Ep 48 - The Dyatlov Pass Incident, and Gabriel Omar Chang

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Ep 48 - The Dyatlov Pass Incident, and Gabriel Omar Chang
May 6 '1941m
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In 1959, nine hikers died in the northern Ural Mountains in the former Soviet Union, in what became known as The Dyatlov Pass incident. They set up camp, but during the night, something caused them to tear their way out of their tents and flee in the sub-zero temperatures. In Melbourne, in 1999, Gabriel Omar Chang took to the dead body of Dianne Psaila with a meat tenderiser, and carried her corpse in the boot of her car for five days. His erratic behaviour that took him from the murder scene in Melton to Lorne on Victoria’s west coast.

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