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June 28, 2021, 09:29:21 AM
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IGOR PAVLOV died suddenly on June 24, 2021.

Let his soul rest in peace. He now knows all the answers we are still looking for.

"I think that the best memory of Igor is his book. His wife told me that he was over the moon when it came out. Get the book, this will be our gratitude and respect for Igor, and to  support to his wife... the widow. This all applies to anyone who sincerely want to keep Igor's memory and help his work to see the light of day." Landau, Igor's close friend, the bearer of the sad news

"Igor Pavlov, our s777 has died. How come? What are we going to do without him now?! As if the heart has been ripped out.
He always helped in everything, knew everything. If Igor did not know, then probably no one knew at all. And he was always available, always answering questions, giving advice. How much has been done with its help, how many meetings and addresses, how many reflections, discussions and consultations.
He was our privy councilor and just a very good person. A friend." Helga, Igor's friend and frequent forum member

"Igor was the brains of our research. I called him to myself - our Gray Cardinal. Good or bad, but it was he who led many and at the same time he was impeccably clean in our affairs: never came from him forgeries and simply dubious documents. His website is flawless.
When our next rewind and gullies gave up and confusion arose in my soul - one thing was to write to Igor and he will answer right away and somehow everything is fair again and everything is where it belongs. And all this is gone, it is so final and tragic, and we live on. But how?" Helga, Igor's friend and frequent forum member

"On June 24, Igor Pavlov, a researcher of the Dyatlov case, died from a sudden illness (not coronovirus). Few knew him by this name, he was better known as 777 (and derived nicknames) for 12.5 years in the subject, he collected a huge archive of data, communicated with major researchers and the result of his work is the book "1079" (https: / /vk.com/wall27607789_2613) (co-authored with Teodora Hadjiyska). He was a very good person and an excellent analyst, it is a pity that the best leave and it is a shame that it is so early (he was only 57 years old). Eternal memory to him! And let his book become a monument to his contribution to our cause. This year we will release it in Russian on paper. Follow the news. In the meantime, you can study the site on the content of which he has been working continuously lately DYATLOVPASS.COM" Yuri Kuntsevich, Chairman of Dyatlov Group Memory Fund

"My post from June 10, 2021: We were overly optimistic. I apologize. Everything shifts to autumn.
It's a pity, Igor, that I can not tell you that the book was completed (by a coincidence) in the period June 23-29, 2021. Now, together with Teodora Hadjiyska, we continue to work on the book. But it can really come out in the fall, because summer is a "dead" season for book publishing. Let's see, let's try to do everything in the best way." KUK, Dyatlov Group Memory Fund

"This book meant a lot to him and it is really amazing. But it's not about the book - it's about Igor. I did not know a more decent person in Dyatlov's case research. If it were not for him, I would have left the topic without even having time to enter it many years ago. But I was very lucky - Timur introduced us. All I know is thanks to him. And again this is not the main thing - all this time, especially when the conflicts began, he did me the honor of becoming a moral judge and saying "stop" if he thought that some boundaries were crossed or could be crossed. This applied not only to the Dyatlov case studies, it applied to everything.
Everything I am writing now is empty. On the 24th, Igor s777 left us." Galina Sazonova (Vietnamka), Igor's close friend

"Igor was an outstanding researcher and systematizar of everything related to the death of the Dyatlov group. Eternal memory.
Shortly before his death, Igor Pavlov, co-authored with Teodora Hadjiyska, and published a book that became one of the main events of Dyatlov Annual Conference 2021 and is a large-scale work with the author's theory." Dmitrievskaya, Moderator

"He managed to leave his work for the public, book 1079 (https://dyatlovpass.com/1079), which will be printed in Russian too.
I strongly recommend everyone to read this book so that those who did not know him would appreciate a level unattainable for the vast majority of Dyatlov researchers." KUK, Dyatlov Foundation

Igor's first post on our forum:
Hi! My name is Igor Pavlov. It's an honor for me to be on this forum. You may notice my name on the cover of "1079" next to Teddy's. I hope you enjoy the book. I hope you even find some answers on Dyatlov case.

Igor's last post:
I'll write a summary, please correct me if I'm getting anything wrong.

1) Dyatlov's group was at peace in the tent. It says it's nice and warm. They fell asleep. A tree fell. The lightly wounded were dragging out the heavily wounded. They were dying. The rest froze to death, either in the woods or trying to find help. Yes
2) Authorities received a report of the disappearance of the expedition. They feared the tourists were killed by those working for the geologists or by accident. They were afraid they would be held responsible and punished. Disposal. The authorities couldn't get a report of the disappearance of the expedition, because the bodies were discovered from the air in early February, when no one in Sverdlovsk knew about the disappearance of the group
3) They sent a group not listed anywhere to look for the tourists. (From the plane, a frozen man/woman couple in a hug could be seen). The group found them and the others in the woods. Those who matched the description of "hypothermia" were selected and scattered around the area. So they were "found" later. Yes
4) Those with injuries ended up at the creek where they were later found. Why was Kolevatov among those who succumbed to their wounds and they didn't use his body as well, and an unknown body was used instead? If I understand the references to six bodies and Kolevatov being pulled out of the river with Zolo, Tibo and Lyuda. What did I miss? Most likely, the injured could not be pulled out from under the tree. They were later found by a search party. The conclusion about the possibility of their injury was made on the basis of the discovery of bodies under a tree (autopsy was not performed). Most likely Kolevatov was also under the tree

« Last Edit: July 07, 2021, 01:45:26 PM by Teddy »

June 28, 2021, 10:19:36 AM
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He'll be missed. His knowledge of the case was exhaustive. Rest In Peace sir. Has an official cause of death been determined?

June 28, 2021, 10:29:20 AM
Reply #2


Pancreatic cancer in the last stage.
I didn't know.
He lived to see his book out.
« Last Edit: June 28, 2021, 01:07:55 PM by Teddy »

June 28, 2021, 12:12:06 PM
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Форум https://pereval1959.kamrbb.ru/ выражает соболезнования по уходу Игоря Павлова,  из жизни. Вечная память и мои извинения.

June 28, 2021, 12:35:48 PM
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Igor Pavlov died suddenly on June 24, 2021. Let his soul rest in peace. He now knows all the answers we are still looking for.
Oh, gosh!  I'm so sorry to hear about that.

June 28, 2021, 01:55:11 PM
Reply #5


I am sorry to hear this. May he rest in peace.
"Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize it." Mark Twain

June 28, 2021, 04:20:13 PM
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so sorry to hear that. RIP Igor xx

June 28, 2021, 10:34:51 PM
Reply #7


Rest in peace. Good luck wherever you go ...

June 29, 2021, 04:13:47 AM
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Aimee K

R.I.P Igor. Thank you for all of your knowledge.
Aimee K

June 29, 2021, 09:26:55 AM
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Teddy,I am so sorry for your loss.

July 01, 2021, 01:50:12 AM
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Oh what desperately sad news, I'm so sorry Teddy, please be certain to look after yourself.

July 01, 2021, 07:47:42 PM
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What a brave man for sharing what he knew about the Dyatlov Pass case and helping others to understand what those 9 tourists endured. Igor Pavlov was suffering quietly himself. May he Rest In Peace. My condolences to his family.

July 02, 2021, 11:50:55 AM
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Игорь Павлов собрал ту базу, на основе которой англоязычное сообщество узнало первичные данные ("матчасть" по-русски) данной истории. Он был не единственный, но лучший по совокупности всего. Я знал его по переписке 8-9 лет. И мне будет очень сильно его не хватать. Читайте его книгу, цените его труд. Он этого более чем достоен. Соболезнования родным и близким выражаем. Не знаю как он относился к религии, но пусть будет R.I.P.
Igor Pavlov put together the foundation on which the English-speaking world learned the basic data of this case. He was not the only one, but the best in the totality of everything. I knew him by correspondence for 8-9 years. And I will miss him very much. Read his book, appreciate his work. He is more than worthy of this. We express our condolences to family and friends. I don't know how he felt about religion, but let his soul R.I.P.*

* The ninth day after death in Eastern Orthodox Christianity is believed the spirit of the deceased has joined the nine choirs of holy angels, or simply put we revere the soul of the departed.
« Last Edit: July 03, 2021, 02:11:27 AM by Teddy »

July 03, 2021, 01:26:05 AM
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KUK represents the Dyatlov Group Memory Fund (aka Dyatlov Foundation). He is the right hand of Kuntsevich.

July 05, 2021, 05:48:31 PM
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I had no idea until today.  I am so sorry, and yet deeply thankful that he was able to share so much of his knowledge and leave the completed book behind.  My heartfelt condolences to his family. 

July 09, 2021, 06:35:17 AM
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I never met Igor, but I have had the pleasure of reading his book. His dedication to this case was amazing!

July 14, 2021, 03:20:48 PM
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Star man

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Am glad he got to see the book released,  Sad news.


Star man

August 02, 2021, 12:45:20 AM
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40 days since the passing of IGOR PAVLOV


August 05, 2021, 11:07:26 AM
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August 05, 2021, 01:39:52 PM
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Sorry for your loss Teddy and rest in peace Igor Pavlov.

It's nice to see there has been 18k views and 2.8 likes on you tube.

August 17, 2021, 03:29:15 PM
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𝕃𝕦𝕘𝕟, 𝕓𝕒𝕣𝕒 𝕝𝕦𝕘𝕟

November 25, 2021, 07:08:49 PM
Reply #21


Case-Files Achievement Recipient
Sorry to hear the news.

December 05, 2021, 03:18:13 AM
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R.I.P. Igor Pavlov

March 13, 2022, 08:25:16 PM
Reply #23


With respect and appreciation.
We don't have to say everything that comes into our head.

March 14, 2022, 04:07:51 AM
Reply #24



Happy Pi Day Igor “π” Pavlov

Happy Pi Day

I had this prepared for Igor while he was alive. Wanted to congratulate him on Pi Day with this cake.

« Last Edit: March 14, 2022, 04:16:06 AM by Teddy »

March 14, 2022, 09:25:23 AM
Reply #25


A lovely gesture.

June 07, 2022, 02:45:04 AM
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I have been on the case for 10 years. I have never heard anyone explain the mystery surrounding the Dyatlov Pass incident in all its complexity and myriad discrepancies. Igor Pavlov's theory explains all the facts and it is the only plausible explanation for the coldest case of the 20th century. Since our book came out I do not look for yet another solution anymore, but focus on bringing to light all the information I can put my hands on. The core of this data lies in Igor Pavlov's exhaustive archive which he compiled for decades. Today he would have been 58 year old and it is the first birthday he is not going to see, at least not from this side of the world.
Teodora (Teddy) Hadjiyska

Shortly before his death Igor Pavlov wrote these lines:

Их было 9.
Они любили жизнь и не думали о смерти.
Их тела обнаружили в глуши Уральских гор.
Как и почему они погибли?
Йети, НЛО, лавина, ураган или люди?
Или роковое стечение обстоятельств?
Расследование продолжалось 63 года.
Свидетели знали: жить хочешь — молчи.
Только сейчас можно рассказать о том,
Что произошло на склоне высоты 1079…

There were nine of them
They loved life
They didn’t think about death
But they were all to meet their death
In the wilderness of the Urals.
How – and why – did they die?
Who – or what – killed them?
Was it Yeti? Aliens? A natural disaster?
A fatal coincidence or cold-blooded murder?
The investigation lasted 63 years
Because the witnesses knew
That if they wanted to live
They had to keep silent.
But now, at last, we can talk about
What happened on the slope of 1079…

« Last Edit: June 07, 2022, 06:36:33 AM by Teddy »
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June 27, 2022, 04:23:57 PM
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For the one year anniversary of the death of IGOR PAVLOV (7 June 1964 - 24 June 2021) I went to the Dead Mountain in Austria and climbed it's highest peak Großer Priel 2515 m. For those who are not aware, our book "1079" describes the events that took place on 1-2 February 1959 on the mountain called Kholat Syakhl, or Dead Mountain in indigenous Mansi language. 1079 is the label and mention of that mountain on all maps and documents from that time. The name Dead Mountain gained popularity much later. By calling the book 1079 we are referring to the non-fictitious nature of our account of events. Sadly, Igor Pavlov didn't live to see his book in print.

More photos from the album  Totes Gebirge 2022

June 25, 2023, 02:00:13 AM
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I had a funeral to go to yesterday. A relative of mine. The last time I saw my aunt I told her about the Dyatlov Pass. She saw a TV interview and was proud. Yesterday was her funeral. Without marking any date I put in the grave for Igor Pavlov a stone from the exact spot where this picture was taken and a casino chip with 777. Igor Pavlov's nickname was s777. Only after opening my mail today did I realize that it has been 2 years yesterday. Even without planning fate is marking the time. Igor Pavlov did the hard part, he gathered the facts, put them together, solved the case, wrote the book. We should have been together now having the "fun" part of proving it. I will try my best to do it for both of us. I miss him.
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