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Boston Strangler Case Solved 50 Years Later
The poison is made from plants that are only found on islands in the Jade Sea. The leaves of the plant are picked and aged, then soaked in a wash of limes, sugar water, and rare spices from the Summer Islands. The leaves are then discarded, but the liquid is kept and thickened with ash and allowed to crystallize. It turns a deep purple color. Dissolved in wine, the strangler makes the muscle of the victim's throat clench tighter than a fist, shutting down the windpipe.
It is said the victim's face turns as purple as the poison crystals. Maester Cressen attempts to assassinate Melisandre using the strangler, but she survives after drinking almost the whole poisoned cup of wine.