One of the CIA’s “New Ghetto Drugs for ’98” collection, Blue Glass is a cheap upper that comes in the form of a blue powder smoked like crack.
The results of taking Blue Glass include almost the complete list of classic euphoric effects: feelings of extreme optimism and happiness; greatly enhanced reflexes; sensory and sexual pleasure; and improved visual acuity.
Sadly the effects are almost immediately followed by the onset semi-permanent suicidal catatonia, meaning that although users will become addicted very quickly, they will also be unlikely to rouse themselves to get a second hit of Blue Glass, despite its low, low price of only a single American dollar per hit.
Related drugs: Brainscratch, Spike and Zom-B.
One of the CIA’s “New Ghetto Drugs for ’98” collection, Brainscratch is a cheap hallucinogen that comes in the form of a liquid taken by dropping it into the eyes.
The result of taking Brainscratch is terrifying hallucinations. Test subjects reported loss of identity and feelings of total dislocation from human world, and its effects can last anywhere from ten years to the rest of the life of the user. Pretty good value for the cost of only two American dollars per hit.
Related drugs: Blue Glass, Spike and Zom-B.
Spike is a cheap stimulant that comes in the form of pills taken orally.
Originally developed by the Pentagon as a drug for military personnel, the side-effects of the drug included sociopathic impulses that even the US military deemed excessive. Spike‘s other effects include a rush of physical strength and invulnerability to pain during its two hour window of effect.
After tests of Spike were discontinued by the Pentagon, it was adopted by the CIA as one of the “New Ghetto Drugs for ’98” collection.
Related drugs: Blue Glass, Brainscratch and Zom-B.
One of the CIA’s “New Ghetto Drugs for ’98” collection, Zom-B is a narcotic with some disturbing side effects, injected directly into the bloodstream by users.
The results of taking Zom-B are an near immediate stupor verging on coma, followed by an activation of the user’s motor functions resembling sleep walking, only much creepier. Users have been known to walk into traffic or off the sides of bridges.
Related drugs: Blue Glass, Brainscratch and Spike.