Good night, Teddy. Thank you very much for making your report public at the Conference of posthumous tribute to the great expert, Yuri Kuntsevich. I have known about the tragic event for years and in Spain, many news media and TV programs echoed it in its day. For this reason, I am glad that your book has been translated into my language, since the unknowns still persist. In my particular case, I bought it in digital format last year hours after it went on sale and although I disagree with your hypothesis of a natural arboreal nature, I consider it essential due to its originality, unpublished geological documents and an exhaustive investigation worthy of a doctoral thesis, regarding the chronology of the events and the biography of the many people involved.
I found your quote about geological prospecting and exploration craters very interesting, and also about Prosecutor Tempalov, since, as your book reflects, among other sources, he was a heavy mortar artillery commander in WWII and it seems that he observed craters in a helicopter impact. 3 years ago I wrote in your forum, that I am one of the people who has located a potential explosive impact crater, which registers a diameter of almost 11 m and occupies an area of 92 square meters. In my hypothesis, said crater was produced by the explosive detonation of a ballistic missile that failed in the flight test phase and that could be the second phase of an R-7, an R-12 or the Storm cruise missile and whose wave high-frequency seismic, was recorded at the Yekaterinburg seismic station by the advanced short-period seismometer CKM 3Z and GMT time of 4:07:54 a.m. on February 2, 1959. It is true that 9,100 km from Distance Several stations recorded an earthquake in the Barents Sea, but due to its distance, the distance in minutes between the PYS wave would have been longer than those reflected in the seismogram of the Ekaterimbugo station, which is only 1 minute.
Yuri Kuntsevich may he rest in peace, he was aware of my hypothesis and furthermore, I proposed that in the summer expeditions not only the logical commemorative photography be captured, but also a bit of field research with the incorporation of an exploration drone, of the crater in question, which is located in the Lozva Valley. Likewise, I have written 3 times to the Foundation with the novelty of collaborating financially on the drone, but unfortunately, I still have no response. Lastly, I'm thinking, if I have time, of contacting Medical Examiner Tumanov. Because it was always surprising to me in relation to Thibeaux's autopsy, that both a forensic doctor and a criminalistics expert, would not have reflected a pattern of canine bites with respect to his right hand, since deep puncture wounds and the dentition of the lower jaw on the back of his hand, which could have been caused by a dog with a dolichocephalic skull such as the wolf, the West Siberian laika, or even a German shepherd trained in the search and capture of convicts belonging to the forces of the Ministry inland.
I'll give you descriptive information, in case you're interested:1. Coordinates:
Image 1: https://postimg.cc/G4v3z0vf
Image 2: https://postimg.cc/WqcT0hCH
Image 3: https://postimg.cc/HJjZdm3Z
Image 4: https://ibb.co/r52S4dm2. Soviet map with missile trajectories:
(one of them Baikonur-Nouvelle Zembla, is near the Dyatlov pass)https://ibb.co/hgDMj213. Missile:
The flight tests of the R7 missile were carried out from December 24, 1958 to November 27, 1959. Of the 16 missiles launched, 2 of them failed due to deviations in the propulsion system and it is probable that some of the 2 it was the one that crashed on the slope of the Jólat Siajl mountain and was also photographed by the camera of Semyon Alekseevich Zolotaryov.
References:https://epizodsspace.airbase.ru/bibl/energia46-96/03.htmlhttps://ibb.co/syD8LNB4. Impact and seismogram:
It should be remembered that the CKM 3Z short-period seismograph recorded industrial explosions and local earthquakes, as well as rock bursts that occurred in the mines of the Kizelovsky coal basin,
4.1. Typical impact sequencehttps://ibb.co/jWLp3Lj
4.3 Distances in km according to wavelength P and Shttps://ibb.co/jwPBd4h5. Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle's right hand man.
(In case any family member reads me, I write with all due respect)
5.1. Right hand pre and port mortem:https://ibb.co/y8s6ff7
5.2 Pattern of dog bite injuries:https://ibb.co/h7WRLg5
5.3 Various and frequent bites on the hand:https://postimg.cc/N2KkZm1N
Of course, being a hypothesis I can be 100% wrong. However, thanks for reading and sorry for the length of the post.