I can't resist it, I am just going to add this passage.
We have said previously and say that this compound is syrupy. Although the exact composition of the compound remains unknown to science, cadaverine is one of the range of substances and is syrupy. Those mocking us for saying that it’s syrupy please take the issue up with the scientific community and not with us:
As it’s syrupy, or greasy, when in contact with other surfaces this substance, what we call cadaver compound, adheres to it and contaminates it.
I'm not going to explain the whole process again, because there is obviously a huge bit missing between reality and Textusa's brain, like the unfinished motorway in the film ''Speed'' and there is no way her little grey cells are going to have enough revs to cross that fucking chasm.
Let me just assure those wondering what the buggering bollocks she is on about that corpses do not secrete liquid cadaverine or this mythical compound she has invented. If you want liquid cadaverine you need a lot of bacteria, a fuck load of protein, barrels of solvent, a bunsen burner and a fractionation column. If God had wanted us to dissolve away an hour after death into a sticky, foul smelling puddle, he would have shoved a fractionation column up our arses or at least made us extras in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, where dead body disposal is aided by turning into dust or oozing away down a drain.