Catfish online dating story
They make up life stories and use photographs of unsuspecting victims to create fake identities.
Catfishers add life experiences, jobs, friends and photographs to the fake accounts.
After becoming suspicious Schulman drives to "Megan's" address - and finds Angela, who admits she was behind the account all along.
At the end he tells a story about how live cod were shipped along with catfish to keep the cod active and ensure the quality of the fish.
Then, if they start falling for the person they’ve started an online relationship with, they’re scared to reveal themselves.
Catfishers use the accounts to give off a persona they wish they had - with plenty of friends, photos and attractive qualities.
He uses the metaphor to describe Angela, saying there are always "catfishes" in our lives who keep us alert, active and on our toes.
Schulman later turned the documentary into the ' Catfish' TV show, where he helps others solve their online relationship mysteries.
This can be seen in cases such as young mum Chloe Davis, 20, who began receiving suggestive text messages from men who believed they had chatted with her on Plenty of Fish after someone set up a fake profile in her name.
The term was first used in the 2010 documentary ' Catfish' - in which Nev Schulman discovered the gorgeous woman he fell in love with online was a middle-aged, married mum.