About a year ago, someone by the online alias known as Life Owner appeared on the scene. He made a few friends and whatnot, he was online for a while - but the thing is, he never talked to anyone, he just got on, added you to his friends list on MSN, Skype, Yahoo - many different things, but he never talked. Most people just blocked him or deleted him, which was lucky for them. The people who didn't remove or delete him found that their files went missing, or that their computer would act strange sometimes.
One day, 'Life Owner' stopped appearing online - he didn't appear on anyone's friends list at all. It was as if he was never even there. A few weeks passed—not that anyone noticed - and people he had befriended started getting emails. When they got it, it would say something along the lines of; "Here you have it," "Here it is," or "Here life is." Once they opened it, a message would display on their screens that said; "It is too late now, you are no longer beautiful..." It would take everything in their computer and corrupt it, breaking the codes into worms and infecting it with limitless Trojans. Then the people would get depressed and end up killing themselves.
One of these people, Simone Back, got the virus and started acting strange. After a while, she quit talking to a lot of people, getting more and more depressed every day - her mother noticed, but no one else did. Eventually she started fighting with her boyfriend and they broke up for breathing space. One of the days they were broke up, she posted on her Facebook page; "Took all my pills be dead soon bye bye everyone."
Her mother found out about this post and called the police since she was disabled, when they found her she had overdosed on her medication meant for her stomach pains. They searched for likely causes of suicide in her room and found her computer still running. The officer who read what was on her screen hasn't been seen for some time now...
It seems that if you even just read these emails, you are walking right into his trap. You're not safe online anywhere, he's going to find out where you are, who you are, and take you away. Your only safety is away from all communication methods other than a normal, corded phone. He's out there, waiting every day for you to open his email, and when you do, you're his.