"Unsolved Mysteries" fans have been writing at how "creepy" they find Patrice Endres' husband Rob—but other viewers have hit back at them for judging him too harshly.
"Unsolved Mysteries" is a big hit for Netflix, but the reboot has only six episodes, leaving fans trying to get their fix of true crime by watching the original Robert Stack-hosted series.
"Unsolved Mysteries" has unleashed an army of amateur sleuths, who have been sharing some convincing theories about the Netflix show's six cases so far.
"Unsolved Mysteries" viewers have been coming Rey Rivera's letter for clues–and one true crime may have cracked the case by looking at the films mentioned in the note.
"Unsolved Mysteries" on Netflix begins with the strange case of Rey Rivera, whose family does not agree that his death was a suicide
The Netflix docuseries revisits a life-changing incident for residents of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, 50 years later.
"Unsolved Mysteries" Episode 2 on Netflix focuses on the death of Patrice Endres and the "13 Minutes" in which she went missing from her salon
"Unsolved Mysteries" on Netflix dedicates its first episode to the death of Rey Rivera, who left a stream-of-consciousness note that his family think references the Free Masons.
"Unsolved Mysteries" has been presented by hosts like Robert Stack, Virginia Madsen and Raymond Burr, but the Netflix version goes without a presenter.