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A human body can be reduced to ashes, or technically small granules of tissue, bone, and carbon, when it is exposed to 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit for two to three hours in a sealed oven. How then, could four boys be laughing and cutting up just before starting work one minute and be reduced to the same kind of ashes in the back of the restaurant kitchen where they worked the next? If there had been some kind of grease or electrical fire in the kitchen, it might have been easier to explain, but there was no fire. The janitorial cubby where the boys were standing was away from any of the ovens or stoves. It was a utility cubby that was surrounded by sinks and ice machines. When the smoke cleared, there was no evidence of fire. No scorching to the cardboard storage boxes, smoke residue on the ceiling, or the unique odor of burnt flesh. The surroundings were pristine and intact? So how could these boys have been so thoroughly cremated on the spot?
To make matters worse, the same phenomenon began to occur with the regularity elsewhere even becoming an international problem that threatened to become a global crisis if it could not be immediately contained.
It is a perplexing problem that will take pyrotechnic expert Alan Stein on a journey into the forensics of human nature that he would not have expected. The outcome will be one that only a few people would be allowed to experience.