The cause of the fire to faulty wiring but that didnt

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the cause of the fire to faulty wiring but that didn't make sense considering the lights were working fine when Mrs. Sodder got up and turned them off. Did the kids actually go to bed without shutting everything off and locking the door or did someone come in and take them before they went to bed? Was the phone call just a distraction for something? Was it something to start the fire that hit the roof? Who moved the ladder? Did someone tamper with the truck> Why were there no remains at all found? Also why did it take the fire department so long to arrive and why did they plant remains to try and fool the Sodders? These are all questions that the Sodders did not get answers to before the passed away. These are all questions that will make you think that the five children were not in the home when it burned. It makes you wonder where those five children now and wat really happened that night.
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Trisha Dragon English 111 Tracy Cooper 29 June 2018 Works Cited Abbott, Karen. "The Children Who Went Up In Smoke". Smithsonian, 25 December 2012, - 172429803."Abbott " MacGowen, Doug. "The Sodder Children". Historic Mysteries, 2 February 2015, . "MacGowen" Serafino. Jay. "The Enduring Mystery of the Sodder Children's Christmas Disappearance". Mental Floss, 23 December 2017, - and-murder-mysteries-life-and-death-madame-x . "Serafino"
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