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Romanian may have died of spontaneous combustion


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#1    Magikman

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Posted 05 February 2003 - 11:44 PM

                                                An 85-year-old man who appears to have died from spontaneous self-combustion has been buried in his back garden.

Police are refusing to issue a death certificate because his head was burnt to the size of an orange, but his body and clothes were unmarked.

Alexei Rusnac from Dej, western Romania, was found by his daughter sitting next to his fireplace.


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Posted 06 February 2003 - 05:16 PM

                                                            Now that's even stranger than others I've heard
  about.  I don't understand about not issuing a certificate
after someone has died.  Don't they have to put something
  for the cause of death, even if it's a guess?  
                                                

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         found no remedy for the worst of them all --- the apathy of human beings."
                                                     Helen Keller




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