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Dyatlov Pass Incident. The nine hikers of the Dyatlov Pass Incident. Zolotaryov was the most experienced while Dyatlov was the leader of the expedition. Background. In January of 1959, ten hikers, all but one students at the Urals Polytechnic Institute in Sverdlovsk, began a hike into the Ural Mountains. They were led by Igor Dyatlov. All ten were experienced hikers. 

In the dead of winter, a group of students set out on a trek into the Ural Mountains. Their frozen bodies – with inexplicable injuries – were discovered in locations that compounded the puzzle of how they died.

The case has since been called the Dyatlov Pass Incident. Among the bizarre clues found around their bodies and their campsite, however, were four cameras. These photos of the Dyatlov Pass Incident were developed and used to piece together the events leading up to that fateful night. Nine Hikers Set Off For Mount Otorten.

The Dyatlov Pass mystery spawned dozens of theories, which have endured for 60 years. Lucy Ash traces the group’s journey and tells their story through their diaries, photographs and letters.



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