Dyatlov Pass Explosive Testing Ground
June 4, 2015 in Miscellaneous by Clouverse
Berryville, Arkansas — Conspiracy theorists now discovered a fiery solution behind the famous Dyatlov Pass incident of 1959 Soviet investigators simply determined “a compelling natural force”.
The Dyatlov Pass incident refers to the mysterious deaths of nine ski hikers, on the east shoulder of the mountain Kholat Syakhl (translated as “Dead Mountain”). The mountain named Dyatlov Pass after the group’s leader, Igor Dyatlov, who also died there. The incident labelled as a mystery ever since, with many conflicting theories. The mystery of Dyatlov Pass caused general confusion among many truth seekers and skeptics alike. Much of Soviet Russia’s information on the incident remained confidential. And due to the lack of eyewitnesses, the case generated much unfounded speculation as what actually happened. Yet, conspiracy theorists contend the clues determine what really happened that night.
“From what we know, the tent torn from within. This means that whatever caused them to leave frightening them to the point of panic. They left barefoot in heavy snow, and there was no signs of struggles. Two victims had fractured skulls, two more had broken ribs, and one’s face was missing. Plus, their tongues ripped out of their mouths. And nearby, an avalanche occurred yet somehow not covering up the footprints of the fleeing hikers. This information says a lot.”
Conspiracy theorists ruled out an attack in the snow. “The phrase “From now one, we know that snowmen exists” was probably written as a joke, after seeing an agent they believed was Sasquatch. While Stalin was working on a monkey army with Sasquatch-like soldiers, the snow did not reveal extra sets of footprints. No real struggle occurred. So unless they died by a blunt object in a single blow, they weren’t killed by supposed snowmen.”
Sources also believe due to the ugly orange skin, graying hair and missing an eye were evidence of an uncontrollable secret nuclear experiment. However the experiment not conducted by the Russians, only with their consent. With the testing to begin, conspiracy theorists believe an agent noticed the hikers. But instead of warning them of impending hazards, the extraterrestrial soldiers simply “proceeded with the experiment, to see what would happen to the hikers”. “This explains missing sets of footprints, why an avalanche occurred in a spot away from the hikers and why glowing orange orbs lighted the area.”