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RELEASE: FEBRUARY 14, 2012
Today we look at the unhappy history of celebrity stalkers. Robert Bardo became obsessed with young actor Rebecca Schaeffer. He hired a private investigator to find out where she lived and shot her to death, leading the LAPD to set up a Threat Management Unit to deal with stalkers. Bardo was inspired by Arthur Jackson, a stalker who used DMV records to find Theresa Saldana, whom he stabbed repeatedly. The story also ends badly for stalkers. Margaret Ray stalked David Letterman for years before lying down in front of a train in Colorado in 1997.
What state's Office of Homeland Security adopted as its top priority not loose nukes or lone wolves but instead "stressing the dependence on Almighty God"?
Previous answer: WKRP is in Cincinnati, just like the TV show, although, ironically, reruns of "WKRP in Cincinnati" aired on WGN America at the time.
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