MARCH 2011 - Arsenic. The past and the present. - Anna Avraham
On the 14th of January 1840, in the town of La Glandier in the French province, in a palace which wasn't actually palace, a wealthy man was dying, who was actually a beggar, of cholera, which was not actually cholera. If we add to all this the fact that his aristocrat wife was taking care of him, who didn't have a drop of blue blood in her veins, it becomes obvious, that someone owes you some serious explaining. Therefore we explain that our patient is a man in his thirties of the name Charles Lafarge. His wife on the other hand is Mary.