Who would have ever thought that reading a book could help save a life. That's what happened thanks to Agatha Christie, and one of her novels. Here is the story from DidYouKnowFacts.
Despite being dead for over a year, famous author Agatha Christie saved a baby’s life in 1977.
Her novel The Pale Horse described thallium poisoning so well that a nurse who’d been reading it was able to diagnose a sick infant, who had doctors stumped.
The baby was immediately tested, they found traces of thallium, doctors changed treatments, and her life had suddenly been saved by a 16-year-old murder mystery novel.
You can read more about this right here. Good read, if you ask me.
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