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Mrs. Millet's Fiery Death (sources)

Mentions & Repeaters

  • Bleak House, by Charles Dickens, 1868 Chapman & Hall, London, England. Pg. xvi
  • Elements of Medical Jurisprudence (second edition), by Theodric Romeyn Beck, 1825 London, England. Pgs. 316
  • The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Mysteries, by Colin and Damon Wilson, 1988 Contemporary Books, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, USA. ISBN: 0-8092-4524-8. Pg. 250
  • Mysteries of the Unexplained, 1982 Reader’s Digest Association, ISBN: 0-89577-146-2. Pgs. 80-81
  • The Principles and Practice of Medical Jurisprudence, Second Edition, Vol. 1, by Alfred Swaine Taylor, 1873 J. & A. Churchill, London, England. Pgs. 699
  • The Principles and Practice of Medical Jurisprudence, Third Edition, Vol. 1, by Alfred Swaine Taylor, 1883 J. & A. Churchill, London, England. Pgs. 718
  • Unexplained Phenomena: A Rough Guide Special (1st edition), by Bob Rickard and John Michell, 2000 Rough Guides, Ltd., 62-70 Shorts Gardens, London, England. ISBN: 1-85828-589-5. pg. 156-157
  • Secrets of the Supernatural, by Joe Nickell (with John F. Fischer), 1988 Prometheus Books. ISBN: 0879756853, 9780879756857. Pgs. 151, 161
  • “Spontaneous Combustion,” by James Apjohn, article in The Cyclopædia of Practical Medicine, Vol. I, 1832 London, England. Pgs. 454
  • Spontaneous Human Combustion, by Jenny Randles and Peter Hough, 2007 Robert Hale Limited (first published in 1992). ISBN: 978-0-7090-8402-0. Pg. 188