In Russia, the students first try to contact a member of the initial 1959 expedition who turned back after the first day. Major chest fractures Missing her tongue, eyes, part of the lips, as well as facial tissue and a fragment of skullbone; tongue was missing Semyon Zolotaryov 38 ravine 75m He was wearing Dubinina's faux fur coat and hat; camera on his neck. According to a 2001 of the medical literature by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, such symptoms range from annoyance to fatigue to nausea. Most were students or graduates of Ural Polytechnical Institute. Nevertheless, the reconstruction of the face from the exhumed skull agrees with the post-war photographs of Semyon, although journalists express suspicions that another person was hiding under the name of Semyon Zolotarev after the war.
There are indeed records of parachute mines being tested by the Soviet military in the area around the time the hikers were there. In addition, the pages of the case files and other documentaries in photocopies and transcripts are gradually being published on a web forum for enthusiastic researchers. In the morning, two hikers are seen approaching from the distance. Karpushin fills an unknown page of an old tragic history, although it is in many respects at odds with the well-known versions. In the aftermath of the terrible tragedy and the mystery surrounding it, 26-year-old Sverdlovsk pilot Gennadiy Patrushev made an independent investigation into the causes of the death of the Dyatlov group. According to Dr Boris Vozrozhdenny, the force required to cause such damage would have been extremely high, comparable to the force of a car crash. The first morning in Siberian waste brings the first mystery: huge footprints on the snow.
They decide to keep it in secret for a while, since the rest of the group is already too edgy. Recovered video tells their story when hacker group Conspira-Leaks gains access to the footage. Group member Ludmila Dubinina was missing her tongue. Parachute mines detonate while still in the air rather than upon striking the Earth's surface and produce signature injuries similar to those experienced by the hikers: Heavy internal damage with comparably less external trauma. After hiking further, they again hear howling and find footprints that lead to a weather tower. Birthdate Age Gender Notes Ref. A little further away lay another body.
The inquest officially ceased in May 1959 as a result of the absence of a guilty party. The soldiers drag the bodies of Holly and Jenson back into the facility. One location was approximately 80 to 100 metres from the pine tree where the bodies of Doroshenko and Krivonischenko were found and the other suggested location was so close to the tree that anyone in the snow shelter could have spoken to those at the tree without raising their voices to be heard. A news report reveals that the five students subsequently disappeared in the mountains. Some were found wrapped in snips of ripped clothes that seemed to have been cut from those who were already dead.
According to his widow Valeriya Nikolaevna her husband's YaK was sabotaged burri what he had found about the deaths of Dyatlov group. In fact, this real-life story could already become a plot for a movie. They appeared to have suffered traumatic pressure or crush injuries, and the tongue of one had been ripped out. Indeed, many of those who had remained silent for thirty years reported new facts about the accident. Since the four injured bodies were found in a nearby 13-foot ravine, a sensible assumption is that an avalanche caused the hikers to flee suddenly. Bodies were actually found few feet from their improvised shelter in the deep part of the ravine on the area of only 4 m 2.
On 1 July 2016, a memorial plaque was inaugurated in in Ural's Perm Region, dedicated to Yuri Yudin the sole survivor of the expedition group who died in 2013. After this, they hear the injured guy screaming and obviously dying and run into two scary, teleporting humanoid creatures. The end of the movie is probably its best part, even though it contradicts the rest of the movie: it is dynamic, scary, and the finale is disturbing and mind-boggling. An examination of the four bodies found in May changed the cource of the whole investigation. Holly also sees that he is missing his tongue. The commanding officer orders the bodies to be stripped and hung on meat hooks. Those who fell in the ravine then broke their bones and even bit off a tongue.
On 31 January, the group arrived at the edge of a highland area and began to prepare for climbing. Apart from the fact that they froze to death, no one knows why. Any rational version of how the tragedy occurred has at least one serious flaw that does not fit in the explanation, and the circumstances in which the group died are more than strange. It turned out that the autopsy reports don't quite match the injuries they found during the excavation. They had managed to dig out a den in the snow, lay it down with branches in an effort to keep themselves warm. Author Yuri Yarovoi, who was first to write a fictionalized account of what happened at Dyatlov Pass, is suggested to have been assassinated in a suspicious auto accident.
Similar spheres were observed in Ivdel and adjacent areas continually during the period from February to March 1959, by various independent witnesses including the meteorology service and the military. According to Eichar's theory, the infrasound generated by the wind as it passed over the top of the Holatchahl mountain was responsible for causing physical discomfort and mental distress in the hikers. At night, Holly and Jenson discover a hatch-like door in the snow nearby. If Semyon Zolotaryov is not buried at the Ivanovskoe Cemetery in Yekaterinburg, then who? The blond girl, the cameraman, and the injured guy hide in the bunker, and the strangers seal the door from the outside. At the time, this was the highest certification available in the Soviet Union, and required candidates to traverse 300 kilometres 190 mi.
He himself is a Dyaltov Pass tragedy researcher and an avid photographer which makes it a very good start for the discussion. Nurse Pelageya Ivanovna Solter, to whom Vadim Chernobrov reached in his research, opened a whole new area for speculations. Archived from on 9 September 2015. In the morning, Yeti-like footprints are found around the tents. In an upstairs window, the students see a man they assume to be the survivor; he holds up a sign in Russian and is dragged away by orderlies. The campers are awoken in the dark by the sound of explosions. Soon they find an old disabled meteorological tower, with a torn out human tongue inside.
All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. The skull superimposition performed by expert Sergey Nikitin matched 13 points of max 24 only 12 are needed to declare perfect fit. Although Yudin died in 2012, he is renamed Piotr Karov in the film, presumably because he is depicted as an institutionalized madman, which Yudin was not. Nevertheless, I liked the movie. In addition, it turned out that the name of Semyon Zolotarev is not on the list of buried at the Ivanovskoye cemetery. So it throws them all in a pot and sets the script to boil. 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 apparently passed.