The Dyatlov Pass Incident


- The Appalachian Trail.

It runs from Maine to Georgia.

It took me all summer.

So you think that you can handle this?


Okay, what makes you want

to do this, Andy?

Well, like I said,

I've climbed pretty much

just about everything

worth climbing in the U.S.

It's time for a new challenge.

Are you scared?


Really? It's just that, you know, we're

re-creating a trip in which nine people died.

Yeah, what, like, 50 years ago?

I mean, come on. Even if it was

the Abominable Snowman...

- Yeti!

- he's dead or moved on by now.

- And you are?

- He's JP Hauser.

- JP.

- Got it.

And you think that you're ready for this?

Man, he spent a year hiking

in the Himalayas. He's ready.

- Really?

- Yeah.

Yeah, I took a little time off.

- A lot of time off.

- Cool.

Like, Hauser like... Hauser Hall?

Like the building that

we're in front of right now?

- That's the one.

- Cool.

That reminds me, I got to get to

Philosophy. I'll catch you kids later.


Now that we had our crew,

it was time to get busy.

We studied our maps

and secured our gear.

We gathered our rations and supplies.

And then we trained

in the local mountains.

We were all getting excited

and eager to go.

I hate these freakin' snowshoes.

But you look so cool in them, Jensen.

Hey, I think you guys

are getting the hang of it!

Almost as much as I hate him.


And now it's January 25th.

Time to go.

The search continues today

for five Oregon University students

who disappeared last month

in the Ural Mountains.

You may recall that three days ago,

rescue workers uncovered items

that apparently belonged

to the students,

including tents, backpacks,

and other equipment.

Our Russian correspondent,

Ivan Kudryavtsev,

with Russian news channel 24,

has more.

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