On the morning of Sept. 29, 1982, the parents of 12-year-old Mary Kellerman gave their daughter one extra-strength Tylenol capsule for a standard runny nose and sore throat. Unbeknownst to them, the pill was laced with highly poisonous potassium cyanide, and by 7 a.m., Mary was dead.
Within a week, her death would panic the entire nation, and ultimately change the way we purchase and consume over-the-counter medications.
For the 100th anniversary of World War I, a team at The Open University in U.K. has been searching through photo archives around the world to find unique and significant images of the conflict. The University hired a photo restoration specialist to restore and color a handful of the images.