February 27, 2020  Last Update: November 12, 2019, 4:01 pm

‘Mortal Kombat’ Ecstasy Kills Scottish Clubbers

More ecstasy pills contaminated with other drugs, killing people. This time the pills were appropriately named “Mortal Kombat”.

Atlantis Black Market Drugs Commercial: Sting Operation or Bold Move?

A new Internet black market is unabashedly promoting itself as the place to buy drugs online, with a slick YouTube video. Some “experts” on the underground drug society think this is a sting operation run by law enforcement. You must see this video.

Deaths in Canada linked to PMMA mixed in Ecstasy

Party goers should be extra wary of what they put in their mouths, especially when they think it’s ecstasy. Deadly paramethoxy-metamphetamine (PMMA) was a common factor in five ecstasy-related deaths in the past six months. Dozens more deaths were linked to PMMA around the world.

SWIM: Someone Who Isn’t Me uses Drugs

“It is much better to talk about a friend who got into trouble or who is engaging in illegal activities than yourself. let me tell you about my friend SWIM…”

Krokodil Eating Away at Russian Addicts

Krokodil, a cheap home-made injectable drug, kills users within the first couple years, but is gaining popularity in rural Russia.

Maintaining a High with the New Uncrushable Oxy’s

Is it only a matter of time before addicts figure out how to abuse the new uncrushable Oxy known as Oxecta?

Reporting From the Drug Forums

With the Internet and social media, the underground drug culture and mainstream cultures are converging online. Online drug forums are just one example. In the illicit and questionably-legal forums, previously isolated drug users are gathering online to share stories, helpful information, and advice without restrictions of borders and time zones. Anonymity online is easier than Continue Reading…

Can you shoot air out your eye sockets?

How far can you shoot milk from your eye socket? This week, drug forum users debate whether or not this awkward talent is related to drug abuse or not.

Drug Users Debate the Drug Shortage Issue

Some prescription drug users may need to find an alternative remedy to pain relief if officials cannot stop the drug shortage trends.