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Paris Woman's Fiery Death (sources)

Mentions & Repeaters

  • “An Extract, by Mr. Paul Rolli, F.R.S. of an Italian Treatise, written by the Reverend Joseph Bianchini, a Prebend in the City of Verona; upon the Death of the Countess Cornelia Zangari & Bandi, of Cesena. To which are subjoined Accounts of the Death of Jo. Hitchell, who was burned to Death by Lightning; and of Grace Pett at Ipswich, whose Body was consumed to a Coal.” article in the Philosophical Transactions, No. 476, April, May, June, and July 1745, London, England. Pgs. 447-465
  • Lumen Novum Phosphoris Accensum, by Joanne Henr. Cohausen (John Henry Cohausen), 1717 Amsterdam, Netherlands. Pg. 91-93
  • Mysteries of the Unexplained, 1982 Reader’s Digest Association, ISBN: 0-89577-146-2.
  • "On the Combustion of the Human Body, produced by the long and immoderate Use of Spirituos Liquors," by Pierre-Aime Lair, article in The Philosophical Magazine, Vol. VI, March 1800, London, England. Pgs. 135
  • “Spontaneous Combustion”, by John Knott, in American Medicine, Vol. 9, April 22, 1905. Pgs. 653-660
  • 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
  • The World’s Greatest Mysteries, by Joyce Robins, 1989 Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd. ISBN: 083179674X, 9780831796747