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The Dyatlov pass case has been reopened-high strangeness at it's best

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posted on Feb, 9 2019 @ 11:34 AM
a reply to: 772STi
many many thanks 772sti. i'd gotten lost in a couple of old russian maps and it went downhill from there lol!

to add, the two reactors I believe operating at the time F-1 and Unit-0 were open-circuit-cooling discharging straight into the Techa river and the airborne aerolised emissions were stated as pluming North on a regular basis according to a Los Alamos report LA-921 7-MS
Issued:January1982 An Analysis of the Alleged Kyshtym Disaster DianeM.Soran DannyB.Stillman

edit on 9-2-2019 by fakedirt because: h

posted on Feb, 9 2019 @ 11:43 AM
a reply to: fakedirt

No problem. I feel your pain it also doesn't help that half the cities in Russia have had there named changed 3 times since the 40s.

posted on Feb, 9 2019 @ 03:00 PM
a reply to: sapien82

I'm glad you mentioned about the lights I has also read that locals had reported seeing them around the time that the hikers were in the pass, some people theorised that it was an experimental weapons testing by the Russian government hence the unusual levels of radiation found on a couple of the victims. But I personally don't think that is the case. I know they wouldn't exactly admit if it had been them but when they investigated the only conclusion they could come too was "The demise of the dylatov party was the result of an unknown compelling force" somehow I don't think they would have stoked the fires of mystery if they had something to do with it. So who knows. It's also strange how the hikers found furthest away from the camp suffered the most traumatic Injuries I have always found that curious.

posted on Feb, 9 2019 @ 04:56 PM

originally posted by: szino9
a reply to: fleabit
I like your take on this, but.... how does the single body mutilation fits in it?

If I can remember correct this females tongue was cut out from the root while she was still alive...because of the blood found in her stomach. I think the woman witnessed one of her friends being murdered and started screaming like someone crazy and did the "object" take interest in her....and needed to examen where this noise was coming from.

One or some of the men had wounds on their hands simular which can be caused by fighting. Imho all the injuries are consistent with the group being attacked by something "indistructable" and too powerfull for them. A few tried to fight the "thing" maybe to save their friends or to defend their own life. Although it is told some died because of the elements I wonder if it had a criminal intent not to leave any witnesses you can ask yourself if it was an alien attack....or something human.

I think it was a good analisys that the broken branches of the tree indicated that the tree was have a view what was happening at the tent. The way I see it ...why everybody fled the tent with fear to lose their life if they stayed.. Something entered suddently the tent...or maybe the intense heat of the light caused them to cut the tent and get out.

It reminds me of what happened on the skinwalker ranch with those bulls. In someway they were transported through the metal gate..through the wall of the container into the container. Or some other stories of aliens goig through solid walls..

Anyways... a real mystery which will never be solved unless there is more understanding of what is going on with these interacting aliens.

On the side... there was this erie story of a woodcutter...or miner. He was alone when these lights appeared..they triggered a intense fear in him and whenever he looked at the lights they came after him. As if they his eyes were needed for the lights to track him...

Brrrr...scary stuff

posted on Feb, 9 2019 @ 08:37 PM
a reply to: zatara
Here is something quite interesting I found on Wikipedia.
Indeed, many of those who had remained silent for thirty years reported new facts about the accident. One of them was the former police officer, Lev Ivanov (Лев Иванов), who led the official inquest in 1959. In 1990, he published an article which included his admission that the investigation team had no rational explanation for the accident. He also stated that, after his team reported that they had seen flying spheres, he then received direct orders from high-ranking regional officials to dismiss this claim.[24][25]

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