I will publish articles here about various mysteries, unexplained events but also my own poetry and feeling expression.
*I'm not a native english speaker so I want to apologize for mystakes*
Sunflowers which you never get
I forgot how your lips tasted. Your gaze, in which I could see reflections of everything you ever wanted to be and weren't. To how you smelled and how soft your skin was to the touch. To how I slept on your thighs, hugging you around your hips, as if it were the last time. Back then it was just the beginning of the end.
Dyatlov's expedition - nobody is alive
The fate of the Dyatlov's expedition is one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century. Its members died on their way up a mountain in the Ural Mountains and their bodies had unexplained injuries which people interpreted using a number of theories. At least a partial explanation has now been provided by Swiss scientists who have created a simulation of the avalanche thanks to the film Frozen. It was this avalanche, they say, that swept away the members of the expedition.
The Russian Sleep experiment - Fact or fiction?
The Russian Sleep Experiment is a chilling tale that has captured the attention of millions on the internet. The story revolves around a group of Soviet scientists who, during World War II, allegedly conducted an experiment to test the effects of prolonged sleep deprivation on a group of prisoners. The gruesome results and horrifying consequences have been the subject of much debate and speculation. But is there any truth to this terrifying story?
The enduring mystery of George Mallory and Andrew Irvine
The mystery surrounding George Mallory and his disappearance on Mount Everest in 1924 has captivated the imagination of adventurers, historians, and mountaineers for nearly a century. As time continues to pass, the enigma of what happened to Mallory and his climbing partner, Andrew Irvine, during their fateful ascent remains unsolved. This article delves into the history, findings, and theories surrounding one of the most intriguing stories in mountaineering.