What product do you rely on often to cut through the pain and deal with it at the source? Tylenol of course! But back in 1982, the manufacturer of Tylenol realized that someone had laced these common pain pills with potassium cyanide. The maker, Johnson & Johnson, was in real hot water and needed to conduct one of the biggest recalls ever.

After the tainted Tylenol pills killed seven people in the Chicago area in 1982, JNJ got to work issuing one of the biggest product recalls in history.

Over the course of several weeks, they dropped $100 million to recall Tylenol that could have been exposed to the poison.

The product on the next page takes you where you want to go – but what if it failed on you?