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New Netflix Documentary ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Looks So Chilling

New Netflix Documentary ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Looks So Chilling

This is a must watch.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

Netflix and the producers of Stranger Things are bringing us a brand new documentary series at the start of July.

Unsolved Mysteries is a reboot of the NBC and CBS series that ran from 1987 to 1999, and it looks like it's going to be a truly chilling watch.

Check out the trailer below:

Just like the original version of the show, the series will investigate unsolved cases and experiences from around the world, and dig deep using reenactments and archive footage to try and understand the mysteries.

In the trailer, Netflix shows us clips and audio footage from various cases, and invites us to "follow the clues" and attempt to solve them as we watch.

The case looks at archive evidence and old footage (

It will invite journalists, detectives, friends and family members onto the show, and seek to get to the bottom of the infamous cases.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the series, the first six episodes are named: Mystery on the Rooftop, 13 Minutes, House of Terror, No Ride Home, Berkshire's UFO and Missing Witness.

Mystery on the Rooftop looks at the case of Rey Rivera - a newlywed suspected to have died by suicide, by jumping off Baltimore's Belvedere Hotel roof.

But was her death all that it seemed?

The Netflix series looks back at old unsolved cases (

Meanwhile, 13 Minutes looks back at Patrice Endres, who vanished from the salon she worked at in the middle of the day - disappearing in a 13 minute window.

House of Terror chronicles the moment Count Xavier Dupond de Ligonnes' four children and wife were found under the porch of their family home back in 2011.

The search was then on to find him after he was suspected to have murdered them, but he was never tracked down.

As for No Ride No Home? That's about the eery case of Alonza Brooks, who was discovered dead in an area already searched by the police one month after disappearing.

The cases are all harrowing, mysterious and dark (

If you're an alien fanatic or a sci-fi junkie, the next case is for you.

It looks at five witness statements from people who claimed to have seen a UFO in Berkshire County, Massachusetts back in 1969.

And finally, Missing Witness will look into the disappearance of Lena Chapin, who confessed to helping her mom get rid of of her murdered step-father's body when she was just 13.

It's going to be a dark and fascinating ride.

The original series of Unsolved Mysteries documented over 260 cases over 500 episodes.

The show's creators, Terry Dunn Meurer and John Cosgrove, are returning as producers for the reboot.

Unsolved Mysteries lands on Netflix on July 1st.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

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