NETFLIX’s reboot of Unsolved Mysteries unpicks some America’s most puzzling cold cases.
One case covered in the show is the disappearance and death of Patrice Endres. No one knows what happened to Patrice Endres – seen here with her son Pistol Black Credit: Netflix What happened to Patrice Endres?
Patrice was a wife and mother who mysteriously went missing from her salon in Cumming, Georgia in broad daylight on April 15, 2004.
On the morning of Patrice’s disappearance, she dropped her son Pistol Black off at school just like any other day.
When the youngster was sent to the principal’s office later that day, he was asked to call his mum, but there was no answer.
After it was revealed that she was missing, authorities had little evidence to go on. Patrice’s salon where she disappeared from Credit: Netflix While money had been taken from the salon’s safe and her lunch had been left out uneaten, there was no evidence of a break-in or struggle.
Patrice’s skeletal remains were found behind Lebanon Baptist Church in Dawson County on December 6, 2005.However, her wedding ring was not recovered and has never been found.
Do we know who killed Patrice Endres? Serial killers Gary Michael Hilton and Jeremy Bryan Jones have both been suspects in her death, with the latter even confessing to her murder.
He later recanted his confession and there was no evidence to link him to the crime.
What happened to Patrice Endres of Unsolved Mysteries?
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