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The Masquerader Is Bold-Faced Entertainment

Within the first 1000 words, The Masquerader plunges from the back benches of Parliament to the backstreets of London, setting up a psychological thriller that readers won’t soon forget. 190 more words

Psychological Novel

Mice, Morphine, and Other Essentials of a Mad Scientist #3 – Ted

As mentioned in my last post, I was able to visit the lab of the researchers I am working with this past week. The researchers, Tom and Heather, work at the Coatesville VA Medical Center. 394 more words

Westtown School

28th September 1926. The Drug Problem.

The Opium trade, for a century, had been engaged in by the big Imperial interests. However the problem had now moved nearer to home, for a 1904 advert in the British Daily Telegraph, advised that: ‘ALCOHOL EXCESS AND DRUG HABITS cured at home, in three to seven weeks’. 623 more words



I’d like to start by thanking a few people for their kindness and messages on my last blog. You know who you are :)
I appreciated it so much and am touched by the help, I hope to be able to return this kindness at some point. 524 more words

To keep customers coming back, some Chinese restaurants are lacing noodles with opiates

Forget Colorado, stoners. The real frontier of narcotic edibles is in Shaanxi province, China. A restaurant owner there just confessed to police that to keep customers coming back, he had infused his noodles with 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) of pulverized poppy buds—which can contain… 485 more words

"Memory Sharks", Came Outta Nowhere!

“Sharks patrol these waters,
sharks patrol these waters.
Don’t let your fingers dangle in the water,
Don’t you worry about the day glow orange life preserver. 140 more words

A Quick and Easy-to-Understand Glimpse at Morphine

Morphine is defined as an opioid analgesic drug that contains opium in its chemical mixture. It is often used in medical situations to relieve intense pain being experienced by patients, however, its administration is ultimately determined by a licensed physician. 428 more words

Pain Management