Internet dating site murderer
The dating site you’re using reveals a lot about your partner.Psychopaths and serial killers are frequently drawn to women who appear promiscuous.He was originally from Hull but was renting a room in Golders Green, north-west London, while studying fashion at Middlesex University.He occasionally worked as a male escort which is how he came into contact with Port through a website called Sleepyboys.Perhaps they’ve knocked a few pounds off their weight, or claimed to be a hiking fan when the only terrain they’ve conquered is the shortest route to the pub.These white lies are fairly harmless, but keep an eye out for signs of a larger deception.This can include typing the person's name into a search engine and social media, reviewing public information made available by government offices, or using a paid service to obtain a full background report," an excerpt from the website reads.
He was found dead outside the communal entrance to Port's block of flats in the early hours of June 19 2014.
The RNC said you should never invite a stranger whom you've met online to meet at your home, and it's important to have a first date in a public, well-lit place.
Depending on the venue used, other terms used in the media are Internet chat room killer, Craigslist killer, Facebook serial killer.
The student was cautious about the men he met through the site and always told his friends where he was going and showed them a photo of who he was meeting.
He agreed to Port's offer of £800 for an overnight date and told his friend Ellie Green about it "in case I get killed".Stephen Port targeted attractive young men on gay dating websites and lured them to his home so he could drug them and fulfil his rape fantasy, his trial heard.