‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Season 2 Release Date, Cases, Details, and More

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Get ready to sit back down in your big armchair, detective, because Unsolved Mysteries is coming back. Following a chilling first season this July, which is still perched in the Netflix Top 10, this morning Netflix announced six more episodes slated to drop October 19th.

The announcement was made in proper Unsolved Mysteries fashion—a Netflix tweet of a dark, misty forest asked users to prove just how much of a sleuth Volume 1 made them. Now get out your magnifying glass. Tiny text that reads “New Mysteries October 19th” can be spotted on the left upon very close inspection.

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The first season of Netflix’s reboot dove deep into six unsolved mysteries, outlining the incidents, the investigations that ensued, and how the trails went dark. It included the mysterious death of Rey Rivera, the distressing disappearances of Patrice Endres and Lena Chapin, and the tragic familicide of the Dupont de Ligonnès clan. The series was met with widespread public interest and pressure on authorities working the sleeping cases. Since the series debuted, the creators have received over 2000 tips, and in the case of Alonzo Brooks, the series even kickstarted the FBI’s official reopening of the investigation.

Producer Terry Dunn Meurer told Variety that diversity is crucial in selecting which mysteries will be featured. “There’s unexplained deaths and a missing person and a murder and paranormal. It’s always important to have a variety of categories — there’s something for everyone.”

We can expect a similar mix for Season Two—and Meurer confirmed that there will even be a ghost story in this next batch. Right on time for Halloween.

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