Mountain of the Dead
Jeremy Bates
Horror History

The greatest unsolved mystery of the 20th century—until now.

Fact: During the night of February 1, 1959, in the remote reaches of Siberia, nine Russian hikers slash open their tent from the inside and flee into a blizzard in subpolar temperatures.

Fact: By morning all are dead, several having suffered gruesome, violent deaths. What happened to them has baffled investigators and researchers to this day.

It has become known as the Dyatlov Pass Incident.

Now, an American true-crime writer seeking answers to the enduring mystery sets out to retrace the hikers’ steps on their fateful expedition—though nothing can prepare him for what he is about to discover…

Uncaged Review: Book five in the world’s scariest places has us traveling to cold snowy Russia. True crime writer Mr Smith and his friend Disco are keen to find out what happened. In a bizarre accident called The Dyatlov Pass Accident. Where nine hikers sadly lost there life’s This story is based on actual true event’s that occurred in the 1950s. I would think that this accident would still be highly spoken by people all round the world in today’s age. While reading this book I found myself hooked on Mr Bates writing style and solving this mystery for myself. I was surprised also by the ending of the book now finding myself addicted to. This new author I’ve came across and the world scariest places series. I would highly recommend this book with just the right amount of Horror and Mystery to wet any reader’s appeal. Reviewed by Jennifer

5 Stars