Month: June 2019

Dyatlov Pass – Mystery at 20 below

The story of Dyatlov Pass is, in my opinion, one of the most intriguing modern mysteries. It starts on January 23rd 1959 with ten Russian hikers, Yuri Yudin (21), Yuri Doroshenko (21), Yuri Krivonischenko (23), Zinaida Kolmogorova (22), Rustem Slobodin (23), Lyudmila Dubinina (20), Semyon Zolotaryov (38), Alexander Kolevatov (24), Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignollel (23) led by Read More

Disembodied Feet in the Salish Sea

I have recently come across an odd series of events that took place from 20th August 2007 until the latest occurrence on 12th February 2016, this involves the dismembered feet and running shoes of a mix of different people washing up on the beaches of British Columbia, Canada. Of all the 16 feet found, only Read More

Curious Cases of Spontaneous Combustion

Have you seen the X-Files? I’m assuming if you have ended up here the answer is yes. Well, remember the episode “Fire”? When the lead could emit flames? Well SHC is kind of like that. But scary. SHC could happen at anytime, anywhere to anyone (not fear-mongering). Basically it’s where you catch fire and leave Read More