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In 1949, geologist Vadim Kolpakov set off on an undertaking to Siberia, not understanding that he was going to find one of the most unusual unsolved riddles on the planet: the Patomskiy cavity. As Kolpakov voyaged profound into relatively unknown region, the neighborhood Yakut individuals cautioned him not to continue, clarifying that there was an underhanded place somewhere down in the forested areas that even the creatures dodged. They called it the “Fire Eagle Nest” and guaranteed that individuals would begin to feel unwell close it—and some would basically vanish without a trace.A man of science, Kolpakov was not put off by these stories. In any case, even he was at a misfortune to clarify what he discovered somewhere down in the Siberian woodlands.