Dyatlov Pass

Broken Mysteries

Jun 27 2020 • 56 mins

Between February 1 or 2, 1959, a group of nine experienced Russian hikers died in the northern Ural Mountains. The circumstances…strange. All 9 of the bodies were discovered. After Soviet authorities examined the bodies it was determined that 6 of the hikers died from hypothermia, but 3 of the hikers died from inexplicable physical trauma – including a fractured skull, major chest fractures, and even one of the bodies was missing both eyes.The post Dyatlov Pass first appeared on Broken Mysteries.

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