Teen LSD Party In Mill Valley Turns Into Marin County Blood Ritual

"Every one of the top 40 records being played on every radio station in the United States is a communication to the children to take a trip, to cop out, to groove."

An all-night, LSD-fueled party in Mill Valley, California went wildly out of control early Sunday morning, requiring law enforcement officers from no less than five nearby towns to bring everyone back down to earth.

Things started to turn south around 7:30 a.m. Sunday morning, when paramedics received a call that a boy had started suffering from seizures after taking acid. EMTs from the Southern Marin Fire District arrived at the scene to find a 16-year-old boy covered in blood and using "superhuman strength" to block their entrance. The boy became increasingly violent until the paramedics called for backup, bringing in everyone from the Marin County Sheriff's Department to Mill Valley and Tiburon police. A second call for help brought in additional officers from around the area.

Authorities trying to control the scene had to contend with the original blood-covered boy and his 18-year-old girlfriend who also turned violent and began spitting blood on firefighters. Police found a total of eight partygoers inside the supposedly vacant home, many of them covered in blood.

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12 Responses:

  1. Egan misses all the good party's.

  2. I did not realize that wardrobe professionals at KTVU were non-essential government workers. That orange striped tie with a blue checked shirt! I need eye bleach! How can he wear that on tv? Doesn't he know the risk he poses? Cut it out, man! Some of us are on acid over here!

  3. Now you can stop wondering why I am so weird.

  4. Brad Steffen says:

    The only news here is that they were noisy enough to get noticed.

  5. If anyone knows the origin of the quote in the first paragraph (made popular by 1000 Homo DJs) I would love to know more about it. It sounds like a radio sample but perhaps it was something Jourgensen & Co made up themselves when they recorded their cover of Supernaut? (I’m afraid my google-fu is failing me here.)