For almost exactly 60 years ago found a myteomspunnet accident place in the northern Urals in today's Russia.
On the puzzling show ended an expedition to the Kholat Syakhl mountain, with a whole day of skiing-the result of nine lost their lives. The details surrounding the deaths have given life to several books, documentary films, a feature film and the entire 75 different theories about what had really happened. The many theories ranging from alien attacks, to the fact that the crew were the victims of a nuclear test.
the Accident has since been referred to as the "incident at Dyatlov pass".
On the basis of the pressure from the etterlattes families, and still is speculation in the community 60 years later, the Russian authorities now decided to resume the case. It writes the write several international media.FOUND the TENT: Letemannskapene quickly found the tent to the crew. It was carved up from the inside, and inside, they found the participants ' clothing and shoes. Photo: Wikimedia Commons Show more Bar each other's clothes
23. January 1959 took seven men and two women, all students at the Ural polytechnic institute, embarking on a 305 km long, the cross-country expedition in the northern part of the Ural mountains of the then Soviet union. The expedition would take 16 days.
When no one had heard from the entourage in mid-February, to a ruthless covenant search party have been sent out to look after the crew.
What met them was the beginning of the countless sagnene that have occurred in the years since.
Letemannskapet must first have found the tent where the nine people had stayed. The tent was cut up from the inside, but inside the tent was turgåernes clothes and shoes. Shortly after found letemannskapet four of the people died one and a half kilometers from the tent. They were tynnkledde, and close by were the remains of a small burned out campfire.44 years later forsvinningene on the Island is still a mystery
About a month later, in march, to letemannskapet have found a fifth equal, and in may was leteaksjonen terminated when the last four in skifølget was found dead in a ravine. On themselves, they should have had clothes that belonged to the four who were found dead closest to the tent.Massive head injuries
to the autopsies concluded that most of the people involved had died of the cold.
Three of the casualties, however, had massive head injuries of the type the doctors believed would only occur of a car accident or an explosion.
What happened with ekspedisjonsfølget is still unanswered. Tracks in the snow should have done that investigation concluded that all had run from the tent together. With the exception of the three with head injuries, there was also no sign of brawl. This laid fertile ground for the many theories in the years since.Four-year-old Mary Louise was the only witness to the murder of his mother Dagbladet Plus
First, it was speculated whether they had been attacked by Mansi-the people, the local indigenous people of this mountain area. On the Mansi language to the mountain's name mean "the dead mountain", but refers to the bad jaktforholdene in the area. However, it was quickly determined that the Mansi people had not been in the area during this period.
Several theories have over the years appeared in newspapers, books, and documentaries. Among these one finds that they were victims of secret weapon from the military, poachers or wild animals, in addition to the theories about aliens and nuclear weapons.Call in the experts
In all, to the Russian authorities know more than 75 theories about what caused that turfølget fled from the tent. However, it is not all the theories that will be included in the investigation.
a Spokesman for the Russian anklagemyndighetene, Alexander Korennoy, says according to the newspaper The Times they have now decided to call in experts to examine the three most likely theories. Among these are not theories that it has happened something criminal.
- They are all natural phenomena. Crime is not one of them. It may have been an avalanche, an unstable snøblokk or a hurricane, he says, according to the newspaper.
Fjellpassasjen where they experienced skigåerne were found dead were later named Dyatlov, after the expedition's leader, Igor Dyatlov.The real drapssakene behind the "True Detective" Dagbladet Plus