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It's the TV show that got us all talking when it first dropped on Netflix earlier this year, but now binge-worthy true crime programme Unsolved Mysteries is back for more - and its second run looks as intriguing as ever.
Delving into more old mysteries that haven't been solved and appealing for fresh information about these crimes and unusual events, Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2 will return to Netflix for six more episodes on Monday 19th October.
If you need a reminder of what's in store, take a look at Volume 2's trailer here:
A reboot of the 1980s series hosted by the late Robert Stack and created by Terry Dunn Meurer, each episode of the true crime show explores the mysterious surroundings of a number of unsolved cases.
Volume 2 will focus on the unsolved mysteries of stolen children, the Washington Insider Murder, tsunami ghosts, a lady in a lake and a death row fugitive.
This time we'll also be told the story of an unidentified woman who was seemingly murdered in Oslo, Norway.
Checking into the Plaza Hotel in the city, a luxury hotel with 37 floors, the woman was found holding a gun and her death was officially ruled as a suicide. However, with no fingerprints found on the weapon and all labels removed from her clothes, the plot thickens as to whether this was a suicide or a murder.
The first run, which aired back in July, delved into the unsolved cases of Rey Rivera, who was said to have fallen through a hole in a hotel roof in Baltimore, plus the mysterious disappearance and murder of hairdresser Patrice Endres in Cummings, Georgia.
Meanwhile, another episode of the gripping show tried to solve the mystery of missing person Alonzo Brooks whose body was discovered one month after he first disappeared, in an area the police had previously searched.
Witness reports found that Brooks was subject to racial slurs throughout the evening on the night he went missing. Could this have anything to do with his death?
After watching Unsolved Mysteries Volume 1, many viewers rang in with tip-offs on some of these crimes and disappearances.
The show creators received over 1,500 tip-offs in total, 50 of which were thought to be possible leads.
The original Unsolved Mysteries ran from 1987 to 1999 and the Netflix reboot, Unsolved Mysteries Volume 1, is available to watch on the streaming service now.
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