This story was first published on January 20, 2012
Circulating hoax message warns users not to make any contact with a person with the screen-name “DreamWeaverGrey” because he is a suspect in the murders of 56 women that he met through the Internet.
The claims in the message are false and reposting will not help anyone. The “warning” is a mutated variant of earlier hoax warnings. The original version may have been very loosely derived from the case of serial killer John E. Robinson. However, Robinson has long since been jailed and remains incarcerated. All later variants of the warning contain completely false information and are totally pointless.
Police Warning to Online Members State police warning for online:
Please read this “very carefully”..then send it out to all the people online that you know. Something like this is nothing to be taken casually; this is something you DO want to pay attention to. … If a person with the screen-name of DreamWeaverGrey contacts you, do not reply. DO not talk to this person; do not answer any of whispers or requests for private in Pogo. Whoever this person may be, he/she is a suspect for murder in the deaths of 56 women (so far) contacted through the Internet. Please send this to all the women on your buddy list and ask them to pass this on, as well. This screen-name has also been seen on Yahoo, AOL, AIM, and Excite so far. This is not a joke! Please send this to men too…just in case! Send to everyone you know! Ladies, this is serious.
Jennifer [Name and contact details removed]
IF WE CAN PASS ON JOKES, SURELY WE CAN PASS ON A WARNING THAT MAY SAVE A LIFE!!!….men, please pass on to all your female friends….
Original Source : https://www.hoax-slayer.com/dreamweavergrey-contact-warning.shtml