There are many weird things that happen in your life and I am sure that you have your stories. There is one girl that has a horrible story that can probably trump almost any of ours. This girl is the Craigslist Killer’s last victim. His ex-fiancee Megan Mcallister.
Megan Mcallister stuck with her fiancee while the whole mess was going on. She really believed that they were going to be together and get married. After she figured out it was all true she went into the jail and broke it off with him. Megan Mcallister finally decided she wanted to move on with her life.
Not long after this Philip Markoff killed himself but not before he wrote her name in blood on his jail cell wall. How scary must that be to think that she was dating a serial killer all of that time and didn’t even know it? Now she is still studying medicine. I expect that Megan Mcallister will make a great professional in her career field.
Megan Mcallister: Craigslist Killer’s Latest Victim
Philip Markoff ‘Craiglist Killer” made for TV movie airs tonight
It certainly didn’t take the folks at Lifetime long to cash in on the jailhouse suicide of Philip Markoff, aka the Craigslist Killer. And it’s every bit as sleazy as you’d expect.
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Time was, a sensational murder case like that of the “Craigslist killer” would have spawned at least two competing TV movie projects. But since the broadcast networks have pretty much given up that business, Lifetime has become the go-to place for sordid true-crime tales.Monday night (Jan. 3), Lifetime obliges with a movie called “The Craigslist Killer.” It’s based on the case of Philip Markoff …
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