Originally posted by MentorsRiddle
All it takes is one bad hit of "something" to make somebody snap.
This man may have very well been a saint, who occasionally or regularly smoked weed - but all it takes is one bad dealer to lace your stash with something "extra special" to make your brain sizzle like eggs on a skillet.
I feel bad for this man's family, and if it was drug induced, feel slightly bad for him. But we all make choices that determine the outcome of our life.
If it was drugs, then it is his fault - intentional or not.
If it was something other - then I feel badly for him.
Regardless, this is a horrible incident that will stick in the minds of people for years to come.
I hope they find the root cause of this incident, but it will probably be swept under the rug.
Personally I fiddle with the idea that this was a controlled experiment by "someone" to see a reaction.
Originally posted by VeiledMoon
Interesting. Did anyone else read the thread about the 33 year old mother who dismembered and ate her three week old son recently? She apparently ate his brain as well. Afterwards, she slit her throat, stabbed her chest, and told the cops that the devil made her do it.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by Vortiki
I've already been called out on my naivety regarding drugs, but wouldn't it make sense to give something "special" to someone on the first buy or two, and then give them the cheap stuff after they're hooked?
Originally posted by Dreine
reply to post by getreadyalready
It appears he was religious. Voodoo. At least according to this...
Interesting to say the least.edit on 31-5-2012 by Dreine because: typo
In order to navigate daily life, vodouists cultivate personal relationships with the lwa through the presentation of offerings, the creation of personal altars and devotional objects, and participation in elaborate ceremonies of music, dance, and spirit possession.
Originally posted by daaskapital
Originally posted by blackmetalmist
In other words, this guy still had some logical thinking inside of him.
Not when he was eating that guy's face. The witness interview about how Eugene responded to the police officer by raising himself and growling. That is a sure sign that he was in his predator instincts. The growl is generally used as a "back off" warning in animal circles, so maybe he was saying "back off, get your own food" in his primal instincts...edit on 31-5-2012 by daaskapital because: sp
Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by blueorder
Atta boy blue ! Unbridled emotional comments, that add nothing to the discussion but insults to a dead man, alweays make a big impression on everyone at ATS. I can't wait for your next syllable.
Those of you who think you can rule out possession ?
Most likely have never seen anything nor had any kind of paranormal experience. So let me guess it doesn't exist