Bizarre Cases from the Golden Age of Spontaneous Human Combustion

One very pervasive and ongoing corner of the world of unexplainable phenomena is that of what is called “spontaneous human combustion,” which is when a human being is immolated by a fire that seems to have no discernible cause or eternal source of ignition. In most cases there are strange details surrounding these cases, such as bodies that were charred by extremely high temperatures, yet left the surroundings or even clothing untouched, or of cases in which certain body parts have somehow managed to remain unscathed while everything else is ash. Such cases were particularly widespread and popular during the 19th century, and here we will look at a selection of some of the strangest from that era.

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