a Wisconsin man and woman were shocked to death

Tanya M. Rodriguez, 44, and James K. Carolfi, 52, were the victims, according to the Marathon County Sheriff's Office. 

Rodriguez and Carolfi perished on April 6th, before the fire, according to WSAW-TV.

The killings, according to the sheriff's office, were unintentional, and the victims died from electrocution caused by fractal wood burning

An artistic technique that has gained popularity on social media sites such as TikTok, Facebook, and YouTube

After the wood has been soaked in a chemical solution, the procedure involves burning lightning-shaped patterns into it with high-voltage electricity.

According to the American Association of Woodturners, at least 33 people have died as a result of fractal burning.