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.
Sourpuss Clothing Cyanide & Arsenic Salt & Pepper Shakers yew gotta poison yer enemiez somehow, bb. Get yer evil plans in motion with this shaker set that features two white salt and pepper containers that read “Pure Cyanide Poison” and “Pure Arsenic Poison” on the front.
Antique Victorian Punch and Judy Frog Tea cups pair Brown Allerton Staffordshire England Transferware