Citation: RobertJohnson35. "Humdinger Terror: An Experience with 2C-B (exp107333)". Erowid.org. May 18, 2016. erowid.org/exp/107333
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I insulfated 1/3 of a half gram bag of 2-CB alone in my house 11/5/15.
I did not know this was way too high of a dose.
At about 30 minutes in I felt confused and that I was experiencing everything at once. I kept trying to make sense of things and step outside the experience only to believe that there was nothing outside of it.
At 1 hour approx. I thought I realized that I had lived infinite lives like the movie 'ground hog day' and I had some lucidity but was paralyzed standing up. I kept seeing a Jed Clampet/Earnest type character who said, 'that's a humdinger' and 'stuck like mule shit in mud' to indicated that something had been put in me that was not leaving.
I had a feeling of embarrassment and terror (possibly from some childhood trauma). For the next 8 hours I was unable to move away from the wall in the hallway.
For the next 8 hours I was unable to move away from the wall in the hallway.
I get close to death and that I'd always been stuck in my mind experiencing everything all at once. I thought the police were coming because of a constant blue light (it turned out to be the cable box). It seemed like I used every fiber of my being to remain alive and not give in to death.
Paralysis subsided and I laid in bed believing that people from my work were waiting outside my bedroom to tell me they saw me and I was fired (they weren't and I wasn't).
This was a terrible experience. I continued to have auditory hallucinations for 2 days after. For awhile I heard voices coming from outside that subsided to various ringing noises.
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