Talk:Along Came a Spider (film)
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Who is Maggie?
This section is included in the differences between the movie and the book:
"Also missing from the film is ... the discovery of Maggie, hidden away with a native Bolivian family near the Andes Mountains, two years after her kidnapping."
Who the hell is Maggie? Megan was the name of the little girl kidnapped in the movie. Apparently in the book we see the kidnapper's trial and sentence, but if "Maggie" was "Megan" and not discovered until after the kidnapper was tried, how was he tried without telling authorities what he did with his victim? Why wasn't it elevated to murder if she wasn't found? It just needs clarification. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 08:42, 11 April 2010 (UTC)