ODENSE, DENMARK — Researchers in Denmark accidentally discovered three books that were covered in poison.
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The substance found on these book covers, was VERY COMMONLY used as an insecticide until the 1950's
It is STILL used in fireworks, although the US has put severe limits on the amount allowed.
The amount of Arsenic on those book covers would be lethal, if you ATE the books in one sitting. And your meal would need to consist of SIX or more, otherwise you would get a nonlethal dose.
Frankly, this is fake news.
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