8 More Missing On Mountain of Death, Dyatlov Pass Site of 1959 Massacre

A leading Russian doctor claimed Semen's injuries were likely the result of a 'big creature'

Dyatlov Pass: Eight tourists go missing in Russia where nine people mysteriously died in 1959 | Daily Mail Online

The eight tourists had made the journey from Moscow to pay tribute to the nine people who had died in the infamous Dyatlov Pass over 60 years ago, local reports said.

  • Local news reported the group wanted to pay tribute to the 1959 victims
  • They were expected to be home by Wednesday, but they are yet to return
  • In 1959, nine cross-country skiers were killed in notorious Dyatlov Pass incident
  • Some found with fractured skulls and chest injuries and others with eyes missing
  • Theories say injuries of the group were from a ‘big creature’ or even from aliens

A group of eight tourists have gone missing in Russia‘s infamous Dyatlov Pass where nine people died in unexplained circumstances in 1959.

The tourists from Moscow ventured into the pass in the rural region of Ural and had not returned by Wednesday morning as expected, Newsweek reported, citing E1.RU.

A source told the Russian outlet: ‘They were supposed to leave at eight o’clock this morning. But they have not returned yet and there is no contact with them.’

The case of the nine missing people in February 1959 sparked conspiracy theories around Soviet military experiments, Yeti attacks, and even alien contact.

The eight tourists had made the journey to pay tribute to the group, who had died there over 60 years ago, E1.RU reported the source as saying.

The Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Sverdlovsk Region told the outlet that it was aware of three registered groups visiting the pass.

Pictured: A supposed image of a yeti that was found on Thibeaux-Brignolles’s camera

Pictured: One of the bodies of the nine people found after they were killed in mysterious circumstances in the Dyatlov Pass in 1959

 

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