Strange Unusual: The Korovina Group Incident
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Here, the search party found the group's belongings, including the cameras which contained the final photos leading up to the incident. The tent itself was in shambles and there were no signs of any of the hikers. As the situation grew more serious, law enforcement got involved.
Still, Puzrin wasn't the first to determine that an avalanche must have been to blame. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation reopened an investigation into the incident in 2015 and found that an avalanche killed the group. An independent investigation by the Russian Public Prosecutor's Office, opened in 2019, came to the same conclusion.
But their analysis still doesn't address every oddity of the incident. Some of the dead hikers' clothes had traces of radioactivity, and another group of hikers reported seeing orange spheres in the sky above Dead Mountain on the night Dyatlov's crew died. (This fueled speculation that UFOs were involved.) 59ce067264