I couldn't make sense of this section:
Deianeira, distraught over her husband's latest infidelity, rubbed the supposed love charm into Hercules' shirt. After putting aflame. Zeus then intervened, consuming the pyre with his thunderbolts and bringing Hercules to Olympus to be made a true immortal.
After putting what aflame? His shirt? His body? It doesn't explicitly say that the poisoned love potion killed him. I'd try to clean it up, but I'm not quite sure how this story goes. --Lonesome Pinky 10:45, 6 July 2006 (EDT)
Thank you to whoever edited this section. Now I understand the story! --Lonesome Pinky 12:00, 25 December 2006 (CST)