The Rav4 had to be moved.. They didnt die in the ravine.
Says who? This is not fact.
Especially not all lined up like that..
And Georgy had to be moved as he was burned and but not near the fire when found. Tho he could have moved himself.. I doubt that tho..
We already know Yuri's corpses were tampered by the group. I have already explain that moving your friends together after death is not suspicious.
Whats odd is that they are lined up. Maybe they didnt know if they were dead or maybe still dying at the time..
Two in the ravine are embracing. Normal behavior. One is a few inches away. Normal behavior and was probably embracing at one point too... Or was already dead. The reason they are close is likely because that is the only area of the ravine that they dropped into. They were gravely wounded there. The den was nearby, I think the 3 men were moving to get others to the den (possibly the already injured lyuda) when they stepped on a false snow ledge and fell from the top of the bank, into the ravine, onto the stream rocks they were found on.
Lyuda is a few feet away. She was leaning on a ledge, NOT LINED UP. I think she was trying to climb the ledge she was found leaning on to either get to the others who had already fallen or to get to the den.
In order not repeat myself and to highlight only the most important, I will try answer in the remaining few minutes....
1. Their "hugging" can only be normal for carrying Zolotarev on the back of Kolevatov. No fantasy of "warming up" makes any physical sense. Zolotarev's clothes are more powerful and this process is not completely realistic in the cold.
2.No injuries could have been sustained in that ravine. There is not enough energy there for such injuries. Very low banks. Also, the "collapse of the ledge" is twice the fake.
A) there was very little snow for "collapse."
B) no "cornice" is forming there. This is contrary to the nature of such phenomena. In warm years, the niche of "sweating out" low snow from the creek is so small that not even fingernail could be broken there.
C) the creek rocks are heavily vegetated and have blanket of snow in winter, which creates good crèche. That's why nothing would break there. They could only be injured 40...50 m from this spot. There's as 6 to 8 meter (18 to 25 ft) high slope and it's real there.
D) contrary to all legends, this foursome was not at the campfire, and they were not carried from there, but to the campfire, that is, there. Otherwise, their actions represent sheer stupidity. Although it seems logical to some. But these people do not know the conditions in that place, nor do they have any experience of such travel, and they have no idea what the real cold is and how deal with it.
E) Lyuda, in her condition, was not only unable "climb" anywhere, but it was even too difficult for her breathe. I'm not sure that she was still alive 20 to 30 minutes after the injury. They brought her there and put her "as is" without considering her state of viability. Alas, these are the circumstances and the reality of the case.
F) in the condition in which the three were after the trauma, no one, except maybe Zolotarev, could move at all on his own. Of course, except for Kolevatov, who could do something, and did, as the only one among them.