A Christian college student was in for a cryptic surprise when she rejected a man who showed interest in her on OkCupid, an online dating website. Holly Mason, a senior at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Wash., claims that Adam Carter-Campbell threatened to kill her — and others — after she cutoff contact.
Here’s how it reportedly went down: Mason, 21, turned the 24-year-old down. When he got angry as a result, she reported him to OkCupid and had him banned. Then, he reportedly created a new account and allegedly sent her a chilling message.
“I dream of a paradise where you and I can go to an [I]sland where no one can hear you scream,” he purportedly wrote.
“You just got to be nicer to me. That way, I won’t have the inclination to kill a bunch of people,” a second message read.
Unsure of what to do, Mason called 911 and reported the threats. In an interview with KIRO-TV she said she wasn’t sure what access Carter-Campbell might have to weapons or how sincere the threats might have been.
“I was worried for everyone else because he was so angry about something I did,” she said. “It was more like I don’t want this on my head and I don’t want to see Seattle hurt.”
Police arrested Carter-Campbell in Seattle last week and prosecutors claim he is a danger to himself and others, according to KIRO-TV.
He has been charged with felony cyber-stalking and his bail is currently set at $100,000.
(H/T: Christian Post)