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The Deadly History of the Victorian Green Dye

The Scheele Green Dye being used in wallpapers, clothing, and ornaments was a beautiful, silent, and deadly killer for many.

The Scheele Green Dye was used for various purposes, including dyeing clothes | Photo Credits: Esquire

19th century Britain had its fair share of mysteries, but none as deathly and conspicuous as the one behind the arsenic-laden green dye. Many families grieved the untimely loss of…




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