A story of the sarcophagus discovered with the woman’s body in the urban-type settlement Tisul, Russia is not a myth for many locals who claimed to have witnessed this incident. Many mysterious artifacts have already been found in the coal mines, but the so-called discovery of “Princess Tisul” in 1969 in the Kemerovo region, Russia is bizarre as well as controversial.
According to the eyewitnesses’ accounts, various newspaper articles, and some secret investigations, a sarcophagus filled with mysterious pink liquid was extracted by coal miners in the village of Rzhavchik of the Tisulsky District in the Kemerovo region. Inside the sarcophagus was an intact corpse of a beautiful woman of Slavic appearance in a transparent dress from an unknown material.
The mysterious stone coffin was buried 70 meters inside an untouched 20-meter coal seam. Miner Alexander Karnaukhov found this large marble sarcophagus with elaborately carved ornaments. The main witness of the case is a man named Oleg Kulishkin, who claimed to have heard the story from a former Colonel of the KGB who was involved in the extraction.
According to his account, the incident occurred in early September of 1969. When the coffin was brought to the surface and opened gently, a putty around the edges ripped off and a strange liquid flowed from inside it.
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They found the body of a beautiful young woman, about 30-years-old, preserved perfectly in a brim with a pinkish-blue crystalline liquid inside the coffin. Besides, a black rectangular metal object, 25 by 10 cm, was placed closer to the head of the corpse. It is said that one of the workers, present at the site, tasted the liquid and a week later, he went crazy and died.
Soon the news came out, and the whole village arrived to see the mysterious discovery. Later, when the finding was reported to the district center, the area commander Alexander Alexandrovich Masalygin ordered to halt the work, and firemen, military, police arrived in great numbers.
A brick-colored helicopter flew overhead from the region and handed over a dozen respectable “comrades” in civilian clothes, who immediately declared that the place was contagious and ordered those present to move away from the coffin. All the necessary evidence was collected from the site and the coffin was taken away by helicopter by the authorities’ order.
According to an unknown professor from Novosibirsk, the age of burial is at least 800 million years, which challenges Darwin’s theory of evolution. The alleged woman in the casket was buried in the Carboniferous period of the Paleozoic era, millions of years before the appearance of the dinosaurs.
The researchers who examined and analyzed the fabric used to make the dress were baffled because they could not determine its nature and its age. They concluded that the technology used to manufacture the fabric is unknown today, and that it was much more advanced than present-day technology. The composition of the pink-blue liquid has not yet been determined, only some of its constituent components have been identified, formed by the oldest varieties of onion and garlic.
In 2007, Roman Yanchenko, a journalist from the Russian newspaper Sibdepo decided to verify the legends of the Tisul Princess, so he visited the place where it all had happened. According to his research, Tatyana Pavlovna Karnaukhova, a wife of miner Karnaukhov died five years ago as a result of a prolonged serious illness. Besides, others who worked in a quarry died In a series of strange circumstances. The quarry was closed in 1973, and now it is covered by dense forest.
Some researchers compare the legend of Princess Tisul with Alexander Pushkin’s poem “The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Heroes”:
“… There is
a high mountain behind the slowly flowing river,
There is a deep hole in which,
In that hole, in the sad darkness, the
glass coffin is moving in the chains between the pillars
there is no trace of anyone.
Around that empty place;
in that coffin is his girlfriend…”
The details mentioned by Oleg Kulishkin in his article also cannot be ignored. Firstly, the village of Rzhavchik really exists, and there, in the indicated years, a coal mine actually worked. In fact, Alexander Ivanovich Karnaukhov worked on the development of coal, however, he was not a miner, but a blacksmith of the mine. Although very little is known about the nature of the strange findings but residents of the village of Rzhavchik willing to confirm the story of the Tisulsky Princess.
The case was even discussed on the Russian television channel “Russia-1.”