NETFLIX has confirmed its Unsolved Mysteries will return for a second season in October with a cryptic teaser pic.
The hit will be back with more true crime stories very soon with the promo revealing exactly when the new batch of episodes will be released.
Always one to keep its audience on their toes, Netflix shared a picture on Twitter of a forest with the caption: “Let's see how much of a sleuth @Unsolved Mysteries Volume 1 made you…”
It didn’t take long for the streaming giant’s detective fans to decipher the mystery.
Hidden amongst the trees, in a very tiny, hidden caption Netflix sleuths discovered: “New mysteries October 19.”
Show co-creator Terry Dunn Meurer recently teased a ghost episode coming up in the new series.
Speaking to Variety she said: “I'll qualify that and say it's an unusual ghost episode. That's all I'll say. It's different. A bit different."
Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries has proven a huge hit with fans and even resulted in one of the cases featured being reopened by the FBI.
Episode four of the first series followed the case of 23-year-old Alonzo Brooks, who was found dead after attending a house party.
Fellow guests at the party said Alonzo – who was of African-American and Mexican – was on the receiving end of racial slurs at the bash.
His body was then found a month later in a creek near La Cygne, Kansas but an autopsy couldn't find a cause of death and no one was ever arrested.
In July, Netflix’s official Twitter account offered viewers a huge update on the case.
It read: "Update: The body of Alonzo Brooks was exhumed this morning. His case was recently reopened by the @FBI who are offering a $100K reward for tips leading to an arrest. If you know something please come forward. #unsolvedmysteries #Justiceforalonzobrooks."
Unsolved Mysteries season two will air on Netflix on 19th October. Have your notepad and sense of curiosity ready.
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