I have just purchased Teddy & Igor's book (and started reading it last night!) so I am very keen to see what this adds to the mountain of information - and ideas - that reside on this forum.
Thank you for this. Please leave a review on Amazon when you have form an opinion. As for questions, I am watching this board: Thoughts on the book
, post anything you want clarified or more information about.
I am still having PTSD from the expedite release of the book on the date Feb 1, 2021, and the unexpected setbacks at the last moment, so I am not able to follow more of the forum. I am still publishing information here, it is not done and ready, keep an eye as you read the book, the supporting information is organized per chapters of the book: https://dyatlovpass.com/1079
. For example, why the names PO Box
240, I have to get around to publish this and much more. It seems like an endless process. I am not done with the WHOIS
Perhaps it will be disappointing to hear that I have no theory on the DPI of my own to advance, nor have I settled on any other premise as a personal favourite.
These are the best readers and researchers, the unbiased ones. I have the impression that the ones that do have a favorite theory are looking only to reinforce their belief and if something doesn't add up they start trashing the author. It is unsolved case, so there is no knowing what is important and what not. Most people accuse me of presenting too much information. How can a cold case have too much information if it is true?
I would say that next to the DPI itself, the most surprising element of the mystery is in how much data/information/evidence appears to be lacking from the initial search and investigation. If I was ever up for a good conspiracy theory on the DPI, it might certainly center around the quantity and quality of investigative documents and evidence that has been released publicly ... and with respect to this whether or not there was any information & evidence that was withheld. Of course, the other side of this is that we can see everything that the investigation produced, nothing, in fact, was withheld, and it was simply an investigation that was initiated, managed and released in perhaps a less than professional manner.
One area that Kuryakov dived into was the manner this case was processed compared to other cases from the same time. Here are his findings:https://dyatlovpass.com/investigation-materials-3
The title The criminal case on the death of the Dyatlov group was cut short
is misleading because it wasn't any shorter than other cases. Titles are usually clickbaits for a scandal. This is another thing I find very annoying: Dyatlov Pass has become a clickbait
My advice from working the case for 9 years is keep your emotions in check because after certain time people stop trying to make sense from the case and start arguing with each other. This was the reason I didn't start a forum right away, but then Loose Cannon convinced me and now I have to keep an eye on it, but boy, can I get without all the drama. As if we matter, we don't. The case matters. Anyway, you seem like a reasonable and sensible guy, welcome to the forum. As they say in Latin America Mi "forum" es su "forum"