Eeeek, yes... I think you're right to tell her.
Is there a way you guys can install a form of secure access? Even a gate at the entrance?
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11-06-2013 08:51 #21
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11-06-2013 09:16 #22Senior Member
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Yes, I would tell her. Also, you were right to trust your gut and not to divulge any information about the identity of the said neighbour to a possible stranger. There are people in our society who use all sorts of means to gather information about people for their own purposes, and regrettably, not all of those purposes are good. There may be an innocent explanation in this case, but better to be discrete, as you were, when you don't know who you are talking to. Hope you are feeling okay today.
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11-06-2013 09:24 #23
I would definitely tell her in person. Write down what you remember happened just in case, things said etc.
Maybe tell your neighbour you know well incase this person goes to his door and starts asking questions. Your neighbour will be alert then if say this person came back to question you again.
11-06-2013 11:34 #24
I would definitely tell her, and not in a note. It might also be a good idea to let all the other neighbours know what happened in case the man returns.
11-06-2013 12:10 #25
That sounds quite scary FL...especially since he was so persistent. I would mention it to your neighbour when/if you see her again.
Hope you're feeling better now!
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