The Swedes have unraveled the mystery of the death of group of Dyatlov
• The Swedes have unraveled the mystery of the death of group of Dyatlov
In recent years, significantly increased interest in the mysterious death of a tourist group Dyatlov, which occurred in 1959. Swedish researchers have recently returned from an expedition to the Dyatlov Pass, have put forward their own version, in which the reliability is absolutely sure.
The strange and terrible events of 60 years ago, took place on the hillside Otorten tried to explain in different ways. Someone accused of killing nine local tourists Mansi, someone thought that the tragedy occurred through the fault of the military, and some even the rattling extraterrestrial civilization.
Northern Urals is severe even in summer
The official version, adopted in the Soviet era, it was possible to describe a quote from a multi-volume business. All were satisfied with the explanation that nine young, strong and skilled enough tourists ruined "elemental force, to overcome that people were not able to."
Two Swedes - Richard Holmgren (Richard Holmgren) and Andreas Lilegren (Andreas Liljegren), went to winter in the Northern Urals to the place of death of group of Dyatlov, to finally put an end to this matter. Researchers started off as dyatlovtsy, in the dead of winter, and proceeded along the route Sverdlovsk dead. Holmgren told the press that the result of hard and dangerous expedition is important, first of all, to himself.
"The interest in this puzzle for a long time and we have racked up a scientific point of view, and in terms of myths and legends. I'm an archaeologist, and in my blood the desire to explore the past in an attempt to understand what happened. "
The memorial on the site of the tragedy
Experienced in polar travel Scandinavians were unpleasantly surprised by the way they were met by the Northern Urals. According to one of the researchers, when they reached their last stop Dyatlov group is completely exhausted. The place where the Swedes had to pitch tents, was silent eerily, as temperatures reach -50 degrees.
In such circumstances, the night was not only uncomfortable but also unsafe - food instantly turned into ice even in a tent, where she worked as a gas burner. Richard and Andreas pointed out that in 1959 tourists were equipped much worse than they are, and it is difficult to imagine how difficult they had the coldest month of the year on Otortene.
50-degree frost and strong wind have caused panic and destruction dyatlovtsev, Swedish scientists say
Richard Holmgren, assessing the situation on the pass and comparing publicly available facts, has concluded that Dyatlov group died due to weather conditions, hitting parked in strong snow storm in panic leaving the camp. That is to say that the Swedish version is the same as the official Soviet. According to the researchers, their version may also explain some of the injuries found on the bodies of tourists.
Broken ribs and Holmgren Lilegren explain pressurized dense snow layer which has a two-meter at Otortene thickness. The lack of a body of one of the participants of the campaign and eye language, Swedes consider the consequence of normal decomposition - the corpse was lying so that his head was in the creek. As for the unusual orange color of all the bodies, he, according to Swedish scientists, was the result of their long stay in the open air at very low temperatures.
Travelers admitted that traces of radiation have been found on the clothing of the victims, as well as skull trauma, it is difficult to explain the difficult weather conditions. And both are absolutely sure that the deaths of the tourists are not involved nor the local hunters Mansi, neither the military nor the alien visitors. Holmgren also sure that I could not kill a student and an avalanche. They pitched a tent with a friend on the same site as the group Dyatlov, and this slope, in their view are too shallow for the avalanche.
Russian experts, led by the head of memory fund group Dyatlov Yuriy Kuntsevich, questioned the competence of the Swedes. The Russians believe that the version that the Soviet tourists could drive out of the tent into the cold strong wind, does not hold water. Kuntcevich also noted that foreign visitors have come from a very different world, and not too well imagine the level of tourists in the USSR.