This week Danielle covers the mysterious Dyatlov Pass Incident. In 1959 nine Russian hikers ventured out to the Ural mountains but never made it back. The entire group was found dead by rescue teams who were notified of their disappearance. The hiking group, led by Igor Dyatlov, was found under stra
Publish Date: Nov 18, 2021
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This week Danielle covers the mysterious Dyatlov Pass Incident. In 1959 nine Russian hikers ventured out to the Ural mountains but never made it back. The entire group was found dead by rescue teams who were notified of their disappearance. The hiking group, led by Igor Dyatlov, was found under strange circumstances. Some members of the group were found in their underwear in the snow. Others were found with unexplainable brutal injuries. Whatever happened to this group has been discussed for decades, and there continues to be no concrete answer to their cause of death.
Later, Sandra talks about what a Fetch is. It turns out that in old Irish folklore a "Fetch" or as we would say doppelganger can be both a good open or a bad omen. Find out its connection to wraiths and we will discuss if a Fetch appeared in the pilot episode of Outlander.
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