List of poisonings  

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This is a list of poisonings in chronological order of victim. It also includes confirmed attempted and fictional poisonings. Many of the people listed here committed or attempted to commit suicide by poison; others were poisoned by others.

Contents

Non-fiction

Fatal poisonings

Non-fatal poisonings

Alleged poisonings

Poisoners

Fiction

As poisoning is a long-established plot device in crime fiction, this is an inexhaustive list.

Novels

Crime fiction

Other fiction

Films

Plays

See also




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