In Yakutia Russia there is a region referred to as the "Valley of Death." There are many mysteries associated with this area.
LINK (offers amazing firsthand descriptions): In northwestern Yakutia in Siberia, in the basin of the Upper Viliuy River, there is a hard-to-reach area that bears the marks of a tremendous cataclysm that took place some 800 years ago, which toppled the entire forest cover and scattered stone fragments over hundreds of square kilometers.
Distributed across this area are mysterious metal objects located deep underground in the permafrost. On the surface, their presence is revealed only by patches of weird vegetation. The ancient name of this area is Uliuiu Cherkechekh, which translates as «the Valley of Death.
This swampy area covers 100,000 square kilometers and is remote, hard to access, and avoided by the most part from the citizens around that region.
There have been many reports of people who explored there or hunted and ended up sick and dying.
In 1936, a geologist came across a metal smooth raised object with a sharp edge that he was able to get under the lip of it at quite an impressive height out of the ground.
In 1979, an expedition went in but the territory had changed since the 1930s and finding it was impossible.
It was reported there were several bronze cauldrons in that region and one man reported seeing seven of them, reportedly 6-9 meters (20-30') in size. The metal was strange, did not dent like copper would. He and friends reported things like hair falling out after visiting there and strange sores.
Many legends of repeated explosions with fiery blasts striking the area and people with illness afterwards have remained pass down through generations.
Some believe the Russian government attempted to blast away the evidence of the cauldrons. Others report that they are alien silos where they hide particle beams to blast away anything attempting to threaten Earth, a sort of friendly protection system.
Did scientists prove the cauldrons exist?
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