Skip to comments.Hallucinating hiker lost in Californian wilderness with girl is charged with METH possession
Posted on 05/03/2013 3:11:05 PM PDT by bgill
Both recalled little from their ordeal, beyond hallucinations. Jack said that she had wild thoughts her parents had been sentenced to prison time, a python was eating her and that Cendoya, 19, had told her he was having visions of a tiger.
The search to find them required 1,900 man-hours and cost taxpayers an estimated $160,000. A deputy was injured while trying to rescue Cendoya. He faces up to three years in jail if convicted, reports The Orange County Register.
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These morons may be charged for the expense spent on them. Good. Double that $160,000 and give them jail time. Their parents must be so proud.
Just think, if they were “native Americans” they could have called it a vision quest.
Reminds me of a Netflix movie that I saw a couple of years ago. About these guys who go into the woods to survive and do peyote. Wish I could remember the name.
I remember seeing a thing on TV about this young couple who froze to death after getting messed up on meth. They ran out of gas and were lost. They were able to call 911. You hear the actual calls with the dispatcher desperately trying to get out of them enough info to determine their location. She also pleaded with them not to leave their vehicle. They were unable to trace the location of their cell phone and found their bodies the next day.
There are legal prescription remedies that can help you remember.
I love it and have a coffee mug with the Duke’s saying on it.
“About these guys who go into the woods to survive and do peyote. Wish I could remember the name.”
The Bill and Hillary administration.
It is lost to me. No legal remedies can help at this point.
The Doors. Young Guns. Natural Born Killers. All had peyote scenes.
None of those, I tried to look it up. I’m going to go on Netflix and find it before I have to get a prescription for medication.
Yes, you nailed it. Thanks Cowgirl of Justice! Now I don’t have to take any meds! I liked the movie even thought the reviews were terrible.
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