#30 Dyatlov Pass Deaths
In 1959, nine Russian ski-hikers embarked on a journey across snow-capped slopes in Russia but mysteriously never returned.
On the night of their disappearance, they set up their tents, prepared dinner, and even went to sleep.
Almost a month later, the hikers’ tents were found in a shocking state.
They were left open from the inside, and searchers found the bodies, one with proof of blunt trauma, one with a missing tongue, while others with burns and traces of blood.
Even decades later, with several theories such as a KGB plot, hypothermia, and UFO-interference, the actual cause of the hikers’ death still remains a mystery.