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Napisano 30 październik 2019 - 22:21

The Bear holiday can be also translated as "Bear dance" or "Bear game" (Mansi: яних йикв - main dance, пупих йикв - dance of the spirits).

 

The main focus of the holiday is the desire to reconcile the beast and the people who killed him, as well as to ensure complete revival of the beast, his return to life.

 

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Napisano 31 październik 2019 - 21:57

Mansi burial

 

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Napisano 16 listopad 2019 - 01:21

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Galina Sazonova on Kolevatov

 

 
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Aleksander Sergeevich Kolevatov
Born on Nov. 16, 1934, in Sverdlovsk. 
The 5th or 6 ​children​ (​a girl ​born after him ​died in childhood) and ​he is the ​only boy in the family​.
Sasha​ had poor health ​as kid, ​all his sisters loved him ​very much.
They live​d​ in ​a ​private house​ in the center of Sverdlovsk, his father had a very good position - financial director (главный бухгалтер) of some factories.
The people like his father will have been killed first in 1937.
​His father ​was not, in 1938 he moved to Gulag as a financial director of one of the factories in Tavda.
​The whole family moved to this place too.
May​be​ ​this ​decision save​d​ ​his​ life.
In Gulag, but not prisoner.
Of course he was a member of elite group there, but surroundings of his family changed a lot.
Guardians are different from prisoners only because the​y​ can kill.
Prisoners can be killed.
Sasha didn't go to school, his elder sister Rimma took care about him.
She will ​become a famous teacher in ​the ​future, developing a special education programs for kids with behavior problems.
1941 - war started.
Th​e camp in​ the​ Gulag where Kolevatovs stay became on of the first camp​s​ for German​s and one of the most horrible ​ones.
But it still "ok" for Kolevatov's family if it possible to say "ok" in this situation.
At least they had food enough ​to​ survive.
Suddenly everything crashed​.
His father was found dead on the railway line killed by a train.
No investigation of his death has been done.
What did ​this​ mean for ​his ​family?
They lost everything. ​
The three​ elder sister​s​ ​had already left Tavda but Sasha, Rimma and ​their ​mother ​remained in the camp.
They lost social position immediately, but more ​importantly ​-​ there was no more​ food.
The m​other was sick and couldn't work.
All of them ​rely​​​ on ​​food ​coupons: 200​ ​g ​bread ​per day per person, 1​.2 kg of fish or meat per month per person, 1-2 kg of grain per month which can be change for potato during winter season.
They went to a hell. Sasha was almost 10 years old.
How did he survived this situation?
​Only after the war ended they ​all ​ca​me​ back to Sverdlovsk.
Rimma has been admitted to ​work as a teacher in ​the ​primary school​ where ​Sasha went.
All of them shared one small room in the institute campus which Rimma got as a student.
They were very poor.
Sasha ​didn't have good grades.
He had high score in German language only.
​How come he ​knew German​ and English well?
No idea.
May be he communicated with a German pr​i​son​e​rs in ​the ​Gulag.
He graduated secondary school (grade 7) and went to ​college.
College provided not only professional skills, but uniform and additional food card.
He didn't study well​ the​ 1st and 2nd year. ​
And then suddenly something changed ​in him - ​he ​joined ​the Komsomol and improved all his ​studies and grades.
Education in the USSR was free of charge, but each graduate was required to work for 3 years after graduation in nominated place.
Someone decided to send him ​t​o Moscow to work in the secret institute of the Ministry of Medium Machine Building.
This decision was made almost a year before the graduation ​from college.​
We know that six months before the graduation, he had already passed a security check in Moscow and was approved.
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Kolevatov security questionnaire begining
 
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... and the end with the date underlined
Ordinary boy from ordinary ​college with ordinary performance.
Someone recommended​, protected ​and advised him.
First advice was to immediately join the Komosol - Young Communist League. ​
I​t was the final stage of three youth organizations with members up to age 28, graduated at age 14 from the Young Pioneers.
You couldn't join the Kommunist Party without passing all the stages.
You couldn't make a career without being a communist.
All members of Dyatlov's group joined Komsomol at age 14, as soon as it was allowed.
Sasha ​- ​at age 18, during passing a security check "in the secret institute".
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Kolevatov residence in Moscow
What do we know about his life in Moscow?
  • His salary was about 900-1000 rubles per month, while the average wage in the USSR was 600-700 rubles, the scholarship - 250-350 rubles per month.
  • He got free housing in a new building which well-known scientists also lived. Moscow was a closed city and no one could come to live there.

 

Where Kolevatov lived is today one of the most prestigious areas of Moscow with very expensive apartments.
He worked very well, and was very active in the social life of the institute.
He became a member of Institute Komsomol committee, leaded shooting sport section.
Began to engage in tourism, made new friends.
Duality and different assessment of his job position.​
Of course he has not been a "leading scientist", but for the 19 year old boy who just graduated ordinary college he had a very good position and he was involved to some scientific research.
Did he ​have access to classified information?
Was he a "secret keeper" working in Secret Institute?
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Sablya (Sabre, Cабля), Pre-Polar Ural
Sasha hiked the mount Sablya (Sabre, Cабля), Pre-Polar Ural, as a member of a Moscow group.
This is a difficult trek.
I was just interested in finding information about this hike.
Everything was structured in USSR and I was trying to find the club that could organize this trek.
I couldn't.
Then I thought - there is no information about ordinary groups, maybe it was not an ordinary one?
May be it was a group of "secret keepers" who had restrictions on contacts and did not belong to any ordinary sports organization?
I began to look for memories of the tourism of people who belonged to this category. 
Bingo!
I was right!
I found the memories of a scientist about how they wanted to be engaged in tourism and then the director of a secret organisation helped them organize a tourist section which has been out of ordinary tourists clubs.
The director who support ​the​is tourism was Dmitriy Ivanovich Blohincev - soviet physicist, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences (1934).
Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1958) and the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR (1939).
Professor of Moscow State University (1936).
Hero of Socialist Labor (1956). Winner of the Lenin (1957), Stalin (1952) and State (1971) awards.
One of the founders and director of the IPPE (1947-1956) and JINR (1956-1965).
Member of the Bureau of the Department of Nuclear Physics, USSR Academy of Sciences (1971-1979).
President of IUPAP (1966-1969).
Member of the Higher Attestation Commission at the Council of Ministers of the USSR.
Advisor to the Scientific Council under the UN Secretary-General (since 1967).
I changed direction of my research a finally found the leader of that group.
All members of the group worked in secret nuclear Institutes.
Two of them (including the​ ​leader) were "children to their fathers​": The father of leader is... Blohincev Dmitiy Ivanovich
The father of second one - Anatoly Alexandrov It was a ​top of the very closed scientific secret elite, and Sasha was accepted.
Duality.
Why did he leave Moscow​?​
Read Alexei Rakitin's version on Kolevatov's decision to leave Moscow and transfer back to Sverdlovsk.
Dyatlov group seem to have celebrated Aleksander Kolevatov's birthday on Jan 30 - his present was a tangerine, which he readily distributed among his friends.
This is taking place 2 days before they all perish in the treacherous Ural mountain in 1959.
He was 24 years old when he died.
Kolevatov is buried on May 12, 1959, in Mihaylovskoe cemetery, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Napisano 16 listopad 2019 - 01:24

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Rakitin’s version on Kolevatov
All rights belong to Alexei Rakitin , from “Death is never far behind...”
 
Aleksander Kolevatov remains a “dark horse”, nothing stands out abouthim.
At first glance, an ordinary 4th year student of the Physics and Technology Department of UPI, his family goes back many generation in Urals, like some other members of the group (except Semyon Zolotaryov, Georgy Krivonischenko, Rustem Slobodin and Yuri Doroshenko).
He is unlikely candidate to be recruited by KGB, it was equally possible to suspect any other participant of the campaign - both Yuri Doroshenko and Igor Dyatlov...
However, the assessment of this person immediately becomes ambiguous after reading the documents found by Alexei Vladimirovich Koskin on Aleksander Kolevatov - his character reference and statement of admission to the Sverdlovsk Polytech in 2nd course.
This seemingly small discovery allows you to look at the life of Aleksander Kolevatov in a completely new way.
What do we see?
In 1953, a 19-year-old young man graduated from the Mining and Metallurgical College in Sverdlovsk and was sent to Moscow.
And not just in Moscow, but in one of the most secret research institutions of the USSR, created as part of the implementation of the "uranium project".
We are talking about the so-called organized in May 1946 as part of the 9th Directorate of the NKVD of the USSR laboratory "B", focused on creating protection against ionizing radiation.
This laboratory, which grew literally within a year to the size of the institute, was located first in Chelyabinsk, and after 1949 moved to Chelyabinsk-40 ... yes, that very “atomic city” where Georgiy Krivonischenko worked a little later and where September 1957, one of the world's largest atomic man-made disasters occurred.
In January 1953, this nameless "number" institute (PO Box No. 3394) was transferred to Moscow, where over time it was transferred to the Ministry of Medium Machine Building and assigned the name All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Inorganic Materials (the renaming took place in January 1967).
From the very moment of its creation, Aleksander Konstantinovich Uralets-Ketov headed this worthy institution, his signature flaunts the description of Aleksander Kolevatov, which was mentioned a little higher.
Aleksander Konstantinovich is very interesting to us because his biography allows us to very visually demonstrate the close relationship between the state security bodies and the military industry supervised by these bodies.
Born in 1902, Ketov (Uralets is a pseudonym taken back in the years of the Civil War) successfully made a career in the Cheka-OGPU-NKVD-MGB up to 1953.
Starting his career in Perm Cheka in 1920, he was by April 1944 the city was promoted to Colonel of State Security, deputy chief of the Tagil Forced Labor Camp of the NKVD.
At the front, the comrade Colonel of State Security did not serve, he endured all the dangerous years in warm places in the deep rear, more and more in the environs of Chelyabinsk, Sverdlovsk and Nizhniy Tagil.
By the way, this did not prevent his successful career.
In May 1946, the career of a colonel made an unexpected somersault: Pavel Yakolevich Meshik, deputy head of the Main Directorate at SNK, engaged in the development of atomic weapons, attracted Ural-Ketov to participate in the Soviet "atomic project".
And the colonel, without any technical education, became the head of a special laboratory, which later grew into a secret institute.
Aleksander Konstantinovich in a certain way touched upon the events connected with the notorious “denunciation of Beria’s group”, since Meshik was in this group, was arrested and was put on trial.
The court in December 1953 handed down the death sentence to Lieutenant General Meshik, and Uralets-Ketov remained out of business for some time.
They looked at him as a Beria protégé, promoted by one of Beria's henchmen, and for some time were removed from the leadership of the institute.
In 1953, the colonel was dismissed from the MGB system, for more than two years he was considered to be in the "existing reserve", and in October 1955 he was also removed from there.
In the end, he was able to prove that he was not a Beria protégé, and returned to the institute, which he headed for more than 20 years.
Such an interesting career - from the leaders of the Gulag to the ranks of the foremost technical intelligentsia, in a sense, the technocratic elite of society.
It was very, very difficult to get a job in Moscow in the early 50s.
The capital provided its residents with the maximum possible amenities - a well-organized supply of grocery and industrial goods, a stable urban transport, public order, and exemplary utility services.
Here were the best theaters and the most interesting art exhibitions, literary novelties appeared here, the intellectual color of the Soviet society worked here.
It is no coincidence that Aleksander Tvardovskiy wrote about Moscow in those years: “they are rewarding with the capital”.
The propiska system worked in such a way that it cut off everyone who came to look for work on their own.
Only Muscovites received work in Moscow, and finding a job for a nonresident resident in the capital meant pulling out a winning lottery ticket.
The situation of those years related to getting a job in Moscow was described very well by Army General, First Deputy Chairman of the KGB, Philip Denisovich Bobkov in his momoirs.
In 1946, he graduated from the SMERSH school in Leningrad, located on Gorokhovaya Street, Building 2, and received a referral... to Moscow.
Bobkov was originally from the south of Russia, from Makeyevka, a large center of the coal industry.
He was, however, sent to Moscow, and this happened because of an anecdotal error: the secretary of the personnel department read the carelessly written word "Makeyevka" as "Moscow" and put the personal file of cadet Bobkov in a pile of "Muscovites".
When the technical error was clarified, it was too late to correct the situation - the list of Muscovite cadets went "ordered" by the Minister of State Security.
No one ventured to call Moscow and honestly say "we made a mistake".
As you know, Viktor Abakumov could have killed with a word (such historical legends are known), therefore, telling the minister that he had signed an incorrectly drafted order was concidered a suicide.
In the end, Bobkov came to Moscow, where, by the way, in 1955 he interrogated some of the parachutists caught by Boris Pasha.
In general, the very informative memoirs of F. D. Bobkov “The KGB and the authorities” can be recommended for attentive reading to all those who are interested in national history in general and the history of domestic special services in particular.
We will return to the lucky lottery ticket called "Moscow pass".
Aleksander Kolevatov pulled out such a ticket.
A graduate of a quite ordinary mining and metallurgical college from distant provincial Sverdlovsk managed to get to Moscow, to a secret scientific research institute.
In principle, a very good start in life is a stable job with a 15% surcharge for secrecy, a residence permit in the capital, a place in a hostel, a feeling of belonging to a great public matter (which is very important for a young man).
Aleksander was surrounded by interesting people; he turned out to be involved in the most advanced scientific search in the world (albeit as a senior laboratory assistant); he found time for leisure and hobbies - was engaged in target shooting, went on tourist trips.
During his "Moscow period" of life, Kolevatov visited Mount Saber in the Subpolar Urals, about 300 km. north of Otorten.
He was not drafted into the army, since work at the defense research institute provided Aleksander with an "armor".
In general, not a bad start in life, not bad at all.
As a senior laboratory assistant, Aleksander Kolevatov worked as juniour specialist for 3 years - from August 1953 to September 1956.
In 1955 he entered the All-Union Correspondence Polytechnic Institute (ACPI).
The purpose of admission is obvious - getting higher education with no mush sweat.
Correspondence education in Soviet times was considered a “freebie”, since the load on full-time students was much higher.
The "correspondence students" were, as a rule, non-resident people, had work experience, were often burdened with families, and the teachers treated them with a certain degree of condescension.
Meanwhile, the diplomas of correspondence and full-time studies were no different and the diploma obtained after the end of the full-time department did not give any privileges to its owner.
For Aleksander Kolevatov, training at the ACPI was a real gift - he continued to work quietly in the Moscow "mailbox", enjoyed paid vacations for the sessional period and, without burdening himself with his studies, could wait until he had become the owner of the cherished blue book with embossed inscription "Diploma".
However, after the end of the first course in the All-Union Correspondence "Polytech", something strange and illogical happened in the life of Kolevatov - Aleksander suddenly decided to change the institute.
And not just the institute, but also the form of education - instead of correspondence, to become full-time student.
And therefore, quit work.
And since he decided to study at the Sverdlovsk UPI, he also had to change his place of residence: abandoning Moscow, returning to Sverdlovsk.
This decision is completely inexplicable and at a lost from all points of view.
Drawing parallels with the modern way of life, we can say that the person abandoned a career in "Toyota" and returned from Tokyo in order to pool weeds in a dacha in his native Uryupinsk.
Not that Uryupinsk is a bad place by itslef, but life prospects there can't compare with those in Tokyo.
It is naive to think that young people in the mid-50s of the last century were not pragmatic and didn't have common sense.
And let the cinema and literature of those years diligently paint in front of us images of such fanatic members of the Komsomol with a glowing look of astonishment, in fact the youth of that time was far from one-dimensional.
In the remarkable and very informative work "Unknown USSR: the opposition of the people and the authorities" one can find a deep analysis of the state of the youth environment of those years.
There was a place for both the criminal subculture, and chauvinism, and oriental romance, and political skepticism - in general, the life position of the youth of those years was determined by the impact of this cocktail of conflicting (and sometimes incompatible) feelings and emotions.
There was a place at that time for youth gangs and groups organized according to the principle of territorial or national community; there was a spontaneous hatred against "cops and the party", the mention of which we will not find in the pathetic novels and films of those years.
The youth in the army was the most distinguished mansion, and many of the riots of that time were directly connected with the actions of either the soldiers or the mobilized youth (not to be confused with the current hazing!).
In general, V. A. Kozlov’s book "Unknown USSR: Opposition of People and Authorities" 1953-1985, Moscow, OLMA-PRESS, 2006, can be recommended for reading to anyone who is interested in forming an objective understanding of the Soviet society in "Khrushchev" times, to feel the dissatisfaction from the apparent one-sidedness of the official historical doctrine.
In the context of the theme of our essay, we would like to note that Aleksander Kolevatov was certainly not an elf who came to the Khrushchev USSR from a magical forest.
There is no doubt about his pragmatism and the ability to see his own profit.
This makes his move from Moscow to Sverdlovsk even stranger.
This move did not solve any problems, only created new ones.
Kolevatov was losing his job and, accordingly, he faced the task of replacing the money that had fallen out of his personal budget.
Instead of a measured study in the correspondence university, which required tension only for the duration of the sessions (moreover, at that time he received paid leave at his place of work!), Kolevatov had to adapt to a completely different schedule, much more intense.
Of course, having become a full-time student, he received all the bonuses that adorn student life at all times, but still this can not be the cost to have some fun.
And most importantly, Kolevatov changed the Moscow residence permit to Sverdlovsk, and in those days it was a completely unequal replacement.
Moving to Sverdlovsk could be explained by dismissal from work, they say, having lost a source of income, Aleksander decided to return to his homeland.
But we know that the order of events was reversed - Kolevatov was first transferred from the correspondence “Polytech” to Sverdlovsk and only then was dismissed.
Moreover, the reason for the dismissal was just “going to study at the university”, i.e. at UPI, because study at the All-Union Correspondence Polytech did not interfere with work.
Why do this?
This suggests a clear analogy with the situation that we saw in the case of Semyon Zolotaryov, i.e. the man moved to the Urals from a much more prosperous region.
A person decides to take such a step not at all because of altruism, no one in the USSR refused to go to Moscow residence only in order to be closer to his girlfriend or his sick mother.
For such a step, not only very strong reasons were required, but permanent bases, i.e. such, the action of which will persist for many years.
Just these bases can not always be seen or correctly interpreted by others.
Obviously, studying at the Sverdlovsk "Polytechnic" gave Kolevatov some serious advantages that it was impossible to get in the ACPI.
What could that be?
First of all, in the Sverdlovsk "Polytechnic" there was a military department, training on which allowed graduates to receive the title of reserve officer.
Correspondence form of education in ACPI did not provide for such a possibility.
The presence of the officer’s rank served as a guarantee against being called up for active military service as soldier.
However, in order to work at the Moscow Institute, Kolevatov did not really need this rank — the Minsredmash Research Institute could provide him with a deferment (this provision was not generally accepted at that time and, moreover, it was necessary to extend the delay every year until the onset of old age).
But the unusual situation of Kolevatov was that it was good for him to be called up for active military service from Moscow - his job was guaranteed on his return and in addition he would have been restored not as a juniour specialist with a temporary residence permit in Moscow, but a permanent worker.
With the provision of living space.
Thus Aleksander Kolevatov could turn into a 100% Muscovite and at the same time safely get an engineering degree, having graduated from the All-Union Correspondence “Polytechnic”.
However, this option definitely did not suit him.
There is no doubt that Aleksander had a different plan for his life.
And this plan definitely call for getting a rank of reserve officer.
As is known, after the massacre of Beria and the "Beria gang", Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev and his associates decided on a full-scale reform of the USSR state security system.
The demolition was cardinal and was carried out in several directions at the same time.
The KGB of the USSR, created on March 13, 1954, was very different from the state security apparatus created in the post-war years.
And, for the better.
The methods of work became much more civilized and humane.
As early as September 1953 Bureau №2 of Special Operations inside the country disappeared and never again appeared.
For the first time in the history of the Soviet state security operational work was organizationally combined with counterintelligence (in the framework of the Second Main Directorate), etc.
But the most significant was the change in the requirements for the personnel of the special services.
Khrushchev can hardly be called a technocrat, but for all its apparent simplicity, he was very respectful of people who had a technical education.
One of his sons was a pilot, the other worked in the rocket design bureau, which on its own says a lot.
After the arrest of Beria in the state security organs, a large purge was carried out, a large number of experienced workers either retire, were transferred to work at the police, or lost party membership and military ranks.
The total number of dismissed reached, according to various estimates, 16 thousand people, among them more than 40 generals.
Beginning in 1954, they were replaced by young employees of the new formation - not just young, healthy and dedicated to the party, but also with higher education.
For the security officers of the previous period, it was the norm for an employee without any special education to be engaged in operational work for a long time.
From the second half of the 50s, the requirement of having a higher education, which, by the way, persisted until the collapse of the USSR in 1991, became a requirement.
Graduates of technical universities (civil or military) were preferred, from the humanitarian disciplines the KGB were mainly lawyers.
A big plus for the candidates was knowledge of foreign languages, as well as sporting achievements, primarily in strength sports (wrestling, boxing, weightlifting) and shooting.
The logic of the Khrushchev reforms was clear: why take an ignoramus to the authorities and for several years try to make him an educated person, if you can initially select only literate people?
Many KGB employees of the “Khrushchev generation” made a good career in state security, rising to the Perestroika and even the collapse of the USSR.
For many years their human qualities determined the style of work of this department, which favorably differed from the mayhem that could be seen in the Stalin era.
After graduating from a military or civil university, a young officer who had already received an officer’s rank enrolled to the Committee was sent to receive one-year Higher Training Courses for operational personnel that existed in Leningrad, Minsk, Novosibirsk, Sverdlovsk, Tashkent and Tbilisi (border guards and intelligence officers had their educational institutions).
Higher Red Banner School of the KGB.
Dzerzhinsky in Moscow was focused on training the Committee’s personnel from among those who had served in active military service and did not have an officer’s rank (including warrant officers).
The Moscow Research Institute, in which Aleksander Kolevatov worked as a senior laboratory assistant, was permeated by KGB officers or by the Committee’s agents.
The practice of seconding state security staff to government agencies and industrial enterprises began in the late 1920s last century, with the end of the NEP (New Economic Policy).
In the staffing of any more or less serious organization, there were positions intended to be replaced either by state security staff members or by the existing reserve staff (for us, the difference between them is irrelevant).
In this case, the entire institute was headed by a colonel of state security with more than 30 years of experience, one might say, a veteran of the Cheka.
And besides the obvious "KGBists", there were agent networks (so-called "lines") in important defense enterprises, scientific research institutes and institutions of strategic industries, similar to those described above.
Only they were created and supervised not by the secret-operational part of the local administration of the GB (State Security), but by the counterintelligence unit of the same department (although, recall that since March 18, 1954, the secret-operational and counterintelligence support were organizationally combined in general units).
There is no doubt that Kolevatov was well known to the curators from the enterprise mode service and, moreover, he was known from the best side (according to the character reference).
Kolevatov obviously wanted to make a career in the field in which he worked - that is why he entered the All-Union Correspondence “Polytechnic”.
But then he received a more tempting offer - young, healthy, sports Komsomol members were so necessary to the State Security Committee!
Aleksander Kolevatov is an excellent athlete, a tourist, a member of the Komsomol bureau of the unit, leads the rifle section, has the third adult level in shooting.
Well, the rank, we suppose, is not the highest, but the Committee will learn ...!
Until now, we’ll measure the hardness of vanadium alloys according to Rockwell and Brinel, or maybe there is a desire to do another, more responsible assignment?
”They could have asked Aleksander during a talk in the office of the deputy director for the regime.
And Kolevatov did not reject the proposal, because no one would have refused in his place.
Such a proposal was prestigious, it testified to the complete trust of the management and promised an enchanting life perspective for the Ural chap.
But a correspondence student in “polytechnic” was not suitable for such a career.
He needed a full-time form of training - with the military department and shoulder straps of the reserve officer at the end.
Therefore, there was this very intriguing transfer to Sverdlovsk, in the UPI.
Why intriguing?
Because in the USSR it was not customary to transfer from correspondence education to full-time (on the contrary - easily, but from correspondence education - you get tired of asking, it was easier to quit and re-enter).
Why? - an interested reader will ask, accustomed to the commodity-money relations of the last decades and unable to understand all the intricacies of the administration of a high school that has long since disappeared from the state.
There were two reasons for this: firstly, the already mentioned difference in part-time and full-time education programs, the very “tardiness” of correspondence students, of which the teachers were well aware.
And secondly, full-time education, as opposed to correspondence education, gave a “armor” from the army, a deferment, and a person who wanted to make such a transition was considered someone that wants to avoid drafting in the army.
If the institute received a request for such a transfer, then the reaction: “Another smartypants wants to run away from the army!
Admitted as correspondence student, and when it came time to carry the "ninth" form in the draft board, decided quickly top transfer to full-time!
No, no, no, let him pull a soldier's strap like everybody else!"
Kolevatov would never have transferred from the All-Union Correspondence to the full-time department of the Sverdlovsk Polytech if someone powerful would not have asked for it in secret.
Kolevatov was transferred, which means that there was a convincing request.
There is a very interesting nuance in this transfer - it lies in the fact that the programs of different institutions are somewhat different.
And although the first course in any technical university is always basic, designed to compensate for the flaws of school, even its programs in technical universities differ.
Not to mention the fact that even within the framework of the same course, the requirements of teachers could be different as well.
In general, the transfer from the All-Union Correspondence “Polytechnic” to the full-time department of the Sverdlovsk UPI was not impossible, but difficult to implement in reality.
Kolevatov, however, managed to transfer successfully.
It is clear why Aleksander was transferred to UPI.
Firstly, he returned to his native home, which facilitated household arrangements, and secondly, the Sverdlovsk "Polytechnic Institute" trained specialists to work at nuclear facilities in the Urals and Siberia.
While studying at UPI, Kolevatov had the opportunity to meet many of his future colleagues in an informal setting, which increased his value as a future counterintelligence officer.
There is another very interesting point to our attention.
Aleksander Kolevatov had a Finnish knife with a black handle and leather sheath.
In principle, it was impossible to surprise anyone with this kind of knives at that time, camp craftsmen were sharpening similar products from saws and files, with the popular “makeshift” handles from plexiglass or textolite rings (such knives immortalized Vladimir Vysotsky in his song)
Neither dare nor risk, but took the risk // Make knives from files! // They will stick into lungs // Black nicotine, // Tri-color dials // Light handles (...) ").
But Kolevatov had a Finnish knife was registered at the police station, and he had a permit to carry it.
For those times unprecedented law-abiding!
Especially if we take into account that every second student of a FZU (middle professional technical school) in those years either had a screwdriver, an awl, or a file in the pocket of the quilted jacket, and with the onset of twilight youth gangs controlled entire urban areas.
There can be only one explanation for this: Kolevatov did not want a single black spot in his biography, which even a trivial drive to the police for illegal possession of cold weapons with the registration of the relevant protocol could become.
Such attention to the purity of the biography can be demonstrated only by a person who associates with great formal life prospects the formal impeccability of the questionnaire.
A drive to the police could not serve as a basis for expulsion from the institute or from the military department, in other words, this kind of problem could not interfere with the engineering career of Aleksander Kolevatov.
Nobody would put him in jail, he wouldn’t deprive him of freedom, well, they would reproach him at a Komsomol meeting, would have reprimanded him (not even a reprimand) - that's all! Basically, no big deal.
However, a single drive to the police could be enough to deny admission to the KGB.
If Aleksander in 1957 really got into the personnel reserve of the Committee and he was promised admission to the special service after the end of "Polytech", then he was also told about the need to completely eliminate any, even the most minor, violations of the law.
Observing this requirement, Aleksander went to register his knife at the police station.
Summarizing all the above, I would like to note: we cannot assert with absolute confidence that Aleksander was firmly associated with the Committee, however, the high probability of that is evident from the unusual circumstances of his life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LET THEM TALK, DMITRIY BORISOV 02/12/2019

 

 

“I know the secret of the Dyatlov pass.”

 

This episode includes what role might Zolotaryov play in Dyatlov Pass incident, Mansi participation in the case and the avalanche prosecutors went to investigate on the pass.

 

There is a twist of psychic insight at the end.

 

Intro: Today in the studio is a man who is claiming that for many years he kept the secret of the Mansi shamans.

 

What role could Semyon Zolotaryov play in the deaths of the Dyatlov group.

 

He was much older than the rest of the hikers.

 

During his exhumation in the grave was found a person who is not Semyon Zolotaryov.

 

How can modern technology help solve the mystery of Dyatlov Pass incident.

 

I have only introduced the people that are life in the studio.

 

 

 

SEMYON ZOLOTARYOV

 

2:05
Vladimir Sungorkin (Владимир Сунгоркин) - journalist, general director of "Komsomolskaya Pravda" - how did he fought the war, the medals he received, he gives contradictory information about himself. His name was Semyon but he chose to represent himself as Aleksander. After the war he traveled a lot throughout the country including in secret cities.
 
2:53
Natalya Varsegova (Наталя Варсегова) - Komsomolskaya Pravda journalist. She confirms the discrapacies in the name of Zolotaryov. His name on the papers and in the burial act is Semyon while throughout the case files his name is Aleksander. Natalya says that none of his relatives or students remembers the tattoos that the coroner found on his body in 1959. She says that the tattoos were on places that are visible i.e. the wrist, the forearm. Who buried Zolotaryov, maybe KGB? Then we found out that his grave was never filled in the cemetery registry. In other words Zolotaryov's grave doesn't exist on paper. Who is buried in Zolotaryov's grave? The relatives agreed an exhumation to be carried out.
 
4:31
Lyudmila Komova (Людмила Комова) - Semyon Zolotaryov's stepdaughter. She describes Semyon as a harsh man. He was very tough on the kids. She says that Semyon liked to take photos. She has many unpleasant memories of Zolotaryov. he never beat them, but at all times required discipline. She doesn't remember anything about the trek because Zolotaryov and her mother parted in 1957. Sasha, their baby boy was born in Feb 1957 (he is born in 1956 - ed. note). She says different story from what we know, that one day when she and her mother went to get Sasha form daycare he was taken by his father. That her mother went to cry at Zolotaryov's mother house and they never saw Sasha again. 7:33 (photo baby Sasha) Lyudmila says that they have been outing on a lake when she clearly remembers Zolotaryov's bare arms and a tattoo of any kind would have made an impression on her.
 
8:42
Dmitriy Borisov recaps what can this all mean - that somebody else was posing as Zolotaryov?
 
8:59
Vladimir Sungorkin is saying that the tattoos were on very prominent places of the body that Zolotaryov was teaching physical education to pupils where it was unacceptable to show tattoos. There are many photos with Zolotaryov not wearing sleeves, where these strange tattoos would be visible. While we were researching his life we found photos and documents with discrepancies. He said that he was on places during the was and awarded with certain medals, and the papers showed he was in different locations and was given different medals. As if he didn't know his own biography or was a pathological liar. The medals he claimed were not necessarily better than the ones that he, or who he claimed to be got in life. We found that his brother was a German spy and most probably was executed.
 
10:20
Dmitriy Borisov says so you decided to exhume Zolotaryov's grave to make sure there is a body in the grave, and that he didn't escape from the incident alive, and in his place in the grave was buried somebody else.
 
10:36
Natalya Varsegova says that this was their intention and after submitting samples for expertise they ended up in a very peculiar situation with two DNA results one of them saying that this is not Zolotaryov and the other saying that this is Zolotaryov but his brother can not be excluded.
 
12:50
Natalya Varsegova believes that the person that took part in the hike to Otorten in 1959 was semyon Zolotaryov.
 
13:09
Aleksandr Koshkin (Александр Кошкин) - researcher. Zolotaryov from the photos looks like Semyon Zolotaryov from the photographs before the war, skull superimposition.
 
13:43
Sergey Dolya (Сергей Доля) traveler, host of the REN TV tells us his won experience on the pass like how difficult it was to go in the snow, and the snow covered within hours all the tracks. he says that there are so many inexplicable details in this case that we start inventing extraterrestrial presence and see fireballs in the sky.
 
15:20
Aleksandr Koshkin starts arguing about the fireballs.
 
15:42
Sergey Lipin (Сергей Липин) guide, leading expeditions to Dyatlov Pass. For 2018 he took 12 expeditions to Dyatlov Pass and didn't see any abnormal phenomena.
 
 

MANSI SHAMANS

 

17:37
Anatoliy Stepochkin (Анатолий Стёпочкин) says he knows what happened on Dyatlov Pass. (Ed. note - I am translating what Anatoliy Stepochkin said in Komsomolskaya Pravda interview since it is more concise and informative.)

- In 1981, I was driving a tractor in Karpinsk. Around New Year, they sent me with another driver Anatoliy Bezdenazhniy to Saranpaul for fish. It was necessary to bring 6 tons. We drove through Ivdel, Burmantovo. The road is hard, only the off-road vehicle can get through the taiga. At some point not far from a small river we saw a tent, solid, like a small yurt. Two dogs run, at the entrance lies elk meat. The owner was not there.We got to Saranpaul, loaded the fish. On the way back, we again drove up to this tent. Then a man came out to meet us. We asked to spend the night with him, and he agreed. The tent was warm, there were bunks, a warm stove. Meat is cooking. We pulled out a bottle of vodka and drank it. Tolya went to bed. And I talked with the owner. He turned out to be a hunter, but his gun broke. And shows me his TOZ-34. I look - for sure, the butt is hanging. I say: let me give you my gun (I had a German Sauer), and you give me your broken gun and dog. He had very good dogs. Looking ahead, I’ll say that later we went with the dog hunting moose and bear. It was a great dog! So we did the exchange. He got out Mansi mash. We drank it. I asked him: “How come you live your door open? The meat lies next to the tent. And you are not hiding anything.” He answered me: “We don’t need to hide anything. We are the owners here. And if someone takes something, we will find it. We had one case. Hikers in the mountains looted our sacred place. Shamans and hunters found out, tracked them down. And in the middle of the night, when they fell asleep, the shamans cut the tarp and launched some kind of dope inside. Hunters surrounded the tent. And when the hiekrs jumped out, we killed them all. They were 9 or 10.

- And did that Mansi said in what year it happened?

- He didn't say and I didn’t ask. I then said: so you should have been punished for the murder? And he answered: "The hunters were catching the hikers and passing them to the shamans. We own this place and we do what we want. We will never offend people, we will always help, but there is no need to violate our sacred places.

The TOZ-34 shotgun was confiscated as an evidence on a criminal case in Verhotursk, and it is now disappeared without a trace.

 
20:49
Vladimir Sungorkin says that Mansi were the very first to be questioned. Two Mansi in particular were interrogated and left in the cold. he says that this theory was long ago discarded, that indigenous people can not keep a secret for so long. he says that there were cases of somebody to have been killed and 3-4 mins were enough for the Mansi to start talking.
 
22:00
Oleg Arhipov (Олег Архипов) writer and Dyatlov Pass researcher. He says that Stepan Nikolaevich Kurikov who took part in the search, was a Deputy of the city legislative assembly of Ivdel in 1959 and part-time shaman. Stepan Nikolaevich said that there were no payer mountains on Dyatlov group route.
 
22:34
Aleksandr Koshkin says that Mansi sacred places were 50 km along the route were Dyatlov group were going.
 
22:40
Dmitriy Borisov says there were rumors of rape.
 
22:50
Oleg Arhipov says that Vozrozhdenny's coroner reports sayy thegirls were virgin.
 
22:52
Aleksandr Koshkin in defence of the Mansi they wouldn't leave the alcohol. Then he start going on about a red shirt that was found at the cedar that belonged to one of the victims with fractured skull (Thibeaux-Brignoll) who had his jacket on and why would he take off his shirt and put back the jacket on. In short - the shamans would not re-dress the bodies.
 
23:54
Oleg Arhipov documents from Korotaev show that the son of Stepan Nikolaevich Kurikov shot and killed a man in a hunting accident on Mt Chistop. Stepan Nikolaevich personally brought his son to the Militia.
 
24:40
Valeriy Anyamov (Валерий Анямов) son of Aleksey Alekseevich Anyamov, member of the search part in 1959. I was little then, but I remember that the color of the bodies was red. What felt strange is that the bodies were guarded. Who were they guarded from? There were only searchers in the area. Yes, I heard that military group went after Dyatlov group in their tracks.
 
25:35
Vladimir Sungorkin says these could be the serach group, the army took part in the search.
 
25:43
Mihail Sharavin (Михаил Шаравин) member of the first search group in 1959. The search parties were dropped off with helicopters. They didn't traverse. You are referring to the interview with Sambindalov, Kuntsevich has it, where the Mansi hunter says there were tracks from narrow skis, presumably from Dyatlov group, and a group of military men went along this track before the first search group arrived.
 
26:38
Vladimir Sungorkin says that in the search took part air force, and the ministry of internal affairs i.e. the Ivdellag. There were small settlements and when the alarm was raised they joined the search.
 
27:05
Mihail Sharavin says that we don't have to concentrate our attention now on the army. All we know that other people on narrow skis pass through the area in the interval between Dyatov group and the search party.
 
27:22
Dmitriy Borisov says the Prosecutors are opening new investigation with a statue of limitation 60 years now.
 
27:56
Lyudmila Dmitrieva (Людмила Дмитриева) actress, National Actress of Russia. She says that she saw fireballs.
 
29:43
A hermit woman, the reaction when they show her the faces of the hikers, and then their crumpled bodies. The recluse mumbuls something about red and fire.
 
31:02
Sergey Fadeev (Сергей Фадеев) researcher. he wants to talk about something that is not what Dmitriy Borisov is asking him, something about the case files not being in order.
 
33:04
Vladimir Sungorkin says that the Procecutors have been implying that if neccessary they would exhume the rest of the bodies.
 
33:30
Sergey Fadeev is saying that the the stamps on the case files are not consistant.
 
34:07
Dmitriy Borisov say that maybe it was the way they did it back then.
 
35:14
Sergey Fadeev attacks the coroner reports even saying that maybe Vozrozhdenny didn't describe what he was seeing. For example externally in Kolevatov there is a deformed neck but internally there is nothing.
 
35:33
Dmitriy Borisov says that maybe here is the moment to mention Dubinina's torn tongue and missing eyes.
 
35:45
Еduard Tumanov (Эдуард Туманов) coroner. He says th emissing soft tossues are very common with bodies left in the nature with wildlife. People like to see some mystery where there is none.
 
36:35
Dmitriy Alyoshkin (Дмитрий Алёшкин) - extreme survival specialist. He says a case with hikers found in summer 2 weeks after they died in the forest were missing all the lips, end of ears, nose, eyes, tongues.
 
37:10
Еduard Tumanov says that the color is also not as strange as people say it is. The color is due to the exposed body parts to extremely low temperatures and strong winds.
 
37:40
Past interview with Yuri Yudin where he says that these were very well trained people in top shape and that when he left them he was sure that nothing bad can happen to them. Storm, blizzard, they were prepared for this. bad weather was expected in this area. Yudin says the government knew what happened and the color of the victims was strange, dark brown. Their traumas were lethal. You can't get these injuries by falling.
 
 

AVALANCHE

 

40:16
Evgeniy Buyanov (Евгений Буянов) author if "Mystery of the Death of Dyatlov group". No technogen, fireballs were rocket from Baykonur. Andrey Valentinovich Kuryakov - Head of the Prosecutor’s Office of the Sverdlovsk Region said on Feb 1, 1959 that the criminal versions of the incident are excluded and the Prosecutors are going to investigate only avalanche, snow slab and hurricane. This aligns perfectly with Evgeniy Buyanov's theory of the incident being caused by an avalanche. In his book Evgeniy Buyanov says that the fireballs sightings were R-7 intercontinental missile launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome, and the radiation contamination is from nuclear test in Chyornaya Guba. Buyanov says that the tragedy had two factors:
  1. Small amount of snow slide because the hikers dug up a hole. He is saying the snow slab would not have happened if the group didn't weaken the layers. He says that the forester Rempel warned them about the strong wind.
  2. The huricane that appeared in the night of the tragedy.

According to Buyanov these two factors explain all the facts. There was a peak in the solar activity between 1957 and 1959 that caused all the elements of nature to accede their normal behavior. In this period of time the mountaineering accidents were way higher number than normal. Chizhevskiy discovered this.

People start asking questions, why were they in their underwear, why weren't they running, why couldn't they get some items with them that will help them survive. Buyanov says the temperature was -28°C (-18°F)

 
45:10
Vladimir Sungorkin says that the avalanche theory is impossible.
 
45:55
Mihail Sharavin says that f there was no avalanche, he was the first to find the tent, there was no avalanche.
 
46:40
Dmitriy Alyoshkin says in -31°C (-24°CF) your first reaction would be to cover yourself. You wont be ruining one km down the slope in your underwear.
 
46:58
Ilya Sagliani (Илья Саглиани) - public figure, researcher of abnormal phenomena. He says that something frightened the hikers to flee from the tent, but this was obviously not an avalanche.
 
47:21
Ekaterina Olkina (Екатерина Олькина) - actress. She feels for the deceased families and relatives.
 
48:22
Fatima Hadueva ( Фатима Хадуева) - psychic, psychoesoteric. She wants to go as far away as she can, so much pain she feels. She says we are all rational adults, so why would we want to reopen the case on first place? For the hikers rehabilitation? They are not on trial. For their families? They are not suicidal. So they dies, what do you want to know?
 
49:03
Dmitriy Borisov say this is what we all want to know, how did they die. This is what all the people that dedicated more than a year of their lives to investigate the case what to know. (Applause)
 
49:14
Fatima Hadueva says "You are missing one moment. Did the hikers know what they are doing?" Yes, "Did they know where are they going?" Yes, "It says everywhere that they went to have fun." Yes, "they were in vacation, do you believe that they went for recreation?" Mixed response, "You have to understand, I was feeling, seeing, understanding Dyatlov, he was ambitious, strong headed, he wouldn't just go to have fun. he would have spend this time to research, learn and try new things." So what to think happened? "This is complicated matter, not a piece of cake, one actions leads to another." So you think this was a murder? "Prosecutors, pay attention, I am giving you the solution. First you have to remember that this was the Soviet Union. Second we have the local people. As a specialist in interethnic relations I can tell you that they are also ambitions and defensive of their territory." What exactly happen on Dyatlov Pass? "Zolotaryov was to blame, he changed with somebody else, they (the hikers) were doing experiments and there was a whiff of radiation." Whiff of? "Well not a whiff of radiation but chemical, and our government was not stupid, there was radiation there, and they knew the portal of time that existed there. Awfully many things happen in this zone of anomaly."
 
51:55
Timofey Bazhenov (Тимофей Баженов) TV presenter, traveler. "I am not buying any of this."
 
52:01
Fatima Hadueva "There is a zone that has very strong winds, and winds are very important. In ancient tales there is an expression howling of the wind. What contributed to their demise was fear, sound, and hysteria. And then what happened was murder. This is not an accident."
 
52:21
Dmitriy Borisov brings Tempalov memo up again as a source of maybe an evidence of what happened. We are waiting for the Prosecutors to announce their findings. Wrap up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Napisano 24 grudzień 2019 - 23:21

Exactly an year ago I was dreaming of going to Dyatlov Pass and my wish actually came true.

 

I must be doing something right.

 

This coming year I wish and believe that the truth will finally come out one way or another.

 

I have reasons to hold to this statement.

 

 

 

 

 

"There are only two ways to live your life.

 

 

One is as though nothing is a miracle.

 

 

The other is as though everything is a miracle." – Albert Einstein

 

 

 

 


Life will be richer if one is of the later disposition.

 

But, it is not by any miracle that we will learn the truth.

 

The truth comes after decades of tireless research, and I am proud to be its ambassador.

 

I know this all may sound mysterious and ambiguous, but I am giving you a heads up.

 

I am leaving this token under the Christmas tree.

 

2020 will be a milestone for the Dyatlov Pass case.

 

Godspeed and don't stop believing!

 

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Napisano 12 styczeń 2020 - 21:42

Lyudmila Morgunova, Rustem Slobodin's sister, flew from New York where she lives now to meet with the chairman of Dyatlov Foundation - Yuri Kuntsevich, and brought some new documents from her family archive that we hope to see soon.

 

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Hiking experience of Dyatlov group
Officially by October 1959 the hiking sports section of UPI club lists: Category I - 1; Category II - 9; Category III - 77
How does a hiker obtain a category, Maslennikov Case files 62-75:
"To obtain, for example, 2nd category one must have five expeditions, of which 3 expeditions must be of category 1 and 2 expeditions of category 2."
Hiking experience of the members of the Dyatlov group reinstated from available publications and recollections of other fellow hikers.
 
Igor Dyatlov
At the time of the application for the last trek, he had 9 hikes (Case files 201) / 10 according to the reference of the UPI sports club, incl. three 1st cat., three 2nd cat., three 3rd cat.
1959 New Year
Weekend hike* on Chusovaya river
I. Dyatlov (leader), A. Kolevatov
* Short trips either at the end of the week, or on holidays (non-working) days.
Can take a few days. 
Weekend hikes are not complex and were not assigned categories.
Hikers could spend the night not in tents, but in camps and stations, if the route passed near a camp site.
1958 December
Campaign to Smolinskie caves, 25 km ski crossing: village of Smolino - village of Klevakino
I. Dyatlov, Z. Kolmogorova, V. Halizov, L. Blinkova, T. Zaikina, E. Zinovyev, total of 75 hikers
1958 winter, Category III
Subpolar Ural: st. Kozhim - Severnaya Naroda - Mt. Narodnaya - Manaraga river - Kosyu river
M. Akselrod (leader), I. Dyatlov, P. Bartolomey, N. Han, V. Halizov, E. Chubarev
1958 Jul 31 - 22 Aug, Category III
Hike in Altai: village of Inya - river mouth - Akem - Akemskoe lake - Argut river - Karagem - Chegan - Uzun
I. Dyatlov (leader), P. Bartolomey, R. Sedov, R. Slobodin, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, A. Budrin, V. Shunin, Y. Yudin
1958 summer, Category II-III
Hiking and water trek in Central Sayan Mountains: ascend to Edelstein peak (2649 m)
I. Dyatlov, V. Brusnytsin, Y. Doroshenko, L. Dubinina, Z. Kolmogorova, I. Pasynkov, B. Slobtsov, V. Halizov
1957 November
3-day holiday hike in Middle Ural
I. Dyatlov, I. Pasynkov
1957 Feb 10-26, Category II
Hike in Northern Ural: N. Toshemka - upper sources of Vizhay river - ascend to Mt. Ekvachakhl 1290m - source of Ivdel river - Ivdel river between the ridges of Hozatump and Kent Nyer - Ivdel
I. Dyatlov (leader), B. Bychkov, L. Grigoryeva, Z. Kolmogorova, M. Mitrofanova, N. Oshtepkova, L. Russkyh, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, E. Chubarev, V. Shunin
1957 Aug 24-Sep 16, Category II
Traverse in Caucasus Mountains: city of Nalchik - Baksan - alpine camp "Nakra" - Bassa Pass - city of Suhumi (Chegem - Donguz - Oron)
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Blinkova, Y. Volegov, L. Grigoryeva, Z. Kolmogorova, N. Oshtepkova, L. Russkih, P. Tarzin, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, E. Chubarev, V. Shunin
1957 summer, Category I
Trek in Middle Ural
I. Dyatlov (leader)
1957 March - April
Training on the slope of Volchihi
I. Dyatlov, E. Zinovyev
1956 November, Category I
Weekend trek for 3 days till the 7th on Chusovaya river: Kuzino station - Nizhnee village - village Treka - village Kamenka - Kuzino station
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Dubinina, E. Zinovyev, Y. Krivonischenko, N. Popov, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, Z. Kolmogorova, about 50 hikers in total
1956 summer, Category III
Hiking and water trek in Eastern Sayan Mountains: Idarskoe - Tushinskoe - Chyornoe bologorya - Medvezhye lake - ascend to Peak Grandiozniy - Kazyr river - Minusinks
V. Korolyov (leader), I. Dyatlov, M. Akselrod, P. Bartolomey, A. Budrin
1955 winter, Category I
Ski trek in Southern Ural: Karabash - Mt. Taganay - Mt. Ipyil - Zlatoust - Miass
I. Dyatlov, route book №124
1955 summer, Category II
Hike and water trek in Northern Ural: Cheremhovo - Mt. Denezhkin Kamen - Vishera river - Krasnovisherks
I. Dyatlov (leader), Z. Kolmogorova, total of 4 students of radio electronics and information technology UPI
1955 March
Weekend trek in Chertovo Gorodishte
I. Dyatlov, Z. Kolmogorova
1951 summer, Category II
Water trek in Middle Ural: Kourovskaya base Chusovaya river - Molotov
I. Dyatlov, A. Grigoryev, M. Dyatlov, V. Poluyanov, V. Poluyanova

In 1951 Igor Dyatlov was still in school.
He was taken on a hike by his older brother, who studied at the UPI, Mstislav Dyatlov.
Zinaida Kolmogorova
At the time of the application for the last trek, she had 6 hikes (Case files 201) / 8 according to the reference of the UPI sports club, incl. one 1st cat., four (five) 2nd cat., one 3rd cat.
1958 December
Propaganda ski trek in Smolinskie caves, 25 км: village of Smolino - village of Klevakino
I. Dyatlov, Z. Kolmogorova, V. Halizov, L. Blinkova, T. Zaikina, E. Zinovyev, total of 75 hikers
1958 winter, Category II
Northern Ural: Is settlement - Mt. Lilyanskiy Kamen - Kytlym settlement - Mt Konzhakovskiy Kamen - Karpinsk
Z. Kolmogorova (leader), Y. Doroshenko, Y. Yudin
1958 autumn
Z. Kolmogorova was awarded a diploma of the Sverdlovsk Civil Committee of physical education and sport under the Executive Committee of the City Council of Workers' Deputies for 1st place in the women's hiking competitions in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Lenin Komsomol.
1958 summer, Category II-III
Hiking and water trek in Central Sayan Mountains: ascend to Edelstein peak (2649 m)
I. Dyatlov, V. Brusnytsin, Y. Doroshenko, L. Dubinina, Z. Kolmogorova, I. Pasynkov, B. Slobtsov, V. Halizov
1958 July, Category III
Hike and water trek in East Sayan: village of Zharovskoe - Bazybayskiy water threshold - Edelstein peak (2649 m) - Peak Grandiozniy - Vaskina river - Kazyr river - village of Zharovskoe
A. Budrin (leader), T. Budrina (his wife), Y. Blinov, L. Grigoryeva, Y. Kiselev, Z. Kolmogorova, Y. Doroshenko, I. Pasynkov, G. Starobudsev, B. Sychev
1958 spring
Hiking on Upper Altai
Z. Kolmogorova
1958 May
Labor Day propaganda trek to the area of Lower Serginskie caves
V. Shulyatyev, Z. Kolmogorova
1957 Feb 10-26, Category II
Hike in Northern Ural: N. Toshemka - upper sources of Vizhay river - ascend to Mt. Ekvachakhl 1290m - source of Ivdel river - Ivdel river between the ridges of Hozatump and Kent Nyer - Ivdel
I. Dyatlov (leader), B. Bychkov, L. Grigoryeva, Z. Kolmogorova, M. Mitrofanova, N. Oshtepkova, L. Russkyh, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, E. Chubarev, V. Shunin
1957 Aug 24-Sep 16, Category II
Traverse in Caucasus Mountains: city of Nalchik - Baksan - alpine camp "Nakra" - Bassa Pass - city of Suhumi (Chegem - Donguz - Oron)
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Blinkova, Y. Volegov, L. Grigoryeva, Z. Kolmogorova, N. Oshtepkova, L. Russkih, P. Tarzin, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, E. Chubarev, V. Shunin
1956 November, Category I
Weekend trek for 3 days till the 7th on Chusovaya river: Kuzino station - Nizhnee village - village Treka - village Kamenka - Kuzino station
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Dubinina, E. Zinovyev, Y. Krivonischenko, N. Popov, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, Z. Kolmogorova, about 50 hikers in total
1956
Z. Kolmogorova awarded the diploma of the Sverdlovsk regional council VSS (Voluntary Sports Society) "Burevestnik" ("Petrel") as part of a team that took 1st place in the first group in the championship of the city’s universities in hiking in 1956.
1956 July, Category II
Hiking and water trek Southern Ural, Bashkortostan: city of Zlatoust - Zyuratkul lake - Mt. Iremel - Yuryuzan river - Mt Yaman Tau - Small Inzer river
N. Tregubov (leader), I. Dyatlov *, Z. Kolmogorova, Y. Volegov, N. Oshtepkova, N. Reneva, L. Sokolova, G. Starobudsev, Y. Sharninym
* N. Tregubov in 2016 said that they went without Dyatlov, who at that time was on a trek in the Sayan Mountains.
1956 spring, Category I
Trek in Middle Ural
Z. Kolmogorova (leader)
1955 summer, Category II
Hike and water trek in Northern Ural: Cheremhovo - Mt Denezhkin Kamen - Vishera river - Krasnovisherks
I. Dyatlov (leader), Z. Kolmogorova, total 4 students Radio Electronics and Information Technology UPI
1955 March
Weekend hike in Chertovo Gorodishte
I. Dyatlov, Z. Kolmogorova
Lyudmila Dubinina
At the time of the application of the last campaign, she had 4 hikes (Case files 201, reference of the UPI sports club), incl. one 1st cat., three 2nd cat.
1958 winter, Category II
Middle Ural: Cheremhovo settlement - Mt Denezhkin Kamen - Mt Konzhakovskiy Kamen - Kytlym settlement
Y. Blinov (leader), L. Dubinina, L. Kotelnikova, K. Svechnikova, I. Pasynkov, B. Ivankov, S. Devyatov
1958 summer, Category II-III
Hiking and water trek in Central Sayan Mountains: ascend to Edelstein peak (2649 m)
I. Dyatlov, V. Brusnytsin, Y. Doroshenko, L. Dubinina, Z. Kolmogorova, I. Pasynkov, B. Slobtsov, V. Halizov
1958 summer II Southern Ural: Ust-Katav - Sergienskie caves - Dvoynishi station - Big Shelom - Mt Yaman Tau - Mt Iremel - Zyuratkul lake
L. Dubinina (leader), G. Batalova
1957 summer, Category II
Hike and water trek in Eastern Sayan: Zharovskoe - Bazybayskiy water threshhold - Sobolinka rievr - Bazybay river - Kazyr river - village of Gulyaevska
P. Bartolomey (leader), E. Zinovyev, L. Dubinina, A. Ivlev, B. Martyushev, Y. Doroshenko, Y. Yudin, G. Radosteva, L. Kiseleva
V. Brusnytsin (leader), S. Trenin, V. Markovskiy, V. Kiselev, O. Nikitina, N. Solovyova, B. Slobtsov, A. Selezneva
1956 November, Category I
Weekend trek for 3 days till the 7th on Chusovaya river: Kuzino station - Nizhnee village - village Treka - village Kamenka - Kuzino station
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Dubinina, E. Zinovyev, Y. Krivonischenko, N. Popov, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, Z. Kolmogorova, about 50 hikers in total
1956 summer, Category I
Southern Ural: Ilmenskiy Zapovednik with hiking permit
L. Dubinina
Yuri Doroshenko
At the time of the application for the last trek he had no official hikes (Case files 201) / 5 according to the reference of the UPI sports club, incl. one 1st cat., two 2nd cat., one 3rd cat.
At the beginning of 1958, he had category 3 in hiking and 2 summer treks cat. 2 and 3.
1958 winter II Northern Ural: пос. Ис - г. Лялинский Камень - пос. Кытлым - Mt Konzhakovskiy Kamen - city of Karpinsk
Z. Kolmogorova (leader), Y. Doroshenko, Y. Yudin
1958 summer, Category II-III
Hiking and water trek in Central Sayan Mountains: ascend to Edelstein peak (2649 m)
I. Dyatlov, V. Brusnytsin, Y. Doroshenko, L. Dubinina, Z. Kolmogorova, I. Pasynkov, B. Slobtsov, V. Halizov
1958 July, Category III
Hike and water trek in East Sayan: village of Zharovskoe - Bazybayskiy water threshold - Edelstein peak (2649 m) - Peak Grandiozniy - Vaskina river - Kazyr river - village of Zharovskoe
A. Budrin (leader), T. Budrina (his wife), Y. Blinov, L. Grigoryeva, Y. Kiselev, Z. Kolmogorova, Y. Doroshenko, I. Pasynkov, G. Starobudsev, B. Sychev
1957 February, Category I
Middle Ural: along Chusovaya river from Staroutkinska to Martyanovo village, ascend to Mt. Starik-Kamen
Y. Doroshenko (leader), E. Zinovyev, B. Martyushev, Y. Blinov, Y. Yudin, E. Pavlov, L. Kiseleva, I. Bushueva, O. Golovan, G. Startseva, E. Biryukova, M. Pinchug, R. Brehunova, Y. Krotov, K. Svechnikova, R. Tipikina, L. Kotelnikova, E. Tsarporodtseva, B. Ivankov and T. Kadrotova
1957 summer, Category II
Hike and water trek in Eastern Sayan: Zharovskoe - Bazybayskiy water threshhold - Sobolinka rievr - Bazybay river - Kazyr river - village of Gulyaevska
P. Bartolomey(leader), E. Zinovyev, L. Dubinina, A. Ivlev, B. Martyushev, Y. Doroshenko, Y. Yudin, G. Radosteva, L. Kiseleva
V. Brusnytsin (leader), S. Trenin, V. Markovskiy, V. Kiselev, O. Nikitina, N. Solovyova, B. Slobtsov, A. Selezneva
1956 November, Category I
Weekend trek for 3 days till the 7th on Chusovaya river: Kuzino station - Nizhnee village - village Treka - village Kamenka - Kuzino station
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Dubinina, E. Zinovyev, Y. Krivonischenko, N. Popov, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, Z. Kolmogorova, about 50 hikers in total
Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle
At the time of the application for the last trek, he had 6 hikes (Case files 201) / 5 according to the reference of the UPI sports club, incl. three (two) 1st cat., two 2nd cat., and one 3rd cat.
1958 winter I Middle Ural
V. Shunin (leader), N. Thibeaux-Brignolle
1958 Jul 31 - 22 Aug, Category III
Hike in Altai: village of Inya - river mouth - Akem - Akemskoe lake - Argut river - Karagem - Chegan - Uzun
I. Dyatlov (leader), P. Bartolomey, R. Sedov, R. Slobodin, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, A. Budrin, V. Shunin, Y. Yudin
1957 Feb 10-26, Category II
Hike in Northern Ural: N. Toshemka - upper sources of Vizhay river - ascend to Mt. Ekvachakhl 1290m - source of Ivdel river - Ivdel river between the ridges of Hozatump and Kent Nyer - Ivdel
I. Dyatlov (leader), B. Bychkov, L. Grigoryeva, Z. Kolmogorova, M. Mitrofanova, N. Oshtepkova, L. Russkyh, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, E. Chubarev, V. Shunin
1956 November, Category I
Weekend trek for 3 days till the 7th on Chusovaya river: Kuzino station - Nizhnee village - village Treka - village Kamenka - Kuzino station
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Dubinina, E. Zinovyev, Y. Krivonischenko, N. Popov, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, Z. Kolmogorova, about 50 hikers in total
1956 summer, Category II
Hike in Southern Ural: city of Zlatoust - Zyuratkul lake - village of Aleksandrovka - Mt Yaman Tau - Dvoynisha station
N. Thibeaux-Brignolle (leader)
Yuri Krivonischenko
By 1959 he had the qualification of “Junior Instructor in Hiking” (1957), 2nd category in hiking (1957). At the time of the application for the last trek, he had 6 hikes (according to his registration card), although they were not indicated in the application for the trip (Case files 201) / 7 according to the reference of the UPI sports club, incl. three 1st cat., three 2nd cat.
1957 winter, Category II
Northern Ural: city of Karpinsk - Mt Olvinskiy Kamen - Mt Konzhakovskiy Kamen - Kytlym settlement - city of Karpinsk
Y. Krivonischenko (leader), B. Sychev
1957 summer, Category II
Hike and water trek in Eastern Sayan: village of Zharovskoe - Bаzybayskiy water threshhold - Bаzybayskiy Belok - Eastern Kitat river - Kazyr river - village of Gulyaevska
Pavlinov (leader), Y. Krivonischenko
1957 spring
Hike in Middle Ural: Mt Azov
Y. Krivonischenko (leader)
1956 November, Category I
Weekend trek for 3 days till the 7th on Chusovaya river: Kuzino station - Nizhnee village - village Treka - village Kamenka - Kuzino station
I. Dyatlov (leader), L. Dubinina, E. Zinovyev, Y. Krivonischenko, N. Popov, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, Z. Kolmogorova (about 50 hikers in total)
1956 summer Hike in Southern Ural: Bakal station - Mt Iremel - Yuryuzan river - city of Ufa
Y. Krivonischenko (leader)
1955 winter, Category I
Ski trek in Ural Mountains: Kourovskaya Tourbase
Y. Krivonischenko
1954 summer, Category I
Trek in Caucasus Mountains: Krasnaya Polyana
Y. Krivonischenko
1954 summer, Category I
Hike in Southern Ural: Ilmenskiy Zapovednik with a hiking permit
Y. Krivonischenko
Aleksander Kolevatov
At the time of the application for the last trek, he had 5 hikes (Case files 201) / 6 according to the reference of the UPI sports club, incl. three 1st cat., one (two) 2nd cat., one 3rd cat.
1959 New Year
Weekend trek on Chusovaya river
I. Dyatlov (leader), A. Kolevatov
1958 winter II Middle Ural
A. Kolevatov (leader)
1958 summer, Category I
Hike and water trek in Eastern Sayan:
A. Kolevatov (leader), with students of Chemistry and Physics UPI
1958 spring
Hike in Middle Ural
N. Kuznetsov (leader), A. Kolevatov
1957 winter 57-58 Ski trek Sverdlovks - Nizhniy Tagil
A. Kolevatov
1957 summer, Category II
Hike and water trek in Southern Ural: Urzhumka - Zyuratkul lake - Tyulyuk settlement - Mt Yaman Tau - Inzer river - Azovo station
Y. Blinov (leader), A. Kolevatov, V. Krotov, B. Ivankov, E. Biryukova, I. Bushueva, Neganova, F. Shulzhevich
1957 winter 56-57
Ski trek in Middle Ural: Sverdlovsk - Mt Kachkanar
A. Kolevatov
1956 summer, Category III
Water trek Subpolar Ural: Mynya station - Synyayu river - Mt Sablya - Bangyryu river - Kasyu river - Kasyu station
L. Blohintsev (leader), A. Kolevatov (Moscow)
1955 summer I Hike in Caucasus Mountains on route №44
A. Kolevatov (Moscow)
Rustem Slobodin
At the time of the application for the last trek, he had 6 hikes (Case files 201, reference of the UPI sports club), incl. two 1st cat., three 2nd cat., and one 3rd cat.
1958 winter, Category II Northern Ural: Polunochnoe station - Chistop range - Molebniy - Vizhay river - Lower Vizhay - Vizhay
L. Grigoryeva (leader), R. Slobodin
1958 Jul 31 - 22 Aug, Category III
Hike in Altai: village of Inya - river mouth - Akem - Akemskoe lake - Argut river - Karagem - Chegan - Uzun
I. Dyatlov (leader), P. Bartolomey, R. Sedov, R. Slobodin, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, A. Budrin, V. Shunin, Y. Yudin
1958 summer
Western Tien Shan: traversing the mountains from Frunze to Andijan
R. Slobodin with his father, Vladimir Mihaylovich Slobodin
1957 winter, Category II
Northern Ural: city of Karpinsk - Mt Olvinskiy Kamen - Mt Kozhakovskiy Kamen - Kytlym settlement - city of Karpinsk
Y. Krivonischenko (leader), R. Slobodin
1957 summer, Category I
Hike in Tien Shan: Mt Frunze - Mt Karyn - Kacharman settlement - Kugart Pass - Jalal-Abad
Sokolovskiy (leader) from Jalal-Abad, R. Slobodin
1955 winter, Category II
Southern Ural: Bakal station - Mt Iremel - Mt Yaman Tau - Dvoynishi station
Sorokin (leader), R. Slobodin
1952 summer, Category I
Hike in Southern Ural: Ilmenskiy Zapovednik with a hiking permit
R. Slobodin
Semyon Zolotaryov
At the time of the application for the last trek, he had 24 hikes (see Instructor's registration card), incl. seventeen 1st cat., and seven 2nd cat.
Of these, four ski in the Carpathians and in the Northern Caucasus (three - 1st cat., in one of which he is the leader; one - 2nd cat., as instructor)
According to the reference of the UPI sports club dated Mar 23, 1959 classification ticket №157 of S.A. Zolotaryov, issued by the Pharmaceutical Institute VSS (Voluntary Sports Society) "Medic" Pyatigorsk, on Jan 6, 1954 he was given 2nd category in mountain hiking (order №131/ Dec 19, 1953).
The registration card shows that in the winter of 1958 he led 2nd cat. trek in Transcarpathia, and also has experience of three winter treks 1st cat.
In addition.
He also made nine summer treks 1st cat. and five summer treks of 2nd cat.
Yuri Yudin
At the time of the application for the last trek, he had 6 hikes (Case files 201; reference of the UPI sports club), incl. three 1st cat., two 2nd cat., one 3rd cat.
1958 winter, Category II
Northern Ural: Is settlement - Mt Lilyanskiy Kamen - Kytlym settlement - Mt Konzhakovskiy Kamen - city of Karpinsk
Z. Kolmogorova (leader), Y. Doroshenko, Y. Yudin
1958 Jul 31 - 22 Aug, Category III
Hike in Altai: village of Inya - river mouth - Akem - Akemskoe lake - Argut river - Karagem - Chegan - Uzun
I. Dyatlov (leader), P. Bartolomey, R. Sedov, R. Slobodin, N. Thibeaux-Brignolle, N. Tregubov, V. Halizov, A. Budrin, V. Shunin, Y. Yudin
1957 February, Category I
Middle Ural: along Chusovaya river from Staroutkinska to Martyanovo village, ascend to Mt. Starik-Kamen
Y. Doroshenko (leader), E. Zinovyev, B. Martyushev, Y. Blinov, Y. Yudin, E. Pavlov, L. Kiseleva, I. Bushueva, O. Golovan, G. Startseva, E. Biryukova, M. Pinchug, R. Brehunova, Y. Krotov, K. Svechnikova, R. Tipikina, L. Kotelnikova, E. Tsarporodtseva, B. Ivankov and T. Kadrotova 1957 autumn I V. Rudenko (leader), Y. Yudin
1957 summer, Category II
Hike and water trek in Eastern Sayan: Zharovskoe - Bazybayskiy water threshhold - Sobolinka rievr - Bazybay river - Kazyr river - village of Gulyaevska
P. Bartolomey (leader), E. Zinovyev, L. Dubinina, A. Ivlev, B. Martyushev, Y. Doroshenko, Y. Yudin, G. Radosteva, L. Kiseleva
V. Brusnytsin (leader), S. Trenin, V. Markovskiy, V. Kiselev, O. Nikitina, N. Solovyova, B. Slobtsov, A. Selezneva
1956 autumn, Category I
Hike in Middle Ural
Y. Yudin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January 22, 1959
Sixty-one years ago to the day. 
Here is a little history of how the group got together, from documents and recollections of their fellow hikers; who went on this trek, who didn’t and why.
From Chubarev and Popov letters:
"Dyatlov gathers a group for the Subpolar Urals from as early as Oct 15, 1958.
On Dec 12, 1958 he invites Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, Yuri Doroshenko and Nikolay Popov, if the latter is allowed form his place of work, the Tatarstan Research Institute of Petroleum Machine Building (TatNIIneftemash)."
From Sergey Sogrin testimony (Case files 330):
"In the winter of 1958-1959, Dyatlov began to prepare new expedition of which the whole section knew. Initially, the expedition was supposed to be carried out in the Subpolar Ural, but since this area required a lot of time, it was abandoned and the Northern Ural was chosen - the region is easier and more accessible.
I myself was also in midst of a preparation of a category III trip to the Subpolar Ural, and Dyatlov and I often talked about our routes, shared our experience, jointly decided on some or other issues of preparation, tactics on the route."
From Sergey Sogrin recollections:
"I invited Zina Kolmogorova in our group...
One day, Zina somehow embarrassedly refused to go with us...
Most likely Zina decided to get permission from Igor to join our group.
I think that in the manner typical of him he quite bluntly refused her ...
Zolotaryov preferred Dyatlov’s trek, and Igor accepted Zolotaryov in his group."
From Yuri Yudin testimony (Case files 293-294):
"In December 1958, several members refused to go.
Then I, Doroshenko and two other students - Bienko and Vishnevskiy asked Dyatlov to join the group...
Subsequently, Vishnevskiy and Bienko decided not to participate in the hike."
From Vadim Brusnitsyn testimony (Case files 362):
"The trip to the Northern Ural was conceived in the fall.
The first organizers of it were Y. Vishnevsky, L. Dubinina and S. Bienko. At first they did not get along well... until Igor Dyatlov took up the cause to organize the group."
From Vladislav Bienko recollections:
"I didn’t succeed with my own route to the Subpolar Ural, and in early January 1959 I asked to join I.
Dyatlov’s group, leaving for the Northern Ural, and was accepted."
From Petr Bartolomey recollections:
"After this trek [1958 Altai in summer] Dyatlov was eager for the next vacation to go skiing in the area of Mt Otorten.
He invited five members from the Altai group: Slobodin, Thibeaux-Brignolle, Yudin, me and Halizov ...
Only a tempting prestigious place in the undergraduate practice at Mosenergo (Company of Energy and Electrification, daughter company of Moscow United Energy Company) made me leave the Dyatlov group a month before the start of the trek. I can't remember now why did not Halizov go."
From Yuri Blinov recollections
"It started with us...[Blinov], Yudin, Doroshenko, Kolmogorova...
And Slavka (short for Vladislav) [Bienko]...
Sashka (short for Aleksander) Kolevatov sided with me...
And we invited Dyatlov...
And we had an earlier agreement with Yuri Krivonischenko that he would join...
And then when I wagged my tail - Kolevatov stayed there [he was not friends and did not know the physicists from the new Blinov group]... [Dyatlov] invited Zolotaryov; and Slobodin responded as well... they appeared later and joined..."
From Zinaida Kolmogorova letter:
"The composition of the group on Jan 22, 1959: Dyatlov, N. Tibo, Yuri Krivonschenko, Yudin, Vishnevskiy, Bienko, Kolevatov, Dubinina, Kolmogorova, Doroshenko"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January 23, 1959
The area through which the hike route passed was not sufficiently studied.
There are no detailed public maps of this area.
Igor appeals for help to a familiar geologist and pilot.
The geologist helps Dyatlov develop an optimal route.
The tourist club did not even have a map of the area where Dyatlov led his group.
It turned out that Dyatlov did not agree with anyone about the exact route of the group.
A route book was left without a route and a map showing the route of the group.
Dyatlov group discussed various options for the route and Igor to send the final version for approval, but he did not.
On January 23, 1959, at about 9 pm, the Dyatlov Group consisting of 10 hikers, took train No.45 from Sverdlovsk to the city of Serov.
 

Lyuda Dubinina diary

 

23 january.
It’s the last day of preparations and everything has been quite hectic.
From eleven in the morning I was scampering between stores buying different bits and pieces.
And I was silly enough to buy five meters of cambric which cost 200 rubles.
I was packing in such a rush and of course I’ve forgotten at home my sweater.
Everyone was busy with something, and we had so many things to do.
Just before our departure, those who wanted to say goodbye came to meet us.
We were really short of time, but arrived at the railway station with seconds to spare.
Then we had to say goodbye to everyone.
Before leaving we sang a few songs, but in the cart Blinov group joined and we continue singing together.
Among all the most notable is Krotov's bass.
This time there were a lot of very new songs that we were writing down with the help of an instructor A Zolotaryov, who came with us on the trek.
At first nobody wanted this Zolotaryov, for he is a stranger, but then we all agreed, because you can't refuse.
Thus, as we were ten, and remained ten, for Slavka was not released by the faculty bureau.
 

Dyatlov Group diary

 

January 23
We're on the road again!
We are now sitting in room 531, or rather of course not sitting but frantically shoving into backpacks oatmeal, cans, canned meat.
The head of provision distribution (zavhoz) is overseeing that everybody gets everything.
Where are my felt boots?
Y. K. (Yuri Krivonischenko) Can we play mandolin on the train?
Of course!
We forgot the salt!
3kg
Igor!
Where are you?
Where is Doroshenko?
Why didn't he take 20 packs?
Give me 15 kopeks (cents) to call.
The scales, where are the scales?
It doesn't fit, dam it.
Who has the knife?
Yuri take this to the station.
Slav Khalizov just got here.
Hello, hello!
Can I get 15 cents?
Lyuda is counting the money, lots of money.
The room is an artistic mess.
And here we are on the train.
We sang all the songs that we know, learned new ones, everyone goes to sleep at 3 (am).
I wonder what awaits us on this trip?
What will we encounter?
The boys solemnly swore not to smoke the entire trip.
I wonder how much will power they have to get by without cigarettes?
Everybody is falling asleep, and behind the window Ural taiga is spreading in all directions.

Z. Kolmogorova
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Napisano 24 styczeń 2020 - 21:12

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January 24, 1959
January 24, 1959 In the city of Serov from 7-8 am until 18:30.
The train station, the incident - the detention of Yuri Krivonischenko, the 41st school, the story of mountaneering to school children of 1st and 2nd grade.
By train to Ivdel.
Incident in a train with a drunk passenger*.
*On the train from Serov to Ivdel, a drunken passenger came to the group, stating that they had stolen a bottle of vodka from him and demanded to return it.
He was simply ignored, although the physically fit hikers could have easily confronted him.
The drunken passenger insisted on his rights and initiated a scandal.
As a result, the conductor had to take the loaded citizen causing the disturbance to the police at the station.
This incident is interesting not only for what was noted in the diaries, but also for the record that the Dyatlov himself made when preparing list of provisions for the trek.
Yuri Yudin could not get alcohol and Igor made a record; vodka, Indian tea, matches.
If for some reason the hikers did not buy vodka, then it is possible that one of them could actually have stolen from the drunk passenger.
This is just a speculation.
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City of Serov - Palace of Culture of Metallurgist
 
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Monument of Serov, Aleksander Kolevatov

Dyatlov Group diary

 

January 24
7.00 (am) We arrived in Serov (town).
We traveled with a Blinov's group.
They have... things for hunting and other accessories.
At the station we were met with hell of a hospitality.
They didn't allow us into the building.
The policeman stares at us suspiciously.
There is no crime or vandalism in the city, as it suppose to be in times of communism.
And then Yuri Krivo started a song, the cops grabbed him and took him away.
At the attention of citizen Krivonischenko, sergeant explained that the rules of §3 prohibited all activity that would disturb the peace of passengers.
It is perhaps the only train station where the songs are forbidden, so we stayed without singing.
Finally everything is settled by end fo the day.
We are leaving Serov to Ivdel at 6:30 pm.
We were welcomed warmly in the school near the railway station.
The steward (she is also a janitor) boiled some water, and helped us with everything we needed for the preparation for the trek.
We have the whole day free.
We want to go to the city, to visit the nature museum or take a trip to a factory, but too much time is passed in distribution of equipment and cleaning it.
12.00 In the interval between 1st and 2nd shifts in school we organized meeting with pupils.
The room crammed with so many curious children.
Zolotoryov: "Kids, I will tell you now...
Tourism is, enables you to..."
Everyone is still, quiet, engaged.
Z. Kolmogorova: Tra- ta- ta- ta, what's your name, you went where, awesome, you have been camping, she went on and on...
Questions didn't end.
We had to explain and show to every kid everything, from torches to tents.
It took us 2 hours, and kids didn't want to let us go.
They sang songs to each other.
The whole school saw us at the station.
Everything ended as expected, when we were leaving, the kids yelled and cried, asking Zina to stay with them.
They promised to behave and study well.
In the train cart a young drunk accused us of stealing his booze from his pocket.
For the second time this day the cops were involved.
Discussion about love provoked by Z. Kolmogorova.
Songs, reassessment, Dubinina under the seats, garlic with bread and no water, and we arrived in Ivdel around 12 am.
Large waiting room.
Total freedom of action.
We took shifts to watch over our stuff all night long.
Bus to Vizhay leaves early in the morning.

Yudin
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Serov, trainstation and school 41

Unknown diary (could be Zolotoryov's)

 

January 24, 1959
Last night, about 9-00 we boarded the train №43.
At last.
There is 10 of us.
Slavik Bienko [Slavik is short for Vladislav] did not go, they did not let him.
We are going with a Blinov group.
Fun.
Songs.
Around 8 am we arrived in Serov.
We were not allowed to stay on the train station, the train to Ivdel is at 6-30 pm.
We are looking for a room.
We are trying to get into the club (to the right of the dining room of the station) and school, but fail.
Finally he (? not sure about the identity) finds school number 41 (about 200 meters from the train station), where we were very well received.
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Semyon Zolotaryov with a bag of rusks
 
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Krivonischneko's camera film №6 frame №12
Frame №12 is a very interesting "Old Flemish masters" style photo with Igor Dyatlov and Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle recognizable by his hat.
Above Dyatlov's head hangs Krivonischenko's mandolin.
Kneeled behind the table is Rustem Slobodin.
The way Krivonischenko cut out of the frame Lyudmila Dubinina could be intentional and telling of his feelings about her.
 

Lyudmila Dubinina diary

 

24 january went to bed We arrived in Serov very early.
We were not allowed in the station with the backpacks.
We settled nearby the station.
The boys cross the overseer, that's me, with accusations of stinginess and greed.
Alas, the canteen at this point is a great luxury for us.
There was one small incident - Yurka K. was taken by the police charging him with deception.
Our hero decided to walk around the station handing a cap for change after singing a song.
Yuri had to be rescued.
Then we managed to move to the elementary school together with Blinov group.
After lunch we began to prepare the equipment.
Decided to read talk to the children in 1st and 2nd grades about tourism.
They liked our stories and things very much, and they became very attached to us.
Time flew by till 6 pm in the company of our new young friends.
The children bonded so much, especially to Zina, that they parted with tears.
In the train we all sang songs accompanied with a mandolin and just like that.
Then out of the blue a young alcoholic came to the boys and accused them of stealing a bottle of vodka.
He demanded her return and promised to punch them in the teeth.
In the end, he did not prove or get anything and got lost.
Yurka came and sang with us for a while and left.
We sang and sang, and no one even noticed how we started to discuss love issues, talking about kisses in particular.
We talked all kinds of nonsense, of course; everyone was interested, everyone wanted to speak out, eventually trying to out-shout each other and prove their own opinion.
Sasha Kolevatov was the best in our debates.
Probably he expressed not only his own thoughts but, anyway, he obviously won.
We arrived at night in Ivdel and bunked at the station.
We settled in the corner, spreading the tent, and laid down to sleep at once.
I stayed watch.
I used the time to sew overshoes and copy songs.
Yurkina Olva from time to time shouted probably from boredom and hunger.
I lasted till 3 am.
At that time I lay down, only Borya continue to sew something for a long time, but he finally retire.
Zhenya (Yevgeniy Zinovyov) often picks on me, sometimes he even says offensive things.
He seem to consider me foolish.
It's my fault that I like to add fuel to the fire, damn me.
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Serov, 41st school, the group is preparing for the trek. Zina Kolmogorova is holding a piece of felt.

Zinaida Kolmogorova diary

 

24.1.59
Here we are on a trek again.
Now in Serov.
The entire evening yesterday till 3 AM we sang songs.
With us is Sr. instructor of the Kourovka tour base Aleksander Zolotaryov.
He knows a lot of songs, it's just happy somehow that we are learning new songs.
Especially some the Zumba and others.
Today I feel little sad.
But it's nothing.
We are on duty with Rustik [nickname for Rustem].
We went and talked to the school children, then they all saw us off, even burst into tears, didn't want to let us go.
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Serov, 41-th school, Zina is cutting sheepskin insoles with felt scissors.

Zina Kolmogorova letter

 

The letter is written on Jan 24th 1959 in city of Serov and sent on Jan 26 from Vizhay.
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Hi, my dear mom, dad, Tom, Galya and Lusya!
Greetings to you from Zina.
Well, I'm away from you again, now we are in Serov.
We have a transfer here and I am writing to you.
Well, how is life?
Anything new?
We are going camping, a group of 10 people.
The group is good.
At the plant, everything is ok, they let me go.
I have all the clothes I need, so do not worry about me.
How do you live?
Write to me in Vizhay, I am looking forward to it.
Has the cow calved yet?
I love milk.
How's mom work?
How is the dad's health?
Moms?
How are Galya and Lusya doing at school?
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Lusya, try not to have Cs this semester.
And Galya turn Ds in sports to Cs. Spend more time on the skis and you need to run more.
See you soon and goodbye.
Big kisses to you all
 
Your Zina.

Write to me, I am looking forward to it.
Ok?
 
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Napisano 25 styczeń 2020 - 22:36

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January 25, 1959

 

The night of January 25 Dyatlov Group arrives in Ivdel located 340 km North of their starting point.
Leaving early in the morning in bus Gas-51 with Blinov group. 14:00 Vizhay.
Stayed at a guest house. Parting with Blinov group, watch movie "Symphonie in Gold"
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Bus from Ivdel to Vizhay - Doroshenko, Zina, Krivonishenko (center), Zolotaryov

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25 january 1959.
We got up at half past five, quickly gathered and left for the city of Ivdel with the first bus.
After an hour of waiting, we managed to grab a bus (such as GAZ-51).
The twenty-five-seater bus was forced to accommodate a full twenty-five plus twenty backpacks packed to capacity and as many pairs of skis.
We were full up to the ceiling.
First layer passengers sat on the seats, on a pile of skis, on backpacks.
Second layer passengers sat on the backs of the seats, finding a place for legs on the shoulders of comrades.
It was not so tight, however, as not to sing, so we did it almost all the way to Vizhay.
The trip was not uneventful.
The bus made a small detour away from the highway, in the village of Shipichnoe, and we were given the chance to step out, which we did with pleasure.
Four of the most agile went far ahead to the settlement of Talitsa to see the power station.
Suddenly the heard: "The bus."
We rush out the door, but, alas, it was too late.
The bus passed by and we were forced to chance after it as fast as we can, hoping fate would be merciful and, perhaps, we would catch up with it (I am part of the "agile" four).
However, the first hundred meters clearly demonstrated the advantages of a fifty horse power engine.
Our heels flashed far behind the bus, and the gap widened.
The prospect to walk about thirty kilometers on the highway with no breakfast and lunch already seemed quite real, when suddenly ...
I mentioned that fate is merciful.
The mercy came in the form of a girl going to Vizhay that hailed the bus and stopped the object of our persecution.
A minute later we were already safely sitting on the second floor of the seats and traveling to Vizhay.
We arrived in Vizhay about two pm. It turned out that we can continue our automobile journey in the next morning.
Warmly said goodbye to Blinov's group, who went further (to the west of Vizhay in the deep forest area).
After dinner, which was held in a warm "friendly atmosphere," we moved to the "hotel", which was the usual hut with three windows.
We went to the cinema, leaving "home" Doroshenko and Kolevatov.
We watched the "Symphonie in Gold", came back in "musical mood".
Now we are busy getting ready the equipment.
Tonight, according to the local commandant, we will leave on.

Kolevatov.
 

Zinaida Kolmogorova diary

 

25.1.59 arrived in Ivdel at midnight, spent the night at the train station pitching a tent on the floor.
Yes, we have already been spotted 2 times by the police.
Once Yuri Kriv was taken to the police station.
He wanted to raise money for candy.
It was funny.
Then on the train Serov-Ivdel reached Ivdel, spent the night at the station, in the morning got on a bus, drove to a hotel in Ivdel.
Then we took the bus and drove off.
We are 20 people, backpacks and skis.
Had to pile up on 3 levels, but we sang songs all the way.
Arrived in Vizhay.
First we stopped at the same club where we were 2 years ago.
Then we were taken to the hotel.
The whole evening there was a discussion about love about friendship, about dances and other things, etc.
I talked a lot about things which are completely unfamiliar to me and I scarcely do, but I tried, sincerely.
But this is all nonsense.
But again the words of Volt come to mind.
How well did he say it.
We went to see "Symphonie in Gold" so powerful! So great!
 

Lyudmila Dubinina diary

 

25 january We woke up, without really to have slept much.
I told Rustic that I won't wash up due to lack of conditions.
He agreed.
The bus came right away, we climbed quickly.
Had to travel on 3 levels.
Kolka Tibo (Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles) had to push his body to the ceiling, Olva first stood in (illegible word) position, but soon she couldn't stand it anymore and got down on her knees.
We sang again, of course.
I totally lost my voice.
Zhenka was bickering again.
He goes on and on.
Things stated to make sence, it wasn't really a knew, but it is now clearer and better.
But despite this, Yurka is still a good-natured person, at least, judging by his behavior.
I'm still true to myself.
Zhenka and Zina sang "If you eyes hadn't been blue..." ("Если б были глаза твои не такие синие...")
When we arrived at а turn the bus went to a village and had to return for us in an hour.
We continue on foot.
It was so nice to walk along the road in such good weather.
We went a little nuts and roll in the snow.
During our walk there was an incident - a car coming from the forest got stuck in the opposite direction.
Our guys rushed to the rescue.
Finally they pulled it out in half.
Then our bus came up and we hopped on it.
The discussion now was about happiness.
Basically our guys were the most active.
They tried to give a definition of happiness, but everyone had it its own way.
Arrived in Vizhay at four two.
Blinov group is going further to settlement 41, and we stay to spend the night.
We had a tearful goodbye with Blinov group.
The mood sank.
At parting, we sang with Zina and Zhenya: "If you eyes hadn't ..." In general I am very very sad.
We are extremely lucky!
The Symphonie in Gold was showing.
We left all our things and packs at the hotel and went to the club.
The image was a bit fuzzy, but it didn’t overshadow the pleasure at all. Yurka Krivo, sitting next to me, was smacking his lips and oohing with delight.
This is real happiness, so difficult to describe with words.
The music is just fabulous!
The mood after the movie greatly improved.
Igor Dyatlov was unrecognizable.
He tried to dance, and even started singing: "O Jackie Joe"
We are on duty with Yuri today.
We decided to cook noodles on the stove.
But it was very difficult to heat the stove with such raw firewood, so it took a lot of time.
Finally we began to eat.
During the meal, a discussion arose about the rights of boys and girls to freedom, etc.
In my opinion, such discussions lead nowhere.
But we are doing it anyway, to vent the soul.
We went to bed late.
Had to lay down in beds by two, only Yurka Krivo and Sasha slept on the floor between the beds.
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Vizhay
 
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Dyatlov group is helping Blinov group to mount a bus to 41st district - Doroshenko in motion blur
 
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Blinov group is loading a truck. Dyatlov group is seeing them off
 
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Memento of Dyatlov and Blinov groups together before their ways part
 
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Collective photo of Dyatlov and Blinov groups
The following two photos are from Blinov group after they parted with Dyatlov group and got off the truck.
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Napisano 26 styczeń 2020 - 21:48

For first time Lyudmila Morgunova is publishing the post card her brother Rustem Slobodin mailed from Vizhay, 61 year to the day:

 

 

Where: Sverdlovsk 9
Malyisheva St ,142 room 71
To: Slobodins
Sender's address: city of Ivdel, Sverdlovsk region
village of Vizhay

 

 

 

26/I-1959 10 am
Hello sedentary citizens of Sverdlovsk!


Yesterday we safely reached the village of Vizhay.

 

Now we are taking a truck to the starting point - 2nd Northern.


The weather is nice, warm (~ 10-15 °).

 

Everything is good.

 

I am sorry I didn't say goodbye - got carried away.


All the best.

 

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Napisano 26 styczeń 2020 - 21:51

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Lyudmila Dubinina's premonition of her tragic death

 

Author Aleks Kandr and Sabine Lechtenfeld
If in other instances of telepathic communication both parties participated, clearly aware of their involvement in what is happening, then in the following example of telepathic contact between unfamiliar people, the power of telepathic influence is not so obvious, causing only a premonition and vague guesses of something fatal.
It will be about the premonition of Lyudmila Dubinina of her tragic death, signs of which, one way or another, appear in the records of her personal diary and in the peculiarities of her behavior during and after Dyatlov group pass through Vizhay.
Many authors of criminal versions of the death of Dyatlov’s group note the fact that the hikers were killed with extreme cruelty, as indicated by the nature of the injuries on the bodies of hikers discovered by search and rescue in a ravine in early May 1959.
This in turn suggests that the murder was committed based on the hatred of the murderers personally to those of the hikers who suffered more.
Only two members of the Dyatlov group were mutilated by the murderers with extreme cruelty: Alexander (Semyon) Zolotarev and Lyudmila Dubinina.
However, Lyudmila Dubinina had more severe injuries - in addition to numerous rib fractures on both sides of the chest, she had not only eyeballs, but also no tongue, according to the autopsy report.
Consequently, there are good reasons to assume that the main object of hatred and revenge for the murderers among all the hikers was exactly Lyudmila Dubinina.
Therefore, any researcher investigating the death of the Dyatlov group in the framework of the criminal version of a premeditated murder, taking into account the data of the autopsy report of Lyudmila Dubinina, should first of all examine all the materials of the criminal case relating to this girl in order to identify possible conflict situations with her participation, and this is primarily from the hikers diaries.
The version of the mystery of the murder of Dyatlov group is currently the only of all criminal versions, which has a documentary rationale for the possibility of a conflict between Lyudmila Dubinina and one of the employees of colony No. 64 under USh / 349-Ivdellag during the stay of the Dyatlov group in the village of Vizhay.
Dyatlov group arrived in Vizhay together with another group led by Blinov, and decided to stay for one night, as a result of which they spent in the the village almost a day from 14:00 on January 25, left for a ride only at 13:10 on January 26.
It is possible that the atmosphere of psychological discomfort that prevailed in the village.
Vizhay, had a depressing effect on hikers, which Lyudmila Dubinina partly reproduces in her diary: "We had a tearful goodbye with Blinov group.
The mood sank.
...In general, I am very, very sad".
In addition to this can be an entry in the personal diary of Zina Kolmogorova, who described the movement of the group from the village club to the hotel in Vizhay, carefully provided to the hikers by someone from the leadership of the settlement-colony.
Such participation in the fate of a group of hikers by the colony’s leadership is explained by the fact that Igor Dyatlov has a travel certificate and a trade union voucher, in which he addressed the leaders of Soviet, party and public organizations, “to render all possible assistance” in providing the Dyatlov group of hikers campaign XXI Congress of the CPSU, the opening of which was scheduled for January 28, 1959.
Perhaps it is no coincidence that Zina Kolmogorova formulated this movement as follows: "25.1.59…
We arrived in Vizhay.
First we stopped at the same club where we were 2 years ago.
Then we were taken to the hotel".
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Even Zina's use of the words "taken away" instead of "invited to move", "offered to move" or something like that, in these parts at that time had a very specific tint, meaning, as an addition, "under escort" to the word "taken".
But this is only a touch to a very specific psychological atmosphere of the village.
Vizhay, whose inhabitants provided jobs for the colony at that time.
This specific atmosphere for this area influenced on a subconscious level, forcing to choose specific words corresponding to its environment. ("we were taken"), and not just words.
Continuing on, Zina notes in her diary a certain peculiarity of the influence of this place on herself: "I talked a lot about things which are completely unfamiliar to me and I scarcely do, but I tried, sincerely.
But this is all nonsense.".
It is unlikely that we will find out what is sincere and unusual for her earlier, Zina spoke at the hotel of the settlement-colony Vizhay.
Dyatlov group would be better to stay overnight "In the same club where they were 2 years ago", rather than agree to "be taken" to the hotel, Judging by the non-forest review of her in the general diary of the group on the morning of January 26: "Slept in the so-called hotel, some bundling 2 people on a bed, and Sasha K. and Krivo even on the floor between the beds".
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The canteen in Vizhay. Igor Dyatlov said with a smile: "If the tea is cold, then go out and drink it on the street, it will be hot."
That is, the group was clearly not happy with "so-called hotel", I think, not only due to the fact that her hotel service did not provide for the availability of a sufficient number of beds for all hotel guests.
The fact is that the hikers who returned in high spirits from the club after watching a movie "Symphony in Gold" On the evening of January 25, they encountered serious difficulties in preparing a hot dinner due to raw wood for the stove, as a result of which the cooking process took "a lot of time".
From the diary of Lyudmila Dubinina:
"We are on duty with Yuri today.
We decided to cook noodles on the stove.
But it was very difficult to heat the stove with such raw firewood, so it took a lot of time.
Finally we began to eat.".
Yuri Krivonischenko, who was on duty this evening with Lyudmila, wrote in the diary of the group the next morning: "We did not boil water in the morning, wood was damp.
In the evening it took us 6 hours to boil the water.… Krivonischenko".
Such problems in preparing a hot dinner for experienced hikers, even in remote taiga, were extremely rare, as follows from the entry in the group’s diary for January 30: "As usual we quickly start a fire".
Even if we take into account the possible exaggeration in the assessment of time – "6 hours", spent on the kindling of the stove, then the difficulties that arose in the "so-called hotel" Vizhay could ruffle any experienced hikers for whom it was not difficult to quickly make a fire even in the forest.
And given the difficult mental state of Lyudmila Dubinina these days, it can be assumed that the difficulties encountered in the "so-called hotel" she could be completely out of balance, causing a flush of fair anger and anger on conditions "hotel service", to put it in modern language.
Therefore, she could express everything she thinks about this in the most harsh terms to anyone responsible for this “hotel service” person, regardless of her rank and position.
This is in complete agreement with the opinion of O. Arhipov: "Well, it is known that Lyudmila Aleksandrovna was sharp on the tongue and principled.
She would not keep her mouth shut.".
This peculiarity of Lyudmila’s character is confirmed in her personal diary the day before the hikers arrive in the village of Vizhay: "January 24th ...
Yes, and I generally like to add fuel to the fire, damn me".
The negative superstitious potential of such a phrase, recorded on paper, could in some way “program” its further actions, determined by this striking feature of its character.
Confirmation of the inflated state of the psyche of Ludmila we find in her notes in her personal diary the day after her ordeals as an attendant in the "so-called hotel" in village of Vizahy:
"January 26...
Mood is bad and probably will be for two more days.
Evil as hell".
I.e. even the next day, Lyudmila felt a sense of anger, the degree of which she so uncompromisingly marked: "as hell".
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Her expectations of improving her mood in two days obviously did not happen, but despite this, she nevertheless continued to keep her personal diary for two days.
Judging by the fact that from January 28, Lyudmila ceased to keep a personal diary at all, having previously recorded in her impressions of the hike, her mood two days after being in Vizhay not only did not improve, but was also aggravated by some kind of depression, fading interest in everyday trivialities of hiking life, which earlier made up the majority of her personal diary entries.
After visiting the village of Vizhay Lyudmila's psychological state deteriorated quite sharply, aggravating day by day, which is confirmed by the peculiarities of her behavior from January 26 to January 30, which are known to us from her personal diary and Zina Kolmogorova's notes in her diary.
In Ludmila’s personal diary, even on January 27, the first sign of some unconscious doom, expressed by the negative potential of the phrase, is encountered: "the last time", referring to the whole group:
"January 27...
Now most of the guys sit here and sing songs to the guitar, on the occasion that they do not work today.
It seems this is the last time we heard so many good new songs.
But we hope that Rustik will live up to the challenge."
"This is the last time we heard..." And how can you not become superstitious, listening to popular wisdom not to use this phrase, so as not to incur the misfortune.
It should be noted that on January 27th Lyudmila uses the word "it seems" before the key phrase: "this is the last time we heard", i.e. although she was under the impression of her forebodings, they still didn’t have that fatal doom which followed the next day, January 28, when Lyudmila completely stopped writing her impressions of the everyday life in her diary.
Only the presentiment of something fatal could have suppressed the long-term habit of an experienced hikers to keep his personal diary during a hike.
The possibility of perceiving other people's thoughts or feelings directed at the subject of perception has long been a subject of study - telepathy, finding confirmation from persons endowed with such an ability that it is not uncommon.
Therefore, at the heart of Ludmila Dubinina’s foreboding of her fatal doom, her ability to perceive her feelings of revenge related to her personally, rather than feelings of hatred, filled with negative emotions, fueled by the willingness to materialize them with a picture of the upcoming murder.
Considering that on January 28th Lyudmila completely stopped recording in her personal diary, it can be assumed that on this day the person who ordered the murder made the final decision to deal with the hikers, using associates from his inner circle, staging the killing of group members as an accident caused by the "overwhelming force" on Ural mountain ridge, with reference to the words of forester Rempel I. D. about the potential dangers lurking there for hikers.
It was on that day that Lyudmila Dubinina, previously so verbose in the records of her personal diary, completely stopped writing in it, apparently vaguely anticipating all the fatalism of the deadly threat hanging over her.
It is not excluded that Lyudmila Dubinina’s short but brief conflict with someone from the staff of the colony settlement of Vizhay over raw wood for the stove had its continuation already at the telepathic level of communication between the parties to the conflict, as is almost the case in life when the parties of an emotional conflict continue to mentally express to the offender everything that has boiled over.
I think anyone can remember from their own experience an episode of their emotional involvement in an imaginary continuation of a conflict situation after the abuser has long disappeared from sight.
As a rule, the conflict situation continues at the telepathic level of communication until it energetically disrupts itself in one way or another.
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As we can see, even the next day, Lyudmila experienced a feeling of anger - "evil as hell", and this emotional negative could feed the energetics of her telepathic communication with those whom she clearly said too much (cut out her tongue) under the influence of her complex emotional state, known to us from her diary.
She was clearly unlucky because she dealt with a professional killer who had served for many years in the NKVD (People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs).
With each day, Lyudmila Dubinina increasingly "went into herself", plunging into the foreboding of something fatal, apparently already fearful from the thought of presenting her fears in her personal diary, much less sharing them with her friends.
A possible culmination of this depressed state was a sharp, outwardly unreasonable, change in her behavior on the evening of January 30, which outraged the whole group.
As follows from Zina Kolmogorova’s diary entries, it was in the evening of January 30th that Lyudmila Dubinina lost interest in working together on patching up the holes of a dilapidated tent, apparently, already immersed in a stupor from the suddenly increased premonition of her fatal doom:
"January 30...
Lyuda 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 Kolevatov*.
Congratulations.
We give him a tangerine, which he immediately divided into 8 pieces (Lyuda went into the tent and did not come out until the end of the dinner).
A possible reason for such a sudden change in the behavior of Lyudmila on the evening of January 30 is the described in the investigation section of the Killers' Ski Route to the upper sources of Auspiya.
It is possible that the three murderers, having gone early in the morning of January 29 from 2nd Northern to the upper sources of Auspiya "took a shortcut on one of our forest paths" (words of forester I. D. Rempel), by the evening of January 30, they could have already achieved their intended destination, settling for the night in the headwaters of Auspiya.
For this reason, on the evening of January 30, they could mentally withdraw from the two previous days of a ski trip to the upper sources of Auspiya, focusing their attention on waiting for the hikers to arrive and discussing the details of their plan.
This may well explain such a dramatic change in the behavior of Lyudmila in the evening of January 30, because she was the main object of revenge, which riveted the thoughts of the murderers to her more than her comrades, judging by the severity of injuries inflicted on her later.
Mention Lyudmila in his personal diary "evil spirits" - "evil as hell", and to some extent "calling out" to her - "damn me", give the tragic death of Dyatlov's group some kind of ominous mystical connotation that actualizes the significance of domestic superstition:
January 24... Yes, and I generally like to add fuel to the fire, damn me to hell.
January 25... The mood sank. In general, I am very, very sad.
January 26... Mood is bad and probably will be for two more days. Evil as hell.
What can cause such changes in Lyudmila's behavior from January 26 to 30, which later became the victim of revenge in Dyatlov group murders (..., cut the tongue)?
The only plausible explanation for such dramatic changes in Lyudmila’s behavior can only be her premonition of an impending mortal threat, due to her ability at the telepathic level, to vaguely perceive the terrible picture of her plans being visualized by the murderers, which she simply could not want to believe, but the oppressive negative of this premonition had its influence on her thoughts and actions.
In any case, the diary notes of Lyudmila Dubinina and the peculiarities of her behavior shortly before and after the visit of Dyatlov group to the village of Vizhay can hardly be explained only rationally, consistent with the beginnings of common sense, without attracting the irrational component of human existence, bringing something ominously mystical to the tragic death of the Dyatlov group.
End of article
I have solicited an opinion from Sabine Lechtenfeld, forensic psychologist from Hannover, Germany on the subject.
What was tormenting Lyuda's mind in the days before the tragedy, was she feeling the impending doom or was she just a troubled soul?
Here is her opinion.
I thought long and hard about what kind of assessment of Lyuda's behavior prior to her death I could put together.
I decided that there is just not enough reliable material for a proper scientific expertise.
I don't want to go down the path of many others and pull an imaginary rabbit out of my hat, although it's very tempting.
However I will give you an assortment of my subjective impressions and tentative conclusions.
Let me start with the idea that some of Lyuda's behavior and her last diary entries may have been out-of-character and hint at the possibility that she had a premonition of the tragedy, or - as the article you sent me seems to suggest - may even have been in telepathic contact with her future killer.
If we are looking at a suspicious death, it's standard procedure to scrutinize the behavior of the victims shortly before their death and look for changes and unusual behavior.
But you have to adopt a pre-mortem perspective in order to avoid the fallacies of confirmation bias.
This is the key question: could we say that Lyuda's behavior and her diary entries are strange and different from her usual behavior - even if we don't know the fate of the group?
Unfortunately there's not a lot of material available for answering that question accurately.
Let's first look at the fact that she stopped to write her diary and that she decided not to help with some daily chores like mending the tent and that she isolated herself from the other members shortly before they all perished.
From the little we do know from her curriculum vitae and the various diary entries, I conclude that she was an intelligent and well- educated girl who was introverted and did not socialize easily.
She seems to have been well organized and honest to a fault.
Since she was the treasurer of the expedition this would've served her well.
And according to her own assessment she could not hold her tongue and didn't hesitate to speak her mind, which she regretted sometimes.
She also scolded herself for being socially awkward.
I looked at all available pictures of Lyuda and concluded that she was a serious and rather introverted person and did not smile easily.
I saw her most engaging and beautiful smile when she looked at her little brother.
I sense a bit of reservation in the pictures where she has physical contact - like a hug - with other expedition members.
Compared to the other members of the group her body language comes across as a bit reserved - although I have to attach the important caveat that she may simply not have been totally relaxed and comfortable in front of a camera.
That she stopped to update her expedition diary is indeed concerning, since keeping a personal diary on a daily basis was considered to be one of the essential duties during these expeditions.
But in order to assess if her neglect was totally out-of-character, we would need to know if she has ever failed to update her diary on a daily basis on previous expeditions.
That she failed to assist in some daily chores like mending the tent, also seems to be not compatible with what we know about her, and her attitude is duly noted by the other members in their diary entries.
But it's only a short notice and no one seems to have made a huge song and dance about it or kicked up a fuss because of her apparent moodiness.
Therefore it's difficult to say if this was a very unusual behavior for Lyuda, or if those members who knew her better were used to her having certain mood swings now and then.
If it is correct that Lyuda had been prone to mood swings, her behavior during the last days of her life may not have been out-of-character at all.
But the big question remains: what caused her bad mood?
Let's Look at her diary entries which many consider to be a premonition of the tragedy.
She wrote:
"Everybody felt really tired after the movie and wanted to sleep.
Zina and I lay on a mesh-work bed. It's a dream.
The lads rested right on the floor.
The mood is evil (horrible).
Seems it's going to be evil (horrible) for about two more days.
I'm mad as hell (as a devil)".
I included alternative translation possibilities in brackets ,since there are different possibilities to translate the origial Russian text.
The English word "evil" which seems to stick out here, has a different and more emotionally loaded connotation than the word "horrible".
What's really odd about these few sentences is, that Lyuda doesn't seem to give us the slightest hint, why her mood is so bad.
And this self-assessment of her mood seems to come totally out of the blue.
Before she wrote this down she told in a spirited and positive way about what the group has been up to during the day, and she and the others seemed to have enjoyed themselves.
Even the sleeping arrangements (she and Zina are sharing the only available bed) seemed to have agreed with her - if we interpret the sentence "it's a dream" in a positive way.
So, everything seems to be fine - and then she writes without any explanation whatsoever that her mood is horrible/evil and that she is mad!
Even without the benefit of hindsight this is somewhat odd.
But then she writes that her mood will be horrible/evil for about two more days.
This is very interesting insofar as she seems to know quite well what's the cause of her bad mood and when it will end, although she doesn't spell it out explicitly.
It has been suggested that she may have had her period or that she was in her pre-menstrual phase.
This is a very plausible idea since it would explain why she seems to know quite well, when her bad mood will end, and it would be such a private but banal and recurrent event that she doesn't bother to explain it.
Another possibility is that she is very discontent/annoyed with the current situation before the group starts to embark on their ski-hiking trip, and that she expects that her mood will improve once they start skiing and leave behind their current location and their people.
The following sentence "I'm mad as hell/as the devil" is also hard to assess, since she doesn't bother to explain.
Does she feel always mad/angry in connection with her period or other inconvenient situations, or is there something else which goes through her head while she's lying on her bed which angers or upsets her greatly?
Frankly, this sentence doesn't seem to be a vague premonition of doom, which she cannot figure out.
To me it seems that she knows quite well what exactly is upsetting her.
Unfortunately we will never know what it was.
Therefore my next thoughts are purely speculative:
Is it possible that she spotted something in her current location and situation which struck her in a very negative way?
Did she notice something which struck her as being bad and not ok, but she hesitates to put it down in writing?
If this continued to bother her while she mulled it over, it could explain why she was so occupied with these thoughts that she didn't even continue to use her diary.
She may literally have stopped speaking her mind.
Since she anticipates that her mood will be better within two days I conclude that her bad mood had probably nothing to do with the upcoming ski-hiking expedition and/or any specific members of her group.
But could Lyuda have noticed something which may have had a connection or even led to the terrible fate of the expedition?
She strikes me as a perceptive and honest person.
If she noticed something going on which wasn't right in her opinion she certainly might get mad and be in and "evil" or "horrible" mood.
But do we even have the slightest factual hint in that direction?
This depends largely on the correct assessment of the autopsy protocols.
Lyuda's pre- and postmortem injuries were more horrific than the injuries of all the other group members.
She didn't only suffer the most, but her eyes were mutilated and her tongue was missing.
If the missing facial organs have any significance for the case depends largely on this: were natural decay and small animals responsible - or was Lyuda deliberately mutilated?
Since the original investigation concluded (or was forced to conclude) that the Dyatlov Pass deaths were not the result of a crime, they officially concluded that the facial injuries were the result of natural decay and /or scavenging animals .
Some experts came later to a different conclusion.
But most experts seem to agree on one point: these facial injuries happened after Lyuda's death.
If this was deliberate but postmortem, then these mutilations were not the result of torture while she was still alive.
Since I'm not a pathologist I cannot decide which conclusion is correct.
But let's assume for a moment that the mutilations happened deliberately after Lyuda had perished.
What exactly would that tell us?
We could for starters conclude that the assailants stuck around until she died.
This is a very important conclusion because it would exclude all scenarios where after an initial wave of attacks all injured victims were left alone and then died without their attackers being around.
If Lyuda was mutilated after her death at least some killers stuck around and made sure that Lyuda (and probably the other students, too) would be dead or die shortly.
In a scenario of deliberate postmortem mutilations we further have to ask why this was done.
It has been suggested that Lyuda may have been the primary victim.
Personally I have big problems with the idea that all killings have been committed because someone was targeting Lyuda specifically in a personal vendetta, and that the other group members were just collateral victims.
Nothing we know about Lyuda's short life hints into such a direction, and to me it seems to be totally over-the-top and excessive that a personal enemy would take on such a great risk and kill all those other people just in order to get back at Lyuda.
It's also highly unlikely that the killings were the work of only one assailant.
But is it really plausible to assume that a personal enemy of Lyuda deliberately would recruit helpers in order to wipe out the whole group?
I don't think that this is a very likely scenario.
The reason that her injuries were more horrific than the injuries of the others could simply be due to the fact that she may have been more resilient, and therefore she enraged the killers.
Therefore she may have been savagely attacked in a final attempt to finish her off without using a weapon.
Also, the nature of Lyuda's postmortem facial mutilations are not typical tell-tale signs for someone having a personal grudge.
A totally smashed face and the mutilations of breasts and the sexual organs are far more typical mutilations if someone acted out because of a personal grievance.
However, the deliberate removal of tongue and eyes are a very typical icon since ancient times that the mutilated victim may have seen too much and was suspected to have talked about it.
It also could be a symbol that the mutilated victim will never again be able to talk.
Very recently the famous mobster Whitey Bulger has been killed by his prison inmates, and his tongue and eyes have been mutilated after he died, most likely because he had a long history as a police informer.
I don't want to imply at all that Lyuda was a snitch.
She strikes me as a person of great integrity who always tried to do the right thing.
But if her facial mutilations were not the result of natural decay and small animals, but the deliberate postmortem work of the killers, then we should contemplate if this is a tell-tale sign that she had seen something which she shouldn't have seen and which she and the rest of the students shouldn't talk about.
I don't reject the possibility completely that Lyuda had a premonition of impending doom, but we don't have any proof whatsoever that she was indeed psychic.
And since she seemed to think that her bad mood would become better in a matter of two days, I personally would exclude the idea that Lyuda had a true premonition.
I prefer a more rational explanation and think it's at least possible that Lyuda consciously noticed something going on in her immediate surroundings before the skiing stated, which bothered her greatly and caused her to be in a "horrible" or "evil" mood.
If she continued to mull it over, it could've continued to occupy her mind after they had started their ski-hiking trip, and she may have become edgy and withdrawn to the point where she didn't even bother to keep up with her expedition diary.
If she noticed something which greatly upset her, she and her fellow members may have been perceived as a potential danger for someone or a group of people.
In this case they may have been followed by their eventual killers.
If the ski-hikers noticed something, this may well have sparked their jests about the existence of yetis.
The last paragraph may seem to pull an imaginary rabbit out of my hat - or rather my brain - after all.
But it is a chain of arguments which is based on the assumption that Lyuda's facial disfiguration were the work of perpetrators who mutilated her face deliberately after she died.
If this assumption is correct it has great implications for the case.
However, if Lyuda's facial disfiguration were the result of natural decay and/or scavenging animals, the whole chain of argumentation is mute.
Personally I don't readily believe in telepathy without additional proof (although I don't completely exclude it from my world views) and it's not my first choice for explaining Lyuda's diary entries.
I believe in premonitions only insofar as they may be the result of subtle or less subtle hints which our brain has picked up and then subconsciously processed.
Our brain continues to work even when we are not aware of it - even when we sleep.
Great scientists often experienced solutions for their theories in their dreams, and the results of these subconscious processes can be very valuable.
But it was only possible because all necessary knowledge and information were already there.
Many gifted seers and clairvoyants work by picking up subtle clues.
But that's not what I would call a true premonition.
A true premonition would be if there were no informations and no hints at all available, but a person would have an awareness of things to come nevertheless.
While I don't completely reject the idea that telepatic communication and true premonitions are possible, I prefer to assume that Lyuda's bad mood had either nothing to do with the subsequent tragedy, or that she consciously or subconscioulsy processed hints and observed facts.
That may have led to Lyuda's so-called demons.
And I believe that her facial mutilations may be a hint into that direction - if they were indeed the deliberate work of the killers.
Unfortunately we probably will never know that for sure...
Ed. note: On Jan 27, 1959 while at the 41st logging site Dyatlov group learn some Mansi words.
Zina, Lyuda and Rustem make similar notes in their diaries.
The first word they write is "Я - ручей" which in Russian sounds like "I am a river" or with the dash "I am in the river".
Something that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up when you think where was Lyuda found.
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January 26, 1959
On January 26 1959 Dyatlov group travels in the back of the truck in poor condition from Vizhay (13:10) to 41st logging site (16:30).
This is possibly the ride that makes Yudin sick.
Vizhay, wake up 9:00, the dining room, Zina Kolmogorova sends the letter home, Igor Dyatlov sends home a postcard.
At 13:10 the group leaves Vizhay in truck Gaz-63 with no brakes and shock absorbers.
They ride in the open back of the truck, covered by a tent.
The hikers were exposed on this trip and Yudin fell ill.
At 16:30 they arrive in the village 41st forest area.
In the evening they see movies "On his own", "Est takoy paren" and "Symphonie in Gold" (again).
 

Dyatlov Group diary

 

January 26
We slept in so-called hotel.
Two people per bed. Sasha K. (Alexander Kolevatov) and Krivo (Yuri Krivonischenko) slept on the floor between beds.
Woke up at 9 am. Everyone sleep well despite the fact we did not completely close the small window and room got a bit cold.
Outside temperature is -17 C.
We did not boil water in the morning, wood was damp.
In the evening it took us 6 hours to boil the water.
Had breakfast in the dining room, goulash and tea.
When they handed us the lukewarm tea, Gosya (Igor) Dyatlov said with a smile: "If the tea is cold, then go out and drink it on the street, it will be hot."
Original thought.
We negotiated to go to Settlement 41 by a truck.
We started at 13.10, and arrived at 16.30.
We froze pretty good at the back of GAZ-63.
While traveling we sang songs, discussed various topics like love, friendship, cancer illness and cures.
In Settlement 41 we were greeted warmly, they gave us a separate room in the hostel.
We talked a lot with the local workers.
I remembered particularly the red- bearded man.
The Beard, that's what his friends call him.
Ognev is an old friend, he is described in Lyuda Dubinina's private diary.
Lunch was served, we ate and now we are resting.
Some of the group is watching a movie in the adjacent room.
The rest of the group is rummaging through their backpacks.
Rustik (Rustem Slobodin) is playing his mandolin, while talking with Kolya (Nick Thibault).
I am going to do some adjustment to the equipment.
Krivonischenko
 
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I can't, although I tried.
Nick Thibeaux
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They were handed lukewarm tea, and after somebody complained Igor Dyatlov said with a smile: "If the tea is cold, then go out and drink it on the street, it will be hot."
 
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Where: Sverdlovsk Region
city of Pervouralsk, Sotsgorod
Sadovaya, 13.
To: A. A. Dyatlov
Sender's address: Vizhay
Dyatlov
 
 
 
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Hello everyone.
Today, 26, we leave on the route, we arrived well.
On February 12-15 I will visit Sverdlovsk.
I probably will not go home, so let Rufa bring linen to our room for a trip to Penza.
From there I will return on March 5-7.
Greetings
Igor
 

Zina Kolmogorova diary

 

26.1.59
We slept in beds.
We got up late, very late.
Rustik and I are on duty.
We went into the dining room.
And then we waited for the car and drove off.
Today the road is not so beautiful, there is less snow.
We are driving off road now.
Drove for a long time.
I, as always, was approached by some countryman.
We arrived at the 41st settlement.
Workers are simply working here, not prisoners, but recruits.
There are many smart ones.
We were accomodated in the small room of the driver.
Today is the last day of civilization.
Rustic plays the mandolin very well, I really enjoy listening to him.
Today I wore Yuri's mittens, but how I did not want to!
I was told that is not good not to accept them, so I took them.
We talk.
Not much.
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Aleksander Kolevatov, photo must be taken around 12-13:00 before Dyatlov group climbed on the back of the Gaz-63

Luydmila Dubinina diary

 

26 january In the morning Sashka jumped up from the cold and said that he had a cold night.
Zina and I slept perfectly.
Went to the dining room then began to gather.
We go by car.
Tried to sing, talked about abstract topics and in general nobody was warm.
The surroundings were uninteresting at the beginning, a scorched forest.
In general, we had to go to 2nd North, but it was getting dark and we decided to stop at the 41st.
At 4.30 we were met very hospitably.
They stayed in the barrack, where the guys live.
In general, here are all civilians, there are no women at all, except two.
The guys are all young, as Igor noticed, there are even cute and generally interesting.
Especially memorable among all is Ognev with a red beard and the nickname of his "Beard".
In general, very rarely there are such people in such a hole.
A true romantic, a geologist and generally developed.
Many of the guys play the guitar.
We watched three movies right away: "On his own", "Est takoy paren" and "Sympnonie in gold" again.
And again this music Co First in (illegible word) were divided into two groups one watched the movies, the other wrote diaries, and Rustik and Kolya reasoned a little about everything, about work, etc. I like these guys.
A big difference between them, graduated from the institute Rustik, Ko, Yura and us.
All the same, their judgments are more mature and smarter than ours.
My God, I do not even talk about mine.
After the cinema, everyone was very tired and wanted to sleep.
We lay down with Zina on a spring bed.
It's a dream come true.
And the guys are all on the floor.
Mood is bad and probably will be for two more days.
Evil as hell.
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Dyatlov group is in the back of of Gaz-63. Weather is cold and windy. They will try to protect themselves with a tent, but Yudin will still get sick.
Krivonishenko told the guys that he is about to make the last photo before he climbs into the truck so each of the guys reacted their own way.
Dyatlov and Thibeaux-Brignolles leaned forward and and showed Yuri the fig sign.
Apparently Zina Kolmogorova moved off the backpack on which she sat, her location was significantly lower than the previous shot.
Yuri Yudin painted a grimace on his face and looks at Zina Kolmogorov.
It may seem that he is making a grimace to Zina intending to scare her, but in fact, with his left hand he grabbed Zina Kolmogorova's back and tries to keep her from falling on her back.
Igor, Nikolai, Zina and Lyuda are looking at Yuri, Zolotaryov waves his right hand, Alexander is not visible behind Zolotaryov's back.
Doroshenko and Slobodin, without reacting to Yuri's signal, remained in their seats without visible reaction.
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Yuri Yudin diary

 

26.1.59
We arrived by truck with no brakes, broken shock absorbers , etc., (only in the taiga you can ride on any car.) in the village 41 quarter.
Ognev, Nick? since 1931.
- long beard.
He knows the whole of the Northern Urals.
I was a participant of many geological expeditions.
Quite knowledgeable on many issues.
He graduated from the Ufimskiy Technical College.
In the truck (that) city we came, we brought 3 movies: "On his own" by Gorki, "Est takoy paren" and "Sympnonie in gold".
"In people" - under the usual circumstances, in the city, I would have never gone to see this movie.
It seems nothing of interest in it for me, waste of time.
Here - you start watching ... and from the very first frames you feel that the movie is new for you, you see it with different eyes than before and many new thoughts are rushing one after another under the impression of what's on the screen.
Grandma plays excellently.
Above all, full penetration into the role.
Wealth, depth, importance of thoughts, content, and all this follows by itself, without any imposition ... himself as in a life without words and simple ??? a person and there is another recently released picture.
Paren (est takoy paren - there is such a guy) - the characters here, the artists portraying, are represented only by what they say at the moment and is not clear where and how did they originated, what they say and what they do.
It seems like they (the characters) are created to say only these particular words, and there is nothing else for them to say, and to do.
Roles like that are not clear, maybe I find the screenplay weak and superficial, bad stage director, bad artists and in short - it seems there are not living people on the screen full of thoughts, capable of creating stories themselves, but some automatic machines tuned to a spec. program, and that's why there is no performance in the whole movie.
They could have said in advance what the movie is about, and how will it end.
The whole movie in 5 mins. "Symphonie in gold" - austr.
About ballet on ice.
The ballet itself is a good show.
Good skating rinks, skill, technical performance, but feelings, thoughts in dances - none.
Maybe since music to me is only an income.
It seems to me that way?
The light music in places is excellent, it can't be better, but in general I couldn't feel the Person, his soul.
Maybe that's why everybody that saw the movie was saying: "It feels so good, nothing is missing, they say "like life itself"
We are warmly welcomed here. they ride all kind of They gave us the only horse available here to take our backpacks tomorrow to 2nd Northern for free wood site about 200 150 km? from such a northern town as Ivdel.
There is no radio, no newspapers.
(They still can't check the lottery and I promised to send back the newspaper immediately from Sverdlovsk).
They live in a dormitory.
No order whatsoever, but people are everywhere.
Read everything that they can get their hands on and do they sing ...
Quietly, from the heart.
The songs are old, long forgotten or never heard.
Here they are ...
It's so good!
Why don't we sing such good, already forgotten songs.
And in general, we don't sing about the soul in places where there are some outsiders, it's not singing, not soulful, loud.
We must fight for the culture of choral singing.
Voices and change the repertoire.
So that there were no empty screaming song-trinkets.
Loggers are working poorly, work and life conditions are bad.
Are they paying poorly?
Strike.
Everything is possible, but there is no good intelligent leadership.
Master - once he studied and did not finish the Moscow Forestry Institute.
The workers are very different.
Recruits after the army, after serving time (to earn some money and stayed, or for free).
Many don't last, - they quit They work The majority has primary school or no education at all.
But there are widely erudite and even If you meet them in the city, you would never have thought that this person all his time in the taiga.
Uncle Slava.
Funny, somehow people do not think how this or that name will sound after uncle or grandpa *...
What a funny grandpa!
Until 1953, they threw in jail everybody that they could catch, innocent, then they figured it out and cleaned up, everybody was given rushed amnesty
*I think Yudin is referring to the fact Slava in Russian means Glory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January 27, 1959
The river Lozva, the weather is gloomy, but there is no snow and no wind.
The group still consists of 10 tourist. Almost everybody is in the photo, but Kolevatov who we can see in the previous photo is to the left of the frame, and the photographer Semyon Zolotaryov.
From the left is Doroshenko, Zina and Lyuda, in the center is the horse with pulling the sleigh topped with backpacks.
The horse is led by uncle Slava, he stands and looks at someone behind the sleigh.
Behind the sleigh follow Yura Yudin, Igor Dyatlov, Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles and Rustem Slobodin.
In the distance behind is Krivonischenko, who is making sketches.
On January 27 1959 Dyatlov group was leaving 41st district and Ognev "The Beard", the hospitality, the warm bread, wrote Mansi words in their notebooks, and at 4 pm uncle Slava and his horse sled took the backpacks while the hikers were following on skis along Lozva river, pass Ushma river and to the 2nd Northern.
The head of the site Ryazhnev promised to help the tourists to reach the abandoned geological site 2nd Northern by finding means of transportation.
Hikers mounted backpacks on the sled with a horse, got on skis and reached 2nd Northern which consisted from 24 houses only one of which was suitable to spend the night.
The sled belonged to uncle Slava, convicted in Lithuania in 1949 for 10 years and released to the settlement in 1956.
In 41st district Yudin's condition worsened.
He had inflamed back nerve, sciatica.
To continue an expedition from third category of complexity was impossible without becaming a burden, so Yudin decided to return.
They discussed the matter and decided that Yudin will go to 2nd Northern and there will make the final decision.
If his pain subsides, he can continue with the group, if his condition worsens, he will take the drilling samples from 2nd Northern and return to Sverdlovsk.
 

Zina Kolmogorova diary

 

27. Today is the first day of our journey.
The backpack is not much but somewhat heavy.
Yes, Yura Yudin is leaving us today.
His sciatic nerves inflamed again and he is leaving.
Such a pity.
We distributed his load in our backpacks.
It turns out that on the last day we see some kind of civilization,stove, people, etc.
Today we arranged out backpacks to go on horseback and we are waiting them to be ready, and we will go skiing.
Everyone is singing, the workers living in barracks, did not go to work, they sing.
We sit and write songs.
Many workers are very talented, intelligent people.
Especially "the beard", his beard is ginger, ginger, and his eyes are also ginger, and brown.
The guys sing well.
And Rustic plays the mandolin very well.
Today was the last day me and Lyuda slept in beds.
Tonight we are going to be in a tent, apparently.
Now we are in the 41st quarter, today our goal is to reach the 2nd Nortern.
They say, there is a hut there, but no one lives in it. Hurry to the road, to the skis ...
How about we go?
I'm lately somehow very deeply affected by music, guitar, mandolin and other.
Yesterday saw 3 movies here "On his own", "Est takoy paren" and "Sympnonie in gold" again.
I want to see "Symphonie in Gold" even more times.
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District 41, photo is taken near the logging workers dormitory.
tolya
Talaya, a river, many huts
ya - river
sos - brook, together
paste/pache-rum - hello friend
nyor - stone, if there nyor is added to the peak - the peak is bare
oyka - man
yani hum - man big
mais - small
ekva - female
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Hikers are taking out their equipment from the dormitory. Zina Kolmogorova and Yuri Yudin are at teh doorway. Zina is in a good mood, she holds Yura by his left hand, looks at him and smiles. Next to them are two backpacks. On the right, next to the porch near the three pairs of skis is Rustem Slobodin, checking the gear.
ekvat - alone
ayrish - a girl
From Burmantovo to Volen paul airplane
nyan - bread
emos -good
mol - bad
saka - good
(at)Sol - (not)truth
Solval - salt
Pud - pot
Vat - water
Vit - wind
Hul - fish
Neul - meat
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sali - deer
Vazhenka - female
sohta - alpha male
sun - sled
sushep - look
yun - house
pyrya - scram (to the dog)
col - city
pisal - gun
topor - truck
kasay - knife
seranki mayen - give me the
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Red-bearded man called Ognev. His nickname is 'The Beard’. He is holding something in his right hand, perhaps a smoking pipe, holding his left hand busily in his thigh. Ognev is clearly posing for the photographer.
matches
atim - don't have
oli - have
Teynkvem - eat
ail - drink
eri - must
ergan - sing
Olna - money
tselkoviy - ruble
akvat - 1
kita - 2
hurum - 3
nila - 4
at - 5
hot - 6
sat - 7
vovel - 8
nevel - 9
pul - 10
tinalil - eat
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Loggers come out to see off the Dyatlov group. From the left on the porch, raising his right hand to the top and squeezing it into a fist is Ognev, apparently speaking some kind of admonishing speech or a slogan. Next to him are three workers, one of the workers holds a book or notebook in his hand and looks at Ognev. Bottom of the right, next to the porch, near the window is Igor Dyatlov, he looks at Ognev and listens to his speech.
yuvtilum - sell
sup - pants m
gacha - f
sapaki - slippers
yelsup - dress
neks - sable
kutya - dog
pis-pis - mouse
suy - pine
paul - village
vor - forest
vorhum - bear forest man
vas - duck.
kat - hands.
layal - legs.
pum - head.
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punki - teeth.
palin - ears of
ayemun - large
saam - eyes
nyel - nose.
ayserm - cold
polem - freezing
kur - stove
paltin - heat
chuval - stove
osemsau - good bye
ruma
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District 41, Zina Kolmogorova with Rustem Slobodin's camera. It's not cold outside, so Zina is dressed lightly.
nan - you, tav - he
am - I
nanki - you
amki - me

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Tyumen region
Berezovsky district
village Nyaksimvol
(sable slope)
Ognev Nikolay Grig.
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Rudik Ivan Ivanovich
 
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Igor Dyatlov stands with his back to the photographer near the porch. In the center of the photo Rustem Slobodin is bend over fastening his skis. Yudin is right next to him.
The whole day went, in front of the horse, behind the horse on the river Lozva.
They often flew to ice, cleaned skis.
They came already in the dark for a long time looking for a hut with windows and doors. 2nd North is an abandoned village, nobody lives here at all, and what beautiful places!
It's just Chusovaya.
The stones on the banks are some cliffs, limestone, white.
Today we go a few km along the Lozva River, and then
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Photo by Zina Kolmogorova
we pass to the Auspiya river.
> (note: the arrow from "Today" is drawn down to "Auspiya River" and to the following date "28.2.58")
 

Lyuda Dubinina diary

 

27 january Temperature is 5°.
Warm, skis are useless.
We are getting ready since the morning.
Today is the first day of the route.
Now we sit and wait for the horse to carry the backpacks, and we go on skis.
Fortune smiles at us.
Yuri Yudin got sick, something with a nerve of his leg, in general he radiculitis and he is going home.
So, there are nine of us in the future.
At the moment we are sitting and singing songs.
Guys play the guitar, Rustic plays along with the mandolin.
Catches your heart.
This is the last place of civilization, and it is rare that we met people like that.
Overall I love the guitar and I adore all musical people.
And the guys in general are all good, they dance, they are musical.
We talked with Ognev.
He knows a lot and is interesting with him, now he talks about where we are going and more like this.
This, in my opinion, is the most interesting object here on the site.
He has such a long red beard, although he is only 27 years, he looks older.
And then there is Valya, who plays the guitar well (many play) and about whom I jokingly said that I like him.
Now most of the guys sit here and sing songs to the guitar, on the occasion that they do not work today.
It seems this is the last time we heard so many good new songs.
But we hope that Rustik will live up to the challenge.
We learn some Mansi words from the guys.
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Workers smile at Zina. From the left of the porch there is a window, one of the workers looks out the window, watching what is happening on the street.
ya - river
neul - meat
sali - (illegible)
vazhenka - female deer
sohta - male
sun - sled
sushep - look
nyan - bread
yun - house
col - city
pyrya - scram (to the dog)
pisal - gun
sairep - axe
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Photo by Rustem Slobodin. 41st district, hostel, hired labor loggers and tourists from the Dyatlov group. Collective photo for memento. Many of the hikers were with their skis on. The backpacks were loaded onto the sleigh. Working loggers came out to see off the Dyatlov group. Next to Lyuda is a young guy in a fur hat, he obviously wanted to take a picture with Lyuda. This must be Valya Lyuda wrote about in her diary. "And then there is Valya, who plays the guitar well (many play) and about whom I jokingly said that I like him."
kasay - knife
matches - seranki
atim - don't have
oli - have
son - truth
tenkvem - eat
olna - money
ail - drink
at eri - have to (don't)
ergen - sing
tselkoviy - ruble
akva - one
(a turn seems missing? - note.)
 

Rustem Slobodin diary

 

To the restless mechanical Rustik
for his diary

Northern Ural
1959
Sverdlovsk – Vizhay –

Airplane ticket
Ivdel - Saranpaul 250 rubli
(cargo free)
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Mansi words
Oyk If in the name of the mountain there is nyer - means the top (stone) is bare
oyka - muzhik, man, husband
ushnik - Mansi hunting house for warming
Tol - ya - talaya creek
sos - stream, together
ruma - friend
nache (nashte) - hello
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hum - muzhik
yani - big
mais - small
ekva - woman
ekvat - alone
ayrish - girl
nyan - bread
emas - good
saka emas - very good
mol - bad
sol - true
solval - salt
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A photo of poor quality. The group, having loaded backpacks on sleigh is headed to 2nd Northern along Lozva river. From left Kolevatov, Doroshenko, Zina Kolmogorova, Lyuda Dubinina. In the distance, behind the horse is Krivonischenko - the last in the group. The guys often have to stop and wait for the horse.
at - negation
at-sol - not true
pud - pot
vat - water
vit - wind
hul - fish
neul - meat
sali - deer
vazhenka - deer doe
sohta - alpha male
sun - sled
sushep - look
pyrya - scram (to the dog)
pisal - gun
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Photo by Semyon Zolotaryov. Lozva river, steep stony banks. The group stopped to clean the skis. From the left Kolevatov with no hat, Doroshenko wearing a hat with ear-flaps, Zina Kolmogorova, Lyuda Dubinina. To the right of the photo you can see the head of a horse. Alexander, Yura and Luda are looking at the photographer. Zina holds a piece of paper or a notebook in her left hand and reads something in it.
sayrep - axe
mayen - give me
atim - don't have
oli - have
teynkvem - eat
aim- drink
huem - sleep
eri - must
ergen - sing
alna - money
selkoviy - ruble
akvat - 1
kita - 2
hurum - 3
nila - 4
at - 5
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The river Lozva, the weather is gloomy, but there is no snow and no wind. The group still consists of 10 tourist. Almost everybody is in the photo, but Kolevatov who we can see in the previous photo is to the left of the frame, and the photographer Semyon Zolotaryov. From the left is Doroshenko, Zina and Lyuda, in the center is the horse with pulling the sleigh topped with backpacks. The horse is led by uncle Slava, he stands and looks at someone behind the sleigh. Behind the sleigh follow Yura Yudin, Igor Dyatlov, Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles and Rustem Slobodin. In the distance behind is Krivonischenko, who is making sketches.
hot - 6
sat - 7
vovel - 8
nevel - 9
pul - 10
tinalil - eat
yuvtilum - sell
sup gacha - pants
yelsup - dress
neks - sable
kutya - dog
suevat - pinery
suy - pine
vor - forest
vorhum - bear forest man
ul - fish
kat - hands
layal - legs
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Photo by Semyon Zolotarev. Dyatlov group along Lozva river on their way to 2nd Northern. Yuri Doroshenko, Zina Kolmogorova bent over, next to her Krivonischenko, Zina is followed by Lyuda Dubinina. In the background, Alexander Kolevatov. The guys stopped to clear the sticky, wet snow from the skis. Doroshenko looks at the photographer and smiles at something. Krivonischenko holds a notebook in his hands and, slightly bending his head to the right, looks at the photographer. Lyuda is holding her skis in her hands and is also looking at the photographer.
pum - head
pumk - teeth
palin - ears
ayemun - disease, large
saam - eyes
nyel - nose
ayserm - cold
polem - freezing
kur - stove
paltem - heat
chuval - open chimney in the corner
 

Dyatlov Group diary

 

1.27.59
The weather’s really good.
The wind is at our backs, and the lads made a deal with the locals for a horse to drive us to Second North settlement.
But it will be about 24 km from the 41st Settlement.
We helped Uncle Slava unload hay from a carriage and waited for the horse (it went to get more hay and wood).
We waited until 4:00 PM.
The boys started copying some songs.
One man sang beautifully.
We heard a number of illegal prison songs (Article 58 counter-revolutionary crimes).
Before that we bought four loaves of bread.
Soft warm bread.
We ate 2 loaves.
Horse is slow.
What a pleasure to go without backpacks.
We covered 8 km in 2 hours. (River Ushma).
It's getting dark.
The horse is causing the delay.
Yuri Yudin is still with us.
He suddenly fell ill and he can't continue with the trek.
He wants to gather few minerals for the University and return.
Second North is an abandoned geological site consisting of 20-25 houses.
Only one is suitable for living.
In complete darkness we found a village and the house.
We started a fire with wood boards.
Smoke came form the stove.
Several people hurt their hands on old nails.
Everything is well.
Then the horse came.
We were talking and joking till 3 in the morning.
Doroshenko
 

Yuri Yudin diary

 

27 We spent the night in the hut of the 2nd Northern settlement.
There so much - many houses, warehouses, premises, forgot old vehicles, machine tools.
Everything was abandoned since 1952.
Here worked geological expedition what they could took out, the rest was exhausted and thrown.
The houses are all destroyed, there is only one with a stove and glass on the windows.
The place is picturesque.
Lozva river is wide.
Lots of lime rocks.
Uncle Slava says that in the summer you can cross the river, many warm, hot springs.
Sagebrush and water is not entirely frozen and there are places under the snow where water is not frozen after which we need to brake the ice from the skis.
Village Vizhay - camp (???) you can buy products.
Apothecary - artist Herzen ?.
German, wife is German.
Idyll in the family.
On the walls, relief paintings with filigree decoration, very masterfully, unusually finely executed.
Thousands of Chests - a view of Lozva in the summer and the same in the winter, more jewelry boxes, paintings - everywhere.
Big ones.
In the pharmacy - wax from red rose, fluorescent compound, Kremlin - from test tubes with fluorine. compositions, glowing. Built in wrist watch "Pobeda".
It works fine.
An unusually polite gentle, kind person.
Wife, German, very affable, hospitable They really care about the medicine.
For children, the best medicines are taken care of.
They beg me to send them penicillin in tablets from Ivdel, he has very little (for children), it is difficult to get good medication.
Boring, all tired of the lecture and something After all, it's so good from time to time to introduce a new thought, a new direction in the conversation ... especial
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Lozva river
 
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This photo was taken at the same place as the previous two frames. Semyen Zolotarev, in the background Zina Kolmogorova stands on skis and blocks the figure of Lyuda Dubinina, between them there is one of the hikers, only skis and ski poles are visible. Simyon Zolotaryov gave his camera to one of the hikers and began to clean the snow from his skis.
 
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Lozva, you can see the skis traks that the group passed through.
 
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Photo by Yuri Krivonischenko. Most likely this photo was taken on the Lozva river near the source of the Ushma river and the village of Ushma. Zina, Semyon and Lyuda clean their skis. Dyatlov group diary: "We covered 8 km in 2 hours (the river Ushma)." Doroshenko

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Napisano 28 styczeń 2020 - 21:18

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January 28, 1959

Dyatlov group diary

 

January 28
We were awaken by the rumbling voices of Yurka Kri and Sasha Kolevatov.
Weather so far is smiling at us.
It's only -8C outside.
After breakfast, some of the guys lead by Yuri Yudin, our well- known geologist, went to look for local minerals.
They didn't find anything except pyrite and quartz veins in the rock.
Took them long time to wax their skis and adjust the mounting.
Yuri Yudin goes back home today.
It is a pity, of course, that he leaves us.
Especially for me and Zina, but nothing can be done about it.
Started at 11.45.
We go up the river Lozva.
We take turns to head the group for about 10 minutes.
Snow cover is significantly less than last year.
We have to stop and scrape the wet, melting snow from the bottom of the skis.
Yurka Kri is behind and makes sketches of the route.
The bank of the river near Second North (especially the right bank) are limestone cliffs that rise high at places.
Overall the terrain becomes flatter, entirely covered by forest.
We stop to rest at 5:30 pm on river Lozva.
Today we spend our first night in the tent.
The guys are busy with the stove, sewing curtains out of sheets.
With some thing completed and others not, we sit at dinner.
After dinner we sit for long time around the campfire and sing heartfelt songs.
Zina even tries to learn to play mandolin under guidance of our musician Rustik (Rustem Slobodin).
Then we resume our discussions, mostly about love.
Someone comes up with an idea that we need a special notebook for ideas that we might come up with.
Conspiring, we started going into the tent two people at a time.
The suspended stove radiates heat and divides the tent in two sections.
The further section is occupied by me and Zina.
Nobody wants to sleep by the stove.
We agree that Yurka Kri (Krivonischenko) will sleep there.
On the other side sleeps the person on duty (Sasha Kolevatov).
Yurka couldn't stand the heat and after laying down for 1-2 min, he got up and moved to the second section cursing and accusing us of treason.
After that they still argued about something for a long time, but at the end all was quiet.
Lyuda Dubinina - this entry is not signed, but can't be anybody else but Dubinina.
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Frame from the feature film "The Secret of the Mountain of the Dead" 2013
In this very film, Yuri Yudin says:
It was a sad farewell for everyone.
We went there with a porter and when he was already hurrying back.
Come on, come on, faster, so all goodbyes were rushed and sad.
They gave me a mascot, a teddy bear.
I still keep it, this mascot.
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Yudin holding the mascot Lyuda gave him. Today, the teddy bear is kept in the Dyatlov Foundation

Zina Kolmogorova diary

 

28.1.58
Uncle Slava is leaving today on his horse, and Yura Yudin is leaving too.
He took a few samples.
I saw this type for the first after the drilling.
There is a lot of chalcopyrite and pyrite.
Last night the boys made stupid jokes.
In my opinion, if we don't pay attention to them, maybe they will be less rude.
And so far, nothing.
It's time to go out, but they are still digging and digging.
I do not understand what's taking so long.
The first 30 minutes are over.
Of course, the backpack is somewhat heavy.
But it's possible to go.
The first day is always difficult.
left forward
Sasha Kolevatov tested his device and threw it away.
Second halt.
It was much easier to go yesterday without backpacks
snow, snow, snow, snow
on the banks frozen river snow snow
Boundary stone.
Lunch was an hour at 4 pm
After lunch we did just one more hike and stopped to rest.
I mended the tent.
We lay down to sleep.
Igor was rude the whole evening,
I just couldn't recognize him.
I had to sleep on the wood near the stove.
 

Lyudmila Dubinina diary

 

28 january Woke up at 8 o'clock in the morning to someone's talk.
It turns out to be Yuri Krie and Sasha Kolya.
The weather is as warm as yesterday (t ° -8 °) Eat, h
After breakfast, some of the guys Yura Yudin, Kolya and Yura Doroshenko went for the rocks in the core storage, where they decided to collect minerals for the collection.
Nothing but pyrite, and there were no quartz veins in the rock.
Gathered for a long time, prepared rations, greased the skis then
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Morning at the 2nd Northern abandoned geological site.
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There is mine is in the 2nd Northern settlement.
Yuri Yudin holds a sample core in his hands.
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle decided to sit down.
However, the bench was too close to the wall and the backpack on his back pushed against the wall.
As a result, Kolya sat down on the edge of the bench, his skis drove off and he fell to the ground along with the bench.
The fall made everyone laugh, a smile appeared even on his face.
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle lies, smiles and looks at the photographer.
Next to it stands Yudin, in his right hand holds a sample core.
Yuri pulled out a bench from Nicholas and put it back to the wall.
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Parting with Yuri Yudin, they will never see each other again.
Igor Dyatlov on the left.
His backpack looks heavy.
Lyuda Dubinina hugs Yuri Yudin goodbye.
Despite the fact that her backpack is big, it does not seem to be heavy.
Lyuda had a bullet wound to her leg and the guys on the trek apparently tried to lighten her backpack as much as possible.
On the right, Kolya is behind Lyuda, he smiles and looks at Lyuda's farewell scene with Yudin.
 
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Farewell Yura Yudin with Zina Kolmogorova.
Yudin looks at Zina and makes a movement to hug her waist.
Zina, smiling, looks at Yudin and makes a counter motion to hug at his neck.
Zolotaryov is looking at Zina, he is skiing, ski poles are in his hands.
Backpack is on his back, although not visible but the strap is (and an ice ax or a spare ski pole).
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When Zina and Yura huged Zina's heavy backpack pulled her back, the skies went slid forward and Zina lost balance and fell on her back.
Yura Yudin is helping Zina to get back on her feet with her heavy backpack.
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Yuri Yudin stays behind, he is going back to 41st district with uncle Slava and the horse sled.
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Last photo of 2nd Northern.
Dyatlov group will never be seen alive.
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A photo showing the bank collapsed from being washed by the waters of river Lozva.
This is a controversial photo that is used to show Mansi sanctuary and petroglyphs.
The fact is that this photo is made on Jan 28 , and Dyatlov group passed by Ushminskaya cave on the day before, Jan 27.
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The first day of the ski trip, the tourists were tired and stretched out along the route, it was decided to make the first stop.
In the distance, five figures of hikers walking along the Lozva are visible.
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Semyon Zolotaryov sits on a backpack looking at Rustem and warming his fingers.
Nearby is Zina Kolmogorova, she sits on a backpack, propping her head on her left hand and writing in her diary.
Rustem Slobodin holding a camera.
Yuri Doroshenko with his hands on his hips is looks at the photographer.
Alexander Kolevatov has tooken off his hat smoothing his hair.
Lyuda Dubinina sits on her backpack.
Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles is holding a camera and looking at Rustem.
Igor Dyatlov is holding a camera or compass in his hands.
Three hikers are looking at Rustem, obviously he says something and they listen attentively, could be what camera shutter speed to use in such weather conditions, to get good shots.
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Semyon Zolotaryov is sitting on the backpack and working his camera.
Nikolai gave his camera to Zina Kolmogorova, and she makes a photo of Rustem Slobodin.
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Rustem Slobodin puts on gloves, next to him lies his backpack and are perched his ski poles.
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Zina fiddling with the camera.
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Semyon Zolotaryov posing for a photo.
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In the foreground Krivonischenko with felt boots, in the background Rustem Slobodin.
Yuri Krivonischenko and Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle exchanged their cameras to shoot each other.
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Photo by Krivonischenko.
Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle in the center, Igor Dyatlov to the right.
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Rustem Slobodin
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Semyon Zolotaryov is shooting Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle who looks pathetic in the photo, perhaps mocking the girls.
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Guys are fooling around while resting.
From the left Lyuda Dubinina, Yuri Krivonischenko, Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle with the black hat, embraced by Rustem Slobodin.
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Lyuda Dubinina with a camera, Rustem Slobodin points to another group of guys who stand to the right of the photographer and do not get into the frame.
Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles, and Zina Kolmogorova kneeling.
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Lyuda Dubinina, Rustem Slobodin, Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles and Zina Kolmogorova (kneeled down)
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle and Semyon Zolotarev swapped hats.
Semyon has a camera on him.
From the left, Zina Kolmogorova's hand came into the frame.
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle and Semyon Zolotaryov swapped hats.
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Photo with poor quality but we can still recognize Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle and Semyon Zolotaryov.
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, Semyon Zolotarev and the arm of Zina Kolmogorova.
Nikolai looks at the photographer while Semyon is talking to Zina.
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, Lyuda Dubinina, Semyon Zolotaryov and Zina Kolmogorova
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Memorable photo - Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, Lyuda Dubinina, Semyon Zolotaryov and Zina Kolmogorova
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, Lyuda Dubinina, Semyon Zolotaryov and Zina Kolmogorova
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Before the lunch break.
A picture of poor quality.
Yuri Krivonischenko, Igor Dyatlov, Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, Lyuda Dubinina and Zina Kolmogorova.
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Lunch break.
Semyon Zolotaryov sits on a backpack and talks to Zina Kolmogorova.
In the left hand she holds thin gloves.
On the right are the legs of Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle.
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Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle sits on a log and cuts a long walking stick.
The group walked along the river, evidently Nikolai decided to acquire this stick, since he had to go on first and with his help he intended to probe the snow ahead.
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Nikolay is cleaning his skis with a knife.
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Lunch break.
Shot of the surrounding landscape, low shores, dense forest, the sky is cloudy.
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Dyatlov group is getting up after lunch.
Semyon Zolotaryov was leading the group before lunch, and now is behind.
A photo of poor quality.
Judging by the pictures that Semyon was taking, one can make the assumption that Zolotaryov did not have much experience in photography, and he himself acquired a camera recently.
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Photo by Semyon Zolotaryov.
He is behind Zina Kolmogorova and decided to take a picture of the group against the background of Hoy-Ekva 733m (inactive volcano).
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Krivonischenko is leading the group and taking the photo.
In the distance mountain Hoy-Ekva 733m (inactive volcano).
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Yuri Krivonischenko, Igor Dyatlov, Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignolles and possibly Zina Kolmogorova.
In the distance mountain Hoy-Ekva 733m (inactive volcano).
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Photo of poor quality.
The group goes along the Lozva river, it is difficult to distinguish who is in the photo.
In the distance mountain Hoy-Ekva 733m (inactive volcano).
Dyatlov group pitched their tent at 17:30 on 28 January 1959 - 10 km from their starting point in 2nd Northern and 7 km to Auspiya river.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January 29, 1959
On January 29, 1959, the men of the group took turns to cut a trail for 10 mins, and the group was taking a break after all 7 rotated.
They stopped every 70 mins (2-3 km).
They turn on Auspiya river tributary.
The group stopped for lunch at the fourth halt.
They followed a Mansi ski trail and soon started seeing Mansi signs and storage platform (labaz).
Dyatlov group spent the night at the river Hoysipulsos (Хойсиспалсос) tributary.
It's Yuri Doroshenko's birthday.
He turned 21.
 

Zina Kolmogorova diary

 

29.1.59
Today is Yurka's birthday.
We go first to Lozva then we turn to Auspiya.
Surroundings are beautiful.
Along the Auspiya Mansi have passed.
A trail is visible, grooves, a path is visible.
We often see Mansi signs on the trail.
I wonder what they write about?
Now the Mansi trail goes South.
(note: the turn is the sketch of the notch, the initials with the date Oct. 5, 1958, the drawing of the ax?)
Now we sit the three of us: Rustik, Yurka and I Waiting for the rest.
For the night stopped near the ski tracks.
We are burning firewood with Yurka.
We talked about the past.
Such a playboy.
 

Dyatlov group diary

 

1.29.59
Second day of our hike.
We made our way from the Lozva River to the Auspiya River.
We walked along a Mansi trail. The weather is –13 C.
The wind is weak.
We often find ice on the Lozva River.
That's all.

Nick Thibeaux
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Krivonischenko camera film №1 frame №12
Morning on Lozva river, Krivonischenko took a picture of the winding ski trail.
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Krivonischenko camera film №1 frame №13
 
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Krivonischenko camera film №1 frame №14
Lozva Lozva river, in the distance mountain Hoy-Ekva 733m.
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Yuri Doroshenko, Thibeaux-Brignolle camera film №3 frame №8
Break on Lozva.
Yuri Doroshenko sits on his backpack.
From the backpack sticking out is the handle of an ice ax or an ax, next to it there is still someone's backpack, probably Zina Kolmogorova's.
A pencil sticks out of his breast pocket.
It's cold, Yuri has a hat and a windbreaker and warms his hands in his pockets.
He listens to the conversation of the guys and smiles.
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loose photo
Zina Kolmogorova barely in the frame, Nikolai, Zolotaryov, Lyuda Dubinina hidden behind him, last is Rustem Slobodin looking at the camera.
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Thibeaux-Brignolle camera film №3 frame №9
Photo by Zina Kolmogorova.
Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, Semyon Zolotaryov, Lyuda Dubinina (left), Rustem Slobodin.
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Krivonischneko camera film №1 frame №15
The group turned off from Lozva river and went to Auspiya through the forest along the river following the ski trail of a Mansi hunter.
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Thibeaux-Brignolle camera film №3 frame №10
Semyon Zolotaryov, Yuri Doroshenko and Igor Dyatlov reading the map.
 
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Krivonischenko camera film №1 frame №16
Auspiya river.
Following the Mansi hunter trail Dyatlov geoup came across a Mansi labaz (storage platform raised above the ground)
 
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Krivonischenko camera film №1 frame №17
Dyatlov group stopped for lunch.
They are discussing the Mansi labaz and what they should do for a cache before ascending to Mt. Otorten.
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Slobodin's camera film №4 frame №24
 
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Slobodin's camera film №4 frame №25
 
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Slobodin's camera film №4 frame №26
This looks like a trap for animals that the hikers came upon and took a picture.
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Krivonischenko camera film №1 frame №18
Dyatlov group took pictures of Mansi markings that tell how many local hunters passed through this area and the family clan to which they belong.
Mansi are people of the north.
Very interesting and unique people that inhabit the North Polar Urals, closed to the Tyumen region.
They have a written language and leave characteristic signs on forest trees.
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Unknown camera film №5 frame №21
Yuri Doroshenko examining the Mansi signs.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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