Moonshine Culture May Have Given Way to a Preference for Small-Batch Meth
Meth and moonshine have drawn comparisons before, but in Appalachia, an area where moonshine once reigned, the local culture and customs may have helped the meth trade thrive.
North Korea's Got a Big Crystal Meth Problem
A new report basically says the DPRK is one big meth lab.
Cruising Through Cape Town's Slums with Elite Drug Cops
The Western Cape is one of the world's most concentrated hotspots for meth, murder and gangsterism.
Ketamine Bladder and Getting High Off Metal Cleaner: Let's Talk About London's Club Drug Problem
I interviewed Dr Owen Bowden-Jones about ketamine bladder, "cartoon vision" and the new trend for getting high off metal cleaner.
The Meth-Fuelled, Week-Long Orgies Ravaging London's Gay Sex Party Scene
Less Breaking Bad, more breaking balls.
Zefrey Throwell Makes Art Out of Crystal Meth and His Father's Ashes
But he had to break down his dad's jaw with a pestle and mortar first.
Meth Heads in America Are Robbing People's Graves
I spoke to an archaeologist about being stalked by tomb-raiding tweakers.
Crystal Meth Addicts in America Keep Setting Themselves on Fire
I interviewed a cop about the 'shake and bake' method that's burning people alive and closing down hospitals.
Few things in the world are less classy than smoking crystal meth.