posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 12:04 AM
reply to post by Grimpachi
There's other issues as well.
The cabin burnt down. They let it. Firetrucks were on scene, and long after human survivability in such a raging fire, they continued to let it
burn. Since it had a basement under it, the whole cabin collapsed into the basement.
Then, with 2000 degree coals, (Nice hot fire!), the firetrucks douse it all with water. The forensics team meander into a 15 X 20 smoldering
basement, lickity split, filled with the ashes and unburnt timber, and immediately find the body.
The amount of water required to extinguish the fire would leave water and ash on the floor of the basement. A muddy mess. Plus, it's dark. Doing
all this by searchlight? Sure. The corpse would also be charred, and covered in soot.
Ever try searching 300 square feet of burnt timber and ash in the dark trying to locate a body? Me either, but it just doesn't seem plausible.
At least they should take the body back to town for proper ID.