He attributed to me that I allegedly identified the intimate parts of Zina's clothing and what the first five bodies were found in, but naturally I could not do this since I was not present at the autopsy and undressing of the bodies... I was naive and signed the inventory without reading it, firmly believing in the actions of the investigator.
Yudin saw the bodies but was not present at the autopsy when they would have been stripped from their clothing in the context of identifying undergarments.https://dyatlovpass.com/yuri-yudin#clothing
As Zoya Nikitichna Savina, nurse’s aide at the hospital, would later recall she saw Yudin crying at the morgue’s door. As Yudin himself would later recall, he was summoned to the Sverdlovsk regional prosecutor's office for identification and dispatched to Ivdel. In the morgue, Yuri saw Dyatlov's body under a sheet, and a little later the still frozen corpse of Slobodin, which had just been transported from the pass. Recollections of Zoya Nikitichna Savina: https://www.kp.ru/daily/25946.5/2890373/
In your expeditions to the area, did you obtain photographic or physical evidence of the fallen branch?
Not a branch, a huge tree, another cedar. They call it Teodora's cedar. It is 6m from The cedar, very close to the bodies and fire.
The dead cedar is covered with moss and you can see it in this frame: https://youtu.be/F28fwI_fhig?t=767
Here I am riding the tree https://youtu.be/_JkkKm44iEM?t=311
This is the semicircle of the trunk
You can see that the tree is uprooted
Searching with metal detectors and finding the tin can
This is not all, for the first time after the incident a tin can was dug up from the area of the cedar which will most probably prove to be from 1958. For now form the marking at the bottom we know that it is from one of this years: 1948, 1958, 1968 or 1978. You can read about it here: https://dyatlovpass.com/LMKK
I am in touch with the plant that manufactured the can (they gave me an official confirmation
that this is their can) waiting on a definitive way to narrow down the year. I sent them some ideas. Waiting on a response. Until now the exchange was made though the paper that recognized the importance of the finding and call their article "Canned time"
, but since it was going slow now I started writing the Lyubinskiy Molochnokonservnyy Kombinat
see how fast it goes.
Since I cam back from the expedition
I am overwhelmed with evidence that support my theory and I am trying to find conformation form dendrologist.
I gave tree cores and waiting to hear back. I am publishing information here for the experts, this is not ready for the public but since you jumped the gun - here is information in progress
GlennM, I don't have a comment for the rest of your questions. I mean I can get into the dept of how was the tent handled after it was found and what did it look like etc. but whatever I can tell you you can find it yourself
and draw your own conclusions.
I am so overwhelmed with the importance of what I have to prove that it is taking all my time and focus. I agreed on an interview Nov 20, I am not sure I will have the results by then, but I will definitely share what I know. It is a lot more than I have published. I am not ready to wrap it up with a conclusion.
When I have back the results from the dendrologist I will move all this information into a dedicated post.
Dr. Momchil Panayotov
University of Forestry, Dendrology Dept.http://dendrologybg.com/dendrochron/team_Momchil_Panayotov.htmhttps://scholar.google.bg/citations?user=_r4micIAAAAJ&hl=en