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In January 1959, ten healthy athletic cross country skiers began on their camping trip in Russia’s Ural Mountains. They settled their camp on the edge of the mountain, Kholat Syakhl, a name which means “Mountain of the Dead”. Only one of the group members returned alive. Those that didn’t make it back were found mostly naked and shoeless almost a mile from their camp, their bones broken from crushing, one’s tongue was missing, and what little clothes they had were highly radioactive. Welcome to Dyatlov Pass…

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