DiscoverStuff You Should KnowThe Tylenol Murders, Part I
The Tylenol Murders, Part I

The Tylenol Murders, Part I

Update: 2019-05-2893
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On one terrible day in Chicago in 1982, seven people died suddenly and mysteriously. In just a matter of hours, it becomes clear, someone has poisoned bottles of Extra-Strength Tylenol, one of the most trusted and widely-used products in America.

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Comments (5)

Austin

Off topic until 7:30

Jun 11th
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Marleta Smith

I know not the focus, but Johnny Gosch (rhymes with Josh, as in gosh)

Jun 2nd
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lane keller

loving this so far... heard you say "rule of thumb". I think people would be interested to know where that phrase comes from... just a thought

May 30th
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lane keller

Jacob Baldwin I wasn't thinking a negative way... I personally thought the origin was interesting. no worries.

May 30th
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Jacob Baldwin

lane keller At this point, everyone uses this phrase without a thought of its origins. I get where you're coming from, but language evolves, and the only thing giving this word negative connotation is pointing out what it used to mean.

May 30th
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The Tylenol Murders, Part I

The Tylenol Murders, Part I

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