bill-swift - June 3, 2014
There appears to be or have been a yeti serial killer in Russia that is suspected of killing several students in the fifties. In 1955, nine college students headed up the Dyatlov Pass in the Ural mountains for some hiking. They then disappeared. The authorities later found them mutilated in a deliberate Game of Thrones level gruesome fashion. It's long been suspected that they were killed to by a psycho. A new documentary on the Discovery Channel called Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives claims that they met with their horrible end at the hands of a bloodthirsty yeti. Apparently, the kids fell into the domain of the Yeti and paid the ultimate price. It just goes to show you the dangers of hiking.
I don't like hiking. The first time I went hiking I slipped and nearly fell off a cliff. The second time I was almost bitten by a rattlesnake. True story. There is no reason to go walking around into the wild places in the world. You are just asking for trouble. I can't say I'm surprised that a Yeti would go all serial killer. After all, higher apes commit murder, why not the Yeti. So, don't ask me to go hiking. I want to live.
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