Get your detective hats on – Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2 has been released with six more mindboggling cases.
From murder and possible kidnapping to disappearances and a ghost story, the new real life stories will give you plenty to think about now they’ve all dropped on Netflix.
The first series on the streaming platform was a big hit earlier this year, and it looks like the new offerings will be just as head scratching.
Here’s what you can expect from the six cases…
Washington Insider Murder (Episode 1)
The first episode will explore the case of John P Wheeler III – a chairman of the Vietnam Memorial Fund – whose body was found in the Cherry Island Landfill, Delware on December 30, 2010.
It’s said the 66-year-old man was killed by a ‘blunt force trauma’, but not only is the exact cause of the injury a mystery, but his odd behaviour in the days before his body was discovered also poses some questions.
According to the Washington Post, he was seen on December 29 looking disorientated wearing a black suit with just one shoe as he tried to get into a garage to pay parking, despite his car being left in a different garage, while he also claimed his briefcase had been stolen, and he later approached a pharmacist asking for a lift to Wilmington, Delaware.
The following day – 14 hours before his body was discovered – he was last seen outside a number of office buildings looking ‘confused and disorientated’.
Death In Oslo (Episode 2)
Another murder mystery, this time focused on an unidentified woman who stayed at the Plaza Hotel in Oslo back in 1955.
Her death was officially ruled as a suicide, with the woman – who checked in under the name Jennifer Fergate – found with a Browning 9mm pistol in her hand, but local reports revealed no blood or gunshot residue was on her hands, suggesting she didn’t shoot.
The weapon’s serial number had been removed along with any fingerprints, as well as all the labels from her clothes, while there was also a lack of ID or passport – meaning her identity has never been confirmed.
Death Row Fugitive (Episode 3)
Back in 1965, Lester Eubanks was convicted of the murder of 14-year-old Mary Ellen Deener.
He did serve some time on death row for a number of years, but escaped police custody in 1975.
In a creepy turn of events, Eubanks has been on the run ever since – and never got caught.
Tsunami Spirits (Episode 4)
In this episode, viewers will explore apparent ghost sightings in Ishinomaki in Japan after a tsunami in 2011.
More specifically, the case follows exorcist Kansho Aizawa, who has been seen in a lot of documentaries, including paranormal film The Spiritual Idol last year.
There’ll be plenty to delve into, as Kansho has seemingly come across undead spirits.
Lady in the Lake (Episode 5)
We’re back to the US this time – Michigan, to be precise – with the case of JoAnn Matouk Roman, a mother who disappeared after she attended mass in January 2010.
Her body was found 70 days later in the Detroit River – 30 miles from the church – and her death was ruled as a suicide, although this is disputed by her daughter Michelle.
She has claimed the river’s current wasn’t strong enough to move the body that far, and alleged her own private pathologists ruled she died from ‘dry drowning’, which means there was no water in her lungs.
Furthermore, an autopsy she commissioned also revealed bruises on JoAnn’s body, which suggests there may have been a struggle before her death.
Stolen Kids (Episode 6)
The final episode of the series looks into the disappearance of two-year-old Christopher Dansby, who was last spotted in a playground in New York City back in May 1989.
The Charley Project – which publicises missing people cold cases – reveals the boy had been with his mum on the day he disappeared, but she left him with relatives at the park as she needed to get food from a nearby store, and she didn’t have a pram.
Her relatives claimed he went missing while playing with a red ball – which he didn’t own – while a seven-year-old boy claimed he saw Christopher later that day on a nearby street with an unidentified man.
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