The Dyatlov Pass Incident
In 1958, a nine-member group of experienced mountaineers from Russia mysteriously died while hiking up the Ural Mountains. Many have died while climbing steep, unforgiving mountains, but the signs of what took place draw a gruesome scene of unanswerable questions.
According to the rescue team, all nine hikers violently ripped their tents to tatters and ran barefoot into the freezing wilderness. Six of the crew members died of hypothermia, two of them died of fractures in the chest and neck, and the final hiker, who was missing his tongue, died of major head trauma. If that isn’t enough to shock you to your very core, the rescue team also discovered that all of their clothing was highly radioactive.