The Unsolved Mysteries: Murder victim’s husband carries her SKULL around

Fans of Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries reboot revealed their horror when they discovered that a victim’s husband wore her skull around a funeral director and slept with her ashes for more than a year.

The first six episodes The new series was released Wednesday and one case is investigating the death of Patrice Endres of Cumming, Georgia. The 38-year-old hairdresser and mother disappeared from her salon in broad daylight on April 15, 2004.

Patrice left her son, Pistol Black, and her husband – Pistol’s stepfather – Rob Endres, who openly despise each other. The two can both be seen in the episode, and viewers were shocked by Rob’s “ creepy ” attitude, some of which believed he should be involved in his wife’s death.

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Confession: Rob Endres (pictured) revealed in the second episode of the Unsolved Mysteries reboot he wore around the skull of his late wife Patrice and slept with her ashes

Confession: Rob Endres (pictured) revealed in the second episode of the Unsolved Mysteries reboot he wore around the skull of his late wife Patrice and slept with her ashes

Mystery: The Cumming, Georgia, hairdresser disappeared from her salon in broad daylight on April 15, 2004

Mystery: The Cumming, Georgia, hairdresser disappeared from her salon in broad daylight on April 15, 2004

Mystery: The Cumming, Georgia, hairdresser disappeared from her salon in broad daylight on April 15, 2004

Rob was 50 years old, about 20 years older than Patrice, when they first met during a haircut. He never got along with Pistol and was hostile to his stepson, even after marrying Patrice.

He was admittedly possessive of his wife, and their marriage was not going well, according to family and friends.

On the morning of Patrice’s disappearance, she dropped her son off at school just like any other day. When Pistol was sent to the director’s office later today, he was asked to call his mother, but no answer came.

After she was found missing, authorities had little evidence to proceed. Although money had been taken from the salon’s vault and her lunch had not been eaten, there was no evidence of a break-in or fight.

Looking Back: Patrice left behind her son, Pistol Black (pictured), who was a teenager when she went missing

Looking Back: Patrice left behind her son, Pistol Black (pictured), who was a teenager when she went missing

Looking Back: Patrice left behind her son, Pistol Black (pictured), who was a teenager when she went missing

Looking Back: Patrice left behind her son, Pistol Black (pictured), who was a teenager when she went missing

Looking Back: Patrice left behind her son, Pistol Black (pictured), who was a teenager when she went missing

Leads Only: Patrice is believed to have disappeared from her company, Tamber's Trim 'n Tan Salon, between 11:37 am and 11:50 am

Leads Only: Patrice is believed to have disappeared from her company, Tamber's Trim 'n Tan Salon, between 11:37 am and 11:50 am

Leads Only: Patrice is believed to have disappeared from her company, Tamber’s Trim ‘n Tan Salon, between 11:37 am and 11:50 am

The police only knew that something happened between 11:37 am, the time of the last phone call she picked up and 11:50 am, the time of the first phone call she didn’t answer.

The episode is titled ’13 Minutes ‘and refers to the 13 minutes of her supposedly missing from her business, Tamber’s Trim’ n Tan Salon.

Patrice’s skeletal remains were found on December 6, 2005, behind the Lebanon Baptist Church in Dawson County. However, her wedding ring was not recovered and was never found.

Serial killers Gary Michael Hilton and Jeremy Bryan Jones have both been suspects of her death, with the latter even confessing to her murder. He later revoked his confession and there was no evidence to associate him with the crime.

Open case: Patrice's skeletal remains were found on December 6, 2005, behind the Lebanon Baptist Church in Dawson County.  However, her wedding ring was not found

Open case: Patrice's skeletal remains were found on December 6, 2005, behind the Lebanon Baptist Church in Dawson County.  However, her wedding ring was not found

Open case: Patrice’s skeletal remains were found on December 6, 2005, behind the Lebanon Baptist Church in Dawson County. However, her wedding ring was not found

Mystery: Rob was and is still a suspect, but he has an alibi and there has never been any indication that he had anything to do with his wife's death

Mystery: Rob was and is still a suspect, but he has an alibi and there has never been any indication that he had anything to do with his wife's death

Mystery: Rob was and is still a suspect, but he has an alibi and there has never been any indication that he had anything to do with his wife’s death

Authorities have determined that it is unlikely that either man killed Patrice.

Rob has an alibi in the form of a receipt showing that he was 45 minutes away at his wife’s suspected disappearance. Although it is unlikely that he was involved, it is not impossible according to investigators.

He was and still is a suspect, but there has never been any evidence that he was involved or hired anyone to kill his wife.

Rob insisted that the murder of Patrice be solved, but many viewers agreed that there was something wrong with the stepfather, who kicked his wife’s teenage son out of their house as soon as she disappeared.

Hard to handle: Rob has Patrice's ashes and never shows Pistol (photo) them

Hard to handle: Rob has Patrice's ashes and never shows Pistol (photo) them

Hard to handle: Rob has Patrice’s ashes and never shows Pistol (photo) them

Final words: “Yes, I protect Patrice,” he said. “And I have her. That’s a good thing ‘

Towards the end of the episode, he remembered asking the funeral director Judson Caldwell to impose Patrice’s remains on him for wanting to see her.

“I took her skeleton, I mean her head, and carried it around for a while,” he said. “Put her back, kissed her goodbye. I thanked Mister Caldwell and left. He asked if I was okay to drive. I was. That is the last time I saw Patrice almost intact. ‘

Rob has Patrice’s ashes and never shows Pistol them.

“Probably a year or more after Patrice returned to me, her ashes, she stayed in my bed. I slept with her. It’s something I don’t usually share with people. “But she looked like my teddy bear,” he said. Because that’s how we used to sleep, you know, that’s how we slept together. I just brought back good memories.

“And yes, I protect Patrice,” he added. “And I have her. That’s a good thing. ”

Stunned: Viewers took to Twitter to share their horror of Rob's comments, with some insisting he must have killed his wife

Stunned: Viewers took to Twitter to share their horror of Rob's comments, with some insisting he must have killed his wife

Stunned: Viewers took to Twitter to share their horror of Rob’s comments, with some insisting he must have killed his wife

People have taken to Twitter to share their shock at Rob’s hair-raising interview, and many claimed he should have been behind his wife’s murder.

So yeah, that creepy ** man on Unsolved Mysteries certainly killed his wife. Her skull worn around the funeral home? Slept with her ashes ?? That “And I have her” line at the end ?? WTF, “one person tweeted.

“#UnsolvedMysteries ep 2 … the f ***** g husband did it,” someone else insisted. Apparently. He changed the locks on her son THE NEXT DAY, walked around with her skull, slept with her ashes for a year and said they never had a fight? F ***** g red flags all over the damn spot. Give her son the ashes !! ‘

Another compared Rob to Tiger King star Carole Baskin, whose husband Don Lewis mysteriously disappeared and was later pronounced dead.

“EPISODE 2 OF SOLVED MYSTERIES IS THE NEXT CAROL-BASKIN,” wrote the fan. “I am completely disturbed by what I have just seen and I remember this case vividly.”

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