posted on Dec, 24 2013 @ 11:41 AM
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind
The answer is blowing in the wind...
oops, wrong thread! I don't believe the wind theory either. So the documentary was wrong? There were no pulverized bones inside otherwise unmarked
bodies? The images I saw from the rescue team that found them certainly showed what appeared to be burnt places on them, even the exposed bones. Could
have been extreme cold that caused the skin to blacken, but does it blacken bone?
The documentary also said there were barefoot prints leading away from the tent, which had been ripped open from the inside. Not sure what animals run
around at that elevation, but I don't think several of them would have been found in the same area together as much if it was animals picking. They
usually end up dragging their food away from other animals to keep it all to themselves. And they sure didn't eat much, either.
This has always fascinated me, and it's good to see people still talking about it. I'd love to know the answer one day.