Journey to Dyatlov Pass: An Explanation of the Mystery Second Edition Book by Keith McCloskey

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Journey to Dyatlov Pass: An Explanation of the Mystery Book

Published: 2020-06-29

ISBN: 979-8657792676

This is the 2nd edition of the book first published in 2016 describing the author’s journey to the Dyatlov Pass in the northern Ural Mountains in the company of Russian Dyatlov “Obsessives”. It is also a book for people who already know the Dyatlov story. The changes include; expansion of the missile theory, background to the Mansi involvement theory, a chapter on intuitive communication and background to the reopening of the case. There are not enough changes to justify buying the book if you already have the first edition, as it is just an update. The original part of the book remains basically unchanged:- The physical locations relating to the Dyatlov Incident are examined and discussed as well as competing theories from some of the group members on the journey about what happened to the Dyatlov group. The second part of the book takes a critical look at the autopsies. This is followed by an intensive look at some ground-breaking research on the Dyatlov negatives by Valentin Gerasimovich Yakimenko. The book also discusses the statements made by the two senior figures in the investigation and finishes with a scenario as to what may have happened on that fateful night of 1/2 February 1959.

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Journey to Dyatlov Pass: An Explanation of the Mystery Book by Keith McCloskey

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Published: 2016-10-24

ISBN: 978-1539583028

This book describes the author's journey to the Dyatlov Pass in the northern Ural Mountains in the company of Russian Dyatlov "Obsessives". It is also a book for people who already know the Dyatlov story.

The physical locations relating to the Dyatlov Incident are examined and discussed as well as competing theories from some of the group members about what happened. The second part of the book takes a critical look at the autopsies. This is followed by an intensive look at some ground-breaking research on the Dyatlov negatives by Valentin Gerasimovich Yakimenko.

The final part of the book discusses the statements made by the two senior figures in the investigation and finishes with a scenario as to what may have happened on that fateful night of 1/2 February 1959.