The death of Dyatlov's tour group took place in 1959, but years later the mysterious death of its members haunts many. Various experts continue to express their hypotheses, documents are re-read and studied, but to this day there is no exact answer to what led to the death of tourists.
Valentin Yakimenko, who took part in the search for the group in 1959, gave his version of what happened. The man studied the footage of one of the members of the expedition, Semyon Zolotarev. Presumably, the pictures were taken a few minutes before the tragedy.
One of the frames clearly shows a certain spot in the sky. Yakimenko believes that it could be the release of some substance into the atmosphere or the exhaust of smoke. The researcher studied other images - they also captured an unknown moving object. Valentin believes that this celestial phenomenon caused the death of tourists.
The experiment showed that the detected spot is too slow-moving for a rocket - its speed did not exceed 180 kilometers per hour. Most likely, it was some kind of container that dissolve jets of a hot liquid, for example, fuel.
Valentin Yakimenko suggests that a poisonous cloud covered Dyatlov's group, reports the Chelyabinsk State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company. In his opinion, the expedition members tried to escape in panic, but this did not save them from a sad outcome.