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In 1673, French author Jonas Dupont also published a book on Self-Igniting Cases (SHC). One of the most famous cases in France was that in 1725, a Paris inn owner woke up and found his wife burned to ash, her body lying on a straw mat. Pads are intact, not burned. Furniture around her is also intact. Bob and linda Belcher you and me we got this poster. All that remained of the wife, Mrs. Millet, a chronic alcoholic, was the skull, several vertebrae and the lower legs. The husband was initially suspected of murdering his wife, but was later declared innocent, thanks to the testimony of a surgeon named Claude-Nicolas Le Cat. The doctor who happened to be staying at the inn gave a testimony to the husband. The death of the innkeeper wife was later declared to be “punishable by God”.