Dolphins Die After Rave Was Held at Swiss Theme Park; Drugs Thrown into the Pool is Suspected Cause

Please follow and like us:
Pin Share

Not since Dr. John Lilly fed LSD to dolphins in the 60’s has such a twisted and disturbing possibility been brought to the public eye.
The thought that dolphins could have been thrown enough Ecstacy or similar psychotropic drug by frenetic Ravers to cause two dolphins to die painful, extended deaths after enduring weeks of who knows what kind of mental distress is an outrage. Even if the deaths turn out to be due to an unrelated poisoning or heretofore unknown disease, having been bombarded by rave music for two days must have been torture in itself and no doubt compromised their immune systems.
“The sound levels which would have been heard by the dolphins is comparable with that of a pneumatic drill on top volume,” Andreas Morlok, an animal rights activist told The Daily Mail. “Before the event we warned of these noise levels and the damage which could be done and called for the event to be called off.”

Police looking into the deaths in Connyland, Lipperswil, Switzerland, initially thought the deafening music from the rave may have killed dolphins Shadow and Chelmers.
But zoo vets are awaiting toxicology test results to see if they were poisoned by narcotics thrown into their enclosure during the rave.
Shadow was found soon after the event but Chelmers died two days later after a ‘drawn out and painful’ death.
Connyland keeper Nadja Gasser told local media: ‘The death was very drawn out and painful. The death went on for over an hour. It was horrendous. I have not been able to sleep since.’

Lilly’s psychobabble experiments yielded only one bit of scientifically collected information: dolphin’s breathing rates and vocalizations increased under the influence of the drug, both signs of extreme stress, how frightening to contemplate.

Please follow and like us:
Pin Share

Leave a Reply