The preferred way of disposal in almost all books and movies is of course the burning of bodies.

This stupid shit don’t happen in Real Life! Nobody who writes or directs this way has EVER been in the armed forces and involved in a major conflict in any 3rd world country. Or, has read ANY history at all. I can say that without any doubt. I’ll win this argument hands down if any try to contradict me.

In real life it takes 2 to 2 1/2 hours to cremate a body at 1800 degrees Fahrenheit. Fact! Deal with it gang. LOL. Gasoline burns at approx. 495 degrees. Wood as in a good hot one like Oak burns at between 900 and 1200 degrees once it starts charcoaling. It’s almost impossible to burn a body in real life where nothing is left.

What really happens when you try to burn one? The skin crisps and the fat burns off with an oily smoky effect. Leaves a very bad aftertaste in your mouth you remember for years and sticks to everything including your clothing, hair and skin. Enough wood can seperate a body at the joints but then your left with a bunch of pieces to get rid of. And the pile of parts simply grows.

So how are bodies really disposed of in real life? Simple. They’re buried!

Cheers!

Sean,

Links In Support:
Ashes to Ashes: The Cremation Process Explained
Everlife Memorial has an excellent step by step processes of Cremating a body.

The Cremation Process
From The Nation Cremation Society

The Cremation: Processing the Remains
By The cremation Association of North America

Exactly How Does The Body Burn?
By Hal9000  The results of a body being burned.