A Brief History Of The Crazy Drug Tied To Cannibalism
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That drug, known as bath salts, has reportedly been linked to some pretty crazy behavior – including the face-eating attack in Miami.
But how did this drug get so popular?
Is it even on the DEA's radar, and who takes it?
We have the low-down on the apparently crazy-making drug.
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