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#18507 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w wczoraj, 23:30 w Ogólne

All eight hikers are in this photo...



#18498 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 22 luty 2018 - 21:24 w Ogólne



Mansi, Mansi, Mansi
After February 21 the search of Dyatlov group was coordinated from Ivdel by the local prosecutor Tempalov and representatives of the UPI Yuri Blinov and chairman Lev Gordo.
Yuri Blinov is a member of the Bureau of the Tourist Section of the UPI, and the leader of the group of hikers who, along with Igor Dyatlov's group, was traveling on the same train, then on the same bus, from Sverdlovsk through Serov - Ivdel to the village of Vizhay.
Tempalov received instructions from the secretary of the Ivdel city committee of the KPSS, Prodanov, to start searching for the missing hikers (and Prodanov himself was ordered from Sverdlovsk by regional party and state authorities).
From Sverdlovsk was ordered aerial search.
Prodanov requested the engineer of the Energo Lesokombinat Mikhail Timofeevich Dryakhlih, who communicated with Dyatlov group in the 41st district, to join the search.
Now the only fact that is clear is that Dyatlov group is missing.
It was still to be found what route did they take.
The search operation needed witnesses.
Mansi Nikolay Bakhtiyarov had said that at end of January a group of students (8 people, including one or two women) stayed overnight at his brother Petr Bakhtiyarov’s Yurt.
Mansi settlements in the area, such as Suyevat Paul, consisted of several yurts (nomadic tents), and all of the people were carrying the last last name.
The small settlement were called the Bakhtiyarov Yurt, Khandybin Yurt Anyamov Yurt...
“In the yurt we talked to the hikers.
They said that they are going to the mountains but didn’t specify which one exactly.
They only asked which way is better to go – on the river or some other way, and they went along the road toward the river".
Now we know that these students were from the city of Rostov and headed to Vels peak.
Igor Fomenko led this group.
In February 1959 the lead had to be checked although Bakhtiyarov Yurt was not on Dyatlov group way to Otorten.
But then again, the rescuers didn't have a map to follow.
And the photo of Bakhtiyarov’s family below was made by students from MGU in 1956 that were going to Mt. Otorten.
Vizhay, Bakhtiyarov Yurt and the direction of Otorten.
February 22
Engineer Mikhail Timofeevich Dryakhlih and UPI sports club chairman Lev Gordo landed in Vizhay with a helicopter.
They took forester Kuznetsov and flew to North Toshemka river to the yurt of Alexander Prokakopevich Anyamov (Mansi).
They talked to him.
Then flew to the upper sources the Vizhay river, above the tributary of Anchuchа.
They landed, Dryakhlih and Kuznetsov visited Mansi Bakhtiyarov 5 yurts.
After that they flew west to the Urals and saw a clear track of the Mansi dog sled that went from Bakhtiyarov yurt Vizhay river 1.5 km west to the Urals.
No traces of the missing hikers were found.
Varvara Kuzmovna Bakhtiyarova and her children Miron and Albina, 1956
Moscow was made aware of the incident, and soon also sent a few experienced hikers.
Eugene Maslennikov, the head of the UPI sports club, was appointed to coordinate the search, together with Colonel George Ortyukov of the Army, who was in charge of overall logistics and helicopter support.
Slobtsov group of 11 assembled first and consisted mainly of UPI students: Boris Slobtsov, Vadim Brusnitsin, Stas Devyatov, Yuri Koptelov, Vyacheslav Krotov, Vladimir Lebedev, Vladimir Strelnikov, Vyacheslav Khalizov, Mikhail Sharavin.
The group also included two local residents - forester Ivan Pashin and hunter Alexei Cheglakov of the Ministry of Internal Affairs with experience in the taiga.
Several prison guards from the Ivdel LAG under the leadership of Captain Alexey Chernyshov and another seven officers of MVD (cops) under command of lieutenant Potapov have joined the search in the Dyatlov group.
Another three groups were formed in UPI from student volunteers under the leadership of Oleg Grebennik, Moises Akselrod and Boris Slobtsov.
Additionally, four Mansi hunters were hired to help and look for the missing group.
Moscow sent several specialists including E.P. Maslennikov, Baskin, Bardin and Shuleshko.
Slobtsov rescue group was transported on An-2 from Sverdlovsk to the military airfield of Ivdel with equipment and weekly supply of products.
Waited for a airlift by a helicopter but the weather was prohibitive.
Slobtsov group had to spent the night in Ivdel.
Headquarters of the Ural Military District
To investigate the tragedy in Mt Kholat Syakhl, a state commission was established consisting of Major-General M. N. Shishkarev, Deputy Chairman of the Sverdlovsk Regional Executive Committee V. Pavlov, Head of the Sverdlovsk Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union F. T. Ermash, Prosecutor of Sverdlovsk N. I. Klinov and Major-General of Aviation M. I. Gorlachenko.

















#18491 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 21 luty 2018 - 20:51 w Ogólne




Begining of the Search.
The confusion.
The photo above is showing Ural Polytechnic Institute, a photo recovered from Dyatlov hikers camera.
Smoke from heating coal is filling up the sky.
The mood in UPI is foreboding.
The awareness that Dyatlov group was missing was marked by three incidents – only the first links of a long chain of misunderstandings and coincidences which we don’t call cover up.
At least not yet.
There was confusion.
By February 21 UPI was buzzing like a hornets nest.
Hikers families were worried sick and demanded search operations to start immediately.
Students were bursting with desire to help their friends.
The head of UPI sports club was not answering his phone, not because he was busy doing something, but because he was not aware of the situation.
Here are the three facts contributing to the confusion:
  1. Yudin was supposed to relate the fact that the return date is postponed from 12 to 15 of February. This on its own is not a big delay, but the problem is that he told this to a member of Blinov bureau which on its own is a bad coincidence because Blinov group was in the same region at the same time as Dyatlov group.
  2. So when UPI sports club chairman Lev Semenovich Gordo said that a telegram came from Vizhay on February 18th informing of group’s delay nobody checked on the fact that this was not from Dyatlov, but Blinov group. Unbelievable, but it’s a fact. There are many unbelievable facts in this whole case which is still not opened, and we will keep posting till the proceedings in 1959 are discontinued.
  3. Dyatlov didn’t file a route map. Basically at the time when the search needed a flying start it turn out they didn’t know where to look. The two sides that coincided here were that Dyatlov was headstrong, didn’t like authorities, and perhaps, judging by the place their tent was later on found, he wanted to try a new approach to Mt. Otorten, not the standard one. And he wanted to play it by ear, something that won’t be approved if filed. If you file a plan you need to follow it. The second fact is that the UPI sports club administration actually allowed the group to go without all the required documents for the trip.
The necessary information began to be feverishly reconstructed from the stories of people who heard about the plans of Dyatlov group.
The problem with the missing map was resolved by a member of another Politech sport club - Ignaty Fokich Ryagin, a friend of the Kolevatov family, who discussed extensively with Alexander the forthcoming trek in mid January.
Ryagin recalled the route of the group from memory and on February 19 Rimma handed over the map to Colonel Georgy Ortyukov, a tactics instructor from the UPI military department, who led the search for the group in those February days, and subsequently put a lot of effort into clarifying the history of the Dyatlov group.
Kolevatova witness testimony from, , from Dyatlov group case files (page 272)
"... The search of the missing group started with great delay.
The group was supposed to return in Sverdlovsk on February 14-15, on February 12 they were to send a telegram from Vizhay, their final point along the route.
Parents were worried about their children and, of course, they called both the UPI sports club and the city sports club (according to Dubinina and Slobodin's families).
I myself called the institute only on February 17, 3 days after the expected return date.
I couldn't get hold of UPI sports club chairman Gordo, all my attempts to get through to him were futile.
I then called the city sports club Comrade Ufimtsev.
He assured me that there is nothing to worry about, that the group is delayed for a week and they are on their way back.
A certain fact is indignant and criminal: Gordo informed UPI party committee that a telegram had been received from Vizhay on February 18 reporting a delay of the group.
Secretary of the UPI party committee Comrade Zaostrovsky F.P. did not check on Gordo's report and did not inform the Director of UPI Comrade Syunov N.S., about the incident.
The Director learned about the missing group only after he was phoned by Comrade Pedchenko E.P. from the city party committee (I myself had to go to the city committee with a request to take measures to initiate search of the missing group).
There was a telegram though, but from a different group that was in the same area (Blinov's group), so the institute's directorate was not informed about the negligence.
The search began only at the insistence of the parents of tourists.
When the Polytechnic Institute began organizing the search, it turned out that the sports club did not have a route map which the hikers were supposed to follow in their trek, that is a scheme printed over a map.
The deputy chairman of the UPI sports club, Comrade Milman, learned from third parties that I had a map with the route before the group went on their hike, and called my sister Nina Sergeevna Anisimova with a request to provide the map to be used in the search.
But my brother Alexander took this map with him on the trek.
A map was given to to this brother (Comrade Milman) by Ignaty Fokich Ryagin, deputy head of the trust Gipromedrud (if I'm not mistaken in the name), friend of ours.
He knew about the trek because we (me and my brother) talked with him about the forthcoming trek.
After the call from the UPI sports club at our request I.F. Ryagin restored from memory the route and drew it on a map, which I personally passed on February 19 to Colonel Ortyukov (who was the first one to fly to find the group).
The above fact testifies to the utter indifference and lack of control on behalf of those responsible for organizing the campaign and launching the search groups..."
Organization of the Search, from Dyatlov group case files (page 36)
Organization of the Search
Return date of Dyatlov group, registered in Sverdlovsk, was 12.02.59.
When Yudin decided to go back due to illness, Dyatlov asked him to relate (without specifying exactly to whom) that the control date is postponed to 15.02.59.
On the postponement of the deadline Yudin reported privately to a certain UPI student, in particular member of Blinov bureau.
12.02, when the deadline expired, the GK did not know about the delay to 15.02, and the sports club UPI did not have any deadlines at all because the group took the documentation with them.
Until 16.02, no one was concerned about Dyatlov group.
16.02 Blinov rang to GK FK and sports club and understood that there is no telegram from Dyatlov group.
17.02 rang again 18.02 GK FK and sports club called Vinsay (Vizhay, red) 19.02 – received an answer that Dyatlov group hasn't turned up.
20.02 – it was decided to send to Ivdel Blinov and the chairman of the UPI sports club comrade Gordo.
21.02 they flew to Ivdel with a special flight and began circling above the hiking area.
Ivdel hotel where search teams stayed in 1959.
February 20
UPI sports club called a meeting, and the other expedition groups in the region were informed that there might be a problem with Dyatlov group.
Search parties were formed that including the hikers from treks that had recently returned.
The groups led by Sergey Sogrin, Yuri Blinov, and Vladislav Karelin all received telegrams telling them to stop and wait for reinforcements.
February 21
More teams from the university were dispatched to help with the search.
One team was led by Boris Slobtsov, a student at the UPI, another by Oleg Grebennik, also a UPI student, and the third by Moses Axelrod, an experienced climber.
Under the command of Captain Alexey Chernyshov, a fourth fresh group comprising military personnel was dispatched.
Some local Mansi people were also asked to help.
The first search team loads into helicopter in Ivdel. 1959
















#18471 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 18 luty 2018 - 21:36 w Ogólne

The area is where the group stopped on the 30th to the morning of the 1st February.


Investigators and Kurikov the head Mansi as unearthed the storage.


A extra ski marked the storage in the ground, in reason years experience hikers are amazed.


Why the hikers put there food and items in the ground... did they suspect someone would find the storage in time?


Unusual, if stored its always in the tree's, so wolve can't find the food...


Slobstov and Kurikov looked concerned...









#18470 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 18 luty 2018 - 21:30 w Ogólne

These are interested...


The cedar tree where they found Doroshenko and Krivonischenko.


Some close ups of broken branches, its said they found tissue on the branches belonging to Krivonischenko.


These branches would have been thinner in the 50's.















#18469 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 18 luty 2018 - 21:21 w Ogólne

These photos of the cedar tree, and Krivonischenko laying silently.


They took Doroshenko's body away and left Krivonischenko for over a day, just lying there.


The fire is behind the cedar the direction of the winds came from behind the cedar.


The area is more of a large valley.


Using snowdrift to build up down in the ravine.


A thin layer of snow covered Krivonischenko and Doroshenko, reason for Sharavin to say a blanket, meaning they was covered in a blanket of snow, there was also a bottle found near one singed log near the cedar.


Some new researchers have put it that there could be a possible ski track behind Doroshenko and Krivonischenko making it possible for a third person to be there...















#18455 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 15 luty 2018 - 21:24 w Ogólne

Trousers and a jumper was found near the branches which was broken near the cedar tree further at the back of the cedar tree.


Slobstov said they belonged to Krivonischenko...



#18453 Uniwersum Metro 2033: Wędrowiec

Napisano przez fortyck w 15 luty 2018 - 21:14 w Dmitry Glukhovsky



Data wydania: 2018-02-15


Liczba stron razem: 304







"Ludzkość musiała przejść przez czyściec, by wydać z siebie nowy podgatunek, który reprezentował teraz ten Wędrowiec.


Jest czysty w swoich zamiarach.






Niemal święty".


Moskiewskie metro, rok 2033.


Po długiej wyprawie na powierzchnię stalker Siergiej Minimalny wraca na Tulską, swoją macierzystą stację.


Tam staje się uczestnikiem tajemniczych wydarzeń, które zwiastują śmiertelne zagrożenie dla ocalałych pod ziemią i w ruinach Moskwy.


Chcąc ich uratować, Minimalny – wraz z nieoczekiwanym partnerem – podejmuje się karkołomnej misji.

"Wędrowca czyta się jednym tchem.


Bohaterowie są tak autentyczni, że w kilka minut staną się twoimi najlepszymi kumplami.


Powieść ma wyjątkowy klimat i wciąga niepowtarzalną fabułą; jest przy tym pełna akcji i zagadek.


W metrze Surena, jak w życiu, jest wszystko: radości, zmartwienia, bolączki, lęki.


To żywa i prawdziwa książka.


Zaręczam, że wam się spodoba".


Dmitry Glukhovsky



Do każdego egzemplarza „Wędrowca” dołączany jest gratis – postapokaliptyczne opowiadanie Dmitrija Glukhovsky’ego „Koniec drogi” (w postaci osobnej książki).


"Opowiadanie „Koniec drogi” napisałem w 2006 roku przy wtórze pocisków Hezbollahu, kiedy byłem korespondentem rosyjskiej telewizji w izraelskim mieście Kirjat Szemona.


Z tamtej perspektywy nuklearny koniec świata, na który prędzej czy później sami się skażemy, wydawał się bardzo prawdopodobny.


Opowiadanie powstało szybko: odgłosy ostrzału i wybuchów bardzo mnie inspirowały.


Nigdy nie planowałem rozpoczynać tym tekstem powieści ani osobnego cyklu opowiadań.


Mimo to bohaterowie „Końca drogi” zaczęli żyć własnym życiem.


Wzmiankę o nich, jeśli będziecie czytać uważnie, znajdziecie w „Metrze 2034”.


Z drugiej strony sądzę, że historia chłopca i starca, wędrujących opuszczoną, niekończącą się drogą (obecnie ukończoną), zasługuje na coś więcej niż opowiadanie.


I jeszcze jedno: wtedy nie miałem pojęcia o istnieniu „Drogi” Cormaca McCarthy’ego, więc nie wińcie mnie, proszę, za jakiekolwiek zbieżności".

Dmitry Glukhovsky



















#18452 Uniwersum Metro 2033 - aktualności

Napisano przez fortyck w 15 luty 2018 - 21:08 w Dmitry Glukhovsky

Dziś, tj., 15 lutego 2018 r. ma miejsce premiera książki z serii 

Uniwersum Metro 2033: Wędrowiec

#18426 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 12 luty 2018 - 21:51 w Ogólne


you can support our project by small donations to get rewards or simply by sharing  ;) 


Every cent counts  :)



#18418 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 09 luty 2018 - 23:03 w Ogólne

The position of the tent.


The supporting skis was found upright, but strange one of the skis are in the wrong position.


Supporting skis should be on both sides of the tent with rope to support the center of the tent.


The entrance is still showing, Sharavin said most of there things as near the entrance half blocking the exist.


Urine was found on the snow near the tent, its mentioned two hikers went out urinating.


This means the entrance wasn't blocked while this happened so as to get back in the tent, most of there things must have been put there when the two got back in the tent.


Slobstov said caps and a scarf was on the slope a flashlight found further down the slope on the third ridge or ledge.


ln the diagram this is how the flashlight was found wedge between snow and canvas on the tent.


Cut skipole at the back, its Sharavin who mentions more broken skipoles was found at the back of the tent along with the three cut pieces of skipole.


lgor's fur jacket was stuff in the damage hole of the tent.


Two pairs of slippers was found on the slope.


Snow must have fallen, through the weeks.


lcepick probably belong to Doroshenko, reason he asked for one back at Upi...


The one ski should be on opposite sides not one at the back position.


They dragged the tent sheet away from the hikers things, most of the skis was used for a foundation on the ground...







#18415 Uniwersum Metro 2033 - aktualności

Napisano przez fortyck w 08 luty 2018 - 22:12 w Dmitry Glukhovsky

Zamów już teraz w promocyjnej cenie!


Do każdego wydania dołączona jest nowela Głuchowskiego pt. "Koniec drogi".




1) Niezależna opowieść - "Wędrowiec" jest jedną z fundamentalnych powieści w świecie Uniwersum Metro 2033.


Samodzielna historia, która jest równie dobrym wprowadzeniem do świata Metro, co oryginalna powieść Głuchowskiego.


2) Moskiewskie metro - wracamy do korzeni i odwiedzimy centralne stacje moskiewskiego metra.


Choć może nam się wydawać, że dużo już o nich wiemy - czeka nas jeszcze sporo sekretów!


3) Przygoda stalkera - ponad 40-letni doświadczony stalker z renomą.


Zostanie uwikłany w konflikt i tylko od niego będzie zależeć jaką rolę przyjmie w tym starciu obcych jemu odwiecznych wrogów.


4) Humor - Wyjątkowe poczucie humoru wylewające się z kartek powieści jest cechą charakterystyczną Surena.


5) Mutanty - "Wędrowiec" wprowadza do kanonu kilka elementarnych mutantów, tym samym nie szczędząc tego elementu w lekturze.


Ale nie na mutantach opiera się cała istota książki, a na człowieczeństwie.


O miejscu ludzkości w metrze, czy w ogóle konieczne jest ocalenie tego świata.





















#18414 Uniwersum Metro 2033 - aktualności

Napisano przez fortyck w 08 luty 2018 - 22:07 w Dmitry Glukhovsky

Druga (pierwsza to Piter 2) książka z serii premium / Uniwersum Metro 2035 - tym razem w Kijowie :)


Duża szansa, że będzie w Polsce.



#18403 Uniwersum Metro 2033 - aktualności

Napisano przez fortyck w 07 luty 2018 - 13:23 w Dmitry Glukhovsky

Wędrowiec - jedna z najważniejszych powieści w świecie Metro 2033 ukaże się już 15 lutego


Książka to powrót do fundamentów serii: klaustrofobicznych tuneli metra, samotnej, stalkerskiej doli i czających się na każdym kroku mutantów.




Wydawnictwo Insignis ogłosiło, że już 15 lutego na półki księgarń trafi książka Wędrowiec, której autorem jest Suren Cormudian.


Pierwotnie opowieść została napisana dla społeczności portalu (nie miała zostać wydana na papierze), ale zdobyła tak duże uznanie wśród fanów, że po kilku miesiącach została oficjalnie opublikowana i stała się jedną z podstawowych lektur świata Metro 2033.


Akcja Wędrowca toczy się w październiku 2033, na miesiąc przed przygodą Artema.


Głównym bohaterem jest Siergiej Minimalny, profesjonalny, samotny stalker, specjalizujący się w zdobywaniu książek.


Po ciężkiej wyprawie, bohater wraca na rodzimą stację Tulską i zostaje wciągnięty w konflikt między dwoma tajemniczymi przeciwnikami.


Siergiej odegra w tym starciu znaczącą rolę.


Bohater będzie też musiał zapłacić bardzo wysoką cenę...


Książka nie jest prostą przygodą w zniszczonym świecie.


Postaci stworzone przez Surena są barwni, pełni życia i autentyczni.


Autor pisze o człowieczeństwie - miejscu ludzkości w metrze, dobru i złu, możliwości istnienia tych wartości w czystej formie i stawia pytanie - czy ocalenie świata jest konieczne?


Całość okraszona jest sardonicznym poczuciem humoru, historia ta nie raz wywoła więc uśmiech na waszych twarzach.


Wędrowiec jest adresowany do wszystkich fanów postapokalipsy.


Nie wymaga znajomości żadnej lektury z serii, toteż można od niego rozpocząć przygodę w świecie Metro 2033.


Powieść Wędrowiec została nagrodzona brązowym medalem w głosowaniu na książkę roku 2010 (ustępując miejsca tylko książkom Piter i Do światła).


Sam Dmitry Glukhovsky docenił Surena Cormundiana i poprosił go o napisanie następnej powieści w serii.


Tak właśnie powstało Dziedzictwo przodków.


Wydanie Wędrowca to nie koniec atrakcji.


W ciągu ostatnich czterech lat Wydawnictwo Insignis publikowało rosyjskie powieści z Uniwersum Metro 2033 z darmowym zbiorem opowiadań.


Tym razem przygotowało dla fanów niespodziankę w postaci papierowej, 60-stronicowej wersji opowiadania Dmitrija Glukhovsky'ego - Koniec drogi, dodawanej za darmo do każdego egzemplarza Wędrowca


Koniec drogi jest powiązane z jedną z legend, którą można usłyszeć w Metro 2034.


Załoga okrętu atomowego, która przetrwała wojnę, zacumowała niedaleko Władywostoku.


Tam dzięki użyciu reaktora atomowego osiedliła się w opuszczonej wiosce rybackiej.


O tych wydarzeniach opowiada Za horyzont, natomiast Koniec drogi skupia się na wyjątkowym spotkaniu chłopca i starca, których łączy tytułowa, wspólna droga.


W styczniu w Rosji ukazała się trzecia książka Cormudiana, w której poruszany jest problem komunikacji międzyludzkiej - czy ludzie stojący po dwóch stronach konfliktu zdołają znaleźć wspólny język w obliczu zagrożenia?


Sytuacja społeczno-polityczna jest daleka od animozji amerykańsko-rosyjskiej w fikcyjnym świecie Metro 2033, ale powieść jest dobrym początkiem do dyskusji.


Niebawem Suren Cormudian zagości w Warszawie, by spotkać się z czytelnikami.


Nadarzy się więc świetna okazja, by z nim porozmawiać, zdobyć autograf i zrobić wspólne zdjęcie.


Szczegóły zostaną podane już wkrótce.


Z okazji premiery książki Wędrowiec Wydawnictwo Insignis przygotowało specjalną ofertę cenową na wcześniej wydane pozycje z Uniwersum Metro 2033.


Uzupełnij swoją kolekcję – książki w cenie 19,99 zł tylko w outlecie Wydawnictwa Insignis.


Ilość egzemplarzy w tej cenie ograniczona!



















#18395 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 06 luty 2018 - 21:21 w Ogólne

This drawing was done by Sharavin.


Alot of the items was half blocking the entrance.


Why block the entrance to cut your way out...


I read Doroshenko asked the sports committee for a icepick.


Which was found outside by the entrance.


Possible Dorochenko, Igor was at the back of the tent, his things was found at the back along with Zina's diary...



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#18385 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 03 luty 2018 - 21:33 w Ogólne

On April the 27th 2013 at the age of 76 Yuri Yudin died of heart failure.


At the end he wasn't the shadow of himself, his illness was diagnosed as a severe stage of varicose veins.


The Dyatlov foundation funded him to have an operation, but did not succeed in persuading Yuri to have an operation, and spent time being cared for by a nurse.


In the end his heart gave in ''He always said, there is one thing he wanted to ask God what happened to his friends...''






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#18375 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 01 luty 2018 - 21:24 w Ogólne

This is a speculative reenactment of the events outside the tent up on the slopes of Kholat Syakhl on Dyatlov group last night alive.


This story is based the following facts:


  • sightings of light effects in the sky are common for this latitude ***
  • Zolotoryov and Thibeaux-Brignolles were wearing felt boots (valenki)
  • the camera found around Zolotoryov's neck
  • frame from Zolotoryov's damaged film
  • Thibeaux-Brignolles and Krivonischenko’s knives were found in their parkas inside the tent
  • Kolevatov's Finish knife was found inside the tent in March
  • The black plastic sheath of that same knife was found outside the tent in May when the snow started to melt
  • Kolevatov was wearing one felt boot on his right foot
  • Dyatlov's jacket was found outside the tent, knife in his pocket
  • Dyatlov's flashlight was found on top of the tent
  • Slobodin's injuries
  • Rustem's body was the only one with icy bed under from the hardening of the thawing snow


*** Here is a statement of someone familiar with the region:
"I have lived a number of years above the Arctic Circle.


Lights, fireballs, and other strange luminescent events are common.


People in the lower latitudes only know about 'the Northern Lights' but there is a whole range of strange and spectacular things that happen at the higher latitudes.


And it's not all lights either.


Sound events often occur too, with and without lights.


I have heard and seen things that I would think were alien ships whizzing by or crashing if I wasn't an engineer with a physics education.


The amount of energy deflected and channeled by the earth's magnetic field is enormous and causes all sorts of light and sound shows at the higher latitudes.

Everyone wants to treat the fireball events seen around the time of the Dyatlov tragedy as special.


Sorry, that sort of thing is not special at all.


Go spend a couple winters up there and you'll see.


I have.


And I am not impressed at all by the stories.


They are as common as hurricanes in Florida.


Sure, some are bigger than others and some seasons have few and others a lot.


But what was seen was not unique."



Let's read about an incident that happened on March 31, 1959.


Sergey Sogrin, 4th year student in UPI, went out of the rescuers tent to relief himself at 4 am and saw a "fireball" (the emergency flight of the R-7 ICBM from Tyuratam to Kur).


He went back to the tent and alarmed Meshternyakov, who was the watchman at that time, and who woke up the rest of the rescuers.


They all went out to look at the fireball the way they were sleeping or else they will miss the show.


They were wearing socks only, and trying to step on branches that were laying around the tent.


Does it ring a bell?


What if Zolotoryov and Thibeaux-Brignolles put their valenki and went out to relief themselves, saw something in the sky, Zolotoryov might have rushed back to the tent to get his camera and called the rest of the hikers to observe whatever was happening in the sky.


I am speculating that whatever got the hikers out of the tent was in the sky and not an immediate threat because they would otherwise try to put on some shoes, clothes, and take their knives.


Dyatlov went out in his jacket and there was a knife in his pocket.


Kolevatov had his Finish knife in a sheath hung on his belt.


They would also have exited the tent through its designated opening, and not cutting through the sides, or else they wouldn't arrange and look up in the sky while Zolotoryov is shooting photos above their heads.


Cutting through the sides of the tent would call for running for their lives which did not happen.


The footprints show walking in the snow, not running.


While they watch the sky something goes terribly wrong.


But they are 9 young and physically fit people, 2 women amongst them.


Behavior analysis says that it is very probable somebody to try to stand up for the group.


If they were threatened with (machine) guns and ordered to strip (Dyatlov's jacket was found outside the tent), Kolevatov must have unbuckled his belt to remove the sheath and throw it in the snow.


If Slobodin snatched the blade from the sheath and try to confront the attackers, he would have been beaten to be incapacitated, not just for intimidation.


He received several heavy blows to the head, capable of knocking anyone out, he had low foot injury (two well-known abrasions remained on the lower third of the left shin), crack in the skull (on the left side) that looks very much like from a butt of an firearm, bilateral hemorrhages in the temporal muscles, abrasions and scratches on the forehead, abrasions on the left cheekbone and eyelid of the right eye.


Rustem had bloody nose too.


These injuries are consistent with boxing or wrestling i.e. hand to hand fight.


Rustem had bruised knuckles and laceration of the skin in the lower part of the right forearm (like Yuri Doroshenko).


Now lets turn our attention to the black plastic sheath that Yuri Yudin and Rimma Kolevatova identified as belonging to Alexander Kolevatov.


The knife was a present from Rimma to her brother and she knew it very well.


The knife was found in the tent, and the sheath was outside the tent.


What is more interesting is why the sheath was without a belt.


The owner had to unbuckle the belt, remove the sheath, and then put the belt back through the loops of the pants - this manipulation itself is rather strange, because a knife suspended in a sheath does not cause inconvenience.


You can quickly get used to it and stop noticing it, you can even sleep with it without any problems.


But Kolevatov for some reason decided to get rid of the sheath.


Apart from this, the knife was removed from the sheath outside the tent.


If Kolevatov really saved his friends from under the snow slump and cut his tent with his "fink" from the inside, the picture should have been the opposite - the empty sheath is in the tent, and the knife is outside it.


That's not the case though.


Something prompted Alexander Kolevatov to remove the knife in its sheath from the belt and throw it into the snow, as if they were unnecessary to him - and this action is completely absurd in the case of any non-criminal scenario of events.


A knife dramatically increases his chances of survival in an uncertain environment.


The logic in removing the sheath from the belt and throwing out the knife can only be in case of forced disarmament, i.e. execution of the team under threat of reprisal.


Another scenario - there is an avalanche and Kolevatov, the only one with his knife on the belt pulls it out, cuts the tent from the inside to secure an escape route, then throws the knife away to help his friends out.


The knife is registered to him and if he loses the "Finn" he can get up to 5 years of imprisonment (Article 182 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR in the redaction of 1926 with additions from 1933 and 1935).


Lets say Kolevatov is not rational.


But why stop outside and make the much more lengthy exercise of removing the empty sheath from his belt?


After Kolevatov put his "Finn" in the sheath on the snow, someone tried to use the knife.


There is no other explanation why the sheath is empty outside the tent.


Alexei Rakitin in his article "Why Rustem Slobodin froze first?" ("Почему Рустем Слободин замёрз первым?") in his online edition "Death is not far behind... " (my friend Andrei Andreev contributed this loose translation of "Смерть, идущая по следу…") makes a very good speculative reenactment of the events surrounding the first encounter of the group with their attackers.


Because of Rustem Slobodin's character, background, type of injuries and how he was found - Rakitin believes that Rustem Slobodin was the person who pulled the "Finn" out of the sheath and try to resist.


The moment when he must have tried that would be when he bent to remove his felt boots.


He was found with only one felt boot on his right foot.


Slobodin remained in the same felt-boots: the first he took off himself before grabbing the knife, and after the beating no one began to pull off the second felt from the unconscious body.


The other two hikers wearing felt boots were Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles and Semyon Zolotaryov.


In my scenario they have their boots on because they went out to relief themselves while the rest of the hikers were called out to look at "fireball" in the sky.


Even if the attackers did not care about their boots and marched the hikers down the slope after Rustem caused the commotion, I cannot explain why they didn't "loose" Zolotoryov's camera.


No matter who they were, the perpetrators must have known what a camera was for and that there could be incriminating photos that will survive the ordeal.


In Rakitin's scenario Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles and Semyon Zolotaryov were out when the tent was attacked and they hid or ran in the dark, and joined their friends later on when they were already marching down the slope.


I have it difficult to adhere to this version because the hikers were stalked before the confrontation.


I don't see a way that Thibeaux-Brignolles and Zolotaryov will come out unnoticed.


They couldn't have been out in their felt boots for more than 5-10 mins, and the traces of urine were not far away from the tent.


Nobody goes to pee in the untrampled snow.


The beating of Slobodin was the climax in the scene at the tent.


Suppressed by all seen and heard, not understanding the essence of what is happening, the hikers have already obediently performed the last command of their tormentors: "Get out of here while you can!"


Having picked up Rustem Slobodin, who was not yet fully come to life, the tourists pulled down the slope, intuitively realizing not to go in the direction of the labaz (cache), so their attackers would not vandalize the provisions they have left there.


The hikers did not run, the attackers told them to scram.


Their first reaction to the incident was quite understandable - they were relieved that the extremely shameful, disgusting and senseless scene of their general humiliation and beating had ended.


The weather was relatively warm -5°С to -7°С - and compared to the stress such cold did not seem prohibitive or even dangerous.


Very soon - literally a few dozen meters from the tent - the group was joined by the Thibeaux-Brignolles and Zolotaryov.


While going down the slope the reunited group was engaged in a animated discussion of the incident, a discussion that must have been very polemical and even conflicting.


Zolotaryov knew more than others and had the most extensive life experience, it he must have offered a plan, perhaps even imposed it on the rest of the group.


What this action plan was, we will never know and can only guess.


We know that the tracks down the slope converged, then parted, but kept a common direction, and the hikers were always within a earshot.


They certainly talked on the move, adrenaline high, vigorously proving and convincing each other of one thing or another.


So, what does it prove?


Objectively, nothing, or rather, just that the hikers descending the slope had the intention of sticking together.


However, for a psychologist this "swarming of the footsteps" ("Human Swarming and the future of Collective Intelligence") there is considerable meaning.


Hikers intuitively divided into groups "according to preferences" - when someone suggested a reasonable plan of action, supporters moved closer to him, when another reasonable proposal followed - people went to him.


This does not mean that the hikers ran from one leader to another, this is unconscious movement.


Unfortunately the tracks were not photographed and studied by the investigators.


If this were the case, after the discovery of the corpses, prints on the snow could have been matched to a specific person.


Imagine being able to say: here Lyudmila Dubinina walks for 150 m along with Dyatlov, and then moves closer to Zolotaryov and continues descending beside him; Kolevatov always remains near Semen Zolotaryov; Rustem Slobodin moves a little apart from the rest of the hikers and in a general does not seem to be involved in the conversation ...


We could have followed each of the group members down the slope and their body language could have said a lot about the last hours of their lives, about the clustering from the cedar in particular.


Rustem Slobodin was suffering from the cerebral trauma he received stumbled behind the group.


At a distance of about 1 km from the tent he fell into the snow.


Rustem lost consciousness and the ability to move about 20 mins after the attack.


It is well known that people who have suffered the heaviest knockout and who received a severe closed brain injury can recover and for some time demonstrate satisfactory condition (until the intracranial hemorrhage begins to put pressure on the meninges).


Soccer players can continue the game, the boxer can break into a fight ... well-known video recordings of athletes who received death craniocerebral injuries during the competition, but at the same time show complete self-control and external well-being for a while.


After 10-20 minutes, it ends with a call to the team physician first, and then - the paramedics.


This phenomenon of the seeming vigor of an already actually dying person is sometimes very accurately called "deferred death".


The speed of development of the process is significantly affected by the motor activity of the victim and the temperature of the environment - both slow the growth of hemorrhage.


No one noticed the disappearance of Rustem Slobodin in the dark - the group went ahead leaving their mortally wounded friend lagging behind.


Rustem was the first to die, this is clearly indicated by the high temperature of his body at the time of the fall in the snow.


Underneath was discovered the so-called "bed of the corpse", a layer of melted snow that forms from the warmth of the body.


Such a "bed of the corpse" was present only under Slobodin's body, the rest of the hikers found on the slope and at the cedar were already very cold by the time they fell to the ground.





















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#18374 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 01 luty 2018 - 21:09 w Ogólne

1 February - 59 year to the day


On February 1 the group started out late, covered 2 km only and pitched a tent on the open ridge for a "cold" overnight i.e. without firewood.
Dyatlov group had to prepare a note for the ascent to Mt Otorten, but instead they write on Evening Otorten №1, the satirical propaganda leaflet.
The only written piece where snowman (or Yeti) is mentioned is in Evening Otorten №1, the satirical propaganda leaflet Dyatlov Group put together at the night of the incident.
The case file does not contain a photo of this flyer, only a transcript of its content.
You might think that Keith McCloskey, Libecki and others would want to consult the original document in order to independently authenticate such an apparently important clue, but they do not.
We have to guess what their plans were.
  • They were carrying the stove and even though they did not used it that night it means that they were planning on using it at least once before their return back to the labaz.
  • They pitched the tent on the ridge although they had the time to go down to Lozva river. The only reason to do that is to continue in the morning on high grounds towards Otorten, where it is easier to ski on firm snow.


The conclusion is that they planned to have more "warm" overnight on February 2 at lake Lunthusaptur (Лунтхусаптур) under Mt Otorten where the source of Lozva starts.
They must have planned to make the note for the ascent then.
On the morning of February 3 make an ascent to Mt Otorten, and replace the note that was there with their own.
Then they pack their tent and start their way back.
They spend another "cold" overnight on February 3 on Kholat Syakhl.
On February 4 the group was supposed to go back to their labaz on Auspiya river.
From the campsite on February 1 to Mt Otorten is about 18 km.
Taking into account the return journey, that makes 36 km.
The group planned to leave on February 1 and return on February 4 to the labaz, the group had to take products for 3 days.
The upcoming route was r. Auspiya - lake Lunthusaptur - Mt Otorten - r. Auspiya.
They started late on February 1 because they waited for the weather to clear out.
They wrote Evening Otorten №1, built a storage (labaz), gather firewood for the return back.
Then after lunch, Dyatlov took the risk and lead the group up the the mountain Kholat Syakhl.
Dyatlov Pass is not where the group was headed.
The pass is the place to go over Kholat Syakhl if you are going to come down.
Some people speculate that Dyatlov got lost and didn't find the pass.
This is not true.
The group didn't intend to go though the pass.
They wanted to gain altitude and stay on the ridge for a "cold" overnight i.e. without firewood.
They went 2 km and about 3 pm setup a camp site.
39995449332_644c065c7d_o.jpgFebruary 1 Dyatlov group on their way to Kholat Syakhl
February 1 Dyatlov group on their way to Kholat Syakhl
February 1 Dyatlov group setting up the tent for their last night alive, photo is taken around 3 pm
39995448902_a66235fb82_o.jpgFebruary 1 Dyatlov group setting up the tent for their last night alive, photo is taken around 3 pm
On February 2 the group was supposed to cover 14 - 14.5 km on a firm snow, reach lake Lunthusaptur and to have a "warm" overnight.
That's way they took the stove with them and was found in the tent, not used on the tragic night of February 1.
What happened on the night of February 1959 will haunt us till this day.
I can offer only a speculative reenactment of the events of this night.


















#18369 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 31 styczeń 2018 - 21:03 w Ogólne

31 January - 59 years to the day


The sequence of frames in film №1 is questionable.
The film is cut and it is hard to tell which frame follows which.
According to the sequence of frames it turns out that Doroshenko's sweatshirt was burned in the night January 31 to February 1.
However, it is known from the diary of Zina Kolmogorova that the sweatshirt was burned in the night January 30 to January 31.
There is a clear contradiction.
What to believe, the sequence of the film cut into several parts or entries in the diary?
With the further restoration of the chronology of events, we will stick to the entries in the diaries.

Dyatlov group diary


31 January 1959
Today the weather is a bit worse wind (west), snow (probably from the pines) because the sky is perfectly clear.
Came out relatively early (around 10 am).
Took the same Mansi sled trail.
Till now we walk along a Mansi trail, which was crossed by a deer hunter not long ago.
Yesterday we apparently came across his resting stop.
Deer didn't go much further.
The hunter didn't follow the beaten trail and we are now in his steps.
Today was surprisingly good accommodations for the tent, air is warm and dry, despite the low temperature of -18C to -24C.
Walking is especially hard today.
Visibility is very low.
We can't see the trail and sometimes we have to advance gropingly.
All we can do is 1.52 km (1 mile) per hour.
We are forced to find new methods of clearing the path for the skis.
The first member leaves his backpack on the ground and walks forward, then returns and rests for 10-15 minutes with the group.
Thus we have a non-stop paving of the trail.
It is especially hard for the second to move down the new trail with full gear on the back.
We gradually leave the Auspiya valley, the rise is continuous, but quite smooth.
Fir trees are replaced by wispy birch-wood.
We came out of the tree line.
Wind is western, warm, penetrating.
The speed of the wind is similar to the air draft created by a taking off airplane.
Firn, open spaces.
I can't even start thinking of setting up a storage.
It's close to 4. 
We have to start looking for a place to pitch the tent.
We are going south in Auspiya river valley.
This apparently is the place covered with the deepest snow.
Wind is not strong, snow cover is 1,22 m.
Tired and exhausted we started the preparations for the night.
Not enough firewood.
Frail damp firs.
We started fire with logs, too tired to dig a fire pit.
We had supper right in the tent. It's warm.
It is hard to imagine such a comfort somewhere on the ridge, with a piercing wind, hundreds kilometers away from human settlements. 
The stream is not frozen.
Walking along the creek is not possible, large snowdrifts and deep snow.
This photo in possible to have been taken on January 30.
Alexander Kolevatov and Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles, behind them stands a pair of skis.
Behind Nikolai's right, leaning against the birch and all in the snow, lies a backpack.
To this birch is tied an extension that holds the center of the tent.
Behind the backpack and birch stands a tent.
The edge of the slope of the tent is covered with snow, wet spots are visible on the slope.
Alexander is pointing at something down and laughs, Nikolai looks down and laughs too.
The guys most likely laugh at the burnt Doroshenko's sweatshirt.
Dyatlov (left, bended), Zolotaryov, Dubinina and Kolevatov (right) brushing ashes from Dyatlov's homemade stove.
We can see Kolevatov's Finnish knife.
Note how the tent is suspended on a rope tied to nearby trees.
From this photo and other we can speculate that Lyuda liked to hang around the the seniour member of the group - Zolotaryov and Thibeaux-Brignolles.
That can explain her choice to join them at the last hours of her life.
Just for laughs Rustem Slobodin put on the burnt sweatshirt that belonged to Yuri Doroshenko and posed for the photo.
Morning, Rustem Slobodin posing for a photo in the burnt sweatshirt that belonged to Doroshenko.
Behind him in the snow lies a pair of skis, in front of him is a backpack, Rustem's feet are covered with shoe covers.
The group is preparing to get on the trail.
... It's impossible to walk along the river - it did not freeze, and under the snow, water and ice ...
In the photo Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles.
To the left in the snow lies the ski.
Large drifts, deep snow, Nikolai fell into a creek under the snow.
Nikolai lies in the snow.
The ski that lay next to it is no longer visible covered with snow, next to it there are two ski poles.
One ski stick plunged into the snow to the very handle, this indicates that the depth of the snow is more than a meter.
Some of the guys tried to pull Nikolai by the legs and pulled off his left foot boots.
Nikolai cleared himself of some snow and puts a black glove on his left hand.
Apparently it was his turn to pack the snow ahead of the group.
The group walked along the river covered with snow and at some point Nikolai collapsed.
Nikolai got out of the snowdrift, got to his feet, put on his right foot boots and looked at the guys.
In the foreground, behind the branches, lies his backpack, next to him is a black right mitt, skis and ski poles.
In front to the left is a hole in the snow, probably under it is a stream.
You can see tracks leading to the silhouette.
This is not somebody hiding in the forest going after the group, like Yeti.
This theory is Discovery channel’s way to justify a budget spent on a movie - so they had to offer an ending that will speak to the american audience.
In the states you can’t make a movie and not have an ending.
Please stop asking me about the “Yeti” photo.
This is Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles.
Nikolai smiles at the photographer, although it's clear he is very cold.
The group stopped for lunch.
In the foreground is Zina Kolmogorova.
She stuck her ski poles in the snow, one of the guys helped her take off her backpack and put it next to her.
Zina took off the mittens and threw them on the snow, in her right hand she holds several pieces of sugar, waiting for Kolya Thibaut to give her the rest of the dinner.
On the left Kolya Thibaut's foot and hand, he sits on a backpack and distributes food to the hikers.
Yuri Krivonischenko, Lyuda Dubinina, Yuri Doroshenko and Alexander Kolevatov.
After lunch, the group heads to the pass.
Bad weather, strong wind, blizzard, visibility is limited. In the photo, most likely it's Zina Kolmogorova.
In the photo is Rustem Slobodin, on his shoulders there is a backpack with a pair of felt boots, a handle of an ax sticks out from the backpack.
Next to him is a backpack, on the far background from the right one more backpack is seen, most likely it's a bag with the tent.
The group stopped at the foot of the pass on the border of the forest.
There is strong wind, blizzard and low visibility.
Photo by Yuri Krivonischenko
In the foreground, without a backpack, stands Igor Dyatlov and looks somewhere to the left of the photographer.
His left knee in the snow, obviously Igor was kneeling when he took off his backpack.
From the left, behind Igor, is Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles, he took off his ski boot and looked at the photographer.
Resisting the force of the wind, Igor and Nikolai inclined their bodies forward.
In the background is Lyuda Dubinina, she turns away from the wind and looks around, looks at the one who follows her.
She has a small backpack on her back.
The presence of a small backpack on the back of Lyuda Dubinina.
She had a leg wound, so the guys tried to make the weight of her backpack as easy as possible.
Behind her another figure is visible, most likely it's Alexander Kolevatov.
The group came to the foot of the pass and stopped at the edge of the forest.
Around the small crooked birches and spruce.
The weather is very different from what it was in the valley of the Auspiya river.
On the pass there is a strong wind, blizzard, low visibility is bad at 100 - 200 m.
We gradually leave Auspiya valley, the rise is continuous, but quite smooth.
Fir trees are replaced by wispy birch-wood.
We came out of the tree line.
Wind is western, warm, penetrating.
The speed of the wind is like air draft created by a taking off airplane.
Firn, open spaces.
I can't even start thinking of setting up a storage.
It's close to 4 pm.
39111371085_a658263c30_o.jpgPhoto by Yuri Krivonischenko
It seems like there were members of the group that were sent out to scout the pass, and they just came back.
Very interesting shot - it recorded one of the important moments in the fate of the group.
The tourists stopped at a halt, on the border of the forest, to put on warm clothes and prepare for further ascent in the mountain.
While the group was gathering firewood, Dyatlov and Kolevatov went further up to assess the conditions.
Igor Dyatlov on the left, talking to Semyon Zolotaryov.
Igor is on the skis, Alexander Kolevatov listens to what Igor is saying and looks at Semyon or at some of the guys behind him.
To the right is Semyon Zolotarev, he threw a jacket on his shoulders and listens attentively to what Igor is saying with a serious expression on his face.
Behind Semyon is Yura Doroshenko, he goes to his backpack. In the background on skis is Rustem Slobodin with a heavy backpack, with boots on top of it.
On the previous photo there was an ax sticking out of his backpack, now it's not there.
They are cutting wood for the night.
Rustem warms his hands in his pockets and looks at Lyuda and Nikolai.
Next to him on the ski is Zina Kolmogorova.
She is slightly bent forward and puts her left arm on her shoulder strap from the backpack.
Near Zina on the right, stands Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles on skis, on his shoulders hangs a heavy backpack.
With his right hand Nikolai is helping Zina to put her backpack on her shoulders.
In the foreground, with his back, next to the dwarf birch, stands Lyuda Dubinina.
She warms her hands in the pockets of her trousers and looks at the guys.
On the snow there are two backpacks, one is Yuri Doroshenko's, and the second must be Semyon Zolotaryov's.
To the backpacks are attached brush and firewood for the stove.
The group stands in a small hollow on the edge of the forest.
From the right of the group is a small hill, on which grow dwarf, ugly birches.
Strong headwind, blizzard, visibility no more than 100 m.
This photo captures a key moment.
What happened here?
It may seem that Igor, as the head of the group, made a gross mistake, led tourists to a radial ascent without having made storage and the group was in extremely unfavorable conditions.
Here everything depended on the further choice of the route.
... Today, probably, we will build a storage. ...
Apparently, there was no certainty, Igor himself did not know exactly where they would build the storage?
If the group was going to follow the route; the river Auspiya - the river Lozva - mountain Otorten, they should overcome a pass and go down to a valley of the river Lozva.
The ascent to the Mt Otorten, by plan, was supposed to happen from the valley of Lozva river, but then they would not need need the brush and firewood before going through the pass.
The group reached the pass early, and during lunch, Dyatlov decided to stack up with firewood and go up the pass for an overnight on the ridge.
There was still enough bright time of day to continue the trek for the day.
Igor intended to raise the group with full equipment to Mt Kholat Syakhl.
There he planned to spend a cold overnight, then to cross the northern peaks of the Kholat Syakhl and descend to the valley of the Lozva river, build a storage and continue to Mt Otorten.
After careful consideration Igor decided that the exercise to spend the night on the pass will make more sense if they leave the extra load here.
On this photo is captured the moment when Igor is explaining to Zolotaryov his change of plan:
  • go back to Auspiya river for a warm and sheltered campsite
  • make a storage, leave an extra load
  • next day continue to Mt Otorten without descending from the pass. They would have already built the storage and left the extra load on Auspiya river. The standard route to go up Mt Otorten was from Lozva river. Dyatlov had a different idea in mind - once on top of the pass to continue on the ridge light from extra weight, trek easily on firm ice on the ridge of Mt Kholat Syakhl without loss of altitude, and spend a warm night on the lake, the source of Lozva river
  • make an ascent to Mt Otorten and set off on the return journey.


















#18356 Erich von Däniken - Bogowie nigdy nas nie opuścili

Napisano przez fortyck w 30 styczeń 2018 - 22:18 w Erich von Däniken



Data premiery: 2018-01-30

Liczba stron: 272




ERICH VON DÄNIKEN to najsłynniejszy kontrowersyjny badacz historii ludzkości i najwybitniejszy przedstawiciel paleoastronautyki.



Starożytni astronauci przybyli na Ziemię przed tysiącami lat.


I są tu nadal!




kontynuacja legendarnego bestsellera WSPOMNIENIA Z PRZYSZŁOŚCI, w którym Erich von Däniken podważył wszystko, czego uczą podręczniki o początkach cywilizacji, i zrewolucjonizował nasze spojrzenie na przeszłość ludzkości.


Wysunął szokującą tezę: technologie i religie dawnych kultur zostały podarowane ludziom przez starożytnych astronautów, którzy przybyli na Ziemię w załogowych statkach kosmicznych i zostali powitani jako bogowie.


Czego właściwie chcieli od nas Obcy tysiące lat temu?


I czego chcą teraz?


I dlaczego tak wzbraniamy się przed uznaniem, że mogą tu być?


BOGOWIE NIGDY NAS NIE OPUŚCILI Erich von Däniken odpowiada na te pytania jak zwykle barwnie i pasjonująco.


Wykorzystuje najnowsze osiągnięcia biotechnologii, astrofizyki, inżynierii, sztucznej inteligencji.


Oddaje głos ludziom, którzy nawiązali kontakt z przybyszami z kosmosu.


Dlaczego media nie informują o tych sensacyjnych odkryciach?


Komu zależy na ukrywaniu prawdy?


Jednak dzień spotkania zbliża się nieuchronnie.


Rozszyfrowany przez dwóch szwajcarskich fizyków kod spoza Ziemi wskazuje konkretną datę…



















#18355 Erich Von Däniken - Wspomnienia z przyszłości

Napisano przez fortyck w 30 styczeń 2018 - 22:15 w Erich von Däniken



Data premiery: 2018-01-30

Liczba stron: 256




ERICH VON DÄNIKEN to najsłynniejszy kontrowersyjny badacz historii ludzkości i najwybitniejszy przedstawiciel paleoastronautyki.


Jest najczęściej czytanym autorem literatury faktu na świecie.


Jego książki przetłumaczono na 32 języki i wydano w 70 milionach egzemplarzy.



We WSPOMNIENIACH Z PRZYSZŁOŚCI Erich von Däniken po raz pierwszy postawił niewygodne pytania, na które nie potrafi odpowiedzieć tradycyjna archeologia: Kto i przy użyciu jakiej zaawansowanej technologii stworzył w zamierzchłej przeszłości monumentalne budowle, rzeźby i rysunki, które można znaleźć na wszystkich kontynentach?


Jego odpowiedź podważyła dogmaty współczesnej nauki.


Przez następnych 50 lat badań Erich von Däniken szukał nowych dowodów i w kolejnych kilku-dziesięciu książkach przedstawiał nowe świadectwa, że Ziemię od tysięcy lat odwiedzają „bogowie”.


Ślady ich obecności w dzisiejszych czasach ujawnia w długo oczekiwanej kontynuacji WSPOMNIEŃ Z PRZYSZŁOŚCI: w najnowszym bestsellerze – BOGOWIE NIGDY NAS NIE OPUŚCILI.


















#18354 Uniwersum Metro 2033 - aktualności

Napisano przez fortyck w 30 styczeń 2018 - 22:08 w Dmitry Glukhovsky

Darmowy dodatek do "Wędrowca"





















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#18353 Tragedia na Przełęczy Diatłowa (1/2 luty 1959 r.)

Napisano przez fortyck w 30 styczeń 2018 - 21:33 w Ogólne

30 January - 59 years to the day

Dyatlov group diary



30 January 1959
Diary is written in the cold on the go.
Today is a third cold night on the bank of Auspiya river.
We are getting used to it.
The stove does a great job.
Some of us (Thibeaux and Krivonischenko) think we need to build steam heat in the ten.
The curtains in the tent are quite justified.
We get up at 8:30am.
After breakfast we walk along the Auspiya river, but the ice again doesn't allow us to move forward.
We went on the bank on a sledge-deer trail.
In the middle of the road the saw Mansi shed.
Yes, Mansi, Mansi, Mansi.
This word comes up more and more often in our conversations.
Mansi are people of the North.
Small Hanti-Mansijskiy nation located in Salehard with 8 thousand population.
Very interesting and unique people that inhabit the North Polar Urals, close to the Tyumen region.
They have a written language, and leave characteristic signs on forest trees.
Weather: temperature in the morning - 17 С day - 13 С night - 26 С.
The wind is strong, south-west, snow begins to fall, heavy clouds, drop in temperature.
The temperature is normal for Northern Urals.
This is a story about the forest.
Mansi signs tell about animals they saw, resting stops and other things.
It is particularly interesting to solve its meaning for the tourists as well as historians.
Deer trail turns into а trodden path, and then ends.
To go without a trail is very hard, snow is 120 cm (4 feet) deep.
The forest gradually thins and trees get smaller.
Lots of dwarf birches and pines.
It is impossible to walk on the river.
It is not completely frozen, there is ice and water under the snow.
We have to go back on the bank of the river.
The day is over and we have to find a place for bivouac.
That's the stop for the night.
Strong west wind.
It blows the snows off the cedar and pine trees, creating the impression of a snow fall.
As usual we quickly start a fire and pitch the tent on some fir branches.
We are warmed by the fire and go to sleep.

Unknown diary


January 30.
In the morning it was 17 ° now it is getting colder.
"Volunteers" (S. Kolevatov and K. Tibo are repeating their duties as a punishment for slowing the group yesterday) took a long time to start a fire.
In the evening it was decided that we will leave the tent exactly 8 minutes after waking up.
Therefore, all have been awake and waiting for the command.
But it is useless. Around 9:30 in the morning we began the passive preparation.
Nick T. is joking about something in the morning.
Everyone is reluctant to get up.
And the weather!
In contrast to the rest of the warm days - today is a sunny cold day.
The sun appears playful.
Today as yesterday were are following the path of Mansi.
Sometimes Mansi writings appear on trees.
In general, all sorts of obscure mysterious characters.
There is slogan for ​​our campaign, "In a country of mysterious signs."
If we knew these letters, it would be possible, without any doubt, to go down the path, confident that it would lead us to the right place.
Here the trail takes us to the shores of the river.
We lose track.
In the future, the trail follows the left bank of Auspii river, but the team of deer crossed the river and we are going through the woods.
At the first opportunity we will turn back to the river.
As it is easier to follow it.
At approximately 2 pm we stop for a lunch.
Dried meat, guest crackers, sugar, garlic, coffee, stocked in the morning - that's our lunch.
Good mood.
A couple more hours - and we will stop at 5 pm for the night.
We have been looking for a place, then we returned about 200 meters back.
Charming place.
Deadwood, high pines, in short, everything you need for a good night.
Luda quickly got tired and sat down by the fire.
Nick Thibault changed his clothes.
He began to write a diary.
The law is that until all the work is done, do not approach the fire.
And so they had a long argument, of who will sew the tent.
Finally K. Tibo gave up and took a needle.
Lyuda remained seated.
And we sewed the hole (and there were so many that there was enough work for all except two attendants and Lyuda.
Guys are terribly outraged.
Today is the birthday of Sasha Kolevatova*.
We give him a clementine, which he immediately divided into 8 pieces (Lyuda went into a tent and did not come out until the end of the dinner).
So another day of our trek went smoothly.
* Alexander Kolevatov was born on November 16th, not January 30th.

Zinaida Kolmogorova diary


We go on Auspiya cold (ayserm).
Mansi trail ended.
Pine forest.
There was sun in the morning, now is cold (ayserm).
All day long we walked along Auspiya.
Will spend the night on a Mansi trail.
Kolya didn't get to be a watchman so me and Rustik will stay on duty today.
Burned mittens and Yurkin's second sweatshirt.
He cursed a lot.
Today, probably, we will build a storage.
The morning, apparently the group's first break, stopped next to more signs on the tree left by the Mansi hunters.
Igor Dyatlov in the photo.
His jacket is dirty, camera hangs on his chest.
The cut-off tiny tree is clearly visible right below.
The trunk could be chopped by the Mansi hunter.
Simyon Zolotaryov, his mustache is frosted, on the left side of his chest hangs a flashlight.
From the front and left, two backpacks are visible on the photo.
On the front backpack are fastened boots.
In the background, from the left, behind the squinting spruce stands a man in a light storm jacket with a black hat on his head.
Could be Yuri Doroshenko who was wearing a fur hat, he probably waits for the rest of the group.
Zina Kolmogorova draws in her notebook the Mansi symbols on the tree.
Behind her is Semyon Zolotarev.
Rustem Slobodin and Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles caught up with the group.
Rustem stuck his ski poles in the snow and looked at the signs on the tree.
Taking ski poles underarms, behind him is Nikolai.
At the feet of Nikolai, there is a spare pair of skis on the snow, obviously a spare pair of skis was passed on to the change on the route to the one who was behind the column.
In the foreground, Alexander Kolevatov is sitting on the backpack and looking at Rustem.
Next to him is Simon Zolotarev.
On the left leg of Kolevatov, there is an object similar to the Igor Dyatlov's bag, in which there is a general diary of the group and the map, Alexander pressed it to his leg with his left elbow.
Obviously, Igor studied the further route, while they waited for the whole group to gather, and Kolevatov made the first entry for January 30 in the general diary.
Or perhaps the first entry was made by Lyuda Dubinina who (unlike Alexander Kolevatov) never signed her entries to the general diary, and then gave the diary to Kolevatov.
Sunny morning, the group walks through the forest along the Auspiya River.
Prior to the first stop, Krivonischenko was apparently the first to go.
After the break, the group reassemble and Krivonischenko is the last.
He took a photo of the trail left by the skiers.
The group emerged from the forest on the river Auspiya, walking along the shore adhering to the right side.
First goes Igor Dyatlov, second Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles, followed by Lyuda Dubinina.
Igor stopped and looked back at the photographer.
On the back of Lyuda there is a light backpack, she walks freely with an imposing gait.
The weather is clear, the sun is shining.
Each of the boys is cutting a trail for 10 minutes, another 20 minutes and the group will stop.
The group is walking along Auspiya river.
Despite the very poor quality of the picture, the ski track of the group is clearly visible.
In the distance you can distinguish five dark figures.
Apparently there was a change and now the first goes Thibeaux-Brignolles, followed by Lyuda Dubinina, the third - it is unknown, the fourth is Zina Kolmogorova.
Sunny weather.
Next to Zolotaryov are two trees, the second one has Mansi markings.
Ahead of him are ski track - part of the group has already disappeared from view in the forest.
In the foreground Zina Kolmogorova is fixing her shoe overalls.
At the right of her are two backpacks, one of them is hers, and the second most likely belongs to Igor Dyatlov.
Krivonischenko looks at Mansi signs.
At the bottom of the second tree are harvested logs.
The year 1958 must have been carved by somebody else, it is not characteristic for Mansi to write the year.
There are logs next to the tree ready to be used in a camp fire.
Dyatlov group on a break.
The weather has changed, overcast.
(.... To go without a trail is very hard, snow is 120 cm (4 feet) deep.
The forest gradually thins and trees get smaller.
You can feel the altitude.
Lots of dwarf birches and pines. ...)
Semyon Zolotaryov on a group’s break
Zina Kolmogorova, Lyuda Dubinina, Rustem Slobodin and Alexander Kolevatov
Auspiya river, winter forest.
Evening, 5 pm, the group is looking for a place to spend the night.
(... At the first opportunity we will turn back to the river... we will stop at 5 pm for the night.
We have been looking for a place, then we returned about 200 meters back. ...)