This #documentary exposes accused #Craigslist_killer Philip Markoff's (http://criminal-justice-documentary.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-craigslist-killer-seven-days-of-rage.html) bisexual desires and his interest in sadomasochism and bondage. Featuring exclusive interviews with victims, Seven Days of Rage reveals new details about Philip Markoff's alleged week-long crime spree and how he almost got away.

This #documentary exposes accused #Craigslist_killer Philip Markoff's (http://criminal-justice-documentary.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-craigslist-killer-seven-days-of-rage.html) bisexual desires and his interest in sadomasochism and bondage. Featuring exclusive interviews with victims, Seven Days of Rage reveals new details about Philip Markoff's alleged week-long crime spree and how he almost got away.

The Craigslist Killer - Boston homicide detectives conducted this tense interview with Boston University medical student Philip Markoff on April 20, 2009. Police later determined that Markoff still had the blood of his victim -- Julissa Brisman, who advertised erotic massage services on Craigslist -- on his shoes during the interview.

The Craigslist Killer - Boston homicide detectives conducted this tense interview with Boston University medical student Philip Markoff on April 20, 2009. Police later determined that Markoff still had the blood of his victim -- Julissa Brisman, who advertised erotic massage services on Craigslist -- on his shoes during the interview.

Philip Markoff was a seemingly normal guy. He was engaged to be married to a girl he met in college and was about to graduate medical school at Boston University. He was pretty normal, except for the fact that he would lure women to his house using Craigslist so he could murder them. His method was the inspiration for the 2011 film that also took his moniker, "The Craigslist Killer."

Philip Markoff was a seemingly normal guy. He was engaged to be married to a girl he met in college and was about to graduate medical school at Boston University. He was pretty normal, except for the fact that he would lure women to his house using Craigslist so he could murder them. His method was the inspiration for the 2011 film that also took his moniker, "The Craigslist Killer."

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