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Agatha Christie was born on September 15, 1890, in Torquay, United Kingdom. When Agatha May Clarissa Miller was growing up, her parents feared that she was mentally challenged because she was very shy. However, she later showed some positive signs that made her parents dismissed the belief.
In 1901, at the age of 11, Agatha lost her father to pneumonia and chronic kidney disease. This occurrence marked the end of her childhood.
In 1906, Agatha was sent to a finishing school in Paris, where she became an up-and-coming musician. However, this idea soon faded off, and Agatha eventually volunteered to work in a poison dispensary in a local hospital. Her experience at the dispensary informed many of the poisoning experience she wrote in her book, "THE PALE HORSE."