As the dust settles on the deadliest terror attack to ever hit the United States, a young physician is reported missing from her home. And while her family desperately searches for her, police chalk her up as yet another victim of 9/11. But when law enforcement go on to take a closer look at her case, they begin to suspect that everything is not quite as it seems.
That missing woman was Sneha Anne Philip, who was born on October 7, 1969, in Kerala, a coastal state in south India. When she was young, however, her family relocated to New York State, eventually settling in Hopewell Junction in Dutchess County. Later, Philip went on to study at Johns Hopkins University, some 270 miles away in Baltimore, Maryland.
After leaving college, though, Philip decided on a medical career, enrolling at the Chicago School of Medicine. And at the school, she met fellow student Ron Lieberman, from Los Angeles. The pair went on to become a couple, and Philip took a year out from studying to travel so that they could both graduate at the same time.