Soviet Union 1959: The Dyatlov Pass Hiking Incident

Ural Mountains February 1959

Dyatlov Pass Hikers

The Dyatlov Pass Incident is a true story about nine Soviet students, who disappeared during a hiking expedition in the Ural Mountains in February 1959. The search and recovery mission found a perplexing and horrific scene at the camp site. It took up to four months to recover the remains. There were no witnesses. Dyatlov Pass is an enduring narrative about a very sad episode involving seven men and two women. Eight of the hikers were in their early twenties, while the ninth was 38 years old. The information listed in the next section, discusses several theories about how they died.


More Information About The Dyatlov Pass Incident

Dyatlov Pass Finally Solved After 61 Years – But Have They Really Uncovered The Truth?

Night of horror: Russia closes case on Dyatlov mystery, By Dave Makichuk

Russia reopens investigation into 60-year-old Dyatlov Pass mystery, By Mary Ilyushina and Lianne Kolirin

There were nine…., By Lucy Ash

www.dyatlovpass.com – A website that covers the story of the Dyatlov Incident. Videos and articles, some in Russian.

www. amazon.com Dead Mountain: The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident, By Donnie Eichar. Illustrated paperback.

YouTube The Dyatlov Pass Case

Official cause of death of the Dyatlov group revealed, By Victoria Ryabikova

Has science solved one of history’s greatest adventure mysteries? By Robin George Andrews



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