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Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?

 
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Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
Most bizarre Story,I think I've ever heard....The story below, is from the link.

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I just stumbled across the fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident. The case is full of bizarre findings. Nine hikers set out into the wilderness and were never seen alive again. Theit bodies were found in groups a good distance from their camp, all in little more than underwear, as if they had to flee their tent in a hurry. Their tent was ripped open from the inside, like they didn’t even have time to use the tent’s door. Five of the hikers showed no signs of trauma and likely died from hypothermia — two of which were found around a temporary fire that they made while in their underwear. None of them seemed to dare to return to the tent. The other four hikers died of internal injuries but showed no external wounds, one from a fractured skull, and two from fractured chests, as if they had been crippled by extreme pressure.

Here are some more facts of the case (from the Wikipedia article):

* Six of the group members died of hypothermia and three of fatal injuries.
* There were no indications of other people nearby apart from the nine travellers on Kholat Syakhl, nor anyone in the surrounding areas.
* The tent had been ripped from within.
* The victims had died 6 to 8 hours after their last meal.
* Traces from the camp showed that all group members (including those who were found injured) left the camp of their own accord, by foot. This implies that those with injuries were injured after they left the camp.
* The fatal injuries of the three bodies could not have been caused by another human being.
* Forensic radiation tests had shown high doses of radioactive contamination on the clothes of a few victims. These test results were not taken into account for the final verdict.



The only footprints found in the snow were those of the hikers, so it couldn’t have been caused by any sort of land animal, human or otherwise. There were no traces of an avalanche. The most curious part of the case is the high level of radioactivity found in the bodies. The families who attended to the burial procedures reported that the corpses’ skin that had turned orange and hair that had turned gray. None of the Russian military helicopter pilots would transport the corpses, not even in body bags. Did they know more than they let on?

The case was never solved. So what in the hell caused this accident? The Wikipedia article vaguely mentions aliens, but come on, let’s be real. Some kind of military testing perhaps? The radioactivity had to come from somewhere. I just can’t think of many things that would cause nine people to run out of a perfectly warm tent nearly naked into the snow, and not return for some hours while they slowly froze to death. And how did the four that suffered internal injuries die? It’s eerie. I’m getting goosebumps just thinking of it.

Man, what I wouldn’t give for a Light of Other Days-style wormhole to be able to look back into the past and see what happened there. My curiosity has been peaked, yet there are no answers to be found.

Something like this would make a great episode of CSI, unsolved ending included. Just have the episode unfold with increasingly bizarre findings in the case being discovered, and then cut to credits at the end of the hour with nothing solved, only dozens of questions raised. It would be a different experience from their typical format in which everything is neatly wrapped up about five minutes before the end of the episode, but I would love it.
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
interesting yoda
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
btw..They bring up this story, on the show "Ancient Aliens".

It's part of the Ancient Astronaut theory,I guess.

Apparently, people that didn't go on that hike, but were with that group had witnessed Orange strobe like lights flying around that same area/Mountain tops just days before.

Does anyone have a theory, on what could have happened?

Could they have stumbled, on an Alien Base?
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
good mystery.

This was actually mentioned on a recent episode of the Ancient Aliens.

Peculiar. Reminds me of the Blair Witch but for real
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
this would actually make for a good suspense movie thriller
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
Looks like it is being made into a film..

hopefully they don't over do it 'Hollywood-style" like they always do..

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"The fact-based film is about a mysterious incident in 1959, when nine experienced hikers were found dead. The film will be about contemporary students on a trek to investigate the mystery."

Producers will be Alexander Rodnyansky, Kia Jam, Harlin, and Sergei Bespalov.

Harlin said: "I was fascinated by this story, which remains one of the great unsolved mysteries of modern paranormal lore. The facts, the script, and the very dramatic setting convinced me that there is a thrilling movie there, just waiting to rivet audiences."

The project will start shooting on location in Russia in March.


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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
thanks for a good story OP! give you five stars!

However, you should say that your interest is "piqued" not peaked... just saying, I'm not a Grammar Nazi
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Your IDIOT called, their VILLAGE is missing.
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
thanks for a good story OP! give you five stars!

However, you should say that your interest is "piqued" not peaked... just saying, I'm not a Grammar Nazi
 Quoting: Jammer


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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
Uhoh do we get orange orbs again ?

Or lol black ones those come after red and purple i think.
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
De ay tha you need to run whe oe see a black one.
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
It was Russian troops researching and training in the area with clearence to kill intruders, the military covered up for the murders: A) because the weapon research was top secret, and B) due to the gruesome torture inflicted with the 'secret' tech they were researching (scalar weapons)

It was a cover up for sakes of 'National Security'
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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
The DVD of the movie is NOW out.......

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Re: Have you ever heard the Fascinating tale of the Dyatlov Pass Accident<AKA>The unexplained bizarre deaths of 9 Russian hikers in 1959?
The bodies were radioactive.

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