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MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: Rey Rivera

MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: Rey Rivera

Update: 2020-06-2967
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In 2006 Rey Rivera was found dead at the Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore. Did he die by suicide, or was something more sinister at play?


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JM CPSHW

I feel like the note should be studied more. There is no way you can jump from that trajectory and land in the same spot. (Better view of dimensions on netflix.) Even if pushed, not possible. Someone from that company knows somethings! You dont put a gag order for the entire company and not know anything...and HOW is that LEGAL. They were the LAST person to talk to him!

Jul 6th
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Erin Peters

super weird that this is released the same time that the new unsolved mysteries launches, with this as the first case.....

Jul 6th
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Xavier Siby

I'm getting a Fargo vibe..

Jul 5th
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Teresa D M Smith

Did it say anywhere if the structure of the roof with the hole in it was actually solid? I couldn’t find it anywhere

Jul 4th
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Chet Hjr

Streaks on the China, never mattered before, who cares.... 😝

Jul 3rd
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Mrs Jones

i JUST watched this case on Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix... creepy...

Jul 2nd
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Nicky Grant

It sounds like Rey could've been mentally unwell. The note stuck to the back of the computer seems to point to this. Also in the Netflix doco they talked about him having a lot on his mind in the days before he left. He may have been good at hiding what was going on in his head. However this doesn't explain why his 'friend' clammed up like he did and forced everyone else to as well. perhaps he was about to blow the whistle on something he knew and was threatened and decided to jump. they could've also threatened his wife and family which was too much for him so he jumped to protect them.

Jul 2nd
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Shaun Blackwell

why is this nearly word for word the same as episode one of new unsolved mysteries?

Jul 1st
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Bradley Frost

24:26 thank you captain obvious

Jul 1st
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Jason Ramirez

First clue, who goes looking for their friend on a roof top unless they already knew he was there.Sceond clue, the phone call from Porters establishment.

Jul 1st
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Lyn Brown

I think he stumbled across something he shouldn't have and he told his 'so-called' best friend. They talked about trajectory and how his sandal was turned, like he was drug across the roof and thrown off. His best friend is involved and had the cameras turned off! Just a thought?

Jun 30th
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Big McRunFast

is it really much of a stretch to see that he was clearly suffering from some sort of paranoia/schizophrenia? the incoherent note, him freaking out about the alarm system, him running out of the house without reason or warning

Jun 30th
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Mlynda L. Crabb

was he trying to get info for a film? maybe he came across info he shouldnt have.

Jun 30th
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T C

This case has always bugged me.

Jun 29th
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