Monday, 21 December 2015

Whilst Looking Around The Internet,

I sometimes come across the same picture, 

of the same story on the same day, like this one, the bizarre fate of nine Russian cross country skiers in the winter of 1959, known as the Dyatlov Pass Incident, I spotted the picture here and then it popped up again in the post at the bottom of this article, briefly this is what happened, from the article, 

'a group of Russian skiers took part in a multi-day trek in temperatures reaching minus 30C, on the night of February 2, 1959, some of the party ripped their tent open from the inside, and ran off into the tundra wearing almost nothing, five of them were later found dead at the bottom of a slope, the other four were discovered a short distance away, weirdly, the four were wearing clothes belonging to the semi-naked five, it gets stranger, multiple members of the party suffered from broken bones and internal damage, far beyond what a fight could have caused, the injuries are consistent with being hit by an avalanche, except for one disturbing detail, all those dead appeared to have been blasted by ultraviolet rays before they died, some were said to look almost completely brown, when Soviet investigators looked into the incident, they found insanely high levels of radiation on some of the bodies,'

so what caused the skiers death? to this day there has never been a answerer as to the cause of the incident, and how strange I should see both pictures on the same day.

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