Earlier this month, a student from Singapore tripping on shrooms in a Bali hotel jumped five floors to his death. The news recalled an incident from a year ago, when a 23-year old banker at Merrill Lynch had plunged 26 stories after eating some magic mushrooms. These tragic stories are familiar; a quick Google search reveals dozens of similar incidents that have happened over the years, stories that are inevitably used to demonize the drug. Indeed, as a police narcotics source told the New York Post after last year’s death, “when you take these mushrooms, they make you hallucinate and, in some cases, if you take enough of them they make you believe that you can fly like Superman.”
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