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Video: Cambridge University graduate killed in psychedelic ceremony in Peruvian Amazon - Telegraph

19.12.15

Video: Cambridge University graduate killed in psychedelic ceremony in Peruvian Amazon - Telegraph: Unais Gomes, 26, was allegedly attacked by 29-year-old Joshua Andrew Freeman Stevens after the pair took ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic plant brew, at a spiritual ceremony near the jungle city of Iquitos.

A witness reportedly told police that Mr Stevens, who is Canadian, was acting in self-defence after Mr Gomes attacked him with a knife while high on the psychedelic drug on Wednesday night.

Mr Gomes allegedly used a knife from the kitchen of the alternative health centre Phoenix Ayahuasca to attack Mr Stevens, who used the same knife to stab his friend in the chest and stomach.


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