On February 2, 1959, 9 experienced hikers died under extremely strange and frightening circumstances in the Ural Mountains of Western Russia.
Police and military investigators were baffled by what they found at the campsite. The tent had been sliced open from the inside and abandoned, with their belongings still inside. This happened while external conditions were as low as minus-25 degrees C, with wind speeds estimated between 8 and 16 meters per second.
Some of the hiker’s bodies were found nearly a mile away from the campsite buried 13 feet beneath the snow.
- Investigators found footprints in the snow of eight or nine people who were wearing socks, a single shoe or were barefoot.
- Two men were found barefoot and dressed only in their underclothes.
- Footprints in the snow indicated that the hikers fled the tent in a hurry.
- Four others were found in a ravine and appeared to have suffered traumatic pressure injuries like that of a car crash but no soft tissue damage.
- One was missing a tongue and eyes.
- Tests on their bodies and clothing showed small traces of radiation.
- Some were wearing clothes that belonged to other team members.
- Their bodies had a deep brown tan.
Music producer, L.A. Reid, had a private conversation with Prince that he described as “spooky“.
“One time I was with him privately and he said, ‘You know what the elevator is right?'” Reid recalled. “He said. ‘Well, the elevator is the devil…’ And so for me, it was like really haunting when I read that he was found in an elevator.”
Prince was pronounced dead shortly after being found unresponsive in an elevator in his Paisley Park compound in Minneapolis.
Fans are also pointing to one of Prince’s songs that now has a haunting connection to his death. The song is Continue reading
People with hoarding disorder excessively save items that others may view as worthless. They have persistent difficulty getting rid of or parting with possessions, leading to clutter that disrupts their ability to use their living spaces.
Habits that can save you:
- Don’t keep more than a certain number of anything. Example: 20 books max.
- Sell unused items in the house on eBay. Make money and remove clutter.
- Remove items in the home that do not have an active current purpose.
- Don’t purchase things the same day, this eliminates compulsive buying.
Hoarding is something that can creep up on you. If you have any space in your home that has clutter you may be at risk for future hoarding.
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For eighteen years, Benjamin Franklin, the great American inventor, diplomat, and signer of the Declaration of Independence, was a tenant in a four-story Georgian house at 36 Craven Street in London. Nearly 225 years later a group called “Friends of Benjamin Franklin House” decided to renovate the building and turn it into a museum. A month […]