Dafür haben sich Harlin und Drehbuchautor Vikram Weet die wahre Geschichte der toten Bergsteiger vom Djatlow Pass als Ausgangspunkt genommen. 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. Unter mysteriösen Umständen sterben neun Menschen am Djatlow-Pass. Zwei Forscher wollen nun den letzten, entscheidenden Teil des.
Unglück am Djatlow-PassNun versuchen zwei Schweizer, den Vorfall am Djatlow-Pass zu entmystifizieren. Johan Gaume vom WSL-Institut für Schnee- und. Vor mehr als 60 Jahren kam es am Djatlow-Pass im Ural zu einem Unglück, bei dem neun Skifahrer unter unerklärlichen Umständen starben. 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.
Djatlow-Pass Inhaltsverzeichnis VideoEin Jahrhundert-Rätsel: Das mysteriöse Djatlow-Pass-Unglück (Wissenschaftliche Betrachtung) Petersburg Times. Sie haben bereits ein Digital-Abonnement? Laut den Wetteraufzeichnungen 4. Staffel Stranger Things es in dieser verhängnisvollen Nacht keinen Schneefall, aber die Tagebucheinträge der Djatlow-Gruppe vermerkten, dass es sehr starke Winde gab. Ich muss leider seit Leistungen aus der Grundsicherung beziehen, um über die Runden zu kommen.
Romero ist wohl die Djatlow-Pass dieser engagierten Schocker-Welle - sein Dawn of the Dead darf als Zentralwerk des kapitalismuskritischen Kinos gelten! - Mehr Perspektiven, mehr verstehen.Melden Sie sich an und diskutieren Sie mit Interview Brexit Pfeil nach rechts. 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. 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. Die rätselhaften Todesumstände von neun Wanderern am Djatlow-Pass im Ural sorgten jahrzehntelang für Verschwörungstheorien vom Yeti. Nun versuchen zwei Schweizer, den Vorfall am Djatlow-Pass zu entmystifizieren. Johan Gaume vom WSL-Institut für Schnee- und. In a group of Russian hikers mysteriously died while traversing the snowy mountains of Siberia. Their deaths remain unexplained to this day. In this vid. pictures of the unlucky dyatlov group--photos of the dead as recorded by the rescue party. Buryatia Dyatlov Pass Today, August 5, , is an anniversary of another mysterious incident in the mountains with multiple deaths and strange behavior. This one even has a real survivor who went through the whole ordeal. Initial inventory by the prosecutor Tempalov written on February mentioned only 3 cameras. In March was introduced one more camera (keep reading *). They belonged to Dyatlov, Zolotarev, Krivonischenko and Slobodin. In researchers Aleksei Koskin and Yuri Kuntsevich gained access to the archives of the late Prosecutor Ivanov. 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.
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Last post by ash73 in DPI noob on February 01, , PM. The first bodies of the group were found about a week after the tent was first discovered.
They were Krivonischenko, 23, and Doroshenko, 21, who were both underneath a cedar tree. They were surrounded by remnants of a fire, not too far from the destroyed campsite.
Doroshenko's body was "brown-purple" and he had gray foam coming from his right cheek and gray liquid coming from his mouth. Then investigators then found the next three bodies, those belonging to Dyatlov, 23, Kolmogorova, 22, and Slobodin, Some of the bodies were even found without shoes and wearing only underwear.
The rest of the group wasn't discovered until a couple of months later after much of the mountain's snow had thawed. Thibeaux-Brignolles, 23, Dubinina, 20, and Zolotaryov, 38, were found inside a ravine feet deep in the woods.
These three had the most clothing of all the hikers, even wearing each other's items. Investigators thought this meant they had gone back to their dead friends and taken their clothes for warmth.
But why not just go back to the campsite? Russian National Archives Zinaida Kolmogorova, found buried in the snow. Indeed, the discovery of the bodies seemed to turn up more clues than it did answers.
For one thing, there was the gruesome condition in which the corpses were found. Thibeaux-Brignolles' had suffered significant skull damage moments before his death, and Dubinina and Zolotaryov had significant chest fractures that could only be caused by an immense force comparable to that of a car crash.
Dubinina's body was by far in the worst condition. She was missing her tongue, eyes, part of her lips, as well as some facial tissue.
A fragment of her skull bone was also missing. These are just some of the unexplained discoveries from the investigation.
The scattered nature of the group members puzzled authorities and they thought this suggested that the hikers left their campsite in a hurry, leaving behind most of their belongings as a result.
But if the campers had left their site in a hurry, unable even to dress properly, why had one of them thought to bring his camera along with him?
Cameras were identified with their their serial numbers and number of frames of the films found inside. The photos were brought to a public domain much later, so we need to deduce which film was taken from which camera and who made the photos.
In Koskin's photo archive there are two films with 27 photos - numbered 2 and 4. I highly recommend her work! Josh Gates: "I have read everything that you have written about this case.
You did an amazing work. I think you know everything there is to know about this case. The more you read the weirder it gets.
I was given a rare window into their camaraderie, their aspirations, their bravery. And while their lives were tragically cut short, the fearless spirit of exploration they embodied will stay in forever as inspiration.
Therefore, the reader can build his own version. Igor and Teodora have done a unique and excellent job.
You are an inspiration to women the world over showing us to never give up on our passions and our thirst for acquiring the knowledge we crave.
I could just see the impact this was having on you, your mind swirling. It seemed much more like a religious crusade for you, having invested so much of yourself into the case.
I want you to know that to the careful and observant western viewer, this did shine through. Vizhay Club - New Years Eve What was a Human Intelligence Collector doing on the pass?
Lieutenant Colonel Shestopalov led the sappers in Why was he running around the pass with probes himself? He had a high rank, we found out that Shestopalov was a Human Intelligence Collector.
Is this another smoking gun? Firstly, the very fact that Shestopalov is investigating something at the pass, and secondly The order to send him to the pass was issued on the basis of a telephone message dated February 14, February again.
Most likely, this is another mistake. But if you remember Tempalov's strange note dated February 16, the date on the cover of the criminal case - February 6, then aren't there too many misprints in this tragedy?
Semyon's explanatory note. This document shows Zolotaryov, no longer as a reckless adventurer, but as a calculating, intelligent careerist.
Kuryakov was fired from the prosecutor's office. The main reason for the dismissal of Andrey Kuryakov was the use of official powers and his intention to promote his wife, who was a deputy prosecutor, to the post of prosecutor of Yekaterinburg.
She is now also fired. It is believed that it was thanks to him that the Prosecutor General's Office initiated the check into Dyatlov's death. As it turned out later, he did not make statements on behalf of the Prosecutor General's Office, but to prepare a dissertation for the degree of candidate of legal sciences.
Source Kommersant Nov 2, Could Zolotaryov be a saboteur? Semyon Zolotaryov was a versatile senior sergeant with some holes and discrepancies in his military dossier.
If this could be attributed to wartime staff shortcomings, then it is hard to explain why he lied about the number of his siblings in official documents.
He also claimed orders he didn't receive. There are some alphabetical lists where his name appears added at the document's bottom at a subsequent time as if someone was inserting him into events he didn't belong to.
Was this the contrived life of a saboteur? The criminal case was cut short. Discussion of the results of the documentary audit.
The prosecutors compared the materials of the Dyatlov group criminal case against other case files of that period for the presence or absence of similar violations.
Tried for bribery and traitor brother. The role of the combatant Semyon Alekseevich in the fateful expedition could have become fatal.
His character was a difficult one, hot-tempered and unruly. We do not exclude that a confrontation between the leader of the trek and its most senior participant could have led to the tragic events.
Zolotaryov's meltdown. Aleksandr Surkov's scenario explores the idea of two opposites clashing, Igor and Semyon.
Semyon does not suspect that Igor leads the toughest and most strenuous hikes in the UPI tour section. Semyon's age and physical fitness are not able to withstand the demands of Igor, as he hikes not to get sports awards, but to test himself under the most difficult conditions.
If we take into account Igor's authoritarianism and Semyon's unruly nature, the conflict would only be a matter of time.
The day Russia nuked itself: The Kyshtym disaster. The Kyshtym disaster was a radioactive contamination accident that occurred on 29 September at Mayak, a plutonium production site for nuclear weapons and nuclear fuel reprocessing plant in the Soviet Union.
It measured as a Level 6 disaster on the International Nuclear Event Scale INES , making it the third most serious nuclear accident ever recorded, behind the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and the Chernobyl disaster both Level 7 on the INES.
This overview of by Galina Sazonova of the cold war and arm race times in which the Kyshtym disaster happened explains in objective and informative way what led to the accident.
Sure negligence, shortsightedness and lack of respect for human life were main causes, but how did the events unfold. This we only know from the Los Alamos report to the CIA.
Russian Federation is still secretive about the specifics of the catastrophe. Still, there were more than one player on the playground.
And the toys were human life and the environment. Krivonischenko letter to Dyatlov. A letter written by Krivonischenko on December 27, , addressed to Igor Dyatlov discussing the details of the upcoming trip to Northern Ural starting on January 22, The letter contains a poem which Krivonischenko dedicated to his fellows hikers.
Interview with Yuri's elder brother - Konstantin Krivonischenko. To many researchers of this tragedy, Yuri Krivonischenko seems to be a rather mysterious person.
It is known that he worked at the Mayak secret nuclear enterprise. It is believed that he was a KGB recruit.
For some reason, Yuri Krivonischenko, as well as another victim - Semyon Zolotaryov, was buried separately from other hikers in a prestigious and already closed city cemetery.
Ivdellag breaks in On April 15 Yuri Yudin denied knowing about any changes in the return date of the trek. Who else could have Dyatlov discussed this with?
The head of the logging camp department Hakimov is one of the last people to see Dyatlov alive. Immediately after Yuri Yudin's testimony Tempalov flies out to question Hakimov on the same issue.
What was Hakimov doing at the time when he had to start looking for the Dyatlov group? How come the interrogation protocol is not in the case files?
How many bodies were brought in Ivdel for autopsy - 9 or 11? Nurse Pelageya Ivanovna Solter, to whom Vadim Chernobrov reached in his research, opened a whole new area for speculations.
Testifying to the arrival of corpses in the morgue at the medical facility where she worked, she led many researchers to the idea that not one group of hikers, not only the Dyatlov group, but also another group perished in Kholat Syakhl mountain.
Unfortunately, Solter's testimony and accompanying evidence didn't bear each other out. The work with the bodies of surgeon Prudkov and nurse Solter is very difficult to clearly put in a timeline - the testimonies are very confusing.
During the interview, the well spoken Victor Solter, sincerely wishing to bring clarity, only confused his wife and led the conversation astray.
Pelageya Solter is now a widow, and due to her very advanced age she is not to be bothered with questions. They didn't mention or see the Ivdellag.
There is another world they were living in. The main industry of the region was mining, logging, and building the railway.
In February , life was in full swing in Ivdel for the winter holidays. Here is a collection depicting Ivdel and its people. The White Crematoriums.
Victims of the red revolution: The haunting faces of prisoners worked to death in Stalin's slave camps.
The four camps where the bulk of the labor army in the Urals was located are Ivdel, N. Tagil, Krasnoturyinsk and Chelyabinsk. The Gulag Camps.
The Ivdellag Ivdel Gulag is often referenced in the context of the Dyatlov Pass incident. As with the Mansi, this is a multifaceted subject that could be relevant or not, but is part of the picture nevertheless.
Learning more about it will help us understand the surroundings of the events. There should be no stone left unturned. This is the first of a series of publications that will end with a direct link from a document related to the case to the Ivdellag.
Igor Povetkin: Death by snowmobile. It is not very often I come across a novel way to kill the Dyatlov group. Usually the theories give reason for the group to leave the tent, but then they kind of let nature take its course.
Igor Povetkin ventures to point out what could inflict the hardest to explain and quickest to die from injuries. In this version Dubinina and Zolotaryov are run over by a snowmobile.
Thibeaux-Brignolle head injury, the wound on Kolevatov's head, and the abrasion on Kolmogorova's side and lower back could also have been caused by a snowmobile.
The author assures us that on February 1, , nothing fell from the sky to height , no flying saucers, no rocket engines, no comets with meteors. All the evil was done here below, on earth.
The first question that comes to mind when you look at the photos and read the diaries is if it was the weather that killed the Dyatlov group.
After all, this is the most common reason for incidents in the mountain, especially multiple deaths with no survivors.
In this part of the Urals there are no direct weather measurements, the nearest meteorological station Burmantovo being 47 miles away. What can modern methods do about the precise temperature, wind speed, wind chill index and snow cover present on that dreadful night 61 years ago?
The Prosecutor's office investigation in made it its goal to find out as much as possible. Independent experts and participants in the search operation in disagree with their conclusions.
Yudin's conclusions on clothing. Dyatlov was found in an unbuttoned fur sleeveless vest - outer side blue cotton, inner side dark grey fur.
It belonged to Yudin. Case files say he left the vest to Kolevatov, but Yudin himself said in he gave it to Doroshenko when they parted in 2nd Northern.
This letter sheds light on the manner case files were signed and investigation was conducted. Galina Sazonova has also made a point of more discrepancies in the Resolution to close the case.
It is not necessarily indicative of a cover up or is it? You trust the organs to do the right thing. Then changes come and we no longer find it proper, we try to find a motive, looking in all directions.
Trek categories and sports ranks. Vladimir Borzenkov presented us with an exclusive overview of the " Trek categories and sports ranks ", complimentary to the " Hiking experience of Dyatlov group " article.
We all know that the fateful expedition of Dyatlov group was of the highest category of difficulty. What does it mean? Were the hikers qualified and experienced for this trek?
Have you noticed the badges on Krivonischenko's photo? Krasnov reprimanded Kuryakov. A decree of the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation dated August 10, , and signed by Igor Krasnov, says that on July 11 this year, Mr.
Kuryakov, acting for personal purposes, took part in a press conference announcing the completion of the investigation into the death of Igor Dyatlov's group in He used official resources for an investigation made part of his PhD paper.
The management has also complaints against Andrey Kuryakov, that using his official position, he tried to influence the replacement of the prosecutor of Yekaterinburg.
Since , the city department has been headed by Svetlana Kuznetsova. For example, Dubinina was missing her tongue, eyes, part of the lips, as well as facial tissue and a fragment of skullbone,  while Zolotaryov had his eyeballs missing,  and Aleksander Kolevatov his eyebrows.
Vozrozhdenny, the forensic expert performing the post-mortem examination , judged that these injuries happened post-mortem due to the location of the bodies in a stream.
There was initial speculation that the indigenous Mansi people , reindeer herders local to the area, had attacked and murdered the group for encroaching upon their lands.
Several Mansi were interrogated,  but the investigation indicated that the nature of the deaths did not support this hypothesis: only the hikers' footprints were visible, and they showed no sign of hand-to-hand struggle.
Some had only one shoe, while others wore only socks. At the time, the official conclusion was that the group members had died because of a compelling natural force.
The files were sent to a secret archive. In , it was revealed that the negatives from Krivonischenko's camera were kept in the private archive of one of the investigators, Lev Ivanov.
The film material was donated by Ivanov's daughter to the Dyatlov Foundation. The diaries of the hiking party fell into Russia's public domain in On 12 April , Zolotarev's remains were exhumed on the initiative of journalists of the Russian tabloid newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda.
Contradictory results were obtained: one of the experts said that the character of the injuries resembled a person knocked down by a car, and the DNA analysis did not reveal any similarity to the DNA of living relatives.
In addition, it turned out that Zolotarev's name was not on the list of those buried at the Ivanovskoye cemetery. Nevertheless, the reconstruction of the face from the exhumed skull matched postwar photographs of Zolotarev, although journalists expressed suspicions that another person was hiding under Zolotarev's name after World War II.
In February , Russian authorities reopened the investigation into the incident, although only three possible explanations were being considered: an avalanche, a slab avalanche , or a hurricane.
The possibility of a crime had been discounted. Indeed, many of those who had remained silent for thirty years reported new facts about the accident.
In , he published an article that included his admission that the investigation team had no rational explanation for the incident. He also stated that, after his team reported that they had seen flying spheres, he then received direct orders from high-ranking regional officials to dismiss this claim.
The narrative line of the book details the everyday life and thoughts of a modern woman an alter ego of the author herself who attempts to resolve the case.
Despite its fictional narrative, Matveyeva's book remains the largest source of documentary materials ever made available to the public regarding the incident.
Also, the pages of the case files and other documentaries in photocopies and transcripts are gradually being published on a web forum for enthusiastic researchers.
The foundation's stated aim is to continue investigation of the case and to maintain the Dyatlov Museum to preserve the memory of the dead hikers.
On July 11 , Andrey Kuryakov, deputy head of the Urals Federal District directorate of the Prosecutor-General 's Office, announced an avalanche to be the "official cause of death" for the Dyatlov group in Reviewing the sensationalist " Yeti " hypothesis see below , American skeptic author Benjamin Radford suggests an avalanche as more plausible:.
They were poorly clothed because they had been sleeping, and ran to the safety of the nearby woods where trees would help slow oncoming snow.
In the darkness of night, they got separated into two or three groups; one group made a fire hence the burned hands while the others tried to return to the tent to recover their clothing since the danger had passed.
But it was too cold, and they all froze to death before they could locate their tent in the darkness. At some point, some of the clothes may have been recovered or swapped from the dead, but at any rate, the group of four whose bodies was most severely damaged were caught in an avalanche and buried under 4 meters 13 ft of snow more than enough to account for the 'compelling natural force' the medical examiner described.
Dubinina's tongue was likely removed by scavengers and ordinary predation. Evidence contradicting the avalanche theory includes:  .
Das ist wohl die schneereichste Stelle. Erschöpft errichten wir das Nachtlager. Es gibt wenig Brennholz. Das Feuer machen wir auf Holzstämmen, keiner hat Lust, eine Grube zu graben.
Abendessen im Zelt. Am Nachmittag des 1. Nachdem sie gut die Hälfte der Strecke hinter sich gebracht hatten, entschlossen sie sich, ihr Zelt am nordöstlichen Hang des Cholat Sjachl aufzuschlagen.
Unklar ist, warum sie nicht auch noch den Rest der relativ kurzen Strecke ins Loswatal zurücklegten, um — wie ursprünglich geplant — dort übernachten zu können.
Die Ermittlungsbehörden gingen später davon aus, dass das Zelt nach Uhr errichtet wurde. Um diese Uhrzeit seien auch die letzten Fotos der Djatlow-Gruppe entstanden, und gegen Uhr hätten die Wanderer mit den Vorbereitungen für die Nacht begonnen.
Rakitin glaubt hingegen, dass die Wanderer ihr letztes Lager bereits gegen Uhr aufschlugen, und die letzten Aufnahmen vor diesem Zeitpunkt entstanden sein müssen.
Seiner Ansicht nach begannen die Unglücksereignisse zwischen Uhr und Uhr. Obwohl die Gruppe nicht wie angekündigt am Februar in Wischai eingetroffen war und auch kein Telegramm an das UPI geschickt hatte, wurde zunächst nichts unternommen, da Verspätungen bei solchen Expeditionen keine Seltenheit waren.
Auch hatte es Berichte von anderen Wanderern über schwere Schneefälle in dem Gebiet gegeben, so dass es eine mögliche Erklärung für die Verzögerung gab.
Am Februar brachen drei Wandergruppen ins Suchgebiet auf, und noch am selben Tag wurden Erkundungsflüge durchgeführt, die jedoch keine Erkenntnisse über den Verbleib der Djatlow-Gruppe lieferten.
Ab dem Februar beteiligten sich zudem drei Gruppen von Studenten des UPI, die sich freiwillig gemeldet hatten, an der Suchaktion. Die Studenten wurden per Hubschrauber ins Suchgebiet gebracht.
Eine der Gruppen, die von dem Studenten Boris Slobzow geleitet wurde und aus elf Personen bestand, wurde am Berg Otorten abgesetzt.
Am darauffolgenden Tag teilte sich die Gruppe von Slobzow in drei kleinere Gruppen auf, um die Spuren in verschiedene Richtungen weiterzuverfolgen und das in der Nähe vermutete Vorratslager der Djatlow-Gruppe zu finden.
Nachdem Slobzow und Scharawin das Zelt oberflächlich inspiziert hatten, kehrten sie aufgrund des sich verschlechternden Wetters zum Basislager der Slobzow-Gruppe zurück.
Februar teilte sich die Slobzow-Gruppe erneut in kleinere Gruppen auf, um die Suche fortzusetzen. Unter dem Baum erblickten sie neben den Überresten eines erloschenen Lagerfeuers die mit einer dünnen Schneeschicht bedeckten, gefrorenen Leichen von Doroschenko und Kriwonischtschenko.
Die Rettungskräfte bildeten eine Menschenkette und begannen damit, den Hang des Cholat Sjachl mit Skistöcken und Lawinensonden nach den übrigen sieben Wanderern abzusuchen.
Sein Körper war nur teilweise von einer dünnen Schneeschicht bedeckt und lag auf dem Rücken. Ihre Leiche befand sich zwischen Djatlows Fundort und dem Zelt, wobei die Entfernung zu Djatlow ca.
März wurde das anscheinend unberührte Vorratslager der Djatlow-Gruppe im Auspijatal entdeckt. März gefunden — etwa in der Mitte zwischen den Fundorten der Leichen von Djatlow und Kolmogorowa.
Der rechte Arm befand sich angewinkelt unter der Brust, der linke war seitlich ausgestreckt. Das linke Bein war ebenfalls ausgestreckt, das rechte zum Oberkörper hin angewinkelt.
Die Leichenfundorte von Djatlow, Kolmogorowa und Slobodin befanden sich auf einer nahezu geraden Linie zwischen dem Lagerfeuer unter dem Nadelbaum und dem Zelt der Djatlow-Gruppe.
Die Suche nach Dubinina, Kolewatow, Solotarew und Tibo-Brinjol nahm mehr als zwei Monate in Anspruch.
Ihre Leichen wurden am 4. Mit dem Gesicht und der Brust lag sie auf einem Stein. Die Leichen von Djatlow, Doroschenko, Kolmogorowa und Kriwonischtschenko wurden am 4.
März von zwei Gerichtsmedizinern in einer Leichenhalle in Iwdel obduziert.The pass where they died was later named for their group leader, Igor Dyatlov. Snowmobile Author Igor Povetkin: the hikers are hunted in the headlights of a snowmobile, like animals, Dubinina Dmax Football Zolotaryov are run over, Thibeaux-Brignolle sustains blow to Gier - Rausch Des Goldes head Juli Musiklegenden