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Author: Dromos

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The remains of the Dean of St. Paul's, John Colet was located in a lead-lined coffin in the cathedral of Saint Paul since 1509 when it burned during the Great Fire in 1666. Two people opened the coffin and notcied that he turned into a soup because he was cooked in his preserving fluids. Some sources even say that the two sampled the soup and said that it tasted only of iron.

Source: Karl Shaw, 2007, 5 people who died during sex, Broadway Books, New York

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