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The recently revived TV show has returned for the second time this year with a new run of unsolved cases.
The original run of 'Unsolved Mysteries' spanned a whole 14 seasons between 1987 and 2010 and is best remembered for its host Robert Stack (who sadly died in 2003) as well as its re-enactments of various mysteries, unexplained phenomena and unsolved criminal cases.
While the recent Netflix revival mostly did away with the re-enactments, its eerie and suspenseful exploration of six mysterious cases (including one UFO case) proved a major hit with viewers, ranking number one in the US on the streaming service mere hours after its debut back in July.
Now the show is back for a second time within the space of only a few months for a further run of six episodes, each detailing a mystery that authorities have never been able to solve.
One of the most intriguing new episodes is 'A Death in Oslo' which looks into the death of an unknown woman at a hotel in the Norwegian capital back in the 90s.
Despite concerted efforts, nobody has been able to determine who she was, why she was there or whether her death was a suicide or an assassination.
"When a woman was found dead in a luxury hotel room in Oslo, Norway, it appeared to be a suicide," the synopsis reads. "However, several pieces didn't add up: she had no identification, her briefcase contained 25 rounds of ammunition and no one reported her missing. Who was this woman, and could she have been part of a secret intelligence operation?"
You can check out a trailer for the new episodes below.