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[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/images/04/21/art.markoff.landov.jpg caption="Philip Markoff, suspect in the Craigslist killings."]
Her name is Megan McAllister and she is the fiancee of the suspected "Craigslist Killer."
Philip Markoff, a 22-year-old medical student at Boston University, is charged with murder and kidnapping.
Ms. McAllister has come to his defense, telling Good Morning America that police have the wrong man.
But what if they don't? What if the man she is supposed to marry this August in a lovely wedding at the New Jersey Shore has been leading a double life?
That's enough to send shivers down any woman's spine. The two reportedly met when they were at SUNY Albany together. She's two years older.
Boston police say Markoff attacked at least two women and killed one of them. They expect to tie him to a third attack in Rhode Island.
Police say in each case he used a gun. They also say Markoff made appointments for erotic services with the women through Craigslist.
Is it possible this tall wholesome looking medical student without any criminal history is the predator police describe? Did he have his own fiancee fooled?
If those wedding invitations haven't gone out, maybe they shouldn't. At least not yet, anyway.
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