Mysterious hands of self-igniting people

The fire began to spread to the fingers, when Renateau used his left hand to put out the fire, his left hand also caught fire ...

The fire began to spread to the fingers, when Renateau used his left hand to put out the fire, his left hand also caught fire .

The index fingers burned themselves

While these supernatural phenomena are often attributed to mysterious forces, or psychokinesis power or the ability to use fire to burn themselves, a power of willpower to kill yourself. It is said that between 1822 and 1827 (posted on AnomalyInfo page) a series of phenomena is described as "burning hands" . The first odd incident occurred on September 5, 1822 in Bordeaux (France), in a small village called Loignan.

On that day, the village blacksmith named Renateau was busy thinking about business, his right index finger suddenly hurt painfully. Renateau raised his finger to his face to see if it turned into a fire. Renateau was terrified to rush to put the fire on his finger, the fire burned a hole in his pants, and quickly the burning pants made the blacksmith run and scream for help.

The fire began to spread to his fingers, when Renateau used his left hand to put out the fire, his left hand also caught fire. The blacksmith ran all over the house, his hands still covered by fire, frantically he dipped his hand in the water because the fire was going to be extinguished. But when Renateau pulled his hand out of the water, fire burned again. Someone gave Renateau holy water and fire was extinguished.

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This extremely mysterious incident is often very sudden and unexplainable: Their hands catch themselves on fire, while everything around them is unharmed.

Dr. Moulinnié, examined the blisters on the victim's hand, and finally did not understand why there was fire coming from the finger. Only a few years later, in January 1825, a similar handout report occurred in Hamburg (Germany). On January 25, 1825, a young tailor came to Hamburg Clinic with a blistering left hand. The female patient told the doctor that a few days ago while she was sewing, a fever suddenly occurred. Her body suddenly burned, the heat entered the index finger of her left arm and emitted the stench of sulfur.

The index finger turned into an unusually white white flame. Despite doing all kinds of ways to put out the fire, the fire was still unharmed and it was getting bigger and bigger on the hand. The seamstress used milk to extinguish the fire, the fire turned off, but the smell of sulfur did not disappear. Finally the seamstress went to the infirmary, and the story she told made all the doctors and nurses look surprised. The doctors tested and were surprised to find that the seamstress's left arm's temperature increased higher than normal for the rest of the body.

Being skeptical, Dr. Ogston said that the seamstress was making up stories to be famous, although at how the temperature of her left arm was higher than normal and where the odd sulfur smell came from Mr. Ogston cannot explain. After these events was the case of a 24-year-old male named Dessimont in France on April 19, 1827.

When the brother burned fire with sulfur on a candle to entertain, the fire exploded and clung to his clothes, causing both brothers to burn. Dessimont fires off and looks fine but one of his arms is suddenly covered by a blue flame. Even if it used water to put out the fire, it still did not turn off, and even flushing the water made the fire burn bigger. Terrified, Dessimont ran to the neighbor's house, Dr. Richond-des-Brus. The doctor told the victim to immerse his hands in ice water until the flame went out. Dessimont trembled back home. But unfortunately for him, Dessimont's hands emit a blue flame and then automatically turn off, the process repeated several times and then turned off completely. The next morning, the doctor came to Dessimont's house to check the mystery, discovered the victim's arm was blistering and almost lost the entire skin of the upper arm.

The more I explain, the more deadlocked

Dr. Richond-des-Brus tried his best to explain Dessimont's strange phenomenon, but could not give any reason to explain why the hands continued to burn regularly and met again The bigger the fire.

Occult phenomena also took place in the following years. In 1878, 12-year-old Ann Kidner, suddenly caught fire when walking. In 1882, the case of AW Underwood occurred in Paw Paw City (Michigan State, USA), just inhaling objects near the fire was like the one he burned. In October 1886, a boy named Willie Brough, who lived in Madison County (California), suddenly ignited by simply looking at the objects.

Around January 1895, the flames suddenly burned all over the house, police were called to the house, even the commander of the fire station witnessed the fire from nowhere whenever Rhoda appeared. Unable to find it, Sheriff Rhoades concluded that "fire is caused by supernatural phenomena" . Then in the 1990s, 1927 related to the case of a car mechanic named Charles Dawes living in Memphis (Tennnessee), his breath emitted fire, while the surrounding objects were unharmed.

Or more recently, in 1982, it was unusual for an Italian boy named Benedetto Supino to put books and any objects into Supino's hands when they suddenly burned and all witnesses had to see them. Amazed mouth. Once even Supino snatched her body when a small object burned as he stared at it. Just where Supino came from, the furniture, books and objects there began smoldering or fuming. Does the human mind have the potential to cause fire to objects?

Whether or not humans have the ability to control or create fires related to self-immolation phenomenon? Someday in the future we will know, and now believe that there is still a burning hand phenomenon happening somewhere.

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