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By Journalist Sarah McVeigh. After hearing the news, Georgie not her real name , 21, got in touch with Hack to share her experience. NBOMe is a new class of synthetic drugs, deed to mimic the effects of other illicit substances.

The drugs have already been linked to several deaths in Australia. Georgie describes being suddenly overwhelmed by a sense of doom; panicking, taking off her clothes, fleeing in her car, throwing away her phone, and shocking herself on electric fences. I'd just finished exams and we decided to go camping to one of my favourite waterfalls. It's just completely in the middle of nowhere. It's an hour and a half from any civilisation. We took [the tabs] in the morning so we could just really relax and enjoy the views and everything.

I felt like I tasted something a little bit different to usual. Usually there's no taste at all. There was a little bit of bitterness but I didn't really think much of it. It took about half an hour, so it was pretty quick. I've had LSD before and sometimes it's taken an hour, an hour and a half, so it was pretty instant. All of a sudden out of nowhere I was just convinced that we were going to die.

I thought that everything was going to blow up. I had these petrol canisters in the back of my car that I had from another trip and I was just convinced they were going to blow up so I grabbed them both. I ran and threw them into the mountain. I was just convinced that everything was out to get us. I thought that my car was not safe there, we weren't safe there. All of a sudden it was this scary, dangerous place. I am a huge lover of nature. I have always felt safe in nature and all of a sudden I felt that my life was in danger.

I was demanding the keys, I was just like "we need to escape, we're not safe here, we need to leave". We just got in the car and I drove. All of a sudden the car turned on me as well. I felt I wasn't safe in the car. I was in the middle of driving and I just opened the door and jumped out the window while the car was still moving.

I grabbed my phone; I thought that was unsafe; I threw that into the river. I threw my watch into the river. I took all of my clothes off. I jumped through this electric fence to try to run away and then I just stopped in the middle of this paddock and I was just completely naked and just screaming out any name of anyone I knew to try to get help.

I was calling out into the middle of nowhere, there was no-one around. I was trying to talk to the ambulance. I was trying to talk to my Mum. I was convinced that I had to sacrifice myself. I think [my friend] was trying to get to me but there were electric fences all around and I jumped through three to get to the area I was. He finally came to me and I didn't realise he was my friend, I thought he was a completely different person that I once knew and that he had come to save me because I had called out his name. I was bleeding. I was bleeding all down my legs and all over my face and I was naked and they were just like 'what's happened, what are you doing?

I remember calling my Mum in the police car and saying 'Mum, I've been in a car accident, there's blood everywhere. The car is a write-off, I'm going to the hospital now, can you please come and pick me up. I didn't tell her the whole story right away, I just said 'Mum we took LSD and I drove the car' and she just looked at me with complete shock and disgust and I just lost it because I was still affected at that point, I was still under the influence, but I knew that was my Mum and I had hurt her. I was reading about that young footballer that passed away from NBOMe.

I just thought I was going to die. My experiences seem to link to what this young man had. I'm anxious even driving, I'm anxious all the time. It's not worth it, it's not. All of a sudden I hate myself, I can't believe that I would put myself and my family in this position.

What if I got in the car and kept driving, what if I got to a main road and what if I killed someone, what if I killed us. I am just so lucky to be alive and I am so lucky that I can turn this around and change my life and hopefully try and educate other people because it's not worth it. It's not worth it. If you need to speak to someone about your drug use, you can find a list of support services here.

Hack Home Podcast Contact. Posted Wed 26 Oct , pm. Updated Wed 26 Oct , pm. This is your brain on drugs. Image: Supplied. Share Facebook Twitter Mail Whatsapp. Footballer dies after taking what he thought was ecstasy A Victorian footballer has died after he took a powerful, synthetic psychoactive drug. The rise of New Psychoactive Substances "This will be the summer of multiple unknown overdoses".

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