for this little puppy. She brought her down to the river this afternoon (one of her favorite spots to meditate), and little Wylah May seemed to love everything about the outdoors. This evening Morgan drove into Carbondale to show her friends her new puppy – when she arrived home later that evening she went directly into her room, started to undress in her bathroom in order to take a shower, and then heard tapping on her bathroom window. Morgan’s bathroom window was made of obscured glass so you could not see in, but someone outside could see the light go on, and possibly some shadows. Morgan jumped, but then thought it must be a branch or a bird tapping the glass so she disregarded the noise…this was the start of Morgan’s stalking…at least we thought this was the beginning. Much later on we would learn, as in many other victim’s cases, that it really started before any of us ever noticed. Morgan had become a target.