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    Alexandra Bruce
    Forbidden Knowledge TV
    March 23, 2010

    In 1959, a rescue team searching for nine missing hikers in the Russia’s Ural Mountains.

    At first, they found two male bodies, clad in underwear, near the remains of a fire.

    However, not too long after, nearby, under 13 feet of snow, four bodies were found bizarrely mutilated.

    Their clothes were irradiated, their skin orange — the young people’s hair grey.

    Other hikers had said that they saw glowing orbs near the site where the bodies were discovered, and the Russian government kept people out of the area for years to come.

    It was named “Dyatlov Pass” after the leader of the ill-fated expedition.

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