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Cash, Johnny – The effects of amphetamine addiction



Type of Spiritual Experience


Number of hallucinations: 1


A description of the experience

Cash – The autobiography of Johnny Cash

Luther was a very tolerant man in the usual course of things. I have a clear memory of him during the time when my amphetamine insanity was expressing itself in destructive acts. As I chopped a new doorway through the wall between my motel room and Marshall Grant's with a fire ax, he just sat and watched, grinning and saying, in a tone of genuine wonderment, 'Well, I'll be damned. I'll just be damned.'..........

It wasn't long until the crashes got really bad. As soon as I woke up, I started feeling little things in my skin, briars or wood splinters, itching so badly that I had to keep trying to pluck them out; I'd turn on the light to see them better, and they weren’t there.

That kept happening and got worse - they started to be alive, actually twitching and squirming in my flesh - and that was unbearable.

Then I had to take more pills.

I talked about it to other people who used amphetamines, but nobody else had the problem for the simple reason that nobody else was taking as many pills as I was.

I tried cutting back a little, and it quit happening. So I thought, Okay, I'll push my doses right up to the line, but no further.

Sometimes I managed that.

Other times I'd forget - well, I never forgot; I just didn't care -and I'd go ahead, get as high as I wanted, and end up trying to pull little creatures out of my body.

The source of the experience

Cash, Johnny

Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Amphetamines and stimulants