P. S. - Secrets of the barguzin skeleton
Quarter of a century ago, on the 17th of July in 1989, a European man’s skeleton was found in the siberian Barguzin whose characteristics matched with our greatest poet, Sándor Petőfi’s physical signs on 25 points. Sensational news was followed by controversy overheated by emotions and primitive recriminations said to be professional. How the skeleton was “smuggled” from Moscow, how it was “enchanted” into a woman in America, why they wanted to annihilate the remains – numerous scandal girdled the Petőfi-case, which ultimately became a victim of scientific and political skirmish. In this book, the author – Tibor Borzak who was a member of the expedition as a journalist – lines up the existing siberian legends, the facts of prisoners of war issues and unfolds the mysteries surrounding the skeleton, which make up a real thriller.
More secrets are revealed readable as the pictures are illuminated with the UV-lamp included in the book.
A book designed to reflect on secrets of the story. Commentary by the author, explanation and annotation of illustrations are printed with UV ink, which is only visible under UV light. The binding is designed in a way that the attached UV-lamp could fit inside the book, but at the same time it can be removed and used to explore hidden messages.
A teaser website was also designed to give a sneak peak into the book. The site is built around the four key sections of the book highlighting one interesting fact from each.