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11th Feb '18 1:39:50 AM Arivne
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* ''Series/KokchakTheNightStalker''. In the episode "Firefall", an evil pyromaniac ghost kills several people by causing them to be instantly incinerated and reduced to ashes.

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* ''Series/KokchakTheNightStalker''.''Series/KolchakTheNightStalker''. In the episode "Firefall", an evil pyromaniac ghost kills several people by causing them to be instantly incinerated and reduced to ashes.
11th Feb '18 1:38:22 AM Arivne
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* ''Series/KokchakTheNightStalker''. In the episode "Firefall", an evil pyromaniac ghost kills several people by causing them to be instantly incinerated and reduced to ashes.
22nd Nov '17 6:21:49 PM PaulA
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* The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' novel ''All-Consuming Fire'' features what appears to be a case of spontaneous human combustion, but ultimately turns out to have been murder-by-pyrokinesis.

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* The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' novel ''All-Consuming Fire'' ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresAllConsumingFire All-Consuming Fire]]'' features what appears to be a case of spontaneous human combustion, but ultimately turns out to have been murder-by-pyrokinesis.
10th Nov '17 11:01:04 PM Andygal
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* Interesting variation with Fëanor from Literature/TheSilmarillion whose corpse cremates itself after he gets killed apparently due to his sheer [[HotBlooded hot bloodedness]]. Note that this guy's name means "spirit of fire" in one of Tolkien's [[ConstructedLanguage]]s

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* Interesting variation with Fëanor from Literature/TheSilmarillion whose corpse cremates itself after he gets killed apparently due to his sheer [[HotBlooded hot bloodedness]]. Note that this guy's name means "spirit of fire" in one of Tolkien's [[ConstructedLanguage]]s{{Constructed language}}s
10th Nov '17 10:58:54 PM Andygal
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* Interesting variation with Fëanor from Literature/TheSilmarillion whose corpse cremates itself after he gets killed apparently due to his sheer [[HotBlooded Hot bloodedness]]. Note that this guy's name means "spirit of fire" in one of Tolkien's [[{{Fictionary}} fictional languages]].

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* Interesting variation with Fëanor from Literature/TheSilmarillion whose corpse cremates itself after he gets killed apparently due to his sheer [[HotBlooded Hot hot bloodedness]]. Note that this guy's name means "spirit of fire" in one of Tolkien's [[{{Fictionary}} fictional languages]]. [[ConstructedLanguage]]s
10th Nov '17 10:56:19 PM Andygal
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* Interesting variation with Fëanor from Literature/TheSilmarillion whose corpse cremates itself after he gets killed apparently due to his sheer [[HotBlooded Hot bloodedness. Note that this guy's name means "spirit of fire" in one of Tolkien's [[{{Fictionary}} fictional languages]].

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* Interesting variation with Fëanor from Literature/TheSilmarillion whose corpse cremates itself after he gets killed apparently due to his sheer [[HotBlooded Hot bloodedness.bloodedness]]. Note that this guy's name means "spirit of fire" in one of Tolkien's [[{{Fictionary}} fictional languages]].
10th Nov '17 10:55:41 PM Andygal
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* Interesting variation with Fëanor from Literature/TheSilmarillion whose corpse cremates itself after he gets killed apparently due to his sheer [[HotBlooded Hot bloodedness. Note that this guy's name means "spirit of fire" in one of Tolkien's [[{{Fictionary}} fictional languages]].
13th Jun '17 1:41:38 PM SeanMurrayI
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation describes [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-081 SCP-081]] as a virus that causes spontaneous combustion. As a matter of fact, it's [[RealEventFictionalCause caused]] many instances throughout history.

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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation describes [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-081 SCP-081]] as a virus that causes spontaneous combustion. As a matter that's said to be the cause of fact, it's [[RealEventFictionalCause caused]] many instances of spontaneous human combustion throughout history.
13th Jun '17 4:47:53 AM NightShade96
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation describes [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-081 SCP-081]] as a virus that causes spontaneous combustion.

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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation describes [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-081 SCP-081]] as a virus that causes spontaneous combustion. As a matter of fact, it's [[RealEventFictionalCause caused]] many instances throughout history.
5th May '17 1:36:47 PM SeanMurrayI
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* Stephen King's ''Literature/FireStarter'' suggests that this is due to a form of PowerIncontinence brought on to normal people in very occasional bursts of the same pyrokinetic abilities the novel's protagonist Charlene "Charlie" [=McGee=] obtains from her parents' involvement in an experiment with a psychoactive drug, and then ultimately learns to control.


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* Stephen King's ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'' suggests that this is due to a form of PowerIncontinence brought on to normal people in very occasional bursts of the same pyrokinetic abilities the novel's protagonist Charlene "Charlie" [=McGee=] obtains from her parents' involvement in an experiment with a psychoactive drug, and then ultimately learns to control.
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