The greatest drug threat ever to hit the streets
Demidov, was a typical Russian teenager. Not at all different from teenagers
everywhere in fact. Energetic, curious, and that wonderful feeling that
you are invulnerable.
to a greater sense of freedom than his parents and grandparents. He
used this liberation to explore the nightclubs and bars that littered
his home town of Stavropol in southern Russia. He partied long into
the early hours, ecstasy and coke helped prolong the weekends before
mundane life crept back in.
evening was different. He was casually offered a small green and black
capsule, . He took it. He felt high, speedy, eurphoric. That was the
amphetamines. 4 hours later, when most drugs begin to wear off, Demidov
felt numb, very numb. A decline in his reasoning prohibited him from
noticing his temperature dropping, or his heart rate slowing.
He sat quietly
in the corner of a house in which a party he had apparently wandered
into was still going strong.
to witnesses interviewed by police, Demidov was curled in an upright
fetal position, rocking to and fro. He was mostly ignored.
morning, after the majority of partygoers had left. The host began to
usher the rest out. A few stragglers remained, either friends of the
host, or simply too exhausted to leave.
when Demidov was noticed. Only this time he was not ignored. He was
gargling and mumbling in low guttural tones.
the host, leaned over to Demidov, she wanted to see if he was ok and
to try and muster him to leave. He mumbled incoherently. Andreev leaned
in closer to hear what he was trying to say. There was a moment of recognition
with Demidov. Andreev was no longer in his peripheral vision. This was
when he lurched upwards in a Pavlovian motion, to bite her. He caught
her left cheek and part of her hair between his teeth. It was enough
to make her scream with such force, that even the most disconnected
person in the house was rallied to her assistance.
Demidov away from her. But his teeth in defiant locked jaws dislodged
her esophagus. She died within a few agonizing minutes, choking on her
police arrived, 5 more people were killed and each one reanimated within
minutes of death.
with the owners permission, the house was demolished . Who would ever
live there again?
So why did
this happen? How did Demidov become a reanimate?
answer, we have to look at the small pill he took less than 12 hours
earlier. It's called an 'M-bomb.' 'M' for 'Mortosis'. Yes, the unthinkable
has occurred. There is now a capsule out there, readily available across
several borders. It splices 15 mg of amphetamines with 15 mg of the 'necro-mortosis.' virus.
been less than a hundred cases reported but many, many more are thought
to have gone unreported. ZWN's Science Editor Dr. Nancy Chan warns that
typically a user will contract the virus within 3-6 uses. But in Demidov's
case it was his first time. "It's almost like putting a gun to
your head with one chamber empty. Spinning it and firing. " said
Dr. Chan. It's seeming popularity is in the effect of numbness.. A
'spacey', disconnected sense of not caring. But after coming
down, even those who do not contract full blown Mortosis, still have
a heavy sense of lethargy, depression, difficulty in breathing and aching
of joints, even after only one capsule."
"Effects of drug abuse can vary with each individual. Heavier drug users may be tempted
to double or treble the amount taken to reach a greater high. This will
increase the risk of contracting the virus dramatically."
of Homeland Security has responded to questions raised about the threat
to US shores. They stated that anyone caught either manufacturing, trafficking
or using this drug with face 25 years minimum on charges of terrorism
with a biochemical WMD.