Have you heard the newest theory on the Dyatlov Incident yet? You probably will hear a lot about it after this Discover documentary airs on June 1st. What happened to the nine college students who were found dead in very bizarre circumstances after a camping trip gone horribly wrong in the Ural mountains in 1959, is one of the creepiest true unsolved mysteries in the world. There have been many theories tossed about from the plausible (the campers froze to death and suffered from delirium before dying half clothed) to the downright bizarre ( freak winds from the mountaintops swept through the valley and drove them insane.) to the not surprising yet still weird (they were abducted by UFOs and then crudely dumped back on earth, dead). However, this new theory points to the Yeti as a murder suspect, a theory that fits pretty well in absence of any other more rational explanations. Even Jeff Meldrum, the interviewee here, agrees that it's at least plausible that the Yeti is responsible. Meanwhile, Micah Hanks explores the possibility of another explanation for at least some reports of Bigfoot in some areas, and says that “Wild Men” May Be Lurking in North America’s Remote Woodlands. He points to some "Bigfoot" sightings that are described more as an encounter with a feral human rather than an ape-like creature, and even in a handful of reports investigated by David Paulides some witnesses say they spotted or were even chased by wild men, sometimes wearing fur clothing. Is it possible that Bigfoot shares his territory with people who live completely off the grid of human society?