Bath Salts – “Felt like the Darkest, Evilest thing Imaginable”
People behaving strangle and showing what appears to be super human strength…Remember that naked man who chewed off the face of another man in what is being called a zombie-like attack? Authorities said they suspected the attacker was under the influence of bath salts. The victim is still in critical condition at a Miami hospital.
Video footage captured by surveillance cameras on the nearby Miami Herald building shows the 18-minute attack, which ended when police shot and killed a man identified as Rudy Eugene, 31, who was clearly in need of spending some time at one of the luxury detox centers in Florida.
The man in the video bellow, is strapped onto a gurney and restrained, yet he is singing, making faces and twitching. He said he was hallucinating about being in a mental hospital and being possessed by Jason Voorhees, the character from the “Friday the 13th” movies.
“It felt so evil. It felt like the darkest, evilest thing imaginable,” said Sharp, now 27, of Tennessee, who says he hasn’t used bath salts in months.
Sharp said he never felt the urge to “eat anybody’s flesh” while under the influence of bath salts, but noted, “You feel like you’re 10 feet tall and bulletproof, and you actually do not feel any pain.”
Why ‘bath salts’ are dangerous:
“This is a terrible drug because it takes a combination of methamphetamine, and the paranoia and the aggressiveness, and LSD, the hallucinations, and PCP, the extreme paranoia that you get, combines it into one, and has unpredictable effects on human behavior,” Paul Adams, an emergency room doctor in Miami, told CNN.
The drug remains legal in some states, although many others have taken steps to ban the substances.
Asked what he would say to other users, Sharp said, “The only thing I can say to them is that if you value your life, you’ll stop it and you won’t do it anymore, because it will destroy your life. It will destroy your family. It will destroy everything.”
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