Dead woman stalking

An obsession that will last a lifetime — or longer [warning: autostart video]:

A South Florida woman accused of stalking a local doctor for more than 30 years told police she will never give up when she was arrested Wednesday, police said.

Tamarra Nichols, 67, violated a restraining order protecting the doctor, who the suspect has stalked for the past three decades, police said.

Nichols has been arrested numerous times in the past for persistently calling the victim and showing up to his Aventura clinic.

Bond was set at $2 million, which made her laugh:

She also called her arrest a “complete scam.”

“It’s been a hostage situation, and I’ve been taken under to confront you and tell you the truth about what has happened. I have mastered immortality with two others. Two very brave men,” Nichols told the bond court judge.

She added that she’s been dead for 30 years.

The doctor, whose name we shall not mention, says he has no idea what Nichols’ problem might be, and that she’s never been a patient of his. Not that he’d have any incentive to keep her alive or anything.


  1. fillyjonk »

    19 July 2017 · 7:05 am

    1. Of course it’s Florida
    2. The “dead for 30 years” could simply be a perp trying to explain stuff away, but also maybe Cotard’s delusion? (This is top of mind for me after an experience this weekend that, had I not been of quite so robust mind, might have made me think I was incorporeal)

  2. CGHill »

    19 July 2017 · 7:51 am

    I started thinking in terms of Death Becomes Her.

  3. McG »

    19 July 2017 · 8:17 am

    Apparently spending just one year dead didn’t solve her tax issues.

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