posted on Sep, 6 2013 @ 08:07 AM
reply to post by neformore
I could not agree more Nef, in fact, if you don't mind, here is a little teaser for those who may not be aware of this truly bizarre case of the
unexplained (taken from my Earths Unsolved X-Files thread - Part 2, #6)
The definition of an X-File...........
The Dyatlov Pass incident.
Stories like this one are show-stoppers. Please hit the link because the following simply does not do this story justice.
Ten very experienced ski hikers departed on a trip towards Russia's Otorten Mountain. On January 25, 1959, the group reached Ivdel and took a
truck north to Vizhai.
It was the last time any of them were seen alive.
On the 26th, the rescuers came across the team's abandoned campsite. It was deserted and the tent was badly damaged as if something had ripped through
it. Oddly, it appeared not as if something had tried to get into the tent, but rather like someone had ripped their way out. Tracks were found leading
away from the camp and, 500 meters away, the found the first two hikers next to the remains of a campfire - both of them were dead, shoeless, and in
only their underwear. Between the position of the first bodies, they found three more. The positions of the corpses suggested that they were trying to
return to the original camp, but succumbed along the way. It was two months later that the remaining four hikers were found further into the
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