I will admit; I have some questions that are mainly curiosity based (like the mention of seeing a red haired man holding one of the women, who both had died crawling together. I just wonder which guy that was? I'm mostly curious because I'm a red head, lol! I got the impression Dyatlov had reddish hair, and Slobodan? Again, its just curiosity that has no bearing on anything.)
Otherwise, even if you don't come to the same conclusions, the amount of information in this book is staggering. There is more packed into this one book than any other on the market, regardless of theorem. That alone has helped change my entire view of the incident and parts of my world view, to be absolutely honest. I always wanted to know more; we all do. But this book makes me want more than I did before, if that makes sense?
At any rate, thank you, Teddy. Both of you. Your passion for this is unquestionable.