Category Archives: Ekaterinburg

No "Mass Murder In Cellar"

Carl William Ackerman, a reporter and the first dean of the Columbia School of Journalism, was in Siberia in 1918. He inspected the room in the Ipatiev House where the Russian imperial family were supposedly mass executed on July 17, … Continue reading

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Paving Over the Truth of the Tsar

Best of drunk Boris Yeltsin! In 1977, Boris Yeltsin, at that time Communist Party boss of Ekaterinburg (then called Sverdlovsk), received orders from Moscow: Destroy the Ipatiev House! [1] In the wee hours of the morning, when evil deeds abound, … Continue reading

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What Really Happened in the Cellar

There are several Russian cellar stories, but none so famous as the one called “Mass Murder in the Cellar”. There, in Ekaterinburg on July 17, 1918, in the subterranean bowels of the Ipatiev House, the Russian imperial family seemed to … Continue reading

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Startling New Anastasia Evidence

Veniamin Alexeyev is a famous Soviet and Russia historian, Doctor of Historical Sciences, founder of the Institute of History and Archaeology of the RAS branch in the Urals and its Head in 1988-2013. [1] On March 2, 2014, Britain’s Daily … Continue reading

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Major New Thread in Tsar Mystery

Various threads lead to Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his family, still trapped in a labyrinth of unsolved mystery. This living labyrinth was almost destroyed by loud braying connected with DNA “evidence” supposedly proving the Russian imperial family had all … Continue reading

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Tsar Was "Man In Iron Mask"

In 1976, two British journalists, Anthony Summers and Tom Mangold, saw their book, The File On the Tsar, climb towards the top of the bestseller charts. In the Preface to that book, Summers and Mangold explained how they unearthed the … Continue reading

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Tsar Returns In "Neverwas"

In 1996, Ian McKellan starred as Tsar Nicholas II in the film, “Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny.” A film released directly to DVD in 2007, “Neverwas”, again features Ian McKellan as a monarch, this time King of “Neverwas.” In “Neverwas”, … Continue reading

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