The Dyatlov Pass Incident


Good afternoon, Ivan Kudryavtsev and

you are watching channel Russia 24.

We continue covering the event that

captures the international media attention

and is the country 's most

talked about news.

The mysterious disappearance of a group

of American documentaries in the Urals

which, as you may know, followed

the steps of Igor Dyatlov,

whose nine members were killed in

mysterious circumstances in 1959.

The experts handle various theories

to explain the disappearances.

The weather here can be dangerous, the temperature

can drop to -50 and winds are brutal.

Wind can change direction in an instant.

At the top, the wind blows towards the

west and a little further down east.

So when someone goes up the mountain and

believes that they are moving in a straight line

they actually go completely in the other direction.

We do not know how prepared they are for

climatic conditions of northern Russia.

I think they made contact with aliens,

a ship or something...

There have been many curious

events in the area in recent years.

The more I study the site,

hearing more storys that are...

...mystical, even sinister.

There are so many unexplained mysteries in that area,

it feeds such theories, even the mystical.

It's understandable, as long as there are

stories, objects that cant be explained,

and to this day they are common,

the stories of the yeti footprints.

Also a native tribe in the area,

Mansi, have their own theory.

Mansi Elders recall that when

Dyatlov group disappeared,

There were loud noises and strange

eunexplained fireballs over the mountains

We believe that in that place...

...two worlds collide.

You can move from one world to another.

That's where you enter the world of spirits.

Russia Channel 24 will continue to report

on recent disappearances north of the Urals

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