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The full story gets a lot more complicated.
In the fourth episode of Netflix's second season of Unsolved Mysteries, Kiyoshi Kanebishi, a Japanese sociologist specializing in disaster tells us, "I don't really believe in ghosts. I'm not the type of person who would see them." And honestly,
There are six more episodes to come.
A few weeks ago Netflix dropped it's new true crime docu-series, Unsolved Mysteries, which explores a different unresolved case in each of the six episodes, ranging from unexplained deaths and disappearances to reported UFO abductions in Massachusetts in 1969.
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Gone are the days when you had to wait a whole week to watch the next episode of your favorite show on cable television. Thanks to streaming platforms, all you need is a trusty Internet connection, a monthly subscription, a pair of
It’ll be hard to stop at just one episode!
Earlier this month, a new docu-series premiered on Netflix entitled Unsolved Mysteries. It's the remake of the iconic show that first aired in the US in 1987. As the title suggests, the show features different unsolved cases and incidents that
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The quarantine has made TikTok even more alluring, but we are here to save you from sacrificing yourself to become a 15-second entertainment video. On March 26, Reddit user adescuentechable posted a list of links from Wikipedia in a collection he