Defending Against Cannibalistic Zombie Apocalypse: The Secrets Behind The “Bath Salts” Drug

By DiMarkco Chandler

This week, Miami and Louisiana have reported new episodes of cannibalistic zombie apocalypse attacks. A Louisiana man now stands accused of gnawing his neighbor’s face allegedly from being under the influence of drugs. 43-year-old Carl Jacquneaux of Lafayette Parish is accused of biting off a chunk of Todd Credeur this past weekend. Credeur was able to fend off the attack by spraying Jacquneaux in the face with wasp spray. Shortly after, he was taken into custody at the home of a friend whom he held at knife point.

In Miami, Brandon De Leon, 21, was placed under arrest for allegedly trying to bit a police officer. In De Leon’s case, he was clearly under the influence of the Bath Salt Drug. reports that “Leon growled and tried to bite an officer on Saturday…. North Miami Beach Police said De Leon slammed his head repeatedly against the plexiglass of the police cruiser and told the officer ‘I’m going to eat you.’”

These two cases bring this month’s total of cannibalistic attacks to seven. I’d say it’s about time we pay attention to this Bath Salts drug before we’re looking at a Mad Max situation taking over our cities.

That brings me to the question that no one seems to want to ask. What’s in Bath Salts that makes people want to bite another human being? This is very disturbing behavior, folks; in fact, it’s frightening.

Toxicologists and scientists alike are telling us that Bath Salts contain mephedrone, an active ingredient found in crystal meth. And it’s this Mephedrone that make us grind our teeth, especially since it dehydrates you.

I don’t know if you’ve ever tried Acid, cocaine, meth or ecstasy, but the active drug raises one’s heart beat and makes a person want to grind their teeth. Imagine having the urge to grind your teeth. Now imagine over dosing and therefore having a heighten desire to gnash your teeth. This is what I believe is going on physically with people that use these harmful drugs.

I think I can therefore answer the question on grinding one’s teeth.  But first, I’d like to hear from you on the subject.

3 Responses to "Defending Against Cannibalistic Zombie Apocalypse: The Secrets Behind The “Bath Salts” Drug"

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  2. sizzllin   June 8, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    These drugs like acid, cocaine, xstacy, or in xstacy’s more pure form …MDMA have been around for years. In everyday products and even medicine. But they have never had a reaction like that of these bath salts.

    I am not saying I am for or against recreational drug use. But I am saying that I am tired of reading about kids dieing or going to the hospital because they are drinking hand sanitizer to get drunk, or raiding their parents’ medicine cabinet for a quick high. Or adults losing their jobs, homes, and ultimately their lives because they wanna sit and watch their tie dye t shirt wiggle and dance, or have an in depth conversation about what the stars look like vs what the stars look like on WEED MAN!!

    With all the stresses we deal with daily between work, the failing economy, family issues, always ending up in a war, and now…zombies, people should be allowed to kick back and let it all out with a doobie an some cookies, or even a bump of coke and rewiring your laptop. Same issue we are having that went on during prhabition. If people want a buzz or high they will find a way to do it. So why not legalize the drugs of old that in moderation did not hurt anyone. Otherwise this so called war on drugs will produce zombies.

    What would you rather have, someone who won’t stop saying, ” I love you maaan” in between bites of a honeybun and swigs of mountain dew, or a frickin zombie?!?!?!?!

  3. RankineCycle   June 7, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    These drugs are stimulants and are good at keeping people awake and alert, but they have horrifyingly awful comedowns. To combat the comedown, the quickest and easiest thing to do is to take more of the drug (a. la. “hair of the dog”). Unfortunately it leads to another sleepless day and an even worse comedown tomorrow. The cycle repeats until the forced sleeplessness catches up to the user.

    “This is what I believe is going on physically with people that use these harmful drugs.”

    It’s probably much simpler: What do you think happens when a human being doesn’t sleep at all for an entire week?

    These drugs are not as pleasant to use as the traditional illegals, and this is clear if any of the people involved with these incidents were overusing the drugs: they were not able to handle the comedown(s) and dosed over and over in attempt to combat it.

    Certainly no one would use these nasty things if they could use the time-tested staples like cocaine, methamphetamine, or MDMA without being arrested or losing employment as a result of drug tests. Compare this to how people drank dodgy alcohol including methanol during prohibition in the U.S., because the true, tested product was illegal.


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