The reboot of “Unsolved Mysteries” doesn’t feature any actor/host and who could compete with The Untouchables (1959–1963) star Robert Stack?
If you love a mystery, or want to do some cybersleuthing or want to be a good citizen and help solve something, or if want some material for future fiction, then you have to watch these “Unsolved Mysteries.” Most of these mysteries are murders. The most intriguing is “House of Terror” which gives you a man of supposed means murdering his family and despite forensics of today, or at least in 2011, remains at large.
Lessons to be learned this season are: Get a trustworthy ride to a party.
Mystery on a Rooftop
After fishing from his home, Rey Rivera disappears. Days later, his car is found–and a strange sight at a historic hotel triggers a baffling mystery. (52 minutes).
Rey Rivera’s body was found 24 May 2006 inside the historic Belvedere Hotel in Mount Vernon (Baltimore, Maryland).
Patrice Endres abruptly vanishes from the salon she owned within a 13-minute window of time. Exactly 600 days later, her case takes a shocking turn. (51 minutes)
The 38-year-old Patrice Endres disappeared on April 15, 2004 from Cumming, Georgia. Her remains were found on 6 December 2005 in Dawson County Georgia.
House of Terror
When an aristocrat and his entire family disappear, the authorities unearth something horrifying. (45 minutes).
The Dupont de Ligonnès murders and disappearance took place in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France in April 2011. Dead were the wife Agnès Dupont de Ligonnès, 48, and their four children: Arthur Nicolas Dupont de Ligonnès (20), Thomas Dupont de Ligonnès (18), Anne Dupont de Ligonnès (16) and Benoît Dupont de Ligonnès (13). Unaccounted for was Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès (born 9 January 1961).
No Ride Home
Alonzo Brooks vanishes after a party. His body is found a month later. Many believe that his unsolved death is a hate crime. (39 minutes).
Alonzo Brooks was found on 1 May 2004 in La Cygne, Kansas. He had been reported missing on 3 April 2004. His body was recently exhumed and the FBI is offering a $100,00 reward.
Residents of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, recall their baffling, terrifying experiences with a UFO on the night of September 1, 1969.
Lena Chapin claims on tape that her mother killed her stepfather. Several years later, she’s issued a subpoena to testify in court–then disappears. (48 minutes).
Liehnia “Lena” May Chapin, disappeared from Dent County, Missouri on 14 February 2006. She is about 5-foot-8 and 130 lbs.
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