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For better and worse, a work environment represents a microcosm of society. While lifelong friendships are formed at a job, and perhaps it's a place where people even meet their future spouses, working alongside others also increases the likelihood that creeps may be close by. "The Killer Beside Me" exposes the dark underbelly of workplace relations, where romantic rivalries and power plays culminate in murders. Cinematic re-enactments form the basis of the true stories, and interviews with family and friends of victims and law enforcement personnel lend support.

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Alice Hufnagle is raped and murdered on Nov. 22, 2002; after following numerous leads and dead ends, police find the vital clues that lead them to Jeffery Vample, Alice's co-worker at a local pharmacy.
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When Andrea Farrington meets fellow employee Alex Kozak, she feels that romance could be on the horizon, then Farrington's hopeful feelings are replaced by suspicion and fear, leading to a final rejection that has fatal consequences.
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Alisha Bromfield's supervisor, Brian Cooper, promotes her to team leader, but his motives are not entirely pure; Bromfield stands her ground, letting Cooper know she doesn't want a relationship beyond a professional one.
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Sandra Berfield suffers years of harassment from coworker Steven Caruso and has him jailed for violating a restraining order; released, Caruso sends a pipe bomb to Berfield who is killed instantly after picking up a package left on her front porch.
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On a June morning, a cleaning lady finds property manager Melinda Schaefer stabbed to death in her ransacked office.
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Bob Peterson invites himself over to his co-workers Gene and Jaye-Jaye Thurnau's new home to give them a housewarming present; later, Jaye-Jaye leaves the guys alone to run an errand, during which time they vanish.
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Caroline Nosal, a 24-year-old grocery store worker, befriends co-worker Christopher O'Kroley, but she soon complains to store management about O'Kroley's behavior leading to a tragic outcome.
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Kerri Harris and her friend discover a camera secreted in the restroom at work; while police examine the evidence, Harris is stabbed to death in her office with her co-workers just a few feet away.
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Afer Leesa Nascimento is shot dead, a recently fired coworker, Lorenza Sam, is tied to her murder and arrested.
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Theresa Wesolowski, 22, is murdered on May 29, 1999; police are baffled for nearly 10 years before finally getting a break when a new DNA technique identifies Wesolowski's coworker, Mark Libecki, as her killer.
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In Tacoma, Wash., businessman Robert Henry is murdered by a masked gunman, and his wife, Paula, points the finger at Henry's former business associate, Larry Shandola.
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After Gayle Isleib is shot to death on April 30, 1996, police identify her coworker, Tyronne Montgomery, as her killer; they find love poems as well as evidence that Montgomery planned to kidnap Isleib and murder her husband.

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