DYATLOV PASS

Case files

Volume I

Cover Russian scanned pages
Index Russian scanned pages
Receipt Russian scanned pages
Decision to open a case Russian 1 scanned pages
Discovery protocol of hikers camp site Russian 2 scanned pages
Report of survey the scene Russian 3 – 6 scanned pages
Protocol of the Route Commission Russian 7 scanned pages
Protocol inspection of the storage (labaz) Russian 8 – 10 scanned pages
Protocol inspection of items found at the scene Russian 11 – 20 scanned pages
Copy of Dyatlov group diary Russian 21 – 28 typewritten copy from the case files
Copy of Kolmogorova's diary (actually not Kolmogorova's)      Russian 29 – 30 typewritten copy from the case files
Copy of hikers combat leaflet Russian 31 typewritten copy from the case files
Information about Dyatlov group expedition Russian 32 – 35 scanned pages
Organization of Searches Russian 36 – 39 scanned pages
Dryahlyh witness testimony Russian 40 – 41 scanned pages
Ryazhnev witness testimony Russian 42 – 43 scanned pages
Cheglakov witness testimony Russian 44 – 45 scanned pages
Rempel witness testimony Russian 46 – 47 scanned pages
V. M. Popov witness testimony Russian 48 scanned pages
I. V. Pashin witness testimony Russian 49 – 50 scanned pages
E. I. Chagin witness testimony Russian 51 – 52 scanned pages
S. A. Valyukevichus witness testimony Russian 53 scanned pages
V. A. Krasnobaev witness testimony Russian 54 – 55 scanned pages
V. S. Mayorova witness testimony Russian 56 – 57 scanned pages
E. P. Lopatina witness testimony Russian 58 – 59 scanned pages
I. E. Uvarov witness testimony Russian 60 – 61 scanned pages
E. P. Maslennikov witness testimony Russian 62 – 75 scanned pages
Maps of hikers campsites Russian 76 – 81 scanned images
N. Bahtiyarov witness testimony Russian 82 – 83 scanned pages
N. Y. Bahtiyarov witness testimony Russian 84 – 85 scanned pages
P. S. Bahtiyarov witness testimony Russian 86 – 87 scanned pages
Chernyshov witness testimony Russian 88 – 93 scanned pages
F. M. Zhiltsov witness testimony Russian 94 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Rustem Slobodin Russian 95 – 103 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Yuri Doroshenko Russian 104 – 111 scanned pages
Autopsy report of G. Krivonischenko Russian 112 – 119 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Igor Dyatlov Russian 120 – 126 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Kolmogorova Russian 127 – 134 scanned pages
Titov report Russian 135 scanned pages
Radiograms Russian 136 – 198 scanned pages
Project plan for the expedition of Dyatlov group Russian 199 – 208 scanned pages
Atmanaki witness testimony Russian 209 – 220 scanned pages
Mokrushin witness testimony Russian 221 – 222 scanned pages
Pavel Bahtiyarov witness testimony Russian 223 scanned pages
S. Bahtiyarov witness testimony Russian 224 scanned pages
Petr Bahtiyarov witness testimony Russian 225 – 226 scanned pages
Piguzova report Russian 227 scanned pages
Gorbushin witness testimony Russian 228 – 229 scanned pages
Anyamov witness testimony Russian 230 – 231 scanned pages
G. Kurikov witness testimony Russian 232 scanned pages
Protocols of item identification Russian 233 – 257 scanned pages
Receipt from Zolotaryova Russian 258 – 259 scanned pages
Avenburg report Russian 260 scanned pages
N. Anyamov witness testimony Russian 261 – 262 scanned pages
Sheshkin witness testimony Russian 263 scanned pages
Savkin witness testimony Russian 264 scanned pages
Malik witness testimony Russian 265 scanned pages
Novikov witness testimony Russian 266 scanned pages
Anisimov witness testimony Russian 267 scanned pages
Ufimtsev witness testimony Russian 268 – 269 scanned pages
Kolevatova witness testimony Russian 270 – 272 scanned pages
Krivonischenko witness testimony Russian 273 – 274 scanned pages
V. M. Slobodin witness testimony Russian 275 – 281 scanned pages
Request from Gordo to Matveev Russian 282 scanned pages
Kurochkin Matveev witness testimony * Russian 283 scanned pages
A. N. Dubinin witness testimony * Russian 284 – 287 scanned pages
V. I. Korolyov witness testimony * Russian 288 – 289 scanned pages
V. G. Karelin witness testimony Russian 290 – 292 scanned pages
Y. E. Yudin witness testimony Russian 293 – 294 scanned pages
Additional questioning Maslennikov * Russian 295 – 297 scanned pages
Slobtsov witness testimony * Russian 298 – 300 scanned pages
Decision for appointing a criminal expert * Russian 301 – 302 scanned pages
Criminal expertise (on the tent) Russian 303 – 304 scanned pages
L. S. Gordo witness testimony * Russian 305 – 306 scanned pages
G. S. Ortyukov witness testimony * Russian 307 – 308 scanned pages
V. I. Tempalov witness testimony * Russian 309 – 312 scanned pages
V. L. Lebedev witness testimony * Russian 313 – 315 scanned pages
M. A. Akselrod witness testimony Russian 316 – 329 scanned pages
S. N. Sogrin witness testimony * Russian 330 – 339 scanned pages
Decision to extend the investigation * Russian 340 scanned pages
Protocol of inspection of the scene where the bodies were found * Russian 341 – 343 scanned pages
Clipping from "Tagil Worker" newspaper * Russian 344 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Kolevatov Russian 345 – 348 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Zolotaryov Russian 349 – 351 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Thibeaux-Brignolle Russian 352 – 354 scanned pages
Autopsy report of Dubinina Russian 355 – 357 scanned pages
Histological analyses Russian 358 – 361 scanned pages
Brusnitsyn witness testimony Russian 362 – 369 scanned pages
Resolution for radiation testing Russian 370 scanned pages
Radiation Analysis Report Russian 371 – 377 scanned pages
G. I. Skoryh witness testimony Russian 378 – 380 scanned pages
Testimony of forensic expert Vozrozhdenny Russian 381 – 383 scanned pages
Resolution to close the case Russian 384 – 387 scanned pages
Protocol №199 from 16-Apr-1959 (tent) Russian 388 – 392 scanned pages
Receipt Russian scanned pages

* Translation currently under review

Officially published by Dyatlov foundation in the form of a book in 2013.
Dyatlov foundation received in 2012 an official copy of the case from the State Archive of the Sverdlovsk Region (ГАСО).
Before that in the 90s several books came out with quotations from the case files (Matveeva, Buyanov, Rakitin)
Prior to that, in 1974, the case was transferred to the State Archive of the Sverdlovsk Region from the archive of the prosecutor's office. In the 80s, some people got an unofficial admission to the case. In 1989, the first unofficial copies were made.

 

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