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Posted by: Mr. Babatunde
« on: October 18, 2020, 02:59:39 AM »



UNSOLVED MYSTERIES is back on Netflix with six episodes. These six new episodes are classified "Volume 2" rather than "Season 2" since they're really the second half of season 1. All in all, don't go searching for season 2 on Netflix. Rather, locate these new episodes as augmentations to season 1.

Generally speaking, I favored the episodes of volume 1, yet I actually suggest watching them all. I just can't resist the urge to contemplate whether all the narratives in volume 2 have a place in the "unsolved puzzle"- idea.

The episodes in Unsolved Mysteries volume 2. Just as with volume 1 of season 1, we get six episodes this time around.

The new episodes are:

“Washington Insider Murder” is episode 1
“A Death in Oslo” is episode 2
“Death Row Fugitive” is episode 3
“Tsunami Spirits” is episode 4
“Lady in the Lake” is episode 5
“Stolen Kids” is episode 6


All episodes are very interesting though they don’t all feel like they can strictly be called an “Unsolved Mystery”.

Episodes 3 and 5 seem to both be semi-solved in the sense that we discover some people know the answer. At least they almost admit to knowing the answer but not wanting (or daring) to speak up.

Actually, episode 3 seems to mostly be about sloppy (or just plain corrupt) police work. Also, that episode title has a downright “click-bait” title since the fugitive wasn’t on death row when he escaped. Still, it is grotesque how he managed to escape. Actually, can you even call it an “escape” when you’re left free to wander off?!

Watch the six new Unsolved Mysteries episodes on Netflix

These six new episodes warry a great deal long which is really something worth being thankful for. A story ought to be told in the measure of time it takes to tell it, and not be formated to fit a specific runtime. I certainly value that this is consistently the situation with Unsolved Mysteries episodes.

What I don't generally acknowledge is the way that in any event one of these episodes ("Tsunami Spirits") doesn't fit the organization. Truth be told, it doesn't end with the standard thing "In the event that you have any data… " support to help. Additionally, another episode ("Death in Oslo") appears as though it's likely previously fathomed. The appropriate response is just on a "need to know" premise.

Generally, I actually delighted in Unsolved Mysteries volume 2. I just can't resist the urge to imagine that with all the great genuine wrongdoing narrative movies and arrangement, there ought to be a lot of real unsolved mysteries to take on. There's no compelling reason to fuse different stories that could similarly also have been narratives in their own right – and separate from this idea.

Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2 (the second half of season 1) is out on Netflix from October 19, 2020.


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