Till this day, the way they died still toys with our imagination. Many theories about the exact cause of death still revolve around the deaths of J.
Kennedy and Lady diana. Wouldn't we like to have been there?
FACT CHECK: Women Killed by Poisoned Perfume Samples?
We all know the images of that open car that slowly drives through the streets of Dallas, the President happily waving to the crowd. And then, those few fatal shots. What must it have been like to be near that car?
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By taking away any visual keys, visitors experience these portraits more intensely. In addition, we declare that no one was ever at any time commissioned or authorised by the Hospital to deliver and circulate such warnings.
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Further to this, we would also like to point out that our registered company name is Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur Sdn. This email hoax first surfaced five years ago, and we had posted a statement on the GIMC website to clarify and inform members of the public that the contents of the email were a hoax.
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In view of the above, we sincerely hope that all members of the public who had read this email and our clarification will inform everyone around them that this is a hoax and urge everyone to ignore and delete such emails in the future. A variant of this scare which began circulating in mid cautioned about mailed samples of Tide brand detergent supposedly containing anthrax.
Those warnings were equally spurious — no such incidents have been reported on CNN or elsewhere , and Tide company representatives stated that:.
From time to time people do this kind of thing as a prank, unfortunately there is little we can do other than to share the fact that this is completely unfounded. If you are concerned or want further reassurance please contact our Consumer Relations team on: On or around 12 April , the warning reproduced as images above began circulating on Facebook.
Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur has refuted a message that has been circulating via email and SMS claiming that a poisonous perfume sample caused the death of seven women upon inhalation and exposure in the Hospital.
Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur Public Relations and Communications manager Adeline Abdul Ghani said on Friday that the email was a hoax and did not originate from the Hospital from any of its employees, current or otherwise. Producing reliable fact-checking and thorough investigative reporting requires significant resources. We pay writers, editors, web developers, and other staff who work tirelessly to provide you with an invaluable service: Help us keep Snopes. Make a direct contribution today.
Snopes and the Snopes. Claim Glen Eagles hospital issued an urgent warning because seven women have died after sniffing perfume samples received in the mail. Rating False About this rating. Updated 4 June Published 3 November