Dyatlov Pass Incident.
>tongues missing from bodies
>high levels of radioactivity on clothes
>strange orange lights sighted on mountain
>corpses found half naked in the snow
So /int/, what do you think happened?
they fucked up and freezed to death, frostbite
> going to sleep
> see this thread
> Dyatlov Pass Incident
God fucking damn it..
I think some thing might be doctored on the part of soviet cover up, everything we know has been sanctioned by the soviet state, thus questionable
likely scenario is they were shot by some guards
This is where the first prototype Sony Playstation was being tested.
Poor White Bastards.
>People starving so ate peoples tongues
>people naked because people tried to take their clothes to stop themselves from freezing to death
>Orange lights where probably the remains of fires or too much vodka
>radioactivity it was soviet russia what wasnt radioactive
W-what was it really?
Imagine if this shit happened at like 1AM and you were home alone in the dark and that came on. I'd run out of the house fucking screaming. I think it's even creepy watching it now on the internet.
>probably ill equipped and trained
>This route, in February, was estimated as Category III, the most difficult. All members were experienced in long ski tours and mountain expeditions.
just some nerdgoys/nerdgirls doing some real life trolling in those shitty acid washed jeans days, really, anyone could have done it those days with access to the right equipement.
It was the avalanche and panic in the night that probably killed them.
If the military was to cover it up then everyone would be dead and we wouldn't know it even existed let alone happened.
Freezing to death is natural Russian behavior.
Soviet nuclear test, they saw the lights and detonations, ran like a fat bitch in a panic, not even putting their clothes on and when they died scavengers picked out their tongues.
The scientists at ancient aliens told me it was aliums.
Devil's Pass is on netflix, it's a horror movie about this I hear is pretty ok, might watch
oh ok nevermind then
this is now a spooky /int/ related thread
share your nation's most sp00ky stores
transcript too long but read it here: http://www.csicop.org/si/show/the_valentich_disappearance_another_ufo_cold_case_solved/
Which is one of the biggest problems tbh.
Just make welfare a single fee that covers everything and cut down on the bureaucracy. Less government bloat and less of a hassle for all parties involved.
>tfw listening to the screams of a hundred people as they burn to death
Nao let me tell you some real shit about Dyatlov Pass:
These people were moving through some really hardcore taiga and mountains.
People who are natives there — tribes of Mansi people — don't really like when some russkiy goyim walk around their "sacred forests" (Taiga is really SACRED for them, it's their myphology, even now there are still exist some tribes of absolutely insane people ith their beliefs in "bear's spirit" and "ancestor's spirit")
They felt asleep in their camp but Mansi came and silently killed everyone for entering the forbidden zone.
Public interest in the case remains significant because of a number of factors: the death occurring at a time of heightened tensions during the Cold War, what appeared to be a secret code, the use of an undetectable poison, his lack of identification, and the possibility of unrequited love.
>guy in the car under the truck screams
>"spasite", "pomogite", "goryu"
>help me please, i'm burning
It really makes my heart compressing.
Then why were there no knife marks or signs of a struggle? What about the orange lights? Why were they naked? Why haven't you chased out the indigenous people and bred them out like real men?
>two American vessels navigating the Strait of Malacca, City of Baltimore and Silver Star, among others, picked up distress messages from Dutch merchant ship Ourang Medan. A radio operator aboard the troubled vessel sent the following Morse code message: "S.O.S. from Ourang Medan * * * we float. All officers including the Captain, dead in chartroom and on the bridge. Probably whole of crew dead * * *." A few confused dots and dashes later two words came through clearly. They were "I die." Then, nothing more
>When Silver Star crew located and boarded the apparently undamaged Ourang Medan in a rescue attempt, the ship was found littered with corpses (including the carcass of a dog) "[s]prawled on their backs, the frozen faces upturned to the sun with mouths gaping open and eyes staring, the dead bodies resembled horrible caricatures", with no survivors and no visible signs of injuries on the dead bodies. A fire then broke out in the ship's No. 4 cargo hold, forcing the boarding parties to evacuate the Dutch freighter, thus preventing any further investigation. Soon after, Ourang Medan was observed to explode and sink.
>read about Fatal familian insomnia
>never sleep again
The disease has four stages, taking 7 to 18 months to run its course:
The person has increasing insomnia, resulting in panic attacks, paranoia, and phobias. This stage lasts for about four months.
Hallucinations and panic attacks become noticeable, continuing for about five months.
Complete inability to sleep is followed by rapid loss of weight. This lasts for about three months.
Dementia, during which the patient becomes unresponsive or mute over the course of six months. This is the final progression of the disease, after which death follows.
>Ball lightning is an unexplained atmospheric electrical phenomenon. The term refers to reports of luminous, spherical objects which vary in diameter from pea-sized to several meters. It is usually associated with thunderstorms, but lasts considerably longer than the split-second flash of a lightning bolt. Many early reports say that the ball eventually explodes, sometimes with fatal consequences, leaving behind the odor of sulfur.
One of the most famous witnesses of this rare phenomenon is Tsar Nicholas II:
"Once my parents were away," recounted the Tsar, "and I was at the all-night vigil with my grandfather in the small church in Alexandria. During the service there was a powerful thunderstorm, streaks of lightning flashed one after the other, and it seemed as if the peals of thunder would shake even the church and the whole world to its foundations. Suddenly it became quite dark, a blast of wind from the open door blew out the flame of the candles which were lit in front of the iconostasis, there was a long clap of thunder, louder than before, and I suddenly saw a fiery ball flying from the window straight towards the head of the Emperor. The ball (it was of lightning) whirled around the floor, then passed the chandelier and flew out through the door into the park. My heart froze, I glanced at my grandfather – his face was completely calm. He crossed himself just as calmly as he had when the fiery ball had flown near us, and I felt that it was unseemly and not courageous to be frightened as I was. I felt that one had only to look at what was happening and believe in the mercy of God, as he, my grandfather, did. After the ball had passed through the whole church, and suddenly gone out through the door, I again looked at my grandfather. A faint smile was on his face, and he nodded his head at me. My panic disappeared, and from that time I had no more fear of storms."
When you think about the ocean and all of the geological stuff going on down there, imagine sailing over an erupting underwater volcano or geological movement and it releases gas that floats to the surface, imagine having the unfortunate luck of being on a slowly moving hulk as it surfaces, there is literally nowhere to run as you suffocate to death and all you can do is watch each other die.
a guy fimed one here some time ago
Definitely the Greys.
I've seen UFO's in my youth and adulthood now so many times.
I saw them on the side of my bed. I know how to evoke them.
Yes, evoke them. They're not 'aliens', they're something else.
Everybody will think this is bullshit.
Whatever, it'll ring a bell among some here I'm sure.
I found it.
>She is noteworthy as a U.S. Navy vessel that has apparently been attacked by an unknown species of giant squid. In 1978, the "NOFOUL" rubber coating of her AN/SQS-26 SONAR dome was damaged by multiple cuts over 8 percent of the dome surface. Nearly all of the cuts contained remnants of sharp, curved claws found on the rims of suction cups of some squid tentacles. The claws were much larger than those of any squid that had been discovered at that time.
People like to get naked and hide when they're freezing to death.
>Thibeaux-Brignolles had major skull damage, and both Dubinina and Zolotarev had major chest fractures. According to Dr. Boris Vozrozhdenny, the force required to cause such damage would have been extremely high, comparing it to the force of a car crash. Notably, the bodies had no external wounds related to the bone fractures, as if they had been subjected to a high level of pressure. However, major external injuries were found on Dubinina, who was missing her tongue, eyes, part of the lips, as well as facial tissue and a fragment of skullbone
frost bite doesn't break bones, though
Avalanche which caused hypothermia and then paradoxical undressing. Wolves and other scavengers then came and ate the tongues (the softest flesh) the radioactivity wasn't in the original report and neither were the lights.
The Tecaxic-Calixtlahuaca head is a terracotta head, probably originally part of a larger figurine, discovered in 1933 among pre-Columbian or just post-Columbian grave goods in the Tecaxic-Calixtlahuaca zone in the Toluca Valley, approximately 65 kilometers southwest of Mexico City.
Because the head appears to be similar in style to artifacts of Roman origin, some believe that it is evidence of pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact between Rome and the Americas, a view strongly promoted by the Meso-American archaeology specialist Romeo H. Hristov. However, several other explanations for its presence have been put forward.
The object was discovered in 1933. It was a grave offering, found under three INTACT floors of a pyramidal structure. Along with the head were found a number of objects made of gold, copper, turquoise, rock crystal, jet, bone, shell and pottery.
I have seen the aliens are demons stuff before.
It's a form of plasma, you can make something similar with a microwave, I never tried for safety tho..
Reports of radiation are a modern story, they supposedly do not show up in the report. It is strange, but I think still explainable.
>orange lights in the sky were artillery
>hikers in the mountains, Soviets probably testing ammunition and it causes an avalanche
>Soviets could have just been doing this to clear the snow and cause avalanche intentionally, see
>snow covers hikers, buries them
>stay in tent for a while to decide what to do
>use knife to cut out of tent, thinking snow is deeper
>get hypothermia, tear clothes off (this is a symptom of hypothermia)
>dead for a few days, animals only eat soft tissue by the time a rescue party arrives, explaining why they have no tongues
r8 my explan8tion m8
it was siberian tongue eating ice worm.
Mongolian death worm
The Mongolian death worm (Mongolian: oлгoй-хopхoй, olgoi-khorkhoi, "large intestine worm") is an alleged creature reported to exist in the Gobi Desert. It is generally considered a cryptid, an animal whose sightings and reports are disputed or unconfirmed.
It is described as a bright red worm with a wide body that is 2 to 5 feet (0.6 to 1.5 m) long.
The worm is the subject of a number of claims by Mongolian locals, such as the ability of the worm to spew forth an acid; that, on contact, will turn anything it touches yellow and corroded (and which would kill a human); and the ability to kill at a distance by means of electric discharge.
A few days prior to the crime, farmer Andreas Gruber told neighbours about discovering footprints in the snow leading from the edge of the forest to the farm, but none leading back. He also spoke about hearing footsteps in the attic and finding an unfamiliar newspaper on the farm. Furthermore, the house keys went missing several days before the murders, but none of this was reported to the police.
Six months earlier, the previous maid had left the farm, claiming that it was haunted; the new maid, Maria Baumgartner, arrived on the farm on 31 March, only a few hours before her death.
Exactly what happened on that Friday evening cannot be said for certain. It is believed that the older couple, as well as their daughter Viktoria and her daughter Cäzilia, were somehow all lured into the barn one by one, where they were killed. The perpetrator(s) then went into the house where they killed two-year-old Josef, who was sleeping in his cot in his mother's bedroom, as well as the maid, Maria Baumgartner, in her bedchamber.
The autopsy also showed that the younger Cäzilia had been alive for several hours after the assault. Lying in the straw, next to the bodies of her grandparents and her mother, she had torn her hair out in tufts.
From the German entry:
>they were murdered with a hoe which was found beneath the floor of the attic when the house was torn dow
>50 years later they found photographs of the vicitms in church of another town, with the hand written notes: envious usurious, despised in the entire region, because auf ethicals 1 year, incest and punishment of god
I remember reading a book which recounted how some people found a ship rotting away on the ocean, with all people on the ship reduced to skeletons. I think the ship was called the Scarborough or something, and I'm not even sure if the book was factual or not. I do remember it talked about the Ourang Medan though, so perhaps it was a factual one.
Anyone got any idea which ship this was?
Gloria Ramirez (January 11, 1963 – February 19, 1994) was a Riverside, California, woman dubbed "the toxic lady" by the media when several Riverside General Hospital workers became ill after exposure to her body and blood.
About 8:15 p.m. on the evening of February 19, 1994, Ramirez, suffering from the effects of advanced cervical cancer, was brought into the emergency room of Riverside General Hospital by paramedics. She was extremely confused, and suffering from tachycardia and Cheyne–Stokes respiration.
The medical staff injected her with diazepam, midazolam, and lorazepam to sedate her. When it became clear that Ramirez was responding poorly to treatment, the staff tried to defibrillate her heart; at that point several people saw an oily sheen covering Ramirez's body, and some noticed a fruity, garlic-like odor that they thought was coming from her mouth. A registered nurse named Susan Kane attempted to draw blood from Ramirez's arm, and noticed an ammonia like smell coming from the tube.
She passed the syringe to Julie Gorchynski, a medical resident who noticed manila-colored particles floating in the blood. At this point, Kane fainted and was removed from the room. Shortly thereafter, Gorchynski began to feel nauseated. Complaining that she was light-headed, she left the trauma room and sat at a nurse's desk. A staff member asked her if she was okay, but before she could respond she also fainted. Maureen Welch, a respiratory therapist who was assisting in the trauma room was the third to pass out. The staff was then ordered to evacuate all emergency room patients to the parking lot outside the hospital. A skeleton crew stayed behind to stabilize Ramirez. At 8:50pm, after 45 minutes of CPR and defibrillation, Ramirez was pronounced dead from kidney failure related to her cancer.
She was a model. Thats how the story got famous. This was 10/10 back then.
>A skeleton crew stayed behind to stabilize Ramirez.
Based skeletons helping people in need.
t. not a skeleton
Go east until I hit land and hope I'm far enough north that I end up in Canda, the US, or western Europe.
>t. not a skeleton
Bullshit but i believe it.
>12-year-old Yury Kuntsevich, who would later become head of the Yekaterinburg-based Dyatlov Foundation (see below), attended five of the hikers' funerals, and recalls their skin had a "deep brown tan".
>Some of the hikers' clothing (2 pants and a sweater) were found to be highly radioactive.
>Another group of hikers (about 50 kilometers south of the incident) reported that they saw strange orange spheres in the night sky to the north (likely in the direction of Kholat Syakhl) on the night of the incident. Similar spheres were observed in Ivdel and adjacent areas continually during the period from February to March 1959, by various independent witnesses (including the meteorology service and the military).
>Some reports suggest that there was a great deal of scrap metal in and around the area, leading to speculation that the military had utilized the area secretly and might have been engaged in a cover-up.
>The last camp of Dyatlov's group was located on a direct path between Baikonur Cosmodrome (where some test launches of the R-7s were executed) to Chyornaya Guba, Novaya Zemlya archipelago (which was a major nuclear testing ground of the Soviet Union).
Russian government doing what they do best, covering up.
Someone post videos of the lost cosmonauts.
>that guy cursing the russians for making him go up when they knew it wasn't safe (he took Yuri Gagarin's place I think) before he dies
>that woman talking on the radio as she float off alone into space
the tents weren't covered in snow.
Reports of lights around the mountain have been going on for centuries, the native name for the mountain translate to "don't go there" or "Stay away."
it was two or 3 days before the hikers were discovered the damage to their bodies they would have to have been exposed for a lot longer, on top of that their internal organs and ribs were pretty mush it was like they had been hit by a truck yet their body was still in one piece. On top of that one of the rescue team commanders retired on the spot after he was forced to sign a document saying he would not tell anyone what happened here. You tried matey
that would be komarov i think. pic related its him.or his remains at least
i cant seem to find the vid though
>tfw he knew he was going to die but went up anyway
Being a cosmonaut must have been scary shit. Would they have executed him and Yuri if they refused?
yeah those 2 italian brothers
>The Judica-Cordiglia brothers are two former amateur radio operators who made audio recordings at Torre Bert that allegedly support the conspiracy theory that the Soviet space program covered up cosmonaut deaths in the 1960s. The pair claimed to have acquired recordings of several secret Soviet space missions that ended in tragedy and mystery. This has generated public interest for more than 50 years, despite there being a large amount of detailed rebuttals to the brothers' claims.
>anons are terrified from some mystery that killed several people in siberia, even after all the shit that's posted on 4chins
Is it summer already?
>making it to Australian shores
pick one cunt
To be fair, not even the Predator would risk going to Australia.
I actually met this qt british girl last night who's working at my local, walked her home talked and flirted for ages, she's gotten really into surfing but she doesn't want to do it around here she said she'll wait till she goes back to england to start surfing more that way the only thing she has to worry about when in the water is drowning.
We are all taught in school that Steve Irwin's death is a common occurrence there and that 3 out of 5 people die while going for a swim in Australia.
They teach us this before we go on our cultural visit to Newquay.
Number reflects how many victims were found in that location.
>that one guy going to the kitchen to put the kettle on
>one guy refusing to leave the dance floor and dancing to death
>those others burning to death while having a shit
>>tongues missing from bodies
Wild animals will usually go for that.
>>corpses found half naked in the snow
It's not unusual for people near death in the cold to suddenly get a bout of hot flashes and start to remove clothing because they think they're warm.
>>high levels of radioactivity on clothes
>>strange orange lights sighted on mountain
Ok, you got me. I dunno what this is about. Could just be a covert nuclear military testing site and they were unlucky.
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