On this day 30 years ago, a 12-year-old Elk Grove Village girl collapsed and died after taking two Tylenol capsules before going to school that morning, and six more people would die in the days to come.
A grim anniversary will come this weekend for one of the nation’s most notorious cold cases.
New revelations have surfaced about the origin of the infamous Tylenol poisonings nearly three decades ago.
The attorney for Tylenol killer suspect James Lewis tells Newsradio 780 it is significant that the FBI is now going after someone else–namely, the Unabomber– to see if he can also be linked to the 1982 Tylenol murders that left seven dead.
Authorities are seeking DNA samples from Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber, in connection with the nearly 30-year-old cold case in which seven people died from poisoned Tylenol capsules in Chicago.