About Devil's Breath - The World's Scariest Drug
A look into the properties of the drug Scopolamine, also known as Devil's Breath'. The infamous drug is known for it's physically and mentally unpleasant effects on the consumer - most notably the failure to exercise free will.

Ryan Duffy travels to Colombia to find out more about the drug and it's devastating consequences.
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