15 Conflicting Theories Of The Dead Mountain Incident

15 Conflicting Theories Of The Dead Mountain Incident

On February 2nd, 1959 in the Ural Mountains of Soviet Russia, investigators found a grisly scene; the remains of nine missing mountain climbers scattered across a campsite. Soviet police determined they had died of hypothermia and attempted to put the case to rest. Unbeknownst to the public and anyone outside select party leaders, the victims had other injuries as well. One of the female hikers was missing her tongue which appeared to have been ripped out, some showed signs of physical trauma and what looked like radiation burns.

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