8 Creepy and Real Facts About Chernobyl Disaster That Will Make You Cry

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HBO’s TV-series Chernobyl has been rated the most successful artwork in studio’s history and it even beat Game of Thrones because of its disappointing last season. 

Check out on Nexter.org 8 and bizarre facts about real Chernobyl catastrophe.

Unfortunately, people weren’t allowed to take pets with them while escaping, therefore, there are a lot of street dogs that die really fast because of the radiation.

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This area is now known as “The Zone of Alienation” or the “Exclusion Zone,” which is inhabited despite the law, and you can visit it. 

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No one was able to calculate, however, Chernobyl death toll is something between 4,000 and 90,000 people.

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It is known that human bodies were breaking out in “black spots,” bodies getting “fat, like a barrel,” and turning “black, like coal, and shrinking.”

Source: AP

 

In Ukraine, the cases of cancer among children increased by more than 90 % in the first years after Chernobyl events.

Source: AP

 

People were forced to commit 100,000–200,000 abortions in Europe because of “radiophobia” –  a fear of ionizing radiation.

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There is also an abandoned amusement park in Pripyat that is haunted.

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Not many know, but the territory of Chernobyl won’t be safe for us to live for more than 20 thousand years.

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