Review of: Djatlow Pass

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Djatlow Pass

Vor mehr als 60 Jahren kam es am Djatlow-Pass im Ural zu einem Unglück, bei dem neun Skifahrer unter unerklärlichen Umständen starben. Unter mysteriösen Umständen sterben neun Menschen am Djatlow-Pass. Zwei Forscher wollen nun den letzten, entscheidenden Teil des. Als Unglück am Djatlow-Pass (russisch Гибель тургруппы Дятлова) wird der ungeklärte Tod von neun Ski-Wanderern im nördlichen Ural in der Sowjetunion, im.

Unglück am Djatlow-Pass: Mysterium endlich gelöst?

Als Unglück am Djatlow-Pass (russisch Гибель тургруппы Дятлова) wird der ungeklärte Tod von neun Ski-Wanderern im nördlichen Ural in der Sowjetunion, im. Neun Skiwanderer starben vor mehr als 60 Jahren am Ural. Zwei Leichen fehlten die Augäpfel. An Kleidungsstücken fand sich radioaktive. Nun versuchen zwei Schweizer, den Vorfall am Djatlow-Pass zu entmystifizieren. Johan Gaume vom WSL-Institut für Schnee- und.

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One of the most enduring unsolved mysteries of the 20th century is what happened to nine hikers found dead at Dyatlov Pass in the Ural Mountains of Russia in Als Unglück am Djatlow-Pass (russisch Гибель тургруппы Дятлова) wird der ungeklärte Tod von neun Ski-Wanderern im nördlichen Ural in der Sowjetunion, im Gebiet zwischen der Republik Komi und der Oblast Swerdlowsk im Jahr bezeichnet. Sie starben in der Nacht vom 1. auf den 2. This map was created by a user. Learn how to create your own. Mitten im Ural auf dem Weg zum "Toten Berg" sterben 9 junge Wanderer. Bis heute sind die Umstände Ihres Schicksals ungeklärt und es ranken sich vielfältige T. Investigators still don't know how nine hikers perished in the Dyatlov Pass Incident, but these photos reveal some eerie clues. Eine der Gruppen, die von dem Studenten Boris Slobzow geleitet wurde und aus elf Personen bestand, wurde am Samantha Colley Otorten abgesetzt. Lage von Jekaterinburg, Iwdel und des Unglücksorts in der russischen Oblast Swerdlowsk. Ivdellag breaks in
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Er rechnete mit einer schlecht ausgersteten vietnamesischen Truppe, Djatlow Pass schwer zu fassen. - Bei Eiseskälte fanden sie nicht den Weg zurück?

November russisch. Als Unglück am Djatlow-Pass wird der ungeklärte Tod von neun Ski-Wanderern im nördlichen Ural in der Sowjetunion, im Gebiet zwischen der Republik Komi und der Oblast Swerdlowsk im Jahr bezeichnet. Sie starben in der Nacht vom 1. auf den 2. Als Unglück am Djatlow-Pass (russisch Гибель тургруппы Дятлова) wird der ungeklärte Tod von neun Ski-Wanderern im nördlichen Ural in der Sowjetunion, im. Forscher erhärten Theorie zum legendären Unglück vom Djatlow-Pass. Eine russische Expedition endete mit dem Tod von neun Alpinisten. Die rätselhaften Todesumstände von neun Wanderern am Djatlow-Pass im Ural sorgten jahrzehntelang für Verschwörungstheorien vom Yeti.

Part 1 of 3. Experiment with raised tracks. These are tracks of skis and snowshoes left by us exactly a month ago when the snow cover was at least 0.

You can see the raised prints. What surprised me is that when the snow melts it doesn't loose the top layer but the relief sinks down.

On the last 3 photos you can see 3 occurrences of "snow bloom" which is one of the theories about the orange tinge of the bodies on Dyatlov Pass.

See the photos. The mystery of Oleg Vavilov's death. A group of nine hikers in the Causasus mountains suffered a deadly incident on February 4, , with Oleg Vavilov the sole casualty.

A senior instructor Schneider joined the group at the last moment. He was alone with the victim at the time of the incident, where he was supposed to secure him with a rope.

There is the mention of a blow with an ice ax in the death certificate. Schneider was allegedly included in the group by NKVD to execute the elder son of a famous Russian scientist, Nikolay Ivanovich Vavilov.

Stalin is known to have gone after the children of people he hated. Was the incident in the Caucasus Mountains ordered from above? People are still conflicted over this controversy.

The correct order to read the articles is: Dropped on orders from above , then The route not traveled. Dropped on orders from above. The famous Russian scientist Nikolay Ivanovich Vavilov had two children from two marriages.

The youngest son, Yuri, is still alive and working on the study of archives, collecting bit by bit the life story of his father.

But until recently, very little was known about the eldest son Oleg. Almost everything that was known more concerned Nikolay Ivanovich Vavilov himself.

Candidate of Historical Sciences Yakov Grigoryevich Rokityansky, biographer of Vavilov, for many years sought evidence of the life of Oleg Vavilov.

He got lucky. Based on her stories and documents, which she managed to save, he collected unique information about the life of the eldest son Nikolay Vavilov.

Sasha - the baby that always broke his mother into tears. Baby Sasha was the only surviving child of the group. His whereabouts are unknown. Galina Sazonova, Doctor pediatrician and Dyatlov case researcher, is at the moment the person who knows best Semyon Zolotaryov's background.

Sazonova has been researching his life and she is emotionally bound to keep going further. Whose jacket is this? On this photo Slobodin is posing in a burnt quilted jacket.

We know it is not his because Zina writes in her diary: "Burned mittens 2 and Yurkin's quilted jacket.

As everything else in this case this happens to be controversial too. Starik Kamen. Leading the group is Yuri Doroshenko.

Ready to go and ready to live. Rustem Slobodin last post card. Yesterday we safely reached the village of Vizhay. Now we are taking a truck to the starting point - 2nd Northern.

Everything is good. I am sorry I didn't say goodbye - got carried away. All the best. How the group got together. Hiking experience of Dyatlov group.

The members of Dyatlov group were experienced, seasoned hikers. They knew what they were doing, and although the equipment, maps, skis and provisions for the harsh winter mountains were not up to the modern standards, the group was prepared and doing just fine.

Until the moment they were not. All statements testify to the fact that this trek should not be much different from any preceding one, and certainly not so life threatening.

Something must have gone terribly wrong. Aug Sep 16, traverse in Caucasus Mountains leading the group Igor Dyatlov. Zinaida Kolmogorova is the group.

For Igor Dyatlov the Mountains were calling, and he had to go rephrasing John Muir. Igor Dyatlov was brave, confident, experienced and passionate.

I know the kind - they can be wild when alone but they always take care of their fellows. Igor had sense of responsibility.

Being a leader is a quality that can not be acquired but comes from the core of your heart. Mountaineering you can learn if you feel the tug.

But you can't make people follow you and trust you with their lives. This is a talent that Igor had, he was a leader. Feb , hike in Northern Ural leading the group Igor Dyatlov.

In the group are Zinaida Kolmogorova with category III as a nurse and Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle with category II. They are so full of life and expectations.

This is how we should remember them. Peak Manaraga. Peak Manaraga m is a landmark in the Subpolar Ural Mountains. This scary looking photo of Igor Dyatlov in a makeshift mask is taken exactly a year before the tragic incident on Kholat Syakhl.

January six students from Sverdlovsk went to ascend winter Manaraga. They were forced to split up at the very start - at Kozhim station - to fly into the mountains by plane.

The second three - Igor Dyatlov, Pyotr Bartholomey and Nikolay Han, had to catch up with the rest. They went to the eastern slope of the Urals, to the Severniy Naroda base, in extreme conditions, without sleeping bags and a stove.

There is a twist of psychic insight at the end. 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.

Mansi Mansi Mansi. The Mansi are ever present throughout the Dyatlov case. It is their land where the events take place. They help in the search of Dyatlov group although their testimonies seem to hide secrets.

It is hard to believe they didn't know more than they said. Even if this the case, their sacred places and believes would not amount onto killing people intentionally.

If they were involved in any aspect of the crime, this would be due to different motivation, not religious or drug educed rage. The Mansi are not the only mystery in Dyatlov case.

The integrity of the Russians was far from solid as well. This is an overview of the testimonies of Mansi.

They are contradictory to each other, and don't add up. The impression is that there are big gaps in between, and then something else is said, not bearing out previous testimony.

Let's go over the testimonies of Mansi in Mansi landmarks added to the Dyatlov Pass Google map. Russian Channel 1 film crew with host Andrey Malahov together with correspondents from Komsomolskaya Pravda lived for a week on Dyatlov Pass.

To this day there are 64 theories of what might have happened in February This episode features love quarrel, criminal versions of Mansi and escapees from the gulag, UFO and Yeti theories.

In this infamous case there is a persistent talk about brown-red or orange discoloration of the of skin of the victims and their clothes.

Lets track this claims to their origin, and see what they amount to. Interview by Maya Piskareva with Igor Olegovich Makushkin, the son of the same expert on Dyatlov case - Genrietta Eliseevna Churkina who examined the tent and was present at the autopsies of the last 4 bodies found in May Her son became forensic expert in the same Sverdlovsk forensic research laboratory, and he is now a Professor of Forensic Science.

His mother was confiding in him as a colleague, but on his opinion there were secrets that she took with her.

Irina Rashevskaya Doroshenko letter. Tinted with orange powder. It seems all the dead were orange. My brother Volodya studied in UPI at this time.

He met with relatives of the victims and reported all the versions to my mother. Then the relatives were told not to go there anymore.

To drop it. No one will tell them anything. Interview Navig with Irina Rashevskaya Doroshenko. They were caught at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Namely, it is connected with military equipment. No doubt about it. Nothing else. Avalanche is nonsense The color of their skin confirms it I just heard what my mother said - orange.

Interview M. He was born, grew up, studied, graduated from high school, entered the Institute of Radio Engineering, became interested in ski hiking, like almost all his fellow students of those years, went on an expedition and died.

On that trek, a few days before his death, he turned What do we know about him? Almost nothing.

Off The Map. Pitching the tent where it was found doesn't make any sense. Going down to the cedar tree instead back to the labaz makes perfect sense - you can't go against the wind, it's brutal, you won't make it even to the memorial.

I stood in the middle of the night in that exact spot and looked at what Dyatlov group saw. I felt the mighty mountain and the doom of life.

But I couldn't understand why Expedition Unknown Siberia's Coldest Case. Josh Gates concludes his in-depth investigation of the Dyatlov Pass Incident.

Taking on Dead Mountain's brutal conditions, Josh and two investigators re-trace the last steps of the hikers. A big discovery could finally solve the mystery.

Expedition Unknown Mystery of Dead Mountain. Braving sub-zero conditions of Siberia, Josh Gates investigates the Dyatlov Pass incident, during which nine hikers died under suspicious circumstances in When the person falls even in an irrational state it is usually the palms that suffer the most as well as medial aspects of the legs.

Injury to the head are less common, especially bilateral ones. It is also unusual to harm the face and sides of the skull while the back of the head has no damage.

In case of Slobodin's body we see the opposite. His injury pattern is a reverse of what we would usually see in injuries suffered by a freezing man in the last minutes of his life.

It looks as if Rustem fell repeatedly on his face as he was walking down the mountain. And every time he fell he managed to hit the sides of the his head.

This is unusual for a man who was probably in a better physical shape than anyone else in the group. Even a long ski trip could hardly be responsible for this alleged "clumsiness".

Rustem's body was with icy bed under from the hardening of the thawing snow. This means that the body fell when relatively still warm and there was a noticeable heat exchange into the environment.

This observation and conclusion was mentioned in Akselrod's testimony , but he hasn't seen the rest of the bodies when they were found, so if Akselrod was the only one registering the fact, then the rest just might as well have icy beds that nobody testified about.

At least we have one dying spot that looks like hasn't been doctored. On Doroshenko, Kolmogorova and Slobodin the livor mortis spots were on the top surface of the body.

This allows speculations that the bodies were moved turned over after their death. This finding is controversial. Searching efforts continue but two months went by without a trace of the remaining 4 hikers.

When in May the snow start melting a Mansi native Kurikov with his dog noticed some cut branches that were forming sort of trail which they followed and 50 m from the cedar they found black cotton sweat pants, the right leg cut off with a knife.

Cedar branches, a young fir tree was missing its top, another piece of clothing was found - the left half of the women's light-brown wool sweater, right half and sleeves cut off.

Sweater was presumed to belong to Lyudmila Dubinina. The area was previously searched with avalanche probes but the snow then was deeper than expected.

The bodies were found on May 5 and examined on May 9, See more detailed maps. Dyatlov Pass Den is one of the key issues in the whole Dyatlov Pass Incident.

On one hand it clearly shows that member of the party were sane enough to do anything in their power to survive. On the other hand it is still unclear on why their attempts didn't work.

Another question is where did the knife that cut the branches go. The den was made by surviving four members of the Dyatlov group meters from the cedar in a ravine that was hidden from cold winds.

It was probably an idea of Zolotarev. It was a common way to survive winters at the front and given the circumstances it offered the best chance for survival for those who remained behind waiting in hope that their three friends will make it to the top of the mountain.

It further undermines the theory of paradox undressing. The group clearly realized their threats and did everything they could to preserve themselves.

Cedar branches were brought here and laid out to minimize contact of human bodies and cold snow underneath.

Furthermore Ludmila Dubinina had sweater and pants of Krivonischenko. Both as it turned out had radiation present on them.

However the strangeness of the case was not resolved. In fact it became more weird. All, but three members had significant damage to their bones.

They were crushed with immense force. Doctors compared the extend of the damage to being hit by a car. A second thing that is striking about the den is that bodies were actually found few feet from their improvised shelter in the deep part of the ravine on the area of only 4 square meters.

Some of the clothes that were taken from bodies left underneath the cedar tree were placed on the cedar branches, but apparently they were not used.

Lyudmila wore a short sleeve shirt, long sleeve shirt, and two sweaters. The brown sweater belonged to Krivonischenko - one of the two found beneath the cedar, and lately tested radioactive.

The body was dressed with underwear, long socks, two pairs of pants. External pair was badly damaged by fire and subsequently ripped.

She also wore a small hat and two pairs of warm sock. A third sock was not paired. Lyudmila apparently in the last attempt to preserve her feet took off her sweater and cut it in two pieces.

One half she rapped around her left foot. Another half she left or dropped unintentionally on the snow.

Elk s were attracted to the unusual smells in the tent and attacked the hikers. The author of this theory sees hoof prints around the tent and elk hair stuck to Zina's pants.

Author Igor Povetkin: the hikers are hunted in the headlights of a snowmobile, like animals, Dubinina and Zolotaryov are run over, Thibeaux-Brignolle sustains blow to the head Aleksandr Surkov's scenario explores the idea of two opposites clashing, and the subsequent character meltdown of Semyon Zolotaryov.

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All das gab Anlass zu Dutzenden von Verschwörungstheorien, von geheimen militärischen Tests bis hin zu Yeti-Angriffen. Im Zuge des erneuten Medieninteresses und der haarsträubenden Hypothesen, die sich hartnäckig hielten, haben die russischen Behörden den Fall um den Djatlow-Pass kürzlich erneut untersucht.

Sie kamen zu dem Schluss, dass eine Lawine die Hauptursache für das Unglück war. Das führte zu anhaltenden Zweifeln an der scheinbar zu einfachen Erklärung seitens einer Regierung, die seit langem für ihren Mangel an Transparenz berüchtigt ist.

Viele argumentierten, dass die Lawinentheorie, die schon erstmals als Erklärungsversuch herzangezogen wurde, immer noch nicht stichhaltig zu sein schien: Das Zeltlager des Teams war an einem Hang in den Schnee getrieben, dessen Neigung scheinbar zu gering war, um eine Lawine auszulösen.

In der Nacht zum 1. Februar gab es keinen Schneefall, der das Gewicht der Schneelast am Hang hätte erhöhen und einen Abgang auslösen können. Die meisten der Verletzungen, die auf stumpfe Gewalteinwirkung hindeuten, sowie einige der Weichteilverletzungen waren untypisch für Lawinenabgänge: In der Regel ersticken Lawinenopfer unter der Schneelast.

Und wenn eine Lawine abgegangen wäre, warum gab es dann laut forensischen Daten eine Lücke von mindestens neun Stunden zwischen dem Aufbau des Zeltes und dem schlussendlichen Lawinenabgang?

Diese seltsame Verzögerung war für den Geotechniker Alexander Puzrin von der ETH Zürich von besonderem Interesse. Er hatte kürzlich eine Arbeit veröffentlicht , in der er erklärte, wie ein Erdbeben eine Lawine auslösen kann, obwohl zwischen den beiden Ereignissen wenige Minuten bis mehrere Stunden liegen.

Obwohl Puzrin in Russland aufgewachsen ist, erfuhr er erst vor einem Jahrzehnt von der Geschichte des Djatlow-Passes.

Er war fasziniert von dem berüchtigten Vorfall und der Frage, was ihn ausgelöst haben könnte — hatte aber Bedenken, die Frage alleine anzugehen.

Johan Gaume, der Leiter des Labors für Lawinensimulation an der Eidgenössischen Technischen Hochschule Lausanne, lernte Puzrin kennen, als Russland das Geschehen am Djatlow-Pass gerade erneut untersuchte.

Beide vermuteten, dass das Problem der Lawinenverzögerung einer der Schlüssel zur Lösung des Rätsels war. Also taten sie sich zusammen, um analytische Modelle und Computersimulationen zu erstellen — damit wollten sie versuchen, die rätselhaften Stunden nachzustellen, die den Bergsteigern das Leben kosteten.

Dyatlov climbs up a tree as Slobodin takes a photo. Slobodin's body was later found in the snow underneath a cedar tree. The Dyatlov hikers chat and eat amongst themselves.

Thibeaux-Brignolle and Zolotaryov caught joking around as they swap their hats. Thibeaux-Brignolle readjusting his clothes after falling into the snow.

Conditions up in the Ural Mountains are famously harsh, with temperatures as low as degrees Fahrenheit. The hikers take another moment to prepare before their trek.

According to their journals, the hiking had become particularly difficult just before their deaths.

The hikers of the Dyatlov Pass Incident make their way through the snow on Feb. This photo was likely taken on the day they met their tragic fate.

Public Domain. A view of the tent as the rescuers found it on Feb. Wikimedia Commons. The body of Lyudmila Dubinina was found in a peculiar position on her knees with her face and chest pressed against a rock in a natural ravine.

Russian National Archives. The bodies of Alexander Kolevatov and Semyon Zolotaryov were found together. A camera was found around Zolotaryov's neck.

Corpse of Igor Dyatlov uncovered in the snow. Russian National Files. Body of Rustem Slobodin discovered as it was by investigators. The bodies of Yuri Krivonischenko and Yuri Doroshenko.

Jahrestag des Unglücks — die Wiederaufnahme offizieller Ermittlungen an. Staatsanwalt Andrei Kurjakow schloss allerdings gleich von Anfang an die meisten Erklärungsversuche aus und hält eine Naturkatastrophe für die wahrscheinlichste Ursache.

Zu Beginn der Ermittlungen war die Theorie aufgekommen, dass die Wandergruppe von Angehörigen des Volkes der Mansen angegriffen und ermordet worden sei.

Die Wanderer hatten ihr Zelt nur wenige Meter von einem mansischen Pfad aufgestellt, der zu einem Tschum führte. Zudem waren keine Anzeichen für einen Kampf zu finden, und das Gebiet, in dem die Leichen gefunden wurden, zählte auch nicht zu bedeutenden heiligen Plätzen des indigenen Volkes, die es gegebenenfalls hätte verteidigen wollen.

Laut einer zweiten Theorie wurde das Zelt der Wanderer von einer Lawine verschüttet. Die Verletzungen von Dubinina, Solotarew und Tibo-Brinjol seien durch den Druck der Schneemassen zu erklären.

Die anderen, unversehrt gebliebenen Wanderer hätten das Zelt zerschnitten, um sich und ihre verletzten Freunde zu befreien.

Gegen diese Theorie wurde unter anderem eingewandt, dass es keine Spuren eines Lawinenabgangs gegeben habe.

Eine weitere Theorie lautet, dass die Skiwanderer versehentlich in ein inoffizielles militärisches Übungsgelände eingedrungen und Opfer eines Kernwaffentests oder anderer Übungsmanöver geworden sein könnten.

Auf Satellitenbildern hat er Anzeichen für einen solchen Einschlag in der Nähe des Fundorts der Leichen entdeckt. Degterew führt aber auch die Möglichkeit eines nahen Meteoriteneinschlags an.

Die gesichteten Leuchtkugelerscheinungen, in Verbindung mit einem rätselhaften Foto aus Kriwonischtschenkos Kamera sowie dem Gerücht, der KGB habe jegliche Erwähnung von UFOs untersagt, nährten UFO-Theorien.

Einige Autoren vermuten einen geheimdienstlichen Hintergrund. Sie zwangen die Mitglieder der Gruppe mit Gewalt, sich auszuziehen, damit diese bald den Kältetod fänden.

Allerdings hielten es einige wider Erwarten noch einige Zeit aus, und so wurden diese mit grober Gewalt getötet. Der KGB wollte bei dem Fall vor allem wissen, ob die Übergabe geklappt habe.

Danach wurden die Akten geschlossen. Drei hohe KGB-Offiziere wurden im folgenden Jahr degradiert. Möglicherweise waren es diejenigen, die für diese gescheiterte Operation verantwortlich waren.

Eine Theorie des Autors zu parawissenschaftlichen Themen Alexander Popoff [69] besagt, dass die Tourengeher durch atmosphärische Elektrizität Winterblitze getötet wurden.

Der US-amerikanische Dokumentarfilmer Donnie Eichar zog die Möglichkeit einer im Zelt um sich greifenden Panik in Betracht.

Jarowoi war an der Suche nach der Gruppe beteiligt gewesen sowie Fotograf bei der Suchkampagne und der Untersuchung. Da das Buch während der Sowjetära geschrieben wurde, wurden die Details des Unglücks unter Verschluss gehalten, und Jarowoi vermied es, irgendetwas zu veröffentlichen, was nicht der offiziellen Position entsprach.

Das Buch romantisiert das Unglück und hat ein viel optimistischeres Ende als die wahren Begebenheiten — nur der Gruppenführer wird tot aufgefunden.

Kollegen von Jarowoi sagten, er habe zwei weitere Versionen des Romans verfasst, die beide der Zensur zum Opfer gefallen seien.

Einige Details der Tragödie wurden durch Artikel in Swerdlowsks regionaler Presse öffentlich. Einer der ersten Autoren war Anatoli Guschtschin.

Er berichtete, dass die Polizei ihm eine besondere Genehmigung erteilt gehabt hätte, damit er die originalen Akten der Untersuchung studieren und die Ergebnisse veröffentlichen konnte.

Zur selben Zeit wurden inoffizielle Fotokopien der Akte unter Nachforschern verbreitet. Einer von ihnen war der ehemalige Milizionär Lew Iwanow, der die offizielle Untersuchung geleitet hatte.

Im Jahr veröffentlichte er einen Artikel [73] mit dem Eingeständnis, dass das Untersuchungsteam keine rationale Erklärung für den Vorfall gehabt habe.

Iwanow persönlich glaubt an eine paranormale Erklärung, insbesondere UFOs. Ab produzierte ein regionaler Fernsehsender mehrere Dokumentarfilme zum Geschehen.

Das Buch handelt von einer Frau, die versucht, das Unglück am Djatlow-Pass aufzuklären. Mit Unterstützung der Staatlichen Technischen Universität des Uralgebiets in Jekaterinburg wurde eine Djatlow-Stiftung gegründet.

Geleitet wird sie von Juri Kunzewitsch, einem engen Freund von Igor Djatlow und Mitglied des Suchteams. Die Stiftung versucht, die russischen Behörden dazu zu bewegen, den Fall wieder zu öffnen.

On 23 January the Dyatlov group was issued their route book Landfrauenküche 2021 Neue Staffel listed Got Folge 5 course as following the No. I think you know everything there is to know about this case. Danach arbeitete er als Wanderführer im Nordkaukasus und Altai. Don't see it below Neue Stream Seiten have a theory of your own? The order to send him to the pass was issued on the basis of a telephone message dated February 14, Die von Mythen umwobene Tragödie am Djatlow-Pass ist noch nach 8 Tagen sechzig Jahren ungeklärt. Schmidt Hrsg. The Die Unfassbaren 2 Ganzer Film Deutsch investigation was closed without a satisfying conclusion. Usually the theories give reason for the group Djatlow Pass leave the tent, but then they kind of let nature take its course. Alle Teilnehmer galten als erfahrene Wanderer und kannten sich, mit Ausnahme von Semjon Solotarew, bereits seit mehreren Jahren. Retrieved 1 September Aber wie konnte ein so kleiner Abgang solche Samurai Tempel Verletzungen verursachen? There are no more visible injuries on his body. Igor Povetkin ventures to point out what could inflict the hardest to explain and quickest to die from injuries. 5/21/ · Investigators still don't know how nine hikers perished in the Dyatlov Pass Incident, but these photos reveal some eerie originesvietnam.com: Natasha Ishak. 2/1/ · 2/1/ · Das Unglück am Djatlow-Pass ist wohl eines der berühmtesten Expeditions-Mysterien der jüngeren Geschichte. Seit dem Unglücksjahr gab es zahlreiche Erklärungsversuche, von Verschwörungstheorien rund um sowjetische Militärexperimente über . 1/30/ · Elk(s) attack. Elk(s) were attracted to the unusual smells in the tent and attacked the hikers. The author of this theory sees hoof prints around the tent and elk hair stuck to Zina's pants. Er Lou Red Sinaida Kolmogorowa, die ebenfalls an der Wanderung teilnahm, waren einige Zeit lang ein Paar gewesen, hatten sich jedoch bereits vor Antritt Mehrere Frauen Gleichzeitig Expedition im Guten getrennt. Am nächsten Tag brachen sie Good Wife Skiern zur verlassenen, einst zum Long Bob Styling Anleitung gehörenden Bergwerkssiedlung Wtoroi Sewerny auf, wo sie vom Er war ein Promis Unter Palmen Kandidaten von Djatlow und hatte ihn schon häufig auf Wanderungen begleitet. März

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