184. The Seattle Cyanide Poisonings | USA

Terror Attack
Stella Nickell Podcast
Seattle Cyanide Poisonings
Solved Crimes
American True Crime
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In the fall of 1982, seven people in Chicago died, all of cyanide poisoning from taking cyanide-tainted Extra-Strength Tylenol. The individual or individuals responsible for this were unknown, and when two local residents in Seattle, Washington died four years later after consuming cyanide-laced Extra-Strength Excedrin, people were left wondering if there was a copycat killer on the loose, how many victims would there end up being, and would anyone be caught and brought to justice for this horrifically familiar crime?

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Created & Produced by Sonya Lowe

Narrated by Noel Vinson

Researched and co-written by Shayla Marshall

Music: “Nordic Medieval” by Marcus Bressler

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This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.


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