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"Russian investigators are set to re-examine the chilling mystery of a deadly hiking trip made by group of Soviet students in 1959. The story spurred more than 70 theories and even inspired Hollywood thriller, ‘The Devil’s Pass’.
Known as the Dyatlov Pass incident the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group in a remote area in the Urals six decades ago remains one of Russia’s most chilling unsolved mysteries. It shocked and bewildered investigators right from the start. After the original probe failed to produce any results, the case was shelved and, by some accounts, even classified.

The eerie story inspired Hollywood director Renny Harlin to make the thriller Devil’s Pass in 2013. Now the authorities are determined to finally uncover what happened.

Investigators are officially reopening the probe, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office, Aleksandr Kurennoy, announced on Friday. The victims’ “relatives, media and the public want to know the truth,” he said...."

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"Russian investigators are set to re-examine the chilling mystery of a deadly hiking trip made by group of Soviet students in 1959. The story spurred more than 70 theories and even inspired Hollywood thriller, ‘The Devil’s Pass’.
Known as the Dyatlov Pass incident the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group in a remote area in the Urals six decades ago remains one of Russia’s most chilling unsolved mysteries. It shocked and bewildered investigators right from the start. After the original probe failed to produce any results, the case was shelved and, by some accounts, even classified.

The eerie story inspired Hollywood director Renny Harlin to make the thriller Devil’s Pass in 2013. Now the authorities are determined to finally uncover what happened.

Investigators are officially reopening the probe, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office, Aleksandr Kurennoy, announced on Friday. The victims’ “relatives, media and the public want to know the truth,” he said...."

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That story is crazy scary and deserves glp's attention for sure.
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"Russian investigators are set to re-examine the chilling mystery of a deadly hiking trip made by group of Soviet students in 1959. The story spurred more than 70 theories and even inspired Hollywood thriller, ‘The Devil’s Pass’.
Known as the Dyatlov Pass incident the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group in a remote area in the Urals six decades ago remains one of Russia’s most chilling unsolved mysteries. It shocked and bewildered investigators right from the start. After the original probe failed to produce any results, the case was shelved and, by some accounts, even classified.

The eerie story inspired Hollywood director Renny Harlin to make the thriller Devil’s Pass in 2013. Now the authorities are determined to finally uncover what happened.

Investigators are officially reopening the probe, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office, Aleksandr Kurennoy, announced on Friday. The victims’ “relatives, media and the public want to know the truth,” he said...."

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 Quoting: EightAndSand


That story is crazy scary and deserves glp's attention for sure.
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Gives me the goosebumps every time I read the account. I have to keep the lights on if I am reading at night.
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The truth will shatter the paradigm and be the stuff of nightmares.
The domes are related to the incident.

They will never release the truth.
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"Russian investigators are set to re-examine the chilling mystery of a deadly hiking trip made by group of Soviet students in 1959. The story spurred more than 70 theories and even inspired Hollywood thriller, ‘The Devil’s Pass’.
Known as the Dyatlov Pass incident the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group in a remote area in the Urals six decades ago remains one of Russia’s most chilling unsolved mysteries. It shocked and bewildered investigators right from the start. After the original probe failed to produce any results, the case was shelved and, by some accounts, even classified.

The eerie story inspired Hollywood director Renny Harlin to make the thriller Devil’s Pass in 2013. Now the authorities are determined to finally uncover what happened.

Investigators are officially reopening the probe, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office, Aleksandr Kurennoy, announced on Friday. The victims’ “relatives, media and the public want to know the truth,” he said...."

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I've watched the movie, and I have hundreds of hour reading s d researching this event.

It is a get nowhere fast kind of search for answers. More mysterious than any story you will ever hear about in our modern times. Do go there...yiu will never want to go camping sleep well again in a tent let alone in a place far from civilization.
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I've always had a fascination with this mystery. I think two of the best explanations are:

1. They were killed by Mansi or Khanty natives. I think this theory is given weight by the fact that the last photo (no. 17) in the Thibeaux-Brignolle camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ) shows what the Discovery Channel theorized was a "Russian Yeti" but what I believe is a Mansi or Khanty hunter stalking the group. The "Mansi Theory" can be summarized as follows:

"At the second week of the investigation the prevalent theory was that the evil Mansi hunters who often camped in Mount Kholat Syakhl committed the crime on the night of the February 1. The information we have on the Dyatlov Case can be mostly attributed to the work of St. Petersburg investigator Evgeniy Vladimirovich Buyanov. What made native Mansi people strong candidates to be the perpetrator:

- There was Mansi "chum" [temporary dwellings] North-East from where Dyatlov group pitched their tent on the night of January 30th. A trail leading to the chum was passing 200 feet from where Dyatlov group camped. So they had an opportunity.

- Mansi knew the area and definitely had the skills to hide their ski tracks and hunt the hikers into the woods.

- Mansi are proud an secluded people. They consider these mountains their hunting grounds. If the Mansi told them that they should not be there, and the hikers took it the wrong way a verbal confrontation could easily escalate into physical.

- Ethnographers knew of Mansi holy places scattered across the Northern Urals - mysterious stones and pagan prayer houses.

- Rumors were circulating of a woman geologist that was tied and thrown in the lake in the 30's. The motive was desecration of Mansi shrines. We don't know if this is fiction and/or what exactly happened. There are no documents introduced to backup this story.

Svetlana Oss in her book "Don't Go There" believes that Khanty hunters who had taken Agaric Fly to get themselves in a killing mood killed Rustem Slobodin with a dynamic head kick and inflicted the chest injuries by jumping or bouncing on the chests of Yuri Doroshenko, Lyuda Dubinina and Semyon Zolotaryov. Svetlana claims, they wanted to avoid shooting so as to foil investigators which is why they sanitized the tent area covering their footprints with snow and making the cuts themselves, thereafter forcing the tourists to discard clothing and footwear which is why Dyatlov's jacket and flashlight were found outside the tent. Svetlana interprets frame No. 17 from Thibeaux-Brignolle camera as a hunter who was following the group and was surprised when they held quietly till the stalker briefly emerge and this photo was taken before the figure retreated back into the woods. This would also explain their choice to pitch the tent away from the treeline. [one of the biggest mysteries in the entire case] Zolotaryov and Thibeaux were almost fully clothed and wearing some kind of footwear. Zolotaryov was found with a camera around his neck. We speculate that the two might have gone outside the tent to relief themselves and Zolotaryov took his camera because something interesting was going on. Related to this theory questions are if Khanty hunters stalk them and did the Shaman interpret the unusual lights in the night sky [military tests] as permission from the spirits to uphold their tradition that to them the mountain was sacred and forbidden to strangers, especially to women, who may not gaze upon it? Indeed had some of the group cut slit holes [from the inside of the tent] so as to surveil where their stalkers might be? The case of the Khanty hunters made by Svetlana Oss ends with a possible clue regarding a rifle that somebody bought from a native who implied while drinking that he witnessed the incident."
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2. They died as a result of exactly what the investigators concluded: "an unknown compelling force." Three scientific theories have been proposed: Ball-lightning, Karman Vortex and Gravity Fluctuation. They are summarized here: [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)]

There was definitely something going on in the sky the night (or early morning) they died. Two of the last photos taken (in two different cameras, no less) - frame no.34 from Krivonischenko's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ) and frame no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ), show some sort of bright, yet unexplained, event taking place in the sky soon before they perished.
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There was definitely something going on in the sky the night (or early morning) they died. Two of the last photos taken (in two different cameras, no less) - frame no.34 from Krivonischenko's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ) and frame no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ), show some sort of bright, yet unexplained, event taking place in the sky soon before they perished.
 Quoting: EightAndSand

The site seems to dismiss photo 34 as something that was shot when the lab technician was inspecting the camera.
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There was definitely something going on in the sky the night (or early morning) they died. Two of the last photos taken (in two different cameras, no less) - frame no.34 from Krivonischenko's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ) and frame no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ), show some sort of bright, yet unexplained, event taking place in the sky soon before they perished.
 Quoting: EightAndSand

The site seems to dismiss photo 34 as something that was shot when the lab technician was inspecting the camera.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


I doubt it. Given that photo no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera definitely shows the heads of three individuals with a very bright object in the sky.

It still remains a mystery why they were camping on that exposed mountain slope to begin with, given that these were very experienced outdoorsmen and there was a sheltered treeline nearby. It's like they were afraid of the treeline (this would bolster the "hunted" theory for their demise).

It still remains a mystery why some of them cut the tent from the inside and then fled down into the treeline in an calm fashion.

And another huge mystery is why some of them left the tent in their underwear and why a few of them thought it was more important to take cameras with them as they suddenly fled, rather than extra clothes or other more important survival gear.
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My hypothesis is as follows. The victims were probably killed by CIA agents. Remember Cold War, U2 incident, etc.
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There was definitely something going on in the sky the night (or early morning) they died. Two of the last photos taken (in two different cameras, no less) - frame no.34 from Krivonischenko's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ) and frame no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ), show some sort of bright, yet unexplained, event taking place in the sky soon before they perished.
 Quoting: EightAndSand

The site seems to dismiss photo 34 as something that was shot when the lab technician was inspecting the camera.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


I doubt it. Given that photo no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera definitely shows the heads of three individuals with a very bright object in the sky.
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To me the creepiest photo is no. 17 in the Thibeaux-Brignolle camera. The stalker.
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My hypothesis is as follows. The victims were probably killed by CIA agents. Remember Cold War, U2 incident, etc.
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That's definitely a contender. Some of the guys on this hiking expedition were definitely involved with Russian intel. Some were what we would today call "special forces veterans" from the WWII Soviet forces.
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There was definitely something going on in the sky the night (or early morning) they died. Two of the last photos taken (in two different cameras, no less) - frame no.34 from Krivonischenko's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ) and frame no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera ( [link to dyatlovpass.com (secure)] ), show some sort of bright, yet unexplained, event taking place in the sky soon before they perished.
 Quoting: EightAndSand

The site seems to dismiss photo 34 as something that was shot when the lab technician was inspecting the camera.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


I doubt it. Given that photo no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera definitely shows the heads of three individuals with a very bright object in the sky.
 Quoting: EightAndSand


To me the creepiest photo is no. 17 in the Thibeaux-Brignolle camera. The stalker.
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Yes. Especially given that it was the very last photo captured by that camera. If the hikers were being hunted by local Mansi or Khanty hunters, it would make sense that they would camp on the slope rather than in the treeline. Again, the fact that they pitched their tents on an exposed slope that offered no natural protection to the wind or elements, is one the biggest mystery of this case. Why would such an experienced team suddenly set up camp in such an exposed location? Some pressing reason must have forced them to do so.
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The site seems to dismiss photo 34 as something that was shot when the lab technician was inspecting the camera.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


I doubt it. Given that photo no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera definitely shows the heads of three individuals with a very bright object in the sky.
 Quoting: EightAndSand


To me the creepiest photo is no. 17 in the Thibeaux-Brignolle camera. The stalker.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


Yes. Especially given that it was the very last photo captured by that camera. If the hikers were being hunted by local Mansi or Khanty hunters, it would make sense that they would camp on the slope rather than in the treeline. Again, the fact that they pitched their tents on an exposed slope that offered no natural protection to the wind or elements, is one the biggest mystery of this case. Why would such an experienced team suddenly set up camp in such an exposed location? Some pressing reason must have forced them to do so.
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Maybe they thought they were being followed and camped outside the treeline so that it would be easier to keep watch. Some victims were dressed up properly, so they could have been keeping watch outside the tent.
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I doubt it. Given that photo no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera definitely shows the heads of three individuals with a very bright object in the sky.
 Quoting: EightAndSand


To me the creepiest photo is no. 17 in the Thibeaux-Brignolle camera. The stalker.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


Yes. Especially given that it was the very last photo captured by that camera. If the hikers were being hunted by local Mansi or Khanty hunters, it would make sense that they would camp on the slope rather than in the treeline. Again, the fact that they pitched their tents on an exposed slope that offered no natural protection to the wind or elements, is one the biggest mystery of this case. Why would such an experienced team suddenly set up camp in such an exposed location? Some pressing reason must have forced them to do so.
 Quoting: EightAndSand

Maybe they thought they were being followed and camped outside the treeline so that it would be easier to keep watch. Some victims were dressed up properly, so they could have been keeping watch outside the tent.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


Bingo.
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Of course, the problem with the "Mansi hunters" theory is this: how do you explain the photos of what appear to be bright lights in the sky?? There were also multiple credible reports of "glowing orbs" or "bright lights" in the sky in the location of the hikers on the night they met their demise.
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The site seems to dismiss photo 34 as something that was shot when the lab technician was inspecting the camera.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


I doubt it. Given that photo no.1 in Zolotaryov's camera definitely shows the heads of three individuals with a very bright object in the sky.
 Quoting: EightAndSand


To me the creepiest photo is no. 17 in the Thibeaux-Brignolle camera. The stalker.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


Yes. Especially given that it was the very last photo captured by that camera. If the hikers were being hunted by local Mansi or Khanty hunters, it would make sense that they would camp on the slope rather than in the treeline. Again, the fact that they pitched their tents on an exposed slope that offered no natural protection to the wind or elements, is one the biggest mystery of this case. Why would such an experienced team suddenly set up camp in such an exposed location? Some pressing reason must have forced them to do so.
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If their camp site was exposed to wind it means there was less snow there. Snow tends to pile up in huge amounts around trees/in a forest. To camp there they would have had to prepare a camp site by shoveling a lot of snow. The wind did that for them on the exposed site they used.

So the likely explanation: basic conservation of energy. If they had tents then the wind was no problem for them, no reason to do a lot of physical work to protect from wind if you have tents.

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To me the creepiest photo is no. 17 in the Thibeaux-Brignolle camera. The stalker.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


Yes. Especially given that it was the very last photo captured by that camera. If the hikers were being hunted by local Mansi or Khanty hunters, it would make sense that they would camp on the slope rather than in the treeline. Again, the fact that they pitched their tents on an exposed slope that offered no natural protection to the wind or elements, is one the biggest mystery of this case. Why would such an experienced team suddenly set up camp in such an exposed location? Some pressing reason must have forced them to do so.
 Quoting: EightAndSand

Maybe they thought they were being followed and camped outside the treeline so that it would be easier to keep watch. Some victims were dressed up properly, so they could have been keeping watch outside the tent.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


Bingo.
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Dinaida Kolmogorova and Rustem Slobodin were better dressed than the rest.

Dinaida had bruised skin on the right side of the face, and a long bright red bruise 29x6 cm in the lumbar region on the right side of the torso, looking like a bruise left by a baton.

Rustem had a skull fracture, evidence of nosebleed, bruised knuckles, and swollen lips.

They were keeping watch, got attacked and killed, people in the tent heard it and tried to escape?
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One woman had her eyes, tongue and part of her lips missing.
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They plan to start by examining if the hikers could have killed by an avalanche or a snow storm.
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Yes. Especially given that it was the very last photo captured by that camera. If the hikers were being hunted by local Mansi or Khanty hunters, it would make sense that they would camp on the slope rather than in the treeline. Again, the fact that they pitched their tents on an exposed slope that offered no natural protection to the wind or elements, is one the biggest mystery of this case. Why would such an experienced team suddenly set up camp in such an exposed location? Some pressing reason must have forced them to do so.
 Quoting: EightAndSand

Maybe they thought they were being followed and camped outside the treeline so that it would be easier to keep watch. Some victims were dressed up properly, so they could have been keeping watch outside the tent.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


Bingo.
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Dinaida Kolmogorova and Rustem Slobodin were better dressed than the rest.

Dinaida had bruised skin on the right side of the face, and a long bright red bruise 29x6 cm in the lumbar region on the right side of the torso, looking like a bruise left by a baton.

Rustem had a skull fracture, evidence of nosebleed, bruised knuckles, and swollen lips.

They were keeping watch, got attacked and killed, people in the tent heard it and tried to escape?
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


A very probable theory. I've mentioned the "Mansi hunters" theory and it has quite a bit of probability behind it. But there was another theory involving an attack that also fit many of the facts and was alluded to in a comment above: a hostile, foreign Intelligence service attacked them. It can be summarized as follows:

"Aleksei Rakitin, author of the book "Dyatlov Pass", introduces the version that Semyon Zolotaryov, Aleksander Kolevatov and Yuri Krivonischenko were KGB agents on a mission to uncover a cell of CIA agents. They were to deliver radioactive samples and then take photographs of the Americans, but something went wrong and the CIA agents killed the group. It sound absurd now, but in a state of fear and paranoia this was the only way to spy on Soviet Union. Russians were not stupid either. They repeatedly fooled Western with radioactive-tainted material [decoys] from places that had nothing to do with it.

This brings us to so called theory of Western intelligence involvement. According to this theory two or more members of the Dyatlov group were hired by the KGB to deliver fake proof of radioactive tainted clothes. The rest of the group was probably unaware of the real purpose of their journey. Rakitin version is one which is widely spread now and is quite logical in terms of explanation of the most mysterious issues - radioactive clothes and usage of radiation detectors, gray foam on Doroshenko's face, absence of shoes and upper garments, at least 1 camera missing, etc.

In fact, it was some strange details about the skiers themselves that gave rise to a Cold War spy story scenario. Semyon “Aleksander” Zolotaryov, a 37-year-old bachelor, and instructor at a remote tourist center, joined the group at the last minute. He was a veteran with years of combatant experience who fought for the NKVD, and bore an enigmatic tattoo, “DAERMMUAZUAYA”. Until this day, the word remains un-translated into any known language. Archives of the Ural Polytechnic Institute revealed a remarkable detail about Aleksander Kolevatov: before transferring to the Physics-Technical department at the UPI, he worked in Moscow as a laboratory assistant in a top-secret scientific facility, an unnamed “atomic” institute known as PO Box 3394. And Yuri Krivonischenko worked in a most notorious PO Box, the plant “Mayak” in Chelyabinsk-4010, where a massive nuclear disaster, second in severity only to Chernobyl, occurred in 1957. Researcher Aleksei Rakitin is certain that this peculiar fellowship was not gathered by a whim of chance. Behind the biographies of Zolotaryov, Kolevatov, and Krivonischenko, the brooding shadow of the KGB is distinct. The true objective of the ski trek, unbeknownst to the other seven members, was to deliver radioactive samples to a group of agents of the CIA, and to take pictures of the spies. The latter had been under the guise of ordinary tourists camping at the Mountain of the Dead. The meeting took place on February 1st, but something went wrong, and the Americans realized that the trio was playing a double game. A conflict ensued: a fight, and the brutal massacre of the entire group..."
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One woman had her eyes, tongue and part of her lips missing.
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They plan to start by examining if the hikers could have killed by an avalanche or a snow storm.
 Quoting: RT


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Post mortem photos here. WARNING: not for the faint of heart!!

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They were attacked and killed by the Russian Big Foot.

A great documentary which explains this:


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They were attacked and killed by the Russian Big Foot.

A great documentary which explains this:


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But that theory doesn't explain the photographs of what appear to be bright lights taken the night they perished. The very last frames on two cameras found on two of the dead hikers show the same thing: some bright event taking place in the sky; local eyewitnesses also reported "bright lights" in the vicinity of Dyatlov Pass the night the hikers perished.
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Interestingly, in March, 2018 a Russian hiker named Aleksandr Andreev went missing at Dyatlov Pass:

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13 14 15 frame creepy to me
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13 14 15 frame creepy to me
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Yes, I could never quite understand those frames. It was like he was playing dead.

Also, I've read that there a reels of film missing from one or more of the cameras.
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"Russian investigators are set to re-examine the chilling mystery of a deadly hiking trip made by group of Soviet students in 1959. The story spurred more than 70 theories and even inspired Hollywood thriller, ‘The Devil’s Pass’.
Known as the Dyatlov Pass incident the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group in a remote area in the Urals six decades ago remains one of Russia’s most chilling unsolved mysteries. It shocked and bewildered investigators right from the start. After the original probe failed to produce any results, the case was shelved and, by some accounts, even classified.

The eerie story inspired Hollywood director Renny Harlin to make the thriller Devil’s Pass in 2013. Now the authorities are determined to finally uncover what happened.

Investigators are officially reopening the probe, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office, Aleksandr Kurennoy, announced on Friday. The victims’ “relatives, media and the public want to know the truth,” he said...."

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I've watched the movie, and I have hundreds of hour reading s d researching this event.

It is a get nowhere fast kind of search for answers. More mysterious than any story you will ever hear about in our modern times. Do go there...yiu will never want to go camping sleep well again in a tent let alone in a place far from civilization.
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What Movie?

They made a Movie about this?
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"Russian investigators are set to re-examine the chilling mystery of a deadly hiking trip made by group of Soviet students in 1959. The story spurred more than 70 theories and even inspired Hollywood thriller, ‘The Devil’s Pass’.
Known as the Dyatlov Pass incident the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group in a remote area in the Urals six decades ago remains one of Russia’s most chilling unsolved mysteries. It shocked and bewildered investigators right from the start. After the original probe failed to produce any results, the case was shelved and, by some accounts, even classified.

The eerie story inspired Hollywood director Renny Harlin to make the thriller Devil’s Pass in 2013. Now the authorities are determined to finally uncover what happened.

Investigators are officially reopening the probe, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office, Aleksandr Kurennoy, announced on Friday. The victims’ “relatives, media and the public want to know the truth,” he said...."

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 Quoting: EightAndSand


I've watched the movie, and I have hundreds of hour reading s d researching this event.

It is a get nowhere fast kind of search for answers. More mysterious than any story you will ever hear about in our modern times. Do go there...yiu will never want to go camping sleep well again in a tent let alone in a place far from civilization.
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What Movie?

They made a Movie about this?
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yea a documentary


then theres devils pass that is based on it
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Re: Russian Government set to re-examine one of the world's greatest unsolved mysteries: the Dyatlov Pass Incident
"Russian investigators are set to re-examine the chilling mystery of a deadly hiking trip made by group of Soviet students in 1959. The story spurred more than 70 theories and even inspired Hollywood thriller, ‘The Devil’s Pass’.
Known as the Dyatlov Pass incident the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group in a remote area in the Urals six decades ago remains one of Russia’s most chilling unsolved mysteries. It shocked and bewildered investigators right from the start. After the original probe failed to produce any results, the case was shelved and, by some accounts, even classified.

The eerie story inspired Hollywood director Renny Harlin to make the thriller Devil’s Pass in 2013. Now the authorities are determined to finally uncover what happened.

Investigators are officially reopening the probe, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office, Aleksandr Kurennoy, announced on Friday. The victims’ “relatives, media and the public want to know the truth,” he said...."

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 Quoting: EightAndSand


I've watched the movie, and I have hundreds of hour reading s d researching this event.

It is a get nowhere fast kind of search for answers. More mysterious than any story you will ever hear about in our modern times. Do go there...yiu will never want to go camping sleep well again in a tent let alone in a place far from civilization.
 Quoting: Centurion


What Movie?

They made a Movie about this?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47788790


yea a documentary


then theres devils pass that is based on it
 Quoting: ttowngirl 74059995


Ok cool

Was it very scary?
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Re: Russian Government set to re-examine one of the world's greatest unsolved mysteries: the Dyatlov Pass Incident
Devil's Pass, it was college documentary. really good too. very creepy incident and no way would I want to try to test it out.
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Ok cool

Was it very scary?
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No, but made it seem realistic. Like Blair Witch.





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