Next we went downstairs to see how the assassination of Rasputin took place. Him, and Felix Yusupov set up poisoned wine for Rasputin but it didn't kill him.
The only people not in it are the people sitting in seats number 2, 3, 4, starting from the left. The girls in those seats are the Russians who help us out in the program, and Nikolai, a french student here.”
The autopsy at the time said Rasputin died of drowning because water was found in his mouth and that his arms were above his head like he was trying to get out from underneath the ice. And they wore these little vials over them to collect fleas and to ward off mice, which often lived in their head. The ceiling in the above room was completely flat but the paintings on it made it look curved around the edges. There does not exist a piece of jade in nature this big so they glued hundreds of pieces of jade together to create this fireplace.” There does not exist a piece of Malachite in nature this big so they glued hundreds of pieces of Malachite together to create this fireplace.
The guy in the first photo and Felix Yusupov set up poisoned wine for Rasputin but it didn't kill him. The other men came downstairs, shot Rasputin three more times, wrapped him in a rug, and threw him in the Neva River.
This man was one of few who shot Rasputin. So later, Felix shot Rasputin twice in the back.