According to him, "suspicious, if not to say more" graves have been found in the cemetery, which is one of the biggest in Europe.
"In May of last year I was burying my father and we got a burial place opposite a newly-built residential complex "Suvorovski", constructed by the Russian Defense Ministry for military personnel. At that time, burial places were situated on both sides of a gravel road large enough for two cars to pass freely. But when we returned in October, that same road was not wide enough for us to approach by car. We had to leave our car and walk to my father's grave site. Where the road had been, three new rows of graves appeared," the blogger wrote.
"The majority of the graves were marked 'UM' and 'UW.' My guess is that 'UM' stands for 'an unknown man' and 'UW' stands for 'an unknown woman'. Most of the deceased had died in the summer or fall of 2014 and were 20-30 years old, 40-45 years old. Almost none of them was older than 60 years old. At the same time, there were many new graves with names and dates of birth. All of them were young people. The dates of death on those graves are 2014, 2013 and even 2012. Those graves were obviously made at the same time as the ones marked UM and UW. I was there and I am absolutely sure that that road was taken very recently for burial places. All of them look very new. It is very suspicious that those graves are situated far from the main part of the cemetery, and far from the rest of the newer sites where people have recently been buried. They appear to be located where only the relatives of the dead people would come to visit. I was very suspicious about the dates of death being in 2012 and 2013. I don't believe that corpses can be preserved in morgues for such a long time."