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His name was Duke Gregor.“How beautiful is your picture Audrey,” the message read.
“My name is Duke, I am from Aberdeen do you know where? I have a son named Kevin and by the Grace of God I will meet that someone again.”The typical Facebook user would likely recognize such a note as bait, but Elrod was in a place in her life that made her vulnerable to such flattery.
Mc Gregor was also a tremendous listener who never hesitated to lend Elrod a sympathetic ear.
“He wasn’t like the little boys I was used to dealing with—he was the opposite of that, so sincere, so caring,” Elrod says.
Elrod and Mc Gregor were soon chatting online for more than 12 hours a day.
She wrote back, thanking the sender for complimenting her beauty and asking how he’d found her.
He said he had stumbled across her profile while searching for a college friend who shared her last name; he also noted that his own surname was actually Mc Gregor, not Gregor.
No matter how tired she got from helping Sinclair obtain his money, the prospect of hearing her fiancé’s adoring voice always managed to lift her heart.
Elrod’s love affair began with the sort of dodgy Facebook message that most people delete on sight.