Gennadiy N. Lepeshkin: Well, there are two small graves there... two small graves there, when, way back when... it's been said, and I don't know whether or not to believe it, that when testing took place there in the thirties, there was a woman scientist who died.
Lepeshkin: On Vozrozhdeniye Island. She got infected there... with tularemia, I think it was, and she died. They couldn't treat her for it. But generally the people who were there died of natural causes: someone died as the result of a hypertensive crisis, someone else died of a myocardial infarction, but as far as deaths related to work with pathogens--that did not happen.