The kid was reportedly “shaking, growling, and foaming at the mouth.”
That led to him smashing his head against the ground.
Two hours later, he was dead.
No, it’s not a scene from American Horror Story.
It was a real-life occurrence in Grand Forks, North Dakota–and if you love irony, the drug the guy was on is called “Smiles”!
That’s the street term for 2C-1, the latest hallucinogen that’s sweeping the nation, as bath salts take a back burner, as it were.
In some cases, “Smiles” is a sensory assault that seems to make things psychedelic and pseudo-profound, until the images get really ugly and horrifying–sort of like the last Oliver Stone film.
I hate to become a hectoring mix of Nancy Reagan and the narrator of Reefer Madness, but I’d recommend staying away from this.
Even if you like that sort of thing.