DYATLOV PASS

Protocols of item identification

20-02-2018

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Protocol №1
identification of items city of Svredlovsk 30 March 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented Igor Alekseevich Krivonischenko - brother of the deceased G. A. Krivonischenko, personal items that could allegedly belong to G. A. Krivonischenko

Krivonischenko, after examining the presented items, said that his brother, Krivonischenko George, owned the following items:

  1. Backpack black, old, with long straps of protective color,

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    sewn with black threads.
  1. A hood made of blue staple satin
  2. Compass, string, badges "Hiker" and "Second Sports category"
  3. Mandolin in a white sac.
  4. Gauntlets made of decorative fabric
  5. Gray balaclava
  6. Fur stockings - 1 pair
  7. Padded jacket blue, burned
  8. White underwear shirt, checked shirt.
  9. Storm jacket and trousers.

All of the above items Igor Aleks. Krivonischenko identified with certainty.

Protocol is recorded correctly. Signatures:
  1. Krivonischenko
  2. Hamova
  3. Yudin

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

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Receipt

I, Krivonischenko I. A. received the items №1 to №11 listed in this protocol. Signature: Krivonishchenko

In addition I, I. Krivonischenko, identified and received an ax, a flask, winter three-fingered gloves. Signature: Krivonischenko

In addition I, I. Krivonischenko, identified and received an old red-brown cloth blanket. Signature: Krivonishchenko

In addition I, I. Krivonischenko, identified black felt boots, old ones, sewn with a thick layer of gray felt. Valenki I received on April 7, 1959. Signature: Krivonischenko

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Protocol of identification of items №2
city of Svredlovsk, 30 March 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and G. N. Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented Blinov course F-5 personal belongings of the deceased hikers. Y. A. Blinov, after inspecting the items, stated that the iron stove belongs to I. A. Dyatlov.

To Y. N. Doroshenko belongs (presumably) a new blue alpaca sweater (Blinov knows that before leaving for the campaign, Doroshenko bought a sweater).

To A. Kolevatov belong: buckets in the amount of 2 pcs.

Protocol is recorded correctly, signatures:
  1. Blinov
  2. Hamova
  3. Yudin

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

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Protocol of identification of items №3
city of Sverdlovsk, 30 March 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented R. A. Dyatlova - sister of the deceased I. A. Dyatlov personal items that could allegedly belong to I. A. Dyatlov.

R. Dyatlova having examined the equipment, has declared, that the following items belonged to her brother - Igor Dyatlov:

  1. Fur sleeveless jacket
  2. Leather fur jacket

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  1. Sweater blue, cotton
  2. Mitten black suede
  3. Shoes black, cloth
  4. Compass, glasses with a case, a knife
  5. Trunks black
  6. Winter knitted hat, woolen
  7. Storm jacket
  8. Checked shirt
  9. Sharovars, - brown and green
  10. Undershirt blue

All of the above items R. A. Dyatlova identified with certainty.

Signatures:
  1. Dyatlova
  2. Hamova
  3. Yudin

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

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Receipt

I, Р. А. Dyatlova, received items 1 to 12 listed in this protocol and the stove listed in protocol №2. Signature: Dyatlova

city of Pervouralsk, Sadovaya, 13, Aleksey Aleksandrovich Dyatlov (post script)

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Protocol
identification of items №4 city of Sverdlovsk, 30 March

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented Galina Grigorievna Radosteva - student course R-462 personal items, which could allegedly belong to Zina Kolmogorova.

Radosteva, after examining the equipment, stated that the following items belonged to Kolmogorova:

  1. Blouse woolen motley
  2. Handkerchief with a hem
  3. Scarf red woolen
  4. Mittens blue woolen
  5. Checked shirt

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  1. Tshirt with a fur collar, hooded
  2. Storm jacket, canvas, green, personal
  3. Black wool socks
  4. Blanket blue from 10 student dormitory
  5. Gloves black covered in green canvas, white socks trimmed with the same
  6. Sweater blue, woolen
  7. Trousers for skiing
  8. Hats red woolen and blue
  9. Underwear gray
  10. Socks brown
  11. Trousers black
  12. Underwear blue, warm

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All of the above items Radosteva identified with certainty.

Protocol is recorded correctly, signatures:
  1. Blinov
  2. Hamova
  3. Yudin

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

Receipt

I, G. G. Radosteva, received all items listed in this protocol (№1 to №17) and all items listed in protocol №6 of items identification (№1 to №4).

Signature: Radosteva 6 April 1959

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Protocol
identification of items №5 city of Sverdlovsk, 30 March

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented Victor Nikolaevich Kostrulin, student UPI, course R-463, personal items that could allegedly belong to Y. N. Doroshenko.

V. N. Kostrulin, after examining the equipment, stated that the following items belonged to his friend Y. N. Doroshenko:

  1. Padded jacket blue
  2. Fur hat, borrowed from Kostrulin

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  1. Sleeveless fur coat borrowed from Farid Gaynutdinov, course R-463
  2. Trunks blue satin
  3. Socks simple brown
  4. Tshirt green
  5. Checked shirt with large squares "Bulga..."
  6. Socks wool knitted
  7. Scarf brown.
  8. Blanket woolen, brown, taken from 10 student dormitory
  9. Trunks satin blue
  10. Trousers blue, knitted
  11. Socks

V. N. Kostrulin identified with certainty all the items listed above.

Signatures:
  1. Kostrulin
  2. Hamova
  3. Yudin

Ivanov (signature)

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Protocol is recorded correctly.

V. Kostrulin (signature)

Recceipt

I, V. N. Kostrulin, received items №2 and 3 listed in this protocol.

V. Kostrulin (signature)

Receipt

I, Vasiliy Andrianovich Shulyatev, received items № 1, №№ 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13 12 listed in this protocol and the blue sweater listed in protocol №2 in order to be sent to Volodya Doroshenko in city of Aktyubinsk, brother of Yuri Doroshenko.

Signature: Shulyatev 9 April 1959

Sheet 242

Protocol
identification of items №6 city of Sverdlovsk 31 March 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented Margarita Aleksandrovna Mitrofanova - friend of Kolmogorova, personal items, which could allegedly belong to the deceased Z. Kolmogorova.

М. А. Mitrofanova, having examined the belongings, identified with certainty that the following items belong to Z. Kolmogorova:

  1. Trousers black
  2. Bathing suit black
  3. Mittens Shells for mittens blue with an elastic band 2 pcs
  4. Tshirt blue knitted.

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Protocol is recorded correctly.
Signatures:
  1. Hamova
  2. Yudin
  3. Mitrofanova

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

Sheet 243

Protocol
identification of items city of Sverdlovsk 31 March 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented the parents of Rustik Slobodin personal items, which could allegedly belong to R. Slobodin.

Samsonova Nadezhda Fyodorovna, having examined the equipment, stated that the following items belonged to her son:

  1. Binoculars
  2. Ax

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  1. Trousers satin
  2. Socks 2 pairs gray and brown
  3. 2 balaclavas
  4. Towel
  5. Flashlight
  6. One felt boot
  7. Padded jacket
  8. Blanket brown, cloth

N. F. Samsonova identified with certainty all the items listed above.

Protocol is recorded correctly.
Signatures:
  1. Yudin
  2. Hamova
  3. N. Slobodina-Samsonova

I received items №1 to №10 listed in this protocol: N. Samsonova (signature) 7.04.59.

Ivanov (signature)

Sheet 244

Protocol
identification of items №7 city of Sverdlovsk 31 March 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, showed Halizov Vyacheslav Ivanovich, student in course R-559 personal items, which could allegedly belong to the deceased Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle.

Halizov, having examined the equipment presented, stated that the following items belonged to Thibaut:

  1. Two-hand saw, Tibo borrowed from someone.

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Halizov also said that Doroshenko borrowed fur mittens before leaving.
V. I. Halizov identified all of the above items with certainty.

Protocol is recorded correctly.
Signatures:
  1. Halizov
  2. Hamova
  3. Yudin

Receipt

I, V. I. Halizov, received the mittens, which I gave Y. Doroshenko. Signature: Halizov

Sheet 245

Protocol
identification of items №8
city of Sverdlovsk 1 April 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, showed N. V. Kortev, UPI, course ... personal items, which could allegedly belong to the deceased hikers. N. V. Kortev, having examined the equipment, stated that the following items belonged to Dyatlov:

  1. Blanket red cloth taken from 10 UPI student dormitory
  2. Mug green enameled
Protocol is recorded correctly.
Signatures:
  1. Kortev
  2. Hamova
  3. Yudin

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

Sheet 246

Protocol
identification of items №9
city of Sverdlovsk 1 April 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, showed Iya Vladimirovna Dubinina - mother of the deceased Lyuda Dubinina personal equipment, which could allegedly belong to L. Dubinina.

Dubinina, having observed the equipment presented, stated that her daughter owned the following items:

  1. Blanket blue woolen
  2. Handkerchief
  3. Socks 2 pairs brown, woolen

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  1. Trunks knitted
  2. Balaclava white woolen
  3. Mug green
  4. Hedgehog and rubber bear, which Lyuda bought before the departure as a birthday gift to someone
  5. Felt boots black new
  6. Toothbrush, soap dish
  7. Bear in gold trousers and brown shirt belongs to Yudin (written Lyudin - ed. note)
  8. Thirteen sacks of foodstuffs that Lyuda was preparing before leaving
  9. Sports cap, white
  10. Scarf woolen white, narrow

I. V. Dubinina identified with certainty all of the above items.

Protocol is recorded correctly.
Signatures:
  1. Dubinina
  2. Yudin
  3. Hamova

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

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Receipt

I, I.V. Dubinina, received all of the above items №1 to 13 listed in this protocol (signature)

In addition (to these listed 13 items), Iya Vladimirovna Dubinina identified a green backpack, which is also handed along with these items.

Dubinina (signature) 6.04.59 г.

Sheet 248

Protocol
identification of things №10
city of Sverdlovsk 3 April 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented Belyasov Aleksander Danilovich, the mechanization management technique №1, who lived in the same room in the dormitory with Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle, personal items, which could allegedly belong to N. Tibo.

Belyasov said that Н. Thibault owned the following итемс:

  1. Sweater brown woolen, new
  2. Glasses in a green case
  3. Flask round Flashlight "Artel Saunobut Chernovitsy" (taken from Kruglyakov, a neighbor in the dormitory)
  4. Mug aluminum and spoon
  5. Storm jacket
  6. Checked shirt in large red squares
  7. Old felt hat, black
  8. Ax large, with loose beak
  9. Soap dish yellow
  10. Backpack green old Belyasov saw it at Tibo's house, but he does not know who does it belong to
  11. Tibo was wearing gray felt boots, not poresent
  12. Padded jacket cotton
  1. Saw, taken from his place of work

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Belyasov claims that N. Thibaut took a quilted jacket with himself, that is not present. Among the presented items, one quilted jacket looks like Tibo's quilted jacket, but it is small and burned. In addition, Thibaut took with him gray felt boots new, cotton trousers and hare fur vest white color, which are also not present. Can't say anything about the blanket (N. Thibault aunt should бе able to recognise it).

Protocol is recorded correctly.
Signatures:
  1. Hamova
  2. Yudin
  3. Belyasov

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

Sheet 250

Protocol
identification of items №11
city of Sverdlovsk 4 April 1959

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, presented Kolevatova Rimma Sergeevna, the sister of the deceased Aleksander Kolevatov, personal equipment, which is supposedly owned by Kolevatov.

Kolevatova, having examined the presented equipment has declared, that the following items belong to Kolevatov:

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  1. Comb, screwdriver, pliers
  2. Storm suit: a jacket and pants of a dark green color
  3. Fur hat
  4. Flask round
  5. Buckets 2 pieces
  6. Bar for grinding and points of the knives
  7. Mug green, spoon
  8. Flashlight simple artel device «MENAL №3» Moscow
  9. Padded jacket black
  10. Valenki, taken from Sasha Bagautdinov, Faculty 4, sewn on the train
  11. Mittens white, knitted
  12. Woolen socks, brown
  13. Balaclava gray, woolen

Protocol is recorded correctly.
R. S. Kolevatova having examined the items, stated that the following items belonged to her brother
R. S. Kolevatova identified with certainty all of the above items.

Signatures:
  1. Hamova
  2. Kolevatova
  3. Yudin

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

Sheet 251

Receipt

I, Kolevatova R.S., received items listed №1 - №13 except for №10 felt boots

Kolevatova (signature)

Sheet 252

Protocol of items
identification 6 April 1959 №12

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344, showed Elizaveta Iosifovna Muzafarova, the aunt of the deceased Nikolay Thibeaux-Brignolle personal items, which could allegedly belong to Tibo.

E. I. Muzafarova, having examined the equipment, stated that the following items belong to N. Tibo:

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  1. Hat black, old.
  2. Blanket black with a patch
  3. Sweater brown
  4. Glasses in a green case
  5. Backpack green, old, personal
  6. Mug green
  7. Strom jacket
  8. Checked shirt in large red squares
  9. Ax large with loose beak
  10. Socks red woolen and brown, handkerchiefs with green edges 3 pieces
  11. Mittens brown wool and leather black
  12. Tin box of tea with a compass, etc.
  13. Penknife broken
  14. Box from candy with a shaving accessories
  15. Two-hand saw
  16. Socks simple 10 pairs

All the items were identified with certainty.

Sheet 254

Receipt

I, Y. E. Yudin, received the following items that belogn to me:

  1. Blanket green taken from 8 student dormitory
  2. Gauntlets fur sheathed black
  3. Sport blue cap
  4. First aid kit, bowler, mask
  5. Fur sleeveless jacket trimmed in blue

Signature Yudin, 7 April 1959

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Receipt

I, Nikoloay Filippovich Kuznetsov, the equipment manager of the sports base received the items from the deceased hikers, that belonging to the sports club of UPI.

1. Backpacks: Dyatlov
Tibo
Doroshenko
Slobodin
Kolmogorova
Zolotaryov
Kolevatov
7 pieces 6 pieces
2. Ski boots Dyatlov
Tibo
Doroshenko
Dubinina
Slobodin
Kolmogorova
Zolotaryov
Kolevatov
8 pair
  1. ice ax one
  2. gaiters 15 pcs
  3. storm suits

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  1. storm jackets 2 (two)
  2. ladle one 1 (one)
  3. Ski pants one black 1 (one pair)
  4. Half-woolen sweater, black
  5. Covers for shoes in bundles

In addition, I have received for holding the remaining unidentified items of the group belongings listed in protocol №13

[Protocol is recorded correctly.]

Signature: Kuznetsov

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city of Sverdlovsk 8 April 1959

Receipt

I, A. I. Bagautdinov, student in UPI, course F-453, received the felt boots I lented Kolevatov for the trek.

Signature: Bagautdinov (signature) 8.04.-59

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Protocol №13 from 7 April 1959
city of Sverdlovsk 31 March 7

Prosecutor criminalist of the Prosecutor's Office of Sverdlovsk Region, Jr Counselor of Justice Ivanov in the presence of witnesses Yuri Efimovich Yudin Yuri, student UPI, course I-480 and Galina Nikolaevna Hamova, UPI, course S-344,, finished the identification of the items and the following remain unidentified:

  1. Wind masks 7 pieces
  2. Checked shirt in small squares red and blue
  3. A case with glasses, with a cracked right glass
  4. Jersey Tshirt pink with long sleeves
  5. Balaclavas gray 2 pcs
  6. Hatchet small iron top in leather case.

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  1. Sneakers homemade green squares
  2. 2 toothbrushes: simple and in a case
  3. Scissors small
  4. Socks woolen old 9 pcs
  5. Socks alpaca 6 pcs
  6. Socks simple 7 pcs
  7. Footcloth gray 2 pcs and brown flannel 1 pc
  8. Gauntlets 12 pcs
  9. Bags of food 4 pcs
Signatures:
  1. Hamova
  2. Yudin

Prosecutor criminalist Ivanov (signature)

 

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