Billboards

Billboards related to gang stalking are rare. This is a sort of museum.

Contents

  1. Billboard on September 26, 2012
  2. Billboard on November 12, 2012

Billboard on September 26, 2012

On September 26, 2012 the bogus group FFCHS placed this billboard in Rhoades.

Gang stalking billboard placed by FFCHS on September 26, 2012

The ad doesn’t contain the words gang stalking or electronic harassment.

There are 18 words in the ad, of which 17 start with a capital letter. 13 words are on a black background. 7 words are Italic. 5 words are in a narrow font. So the readability is very low.

So the message is reduced to: call this number. But, if you call this number, then what? Interception of calls is very common.

I designed these better billboards. They address the reader directly.

This is clear, readable and colorful:

Gang stalking billboard by Cliff Huylebroeck: Gang stalking in Frisco

This is clearer, but less colorful and less attractive because it has no picture:

Gang stalking billboard by Cliff Huylebroeck: gang stalking

This is in grayscale:

Gang stalking billboard by Cliff Huylebroeck: Minor things can ruin your life

This is Justin Bieber actually:

Gang stalking billboard by Cliff Huylebroeck: Gang stalking kills 1,000 Americans per day

When people walk close to the billboard, then you can try something artistic:

Gang stalking billboard by Cliff Huylebroeck: Jesus says stop gang stalking

Billboard on November 12, 2012

On November 12, 2012 the bogus group FFCHS placed this billboard for four weeks at East Fayette and North Broadway in Baltimore, Maryland.

PDF file icon Billboard at East Fayette and North Broadway in Baltimore, Maryland (35.5 K, 1 page).

Gang stalking billboard placed by FFCHS on November 12, 2012

The ad doesn’t contain the words gang stalking or electronic harassment.

There are 15 words in the ad, all in upper case. 4 words are on a black background. So the readability is very low.

 

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