The mysteries surrounding the deaths of nine young, experienced ski hikers in 1959 have never been solved. On a trip through the Ural Mountains, the group of students first were reported missing and then were found deceased, but several were not located until months following the tragedy. Despite exhaustive investigations, there has never been a theory that explains exactly what killed the nine, and because of this, many unusual conjectures have arisen. Strange theories include a yeti attack, UFOs, and teleportation, military/government secret weapons testing, rogue missiles, or parachute mines, radio waves and black holes.
Because of the truly strange behavior of the nine skiers, their shocking causes of death from autopsy reports and other evidence, and the many unanswered questions, the mystery has sparked fierce debates.
The fact is that we may never know exactly what happened to the young people during their trip and especially on February 1-2 of 1959 but Dyatlov Nine: Death Below Zero offers a theory that fits all the evidence including diaries, forensics, and photographs. With new pictures and new maps in the book, the case may finally be solved.
•Warning: graphic autopsy reports and photographs
Hearts can be broken, and mouths often spout lies. Deeds can be deadly, and life is a nasty surprise. A tribute to author Richard Laymon, Heart and Mouth Deed and Life begins with nine best friends who plan to vacation and relax on a seemingly deserted island. Only the island isn’t deserted, and the women quickly learn that they are in the midst of a deadly game that they didn’t agree to play. A conveniently found diary, a ship graveyard, and old, decomposed bodies in cages are just the beginning. The women are being brutally hunted by cannibalistic savages. As revenge fills their souls, the women will discover staying alive isn’t enough.
Coming Soon! Virgil McLendon
After breaking my shoulder, losing my father suddenly, and a huge move (selling and buying houses!) I am finally back at my craft. Luckily I always had some notes and partial works going, even when I was unable to type. I present:
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