Exactly 60 years after the mutilated and half-naked bodies of seven hikers were found on the snowy slopes of the Ural Mountains, a Ruptly crew travels to the Dyatlov Pass to try and shed a new light on the coldest of cold cases. CAUTION: STORY CONTAINS DISTURBING IMAGES As it greets the cameras, the landscape of what has long been known by local Mansi tribesmen as Deadly Mountain is as bleak and snow-covered as it was when the seven men and two women under the command of Igor Dyatlov planted their tent here in inclement weather on February 1, 1959. After all these years, the surroundings still betray no signs of what terror unfolded on these slopes, other than a plaque dedicated to the dead hikers. But even when the first victims were discovered here, weeks after they had perished, nature’s clues were already conspicuous by their absence. It was as if a macabre puzzle had been left there, waiting to be solved.
Source: The Dyatlov Pass hikers tragedy: What or who killed them? RT walks through their final steps in new video