The one fact about this case that keeps bugging me is the fact that one of the children stayed home from school that day. Was the child sick? If so, I can't imagine that the two children would have been feeling well enough to play together. If the one child was in bed, maybe the other child was bored and could have been playing with matches, but it doesn't seem likely. The time of the fire also seems like a strange time for a fire to be started as an accident by a child, or by anyone. I would think that the household would be settling down for the night, watching a movie or tv, just lounging together. I also don't understand why both adults would have been in the basement. The other odd thing is why someone would have 30 propane tanks in the basement. I don't know about you, but those tanks aren't cheap, and most people just have them refilled when they are empty. I can understand having one or two for backup, but 30? Maybe they were being collected for recycling, but I find it hard to imagine that anyone would store them in the house. If those tanks were empty, would they still have contributed to the fire? I would think since they are pressurized, they might contribute to the initial combustion, but the way those marks were described, its sounds like there was some kind of fuel interacting with the flames. This is all very confusing. I ask the universe to please protect these beautiful children, and to bring them home.