An Essex country manorAn English villageA dinner partyAn Indian Island off the English CoastA trainA coffee bar in ChelseaAn art studioA cliff pathA lodge
Editing your willArriving at an English island mentioned in your invitationPreparing to star in a Hollywood productionRecreating a dinner partyRiding a trainFighting at a coffee barHaving an affair with a young model at your studioDrinking wineClearing out possesions at the lodge
Your gold digging husbandThe woman that you unintentionally infected with measles when she was pregnantA man seeking to punish crimes not punishable by lawA secretary who falls in love with a horrible manYour husband who wants to marry someone elsePeople who want to make it look like you died from natural causesYour mistress who seeks revenge once she finds out that you are not leaving your wifeYour son who wants the family fortuneA nurse
Which Poison From Agatha Christie's Novels Would Kill You?
The poison from The Mysterious Affair at Styles would kill you within hours after ingestion. The Strychnine would cause uncontrollable muscle contractions that intensify as time passes.
You would die from ingesting the most popular poison in Christie's novels. Cyanide is found in the pits of cherries, apricots and almonds. Most of the time it's tame but in high concentrations it is rapidly lethal.
Arsenic would be the poison to kill you. It is a tasteless and odorless white powder that dissolves in liquids.
The poison from The Pale Horse would kill you. Commonly used in rat poison and when it is absorbed, ingested, or inhaled it is fatal and can take weeks to run its course.
The poison from Five Little Pigs would be the one to kill you. Coniine derived from Hemlock would cause you cause death by respiratory paralysis.
The popular poison, Morphine, would be the one to kill you. It can be added to food or liquids and is fatal in large doses.