Hi CrazyDude, I hope you don't think I'm cyber stalking you, but I'm the one that referred you over here. I spend a bit of time here, but never signed
up til I saw your post.
Seeing that you followed my advice and posted over here convinces me 100% that you are looking for answers and not just posting to share a cool story
or look for attention.
In our other conversation (for those interested) I posted about the Dyatlov Pass
) where 9 Russian hikers went missing under similarly eerie
If you would feel comfortable, I would highly recommend you post what you found in the logs, I think it was highly interesting and would add a bit to
the conversation. But I'll leave that up to you to decide.
Good to see you over here, and, no, you're not crazy, dude.
Edit because your situation has me thinking:
If you want an explanation for what happened, I'll tell you what I, as an armchair conspiracy theorist, think.
The most likely explanation I can think of would be the government testing out new drugs on soldiers to make them harder/better/faster/stronger. We
know that troops have been given various drugs
to test the
effects and try to make a better soldier
. Some think they've moved beyond recreational drugs
and on to drugs tailor made to improve soldiers in the field. Things like increased strength, agility, cognitive abilities would be a great advantage
to a soldier. Of course any drug they gave them may not be without it's side effects. In this case it may have caused hallucinations and severe
dementia. Which would cause them to hear/see things, and ultimately wander into the wilderness not to be seen again.
That would be my most rational explanation, I could get into something about a Bermuda Triangle in the Yukon somewhere, maybe even aliens, but even I
think that's a little far fetched.
But to be honest, no one here can tell you for sure one way or the other, we can only guess just like you. Our reality is made up of things that are
seen by us and verified by others. So many people have to live their lives having seen a UFO, or ghost, or bigfoot, but having no one else to verify
it for them. They will have to live their lives always wondering.
But to be honest, I think from what I heard, it was a drug experiment gone awry.
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