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She was a gorgeous swimsuit model. He was a charming Greek sailor. They met on a cruise in November of 1997 and soon thereafter began a clandestine love affair. Little more than a year later, thirty-one-year-old Julie Scully left her millionaire ex-husband and three-year-old daughter behind, and moved to Greece to be with twenty-four-year-old George Skiadopoulos.
But there was trouble in paradise. Julie, tired of Skiadopoulos' jealous and controlling nature, and badly missing her young daughter, decided to return to the States. Skiadopoulos wouldn't have it. When she told him of her plans to leave-and take her $600,000 divorce settlement back with her- Skiadopoulos took Julie to a remote area and strangled her to death. Then, to cover up his deed, her burned her lifeless body and tried to stuff the charred corpse into a suitcase. When it wouldn't fit, Skiadopoulos delivered the final blow-he chopped off her head and tossed it into the Aegean Sea.
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An American swim suit model left behind her three-year-old daughter to run off with a charming Greek sailor she met on a cruise in 1997. When she started missing her daughter and made plans to leave, her lover strangled her to death. The ordeal of seduction, obsession, and murder is related by an acclaimed true-crime writer. of photos.
A classic true crime account of a deadly love triangle...DESCRIPTION: When New Jersey fertilizer magnate Tim Nist and his wife, swim suit model Julie Scully, met George Skiadopolous on a Caribbean cruise in 1997, they quickly developed an abiding friendship with the charming young petty officer. But within months, the ingratiating Lothario and beautiful Julie had begun a passionate love affair. No one could believe that Julie would leave her home--and her three-year-old daughter--thousands of miles behind her and return with Skiadopolous to his native Greece. Before long, an unhappy Julie Scully decided: she would go back to New Jersey to rebuild her life. When George Skiadopolous couldn't stop her from leaving, he did the unthinkable. He strangled his gorgeous lover and set her body on fire. When he couldn't fit the scorched corpse into a suitcase, the Greek sailor cut off her once-beautiful head.
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