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Dead Mountain The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident

And elevated levels of radiation found on some of their clothes have led to decades of speculation over what really happened This gripping work of literary nonfiction delves into the mystery through unprecedented access to the hikers' own journals and photographs rarely seen government records dozens of interviews and the au. This is one creepy ass unsolved mystery and I haven t been able to stop thinking about it The true story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident and the inexplicable deaths of nine experienced hikers is one of those strange but true tales that leaves a person shuddering from the heebie jeebies Remote and inhospitable Ural Mountains Russia February 1959A group of nine university students 7 men 2 women set up their tent for the evening The experienced hikers begin the ritual of settling in for the night ahead removing packs and boots and outer layers of clothing The stove in the middle of the large canvas tent remains unlit Whatever happens next occurs before the evening mealFor reasons unknown to this day all nine hikers suddenly abandon their tent and go running out into the frigid night improperly clothed and in sock feet So desperate were they to get away some of the hikers cut their way out of the back of the tent rather than go out the front When the bodies are later recovered some have died from hypothermia others are found in a deep ravine with violent injuries such as crushed ribs fractured skull and one of the hikers is missing her tongue What force or event could have possibly compelled nine seasoned hikers to all lose their shit at the same time and act in such an erratic and life threatening manner To leave the sanctuary of their tent and flee into the frozen night barely dressed to certain deathIt has been established that it was no avalanche So what else does that leaveOver the years theories have abounded from the plausible and sane to the completely nutty Donnie Eichar goes on a uest halfway around the world to retrace the steps of the Dyatlov group searching for the truth of what happened that night In his uest he meets some colorful Russian characters including a tenth member of the Dyatlov group who turned back at the last minute a decision that saved his life This book is really three narratives woven together 1 the Dyatlov Incident pieced together from photos and journals the doomed hikers painstakingly kept along the way 2 the search and rescue which followed and 3 Eichar s trips to Russia and his own trek to Dead Mountain As I followed in the hikers footsteps reading their journal entries seeing their smiling faces in the photographs I couldn t help become emotional for the horror I knew was waiting for them It s a story that s as sad as it is unsettling After three years of research and exhaustive interviews Eichar is able to put forth an interesting theory about what exactly happened that night one that certainly has substance than UFO s or the Abominable Snowman Yet it s still only a theory The maddening pull your hair out aspect of this story is that we will probably never know what happened that night It is a secret that the young hikers took to their untimely and tragic graves Photo Yuri Yudin hugging Lyudmila Dubinina as he prepares to leave the group because of illness as Igor Dyatlov looks on smiling

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In February 1959 a group of nine experienced hikers in the Russian Ural Mountains died mysteriously on an elevation known as Dead Mountain Eerie aspects of the incident unexplained violent injuries signs that they cut open and fled the tent without proper clothing or shoes a strange final photograph taken by one of the hikers. A couple months ago I came across this article from Atlas Obscura titled the 10 Must Visit Spots for Mystery Lovers which immediately piued my interest was completely unfamiliar with what has become to be known as The Dyatlov Pass Incident and I immediately wanted to find out what I could about this chilling unsolved mystery so I began to Google any and all information and that search brought me to this book which just happened to be available at my local library Nine Russian professional hikers 7 men and 2 women set out to hike into the Ural Mountains On February 1st 1959 it appears these hikers escaped into the night without so much as shoes on their feet in 25 degree weather and 40 MPH winds only to be found dead within a mile radius of their tent Six of their deaths are proven to be from the elements and hypothermia but the remaining four Well this is where it gets interesting All are victims of blunt force trauma internal hemorrhaging and one unfortunate victim even has their tongue removed Upon further investigation it appears that their tent which remained secure was found to have shreds in the back made by knives but not from the outside it s as if they were trying to escape from the inside High levels of radiation were also found in their clothing The theories ranged from Mansi killers military cover ups fire orbs snowmen aliens but ultimately no theory has yet to be proven The families were left with this explanation an unknown compelling force For the next forty plus years the families and friends of the hikers would have nothing than this cryptic summation to explain the secretive behavior of their government and the harrowing deaths of the people they had lovedThe author here presents his theory for what he believes happened and it s definitely plausible but like all great mysteries we really will never know and I find that so fascinating Worth the read

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Thor's retracing of the hikers' fateful journey in the Russian winter A fascinating portrait of the young hikers in the Soviet era and a skillful interweaving of the hikers narrative the investigators' efforts and the author's investigations here for the first time is the real story of what happened that night on Dead Mountai. 35 overall this was a really interesting read I enjoyed the writing style and the way Eichar covered his story the one of the investigators and the one of the hikers as far as that was possible That made it easy to understand and kept up the suspense But I m not sure if I m satisfied with the conclusion of his theory And I m a little disappointed that he spent all that time laying out the timelines but his actual theory on what happened was only discussed in the last 20 pages or so He didn t really spend much time on explaining and convincing the reader of his theory


About the Author: Donnie Eichar

Author Donne Eichar is an acclaimed director producer and writer of film and television



10 thoughts on “Dead Mountain The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident

  1. says:

    How’s this for a mystery? In February 1959 nine Russian hikers ventured into the Ural Mountains and never returned When searchers went looking for them they discovered a distressing scene The hikers’ tent had been cut open Despite ample su

  2. says:

    Why would nine experienced outdoorsmen and women rush out of their tent insufficiently clothed in twenty five degrees below zero conditions and walk a mile toward certain death? One or two might have made the unfathomable mistake of leaving the safety of camp but all nine?That really is the uestion in this book

  3. says:

    A couple months ago I came across this article from Atlas Obscura titled the 10 Must Visit Spots for Mystery Lovers which immediately piued my interest was completely unfamiliar with what has become to be known as The Dyatlov Pass Incident and

  4. says:

    This is one creepy ass unsolved mystery and I haven't been able to stop thinking about it The true story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident and the inexplicable deaths of nine experienced hikers is one of those strange but true tales that leaves a person shuddering from the heebie jeebies Remote and inhospitable Ural Mountains Russia Febr

  5. says:

    An Excellent Read Thank you to Mr Donnie Eichar for finally satisfying my curiosity on the Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident I had come across this story on a couple of occasions but had very little information on it and

  6. says:

    ★★★5It was interesting but I didn‘t really care about research Theories were intriguing and his explanation was fascinating and easily understandable

  7. says:

    35 overall this was a really interesting read I enjoyed the writing style and the way Eichar covered his story the one of the investigators and the one of the hikers as far as that was possible That made it easy to understand and kept up the suspense But I'm not sure if I'm satisfied with the conclusion of his theory An

  8. says:

    45 relieved STARS ★★★★✬ This book is for you if a significant amount of your brainpower has been used to analyse and over think what happened to the 9 experienced hikers in that night that connected February 1st and 2nd of 1959 in the Ural Mountains You will not find wild and unscientific speculations but facts and science Mystery and true crime fans will devour this and if you're one of them you've

  9. says:

    We are fragile beings The camaraderie of a group their emotions their smiles only last so long Through photographs the eternal message of latter daysWhen a book stays on your mind continuously for several days you have to then try to reason why Why am I still thinking about this? Why does it seem to affect me in the long run than when I initially read it?Humans as a whole are curious; the search for knowledge

  10. says:

    The Dyatlov Pass IncidentIn this riveting and informative non fiction read Documentary Filmmaker and Author Donnie Eichar pieces together the mystery of WHY nine young experienced Russian hikers left their tent after dark wi

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