"This documentary from the Vice team borders on the absolutely most scary of their series.
Beware of Scopolamine it is a killer drug with NO benefits.
The team went to Columbia to explore the report of the most dangerous drug in the world; not due to recreational use but because of it’s use as a criminal and deadly agent. There is nothing in the deadly country of Columbia which the peolpe fear more than this drug..or falling foul of it’s use.
Scopolamine, also known as “The Devil’s Breath.” is a drug which is so very powerful and renders those subjected to it completely void of their own will…they are totally under the control of the criminal who has administered it!! They can be taken to the ATM and withdraw all their money or drive to their own house and empty every item and anyone observing would believe they have done so under their own free will. It is this robbery of the persons free will which makes this so lethal.
It is used by crime gangs and prostitutes to rob abuse and often kill the individual…it is used in abductions and there is nothing at all recreational about this drug.
This is one drug that even drug abusers in their own right avoid like the plague…one manipulator describes it as worse than Anthrax.
Scopolamine and its use in Columbia has completely changed the Vice teams thoughts and they too were so careful to flush the drug down the toilet….it can be carried airborne or administered in a drink …just so lethal and frightening.
Victims who survive the experience remember nothing of what they have done and usually have repeated flashback of memory loss.
Beware of this killer drug."
At the 88th Academy Awards, the short documentary “A Girl in the River – The Price of Forgiveness” took home the Oscar for best short documentary. Check out the trailer...