It revolves around J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” saga, but it isn’t set in Middle Earth. Rather, much of the story takes place in cyberspace – in Internet chat rooms where “Lord of the Rings” fans meet under fanciful screen names and commiserate about hobbits and the movie stars who play them. Renne said she was part of a group of fans taken in by a phony charity set up by Amy Player, a young woman from York County who seems to have been motivated less by money than by the goal of online status and the opportunity to mingle with the stars of the “Lord of the Rings” movies. [More]

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