Just because you’ve been convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison doesn’t mean you should give up on love, right? Seeing as Charles Manson, and various other serial killers managed to get married while serving prison sentences, it isn’t that surprising that Canadian murderer, Luka Magnotta, might want to try his hand at a matchmaking service. What else does he have to do, right?

Magnotta was convicted at the end of 2014 of killing and dismembering Jun Lin, a Chinese exchange student in 2012. He was diagnosed of various mental illnesses including paranoid schizophrenia, and borderline personality disorder, but he was suspected to be faking some of his symptoms in order to capitalize on an insanity plea. He was found guilty anyway, and sentenced to life in prison, which he is serving at the Archambault Institution in Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec.

Magnotta’s profile was posted Sunday on Canadian Inmates Connect Inc., a website that helps inmates meet people on the outside to start a relationship with. Since inmates don’t have access to the internet, the application and $35 fee is sent to site founder, Melissa Fazzina, by snail mail.

Fazzina told The Toronto Star she was “taken aback” when she saw Magnotta’s name on the application. News reports have suggested Magnotta gets a lot of fan mail already, and he is known to be an attention seeker. But she made the decision to accept his application, and post his profile, although she is bracing for some backlash over the choice.

“A lot of people will think he doesn’t deserve to be on the website or have access to communication with the outside world. But I still hold the same stance where I believe everybody is equally able to redeem themselves and rehabilitate themselves and hopefully that with happen with him as well,” Fazzina explained. She started the website in 2011 and has become an advocate for prisoners who are looking for a second chance.

Maybe Magnotta really is just looking for true love. His profile, which Fazzina confirms was written by Magnotta himself, reads “seeking a single white male, 28-38 years of age, white and in shape. One who is loyal, preferably educated, financially and emotionally stable for a long-term committed relationship. If you think you could be my prince charming, send me a detailed letter with at least 2 photos.”

He doesn’t mention what he’s in prison for, which Fazzina usually advises against, since people can just Google his name and find out anyway, especially with a case as high profile as Magnotta’s.

While it doesn’t seem that unusual for an inmate to want to attempt to find love, you have to wonder what kind of person wants to date a murderer? Not only will their entire relationship be based on letters, but they’ll always know their significant other is capable of extreme violence. Where is the appeal? Apparently love can conquer all. Or some people just really hate being alone.