The Strange Story of Napoleon's Wallpaper.

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When Napoleon Bonaparte died in 1821, an autopsy led doctors to believe he died of cancer stemming from a perforated stomach ulcer. 20th century tests on souvenir locks of Napoleon’s hair led researchers to think he was poisoned with arsenic. But could it have been his own house that killed him? Link -via Metafilter

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