Arikia, I thought your article was interesting. I can understand how it can be unnerving if not plain scary to have that kind of attention. It's very unfair to lead someone else on and withhold your identity. I assume the "stalker" was not socially mature enough to approach you directly and say something like "I have a crush on you and: don't know how to express it; have a girlfriend; am stone-freaking ugly".
I've understand that immaturity awkwardness of trying to approach someone you like - from my own experience. No one wants to be rejected. I would hope that he was unaware of the discomfort and uneasiness he created for you - then he could be forgiven his foolishness. Otherwise he'd be a real prick for behaving that way, knowing he was frightening you. If you find him you can bury him in my backyard, no one will ever know. ;)