(NBC News) — On Friday’s “Dateline,” an investigation into a deadly home invasion takes a turn when an unlikely witness — on the other side of the country — comes forward.
Dennis Murphy uncovers a dark tale of lust, obsession, and manipulation.
Here is a preview of Murphy’s report:
It shouldn’t have happened here, not in this tidy, manicured subdivision that just seems to cry out: “It’s a safe place!”
BILL JONES: It was such — a shock.
DANIELLE: I remember instantly losing — like just crying.
No one here in Elizabeth City, a sleepy North Carolina waterfront community, could imagine that this beloved local businessman and his wife could figure in such a truly dark tale of lust, obsession, and manipulation.
DAVIS: Oh, the town will remember it forever.
KIM PELLINI: She’s telling him it’s all in your head, you’re just very jealous.
There were shifting stories lies piled upon lies and an act of Biblical betrayal that ended in murder.
Friday on an all-new “Dateline,” at 8 p.m. on KSN.
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