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Is Scopolamine the world's scariest drug?
What would it take to be considered the world's scariest drug? A documentary that has gone viral in two days has a suggestion –– it’s one that criminals use to erase your memory and renders you incapable of exercising your free will.
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Scopolamine victim describing how under the influence of scopolamine, he led two women to his ATM to withdraw $3100, as it was slipped into his drink.
Scopolamine in the powder form is often blown into faces of victims or added to drinks shown in the documentary "Colombian Devil's Breath."
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