Chilling story experienced hikers disappeared in the Ural mountains more than sixty years ago formed the basis of numerous myths, legends and conspiracy theories
The Mysterious death of tourists in the Ural mountains in 1959, for over sixty years, dominates the minds of people from all over the world. On 23 January a group of nine experienced hikers led by Igor Dyatlov went on a hike on the XXI Congress of the CPSU, which was in the highest category of complexity. 1 Feb 1959 in one of the places in the Urals, now known as the «the Dyatlov pass», the group safely took refuge in their tents. However, at night, all the members of the expedition cut the tent from inside and ran out into the bitter cold in underwear and without shoes, and after a while, a search team found the mutilated body of tourists. Now, according to the results of the investigation, representatives of the Prosecutor General stated that he had solved the mystery of the death of Dyatlov's group.
Story of the Dyatlov group – almost a living horror movie. For decades the mysterious death of nine young tourists have turned into a real conspiracy theory. And there is nothing strange. Judge for yourself – suddenly, in the middle of the night, nine people in a hurry cut the tent from inside, as if they were being pursued by some irresistible force, tending to break them into pieces. Without shoes and clothes of tourists fled from the camp, despite the bitter cold. By morning they were all dead. As will establish later Soviet officials, six tourists died of hypothermia, while three had chest injuries and fractures of the skull. One of the women's it was not tongue and eyes.
As RIA Novosti with reference to the Prosecutor General's office, the mysterious were caused by hypothermia, disorientation and avalanche, and recently resumed the investigation is now closed. Comments from representatives of the Prosecutor's office are the latest attempt to dispel the many conspiracy theories and rumors associated with the infamous Dyatlov pass incident. Recall that in 2019, the DPP announced the resumption of the investigation into the mysterious death of Russian tourists in Ural mountains.
pictures of tourists captured on film found at the camp, and presented at the inquiry: Yuri Yudin hugging Lyudmila Dubinin when he prepares to leave the band because of illness, as Igor Dyatlov looks at him.
Six decades ago, the Soviet investigators came to the conclusion that during the night «unknown irresistible force» led two women and seven men to leave their tents and escape from the camp. Some have decided that the cause of death of tourists was murder, and very unusual, and conclusions about the «unknown, irresistible force» has spawned dozens of conspiracy theories, including versions of the attack animals, military testing, and even alien intervention.
The Band went on 50 meters from the tent, and went to the stone ridge is a natural limiter of the avalanche. They did everything right. But there is a second reason why the group was sentenced. When they turned around, they saw the tent – all because they moved 50 metres and the visibility was only 16.
Deputy head of the Prosecutor General in the Urals Federal district Andrey Kurakov.
From the moment the investigation was vasolene, the Prosecutor's office worked 75 versions of the death of Dyatlov's group. Of them have several main missile testing, a nuclear explosion, hurricane, seismic activity in the Northern Urals, unidentified luminous objects (UFOs) and avalanche. As for many years the incident was of great interest to the General public and journalists, in 2013, Hollywood even made a movie based on this tragic history. The incident, as they say, attracted the interest of a young Boris Yeltsin, in those years, the official Communist party, who later became the President of Russia. Yeltsin strongly suspected concealment of the result information, but that was not all.
Roll of black and white film discovered by a search team at the scene showed a happy group of tourists, unaware of the fate that awaits them.
As has been said by the prosecutors, the investigators came to the conclusion that the tourists left their tents at night during severe weather conditions, to avoid possible avalanches, but then disoriented and cold. It is definitely a pretty strange scenario since all the travelers were experienced. However, poor visibility and harsh weather conditions, as believes a consequence, have condemned the group to death. Despite the fact that to dispel any remaining suspicions to the end uneasy, concluded that in poor visibility conditions group was unable to find my tent seems very plausible, and mutilated the bodies of some participants in the campaign were due to avalanches. What do you think, whether tourists died in an avalanche? Response