Content material warning: reference to suicide, violence, dying. One of the crucial enduring episodes of Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries is the story of Rey Rivera. A loving husband and aspiring author, he was instantly referred to as away from his Baltimore dwelling and disappeared—later discovered useless in a convention room of one of many metropolis’s resorts. His dying was dominated a suicide, however investigators, in addition to Rivera’s household, clarify within the episode that the weird options of the case name that into query. There’s lots that is unusual about this story, together with a mysterious word he wrote the day he died that appeared to level to Freemasonry; theories have abounded about what could have occurred to him. After the Unsolved episode got here out, much more data has surfaced about Rivera’s dying. So what do we all know proper now?
A mysterious particular person tried to find out the standing of Rey Rivera’s computer systems.
Talking on the You Cannot Make This Up podcast and reported by Cosmo UK, Unsolved Mysteries creator Terry Dunn Meurer divulged that an unidentified somebody was very eager about Rivera’s computer systems as soon as they’d been taken by the police…and even tried to select them up (!).
“When Allison went to the police station to select up Rey’s laptop, the detective talked about somebody had referred to as a few occasions and requested to select up the computer systems and was very within the standing of the computer systems. Alison was very troubled.”
That is data that wasn’t lined within the episode—however, contemplating what was lined within the episode, it is an intriguing extra element that does appear to assist the assertion that one thing unusual occurred to Rivera. He was reportedly terrified within the days main as much as his dying, in line with his spouse, however would not speak in confidence to her about what was bothering him. Allison stated that their safety system was tripped twice in these few weeks, however nobody was discovered breaking and coming into into the home. Was there data in Rivera’s laptop that was vital?