A Terrifying Tale Of Greed, Copycat Schemes, And Cyanide-Laced Medicine 

Nobody was ever convicted in the 1982 Chicago Tylenol Murders. But in 1986, when two Seattle-area people died after ingesting Excedrin laced with cyanide, Stella Nickell was nabbed for the copycat crime; one of the victims was her husband. Nearly 30 years later, the case hasn’t gotten any less bizarre. »5/08/15 2:20pm5/08/15 2:20pm