“CHICAGO TYLENOL MURDERS OF 1982”
An unknown assailant laced tylenol with potassium cyanide before placing them back on shelves in a chicago store. During the months of September and October of 1982, seven people were killed as a result.
THIS EVENT IS VERY REAL AND ACTUALLY PRESENTED A NATIONWIDE STATE OF PANIC IN THE 1980S. PEOPLE WERE CONVINCED THEIR CHILDREN’S HALLOWEEN CANDY COULD POTENTIALLY BE TAMPERED WITH AND THEREFORE HARMFUL IF INGESTED. IT IS SAID THAT “PANIC SPIKES DUE TO PARANOIA DURING A FEARFUL TIME.” ALTHOUGH THERE ARE SOME TRUE CASES THAT HOLD PROOF OF THIS EXISTING, ONE COMMON MYTH THAT HOLDS ZERO TRUTH IS THE TALE OF RAZORBLADES BEING FOUND INSIDE APPLES!
BUT SORRY – YOU were WRONG!
Flip a coin. If it lands on “heads,” you are safe and can return the card to the deck. If it lands on “tails,” you must go straight to quarantine until you test negative.