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This bottle of Extra-Strength Tylenol, photographed in 1982, has the same production series number (MC 2880) as the bottles which were found to have caused cyanide poisoning to seven people in the Chicago area. In 1982 seven people died after ingesting Tylenol capsules laced with cyanide poison. The cyanide tampering scare led to reforms in packaging of over-the-counter substances and federal anti-tampering laws.

Chicago Tylenol murders remain unsolved mystery 30 years later. Sept.29,1982. Mary Kellerman took Tylenol for a sore throat. Unfortunately, she died from the med, which had been laced w/cyanide. Adam Janus,27 also died from taking Tylenol. Ultimately, 7 died from the tainted medicine by Oct 1, 1982 including 4 women, 2 men & 1 child. This crime is still under investigation by the FBI w/James W. Lewis prime suspect.

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Richard Trenton Chase..murdered and cannibalized 6 people in one month in Sacramento, CA giving him the name "The Vampire Killer". He consumed his victims blood and believed Nazi's were trying to poison him.

Remember when you could smoke inside places like McDonald's ?

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Pol Pot, the vicious dictator of Cambodia murdered 1/3 of all Cambodians. His methods were followed out by the Khmer Rouge and it's followers. Most people were beheaded in areas known as the killing fields. Because ammunition was expensive, the genocide was carried out with melee weapons and fatal torture. He remains one of history's most evil.

An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia. - October 10, 1885

Jonestown mass suicide - Nov. 18, 1978. 909 men, women, and children died.

"Pinheads" Carte de visite, ca. 1865. Pinheads were microcephalic people who were often placed in freak shows and dressed as adult babies. Was this better than an asylum at the time?