Spontaneous human combustion

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Spontaneous human combustion (SHC) is the alleged burning of a person without any source of ignition. Although there have been claimed cases of SHC, many such cases either lack proof or actually had a source of ignition that could be found.[1]

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  1. Joe Nickell (March–April 1998). "Fiery tales that spontaneously destruct - reports on spontaneous human combustion - includes an investigative chronology based on a published photograph". Skeptical Inquirer.