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Dyatlov Pass Mystery Solved!

The Dyatlov Pass incident is whispered about among conspiracy theorists and Bigfoot enthusiasts. In 1959, young hikers took off into the Ural Mountains of Russia in the icy nasty conditions and when they didn't make it back, a search party found them - frozen and dead. There were signs that they were in a rush to escape their tents and their bodies were found in odd descriptions.
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