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Russian investigators are planning to travel to the Dyatlov Pass in the Ural Mountains and stage an re-enactment experiment, as a new investigation into the 60-year-old case has been launched, said the spokesperson for the Prosecutor's Office of the Sverdlovsk Region during a press conference in Yekaterinburg on Monday.
Andrei Kuryakov, who leads a team of experts probing into the mysterious incident, said that the experiment would take place in March.
"We're going to set up a tent and cut it open – in the same way the group had cut it back then. We’re going to find out how long it takes to leave it and to go down the mountain, and whether it’s possible to climb it up again after descending. These are questions connected with the human physiology and with the actions of the group," he explained.
Speaking at the press event, the official did not rule out the possibility of exhumation procedures in order to determine the details of the tragedy. He also expressed his confidence that the use of modern technologies would allow the experts to find answers to many questions over the deaths of a Soviet student hiking group.
The group of nine students, led by Igor Dyatlov, died in bizarre circumstances after embarking on their hiking trip in February 1959.
The Soviet criminal probe had found their tent in a remote area in the Urals, which had been cut open from the inside by a sharp object, with all belongings, including shoes, left inside and intact.
The investigators later discovered the students' bodies, with several having suffered serious head wounds. It has never been established what forced the hikers to flee from their camping spot.
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