35 Years After A Nuclear Reactor Explodes, This Man Enters The Radioactive Zone And Discovers The Unthinkable

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In 1986, the world watched as a major nuclear reactor exploded in the Ukrainian town of Pripyat. For two days, workers attempted to try and conceal the fallout from the monumental disaster. High levels of radiation were propelled into the air. Workers died, towns were abandoned, and people to this day suffer from medical problems based upon the ever-present contamination.

As we fast-forward roughly 35 years, one brave traveler decided to disregard all warnings about traveling in contaminated regions. Going off on his own into a dangerous forest, he came across something no one would’ve ever expected.

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