The Death of Mary Reeser
Mary Hardy Reeser's (no relation) remains were found on July 2, 1951 in her St. Petersberg apartment. She was 67 years old and living alone; her son visited the previous evening. So what was so strange about her death?
Her body was ashes, in one corner of her home, along with the chair she was sitting in and a nearby lamp and clock. The strange thing is that the remainder of the home was warm, but nothing else was touched by the "fire" that seemed to consume Mary.
There was no break-in, no sign of anything out of the ordinary, other than her charred remains.
There are some speculations, like she was cremated at another location and brought to her house, or...a case of spontaneous human combustion. So, do you think it's possible she just ignited?
Well, I didn't work out as much this week as I would have liked. I actually decided to write this evening, rather than make the trip to the gym, but I did make it there twice this week.
I was talking to a friend today about the trade offs of making the time. It's a shame we have to sacrifice one important thing for another. So, I've decided to give up one of my children. Writing and exercise is just far more important. Right?
Have a great weekend!