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I have become aware of various facts in connection with the death of this unknown. I have formed an opinion as to whether death was natural or not. I think it was not a natural death.

"What killed the Somerton man?" Is almost as big a question as "Who was he?"

The simple answer to both is "We just don't know!"

Poisons

Aconite

Aconitine

Alcohol

Alkaloids

Arsenic

Atropine

Barbiturates

Barium Meal

Bella Donna (Deadly Nightshade) - Atropine

Benzedrine

Benzene

Botulinum Toxin

Bromide

Brucine

Caffeine

Carbolic Acid

Carbon Tetrachloride

Cardiac Glycosides

Castor Bean  (Ricinus Communis) - Ricin

Chloroform

Cocaine

Codeine

Coramin 

Curare

Cyanide

Diazol(matrazol)

Digitalis/Digoxin/Digitoxin

Diphtheria Toxin

Ephedrine

Hemlock

Heroin

Hydrogen Peroxide

Insulin

'The state of the liver would exclude insulin...' 'The finding of glycogen in the liver excludes insulin causing death.'

Kola-nut

Lead Arsenate Pesticide

Lilly of The Valley

Neo synephrin

Nicotine

Nitroglycerine

Nux vomica

Oleander

Phenobarb (Barbiturate)

Phosphates (Super) – Fertiliser  

Prussic Acid – Hydrogen Cyanide

Quinine

Scopalomine

Shellfish Toxin -Shellfish are filter feeder and accumulate toxins produced by algae, such as dinoflagellates and diatoms, and cyanobacteria. The princible toxin responsible for paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) is Salitoxin.

Strophanthin

Strychnine

Thallium

Tubariu

Venom, snake, spider, fish

Veratrine

Warfarin

Natural Causes

Exposure

Lymphoma

Leukaemia

Positional Asphyxiation

Neurosyphilis

Diabetic Coma

Wildlife

Cone Shell

Black Widow

Any number of other deadly critters.

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