Terror in a Pill: An Oral History of the Chicago Tylenol Murders
Thirty years ago, seven people in the Chicago area died after taking cyanide-laced Tylenol. In an exclusive oral history, the principal players in that drama recount their frantic efforts to solve the first act of domestic terrorism–and the search for the perpetrator that continues to this day.
By David Zivan

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