The Dyatlov Pass Case

The Dyatlov Pass Case

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in early 1959 the group of hikers decided to head out on an expedition across a mountainous region of Western Soviet Union the group consisted of nine experienced men and women greatly familiar with the Siberian wilderness yet this adventure would prove to be their last despite a criminal investigation photographs and journal entries the case remains unsolved after more than half a century this is the case of Dyatlov pass
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[Music] in the early morning of January the 23rd 1959 a ski and hiking team of ten and boarded a train headed for the Ural Mountains in the middle of the Soviet Union the group consisted of eight men and two women with igor dyatlov as the group's leader as the train slowly advanced deep into the mountainous Siberian taiga the group diary received a final entry I wonder what awaits us on this hike
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will anything new happen over the next few days the group continued to alter Kate between modes of transportation first a bus then a truck then a horse and sleigh and eventually they proceeded on foot and skis On January 2 28th one of the hikers named Yuri Yudin had begun to feel quite ill and eventually decided to head back while the remaining group of nine continued as planned these photos were taken just before they parted ways and it would be the last time he saw his friends alive the group
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resumed their expedition across the snow-covered outback and documented everything of notes using Diaries as well as multiple cameras recovered photos and journal entries suggests that the trek progressed as one would expect with no unforeseen complications just lots of snow bitter cold and an increasingly arduous landscape On February the 1st they reached the foot of a mountain known to the indigenous Mansi population as dead mountain they spend a better part of the day progressing up the slope and eventually
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decide to set up camp only a few hundred meters from the peak these are some of the last photos recovered from the cameras and the last sentence of the final entry reads it is difficult to imagine such a comfort on the ridge with shrill howling wind hundreds of kilometers from human settlements a few weeks later friends and relatives begin to worry no one has heard from Igor or any of the other members of the group
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after much debate a team of volunteers eventually head out to find them On February the 26th the search party is finally able to locate the camp on the slope it's obvious to the first at the scene that something has gone horribly wrong the tent is in scrambles covered by a thin coat of snow the hikers belongings and equipment was found orderly placed inside the tent but the tent itself had been slashed open with a knife from the inside the next day nine
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pairs of footprints lead the search volunteers down the slope to watch the nearby woods given that the footprints left rather mild indentations in the snow would suggest that they descended the slope in a rather calm and orderly fashion as opposed to running away in panic the footprints could be tracked for about half a kilometer from the tent until the trade was completely covered by snow so they continued in the direction of the trail and under a launch cedar tree at the edge of the forest next to the remains of an
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improvised campfire they found the frozen bodies of yuri doroshenko and yuri krivonishenko it would take over two months for the bodies of all nine hikers to be recovered the first two were found severely underdressed no jackets no pants no gloves hats boots or anything else one might expect given a frigid climate only light shirts on the pants and socks at the time of their death it would have been around 30 degrees below
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zero the cedar tree had signs of damage as if someone had climbed it with branches broken up to five metres high perhaps they were attempting to locate a tent in the pitch-black darkness or perhaps they were trying to hide from someone or something the next three hikers were found at varying distances between the tent and a tree covered by a few centimeters of snow they were better dressed in the previous two but not by much as they still lacked essential items such as boots hats and gloves they
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were all found facing the direction of the ten as if they were struggling to return at the moment of death while some of them had sustained minor injuries all five had died of hypothermia it should also be noted that four of them had died while intoxicated the last four hikers were found at the bottom of a small hill covered by three metres of snow 75 metres from the tree in the opposite direction of the tent three of them had sustained lethal injuries one
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had a fractured skull and two had fractured multiple ribs and suffered massive internal bleeding the medical examiner believed injuries had been sustained from a fall and compared it to a car crash the injuries have been sustained while they were all alive and could not have been inflicted by another person who had also been found with gaping eye sockets and one of the women had a missing tongue the last of the four had a broken nose and a deformed neck but died of hypothermia
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the most mysterious of all three articles of clothing were later found to be abnormally radioactive on May 28th the criminal case was discontinued with a cryptic and incredibly vague conclusion the lead investigator writes in the final report the cause of death was an unknown compelling force which the hikers were unable to overcome not exactly the most satisfying answer and barely a conclusion at all so just in
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case the Galactic Empire had nothing to do with the death of the hikers is it possible to explain some of the more enigmatic details in a less vague yet credible fashion let's give it a shot the fact that dubinina was missing her tongue has been taken way out of proportion some say that it was cut off or ripped out while she was still alive others say it was eaten by scavengers of the death while some even claimed a tongue was later found somewhere else but I've read
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the medical reports and this is what it says the diaphragm of the mouth and the tongue is missing that's it there's nothing about cutting or ripping or anything I don't know how or where it began but there seems to be an exaggerated importance placed on this missing tongue while in reality it's a rather minor detail at least the medical examiner believed it to be a minor detail otherwise he would likely have elaborated further for example at the same section of the same report states
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gaping orbits the eye bolts are absent equally mysterious writes well no because the medical examiner does provide an explanation for both soft tissue injuries to the head or postmortem changes to the be Nina's corpse which was recently exposed to water prior to detection he even adds beautification and decomposition in parentheses to clarify exactly what it means and this was not even exclusive to Debby Nina as the four last bodies were all damaged due to the melting snow now
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some who claim that her tongue must have been removed while she was still alive have pointed to the fact that she had about 100 grams of blood in her stomach but that's not exactly true either the relevant portion of the forensic examination reads the stomach contained up to 100 cubic centimeters of a dark red slimy mass that's about 10 centimeters of something most likely food mixed with something red most likely blood so we don't know how much blood was in her stomach just that there was blood in her stomach which
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isn't that strange given that she was suffering from massive internal bleeding one of the most mysterious aspects of this case is that three separate articles of clothing discovered on two of the bodies were found to be radioactive which does indeed sound a bit mysterious but you have to keep in mind that almost everything is slightly radioactive so we need more details the radiological studies claimed at under normal circumstances an area of
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150 square centimeters should not exceed 5000 at disintegrations per minute only three articles of clothing exceeded or equaled that limit at 5000 DPM 5,600 DPM and 9 900 DPM the only explanation given in the report is that the clothes were contaminated as radioactive dust fell from the atmosphere or the clothes were susceptible to contamination when in contact with radioactive substances in other words they were unable to
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determine exactly how the clothes were contaminated but it's not unrealistic to believe it to be a result of natural processes but just in case it wasn't due to elements there may be an alternative explanation kolevatov had previously worked at a facility developing nuclear materials and krivonishenko had previously worked at a top-secret plutonium production plant for nuclear weapons and the three articles of radioactive clothing belonged to Kalavati oov in craven ischenko around
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the time of the hikers disappearance numerous sources claimed to have seen UFOs in the form of orbs of light moving across the night sky for a few seconds up to several minutes these include three soldiers and two different hiking groups some witnesses also claimed that the indigenous Mansi population as well as a group of geologists had told them that they had observed fireballs in the sky around the time of the incident the problem with UFO sightings is that they are well unidentified and often
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unverifiable as a result only one of the hiking groups reported to have seen the UFO during the night of the incident why the other sightings occurred before or after then there's this this is the very last photo taken with one of the hikers cameras it appears to be a photo of some type of light source taken in the middle of the night unfortunately the photo is about us on descriptive as the UFO it is claimed to depict it could no doubt be a photo of a
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UFO and it could no doubt be a photo of a candle flashlight fire stove or anything else but let's assume that it is a photo of something in the night sky what could it potentially be depicting I can think of a few possibilities a rocket a piece of a rocket manmade space debris during the entry a crashing aircraft or perhaps a meat-eor none of which would be too surprising given that this is the Soviet Union in the middle of the Cold War as well as the space race so there would
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have been a lot of aerial activity at the time when the space exploration was about as fresh as a prince living in an affluent la neighborhood it's not surprising that people were unable to identify the mysterious lights regardless it could not have landed close to the hikers as it would have been found by the search teams and if the object had already been recovered there should have been evidence in the form of a crash site footprints and other activity on the ground so given the fact that there is no obvious connection between the UFO and the
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hikers disappearance I'll put this in the spooky red herring box so what happened why did they leave the tent why was it slashed open from the inside how did some of them sustain such major injuries while the others simply succumbed to the cold why were so many of them on there dressed I think the biggest mystery is how it's been able to remain a mystery given the abundance of information so after spending the better part of this month hiring multiple
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russian translators reading through a massive amount of material ranging from theories about the KGB cover-up to a simple avalanche accident this is what I believe to be the most credible explanation first of all why would they leave the tent that seems to be the most important missing piece of the puzzle I would argue that the only thing that could make them leave it would have to be an immediate threat inside a tent if something was outside such as an animal
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or a UFO and there would be no reason to cut the tent open there were no signs of an avalanche however they could have escaped believing an avalanche was stumbling towards them the problem with that theory is that the footprints show them walking in a calm and orderly manner down the slope as opposed to running away in panic so something caused them to panic inside a tent but once outside they calmed down and made a conscious decision to walk the slope now take a look at this photo
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the pipe sticking out of the tent entrance is the exhaust pipe of the internal stove this was a completely unique and homemade sign as the leader of the group had built the stove himself we know they had used the stove on the night of the incident before the incident took place has partially eaten pieces of fried ham and bacon were found inside a tent I think that after disassembling the stove and removing the exhaust pipe the embers inside the stove were accidentally reignited as the
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exhaust pipe had been removed the smoke would have filled the tent in seconds as they attempted to get control of the flame they cut a few holes at the top of the tent to vent the smoke when that didn't work and it became increasingly difficult to breathe this side of the tent was slashed open and they all escaped in a state of panic there's even more evidence to support this theory several members of the group were found with burn marks on both their bodies and clothing which could definitely have been a result of the improvised fire
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under the tree or perhaps a scolding hot metal stove some of them were also found with blood around their mouths and coughing up blood could be a symptom of smoke inhalation then there's this photo taken the day before the incident the jacket has obviously been burned but the question is how it's possible that sparks from the stove had accidentally set the jacket aflame ok so they make it outside and quickly realize what a terrible situation they're in sub-zero
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temperatures no shelter underdressed in the middle of a snowstorm in the middle of the night in the middle of nowhere at this point I think one or more of them made a decision to head for the nearest shelter which they would have known to be the woods the reasoning behind this decision is likely multifaceted the smoke from the tent could have made it impossible to stay within its proximity and all the smoke may have caused him to believe that the tent was on fire some of them were intoxicated which could have affected their judgement as well as their
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sensibility to the cold and they may also have believed to be closer to the woods than they actually were so they finally reach the woods and immediately set out to make a fire son climbed a tree and scavenged the surrounding area while those who are more properly dressed had a bit deeper into the woods about 75 metres from the tree four of them trigger a minor Avalanche taking them over the edge of the ravine with a drop of about 3 metres as the bottom is filled with rocks and
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ice they sustain lethal injuries three of the other five hikers decide to head back for the tent while the remaining two slowly freeze to death around a fading flame [Music] you [Music]

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