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Mountain of the Dead: The Dyatlov Pass Incident. In1959, nine skiers headed out on a journey to the Otorten Mountain Range in the Urals. They never made it. The victims were found frozen to death having run away fro their tents, some in only their socks. Their skin was found to a very high radiation count. What spooked them so much that they abandoned their camp and any hope of survival?

. Fig.5-3 Yury Yudin et Elena Koskin, gardien des archives photographiques de Dyatlov

Dyatlov Pass incident. Nine skiers were found dead and scattered around the grounds wearing either very sparse clothing or just their underwear. The most disturbing things about the site was the a mysterious orange tan on the dead bodies, the ripped tents, the hiker's lack of clothing, the crushing damage done to three of the hikers, the traces of radioactivity, and the women that was missing her tongue. There were no visible defense marks or other signs of a struggle.