What Is an Undetectable Poison?

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There are many kinds of poison which are considered undetectable. These kinds of poison have been used for thousands of years and still continue to be used today. An example of an 'undetectable poison' is Nitroglycerin. It is called undetectable because it has no taste and smell etc.
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1. Contact the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) This office has been around for more than 50 years. To find a deadly poison list, be sure to register into the
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