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The Dyatlov Pass Incident

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Transcript of The Dyatlov Pass Incident

The Dyatlov Pass Incident
Possible Theory #2
Another theory is that the Soviet Union was using the area to test nuclear weapons. Evidence supporting such a theory is the radiation in the area. However, this doesn't explain the body without a tongue.
What Is It?
The Dyatlov Pass incident was the deaths of 9 hikers at Dyatlov Pass, Russia that occurred on February 2, 1959. The true cause of the deaths are unknown.
The Facts
- The tongue of one of the bodies was missing.
- There was radiation in the area, and on the clothing of the victims.
- All members left the camp on their own accord.
- Some of the bodies were found in their underwear, or naked.
Possible Theory #1

Sources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyatlov_Pass_incident
http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/dyatlov-pass-incident-strangest-unsolved-mystery
One theory that was presented
was a possible avalanche fall. Evidence supporting this theory are the fact that avalanches in this area were not uncommon and that the tent was covered in snow and ripped. Evidence going against this this theory include the radiation on the clothing and that the tents were ripped open from the inside.
Where It Gets Crazy
Investigators of the Soviet Union concluded that a "a compelling natural force" had caused the deaths, and there hasn't been any real, in depth explanation to the mystery.
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