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Entry #1:   The Dyatlov Pass Incident

 

On January 25, 1959, 10 experienced hikers embarked upon a two-week ski tour through the Ural Mountains of the Soviet Union.  Failing to send a telegram to the sports club where they had logged their trek, and with family members and friends becoming concerned with the groupís delayed return, a search party was sent out to determine the location of the hikers, and whether or not they were injured or in danger.  Findings on the 26th of February reported that the groupís tent was in disrepair, seeming to have been slashed open from the inside.  Their shoes and cold weather gear had been left within the tent, and footprints could be seen moving away from the campsite in various directions.  The hikers, however, were nowhere to be found.  This is the story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident.  >>

 

 

 

Entry #2:   The Devilís Footprints of South Devon

 

On February 8 of 1855, the countryfolk of South Devon, England, by the River Exe, settled into their beds during the midst of a heavy snow storm.  When they awoke, they found miles of inexplicable hoof-like prints spanning theirs and neighboring villages.  This is the story of The Devilís Footprints of South Devon. >>

 

 

 

Entry #3:  Who Put Bella Down the Wych Elm?

On April 18, 1943, four boys searching for birdsí nests on private property in Wychbury, England discovered a corpse nestled in the trunk of a wych elm. Decades later, the identification of the individual is still not known. This is the story of ďBellaĒ. >>

 

 

 

 

Entry #4:  The Strange Death of Elisa Lam

 

In late January of 2013, Canadian college student Elisa Lam arrived in Los Angeles on a solo tour of the West Coast, and checked into the notably haunted Cecil Hotel.  On January 31st, when her parents failed to hear from her, they contacted the Los Angeles Police Department and had the hotel searched for her whereabouts.  After checking with hotel security, a surveillance video was released on the Cecil Hotelís website showing Lam behaving strangely, and sparking curiosity over the cause of her actions.  Just over two weeks later, her nude body was found inexplicably floating in one of the hotelís rooftop water tanks with no signs of foul play and no indication as to how she accessed the area.  This is the story of the strange death of Elisa Lam.  >>

 

 

 

Entry #5:  TamŠm Shud and the Somerton Man

 

In late January of 2013, Canadian college student Elisa Lam arrived in Los Angeles on a solo tour of the West Coast, and checked into the notably haunted Cecil Hotel.  On January 31st, when her parents failed to hear from her, they contacted the Los Angeles Police Department and had the hotel searched for her whereabouts.  After checking with hotel security, a surveillance video was released on the Cecil Hotelís website showing Lam behaving strangely, and sparking curiosity over the cause of her actions.  Just over two weeks later, her nude body was found inexplicably floating in one of the hotelís rooftop water tanks with no signs of foul play and no indication as to how she accessed the area.  This is the story of the strange death of Elisa Lam.  >>

 

 

 

Entry #6:  The Dancing Plague of 1518

 

In July of 1518, Frau Troffea began to dance.  She danced feverishly throughout the streets of the town, not stopping for approximately 6 days.  As she galloped and swayed unceasingly, several others joined into the brigade.  One month later, countless individuals would be dead.  This is the story of the Dancing Plague of 1518.  >>

 

 

 

 

Entry #7:  Baba Vanga, the Balkan Nostradamus

 

In July of 1518, Frau Troffea began to dance.  She danced feverishly throughout the streets of the town, not stopping for approximately 6 days.  As she galloped and swayed unceasingly, several others joined into the brigade.  One month later, countless individuals would be dead.  This is the story of the Dancing Plague of 1518.  >>

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By Sara Kay, formerly PCINJís Director of Operations

 

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