Peru: American tourist Kyle Nolan died from ayahuasca according to shaman, buried in field

Posted on September 13, 2012 • Filed under: Ayahuasca, Crime, Latin America Health, Peru, Police/Military Activity, TRAVEL reported a Peruvian shaman confessed to burying the body of a young American of 18 years after he died in a session ritual consumption of a powerful hallucinogen from the jungle, police said Wednesday.

José Manuel Pineda (58), who called himself Master Mancoluto and ran a retreat lodge in the city of Puerto Maldonado in the Madre de Dios region, told police that exceeded the amount of ayahuasca administered to Kyle Nolan and he died, said coach Ramiro Ramirez. Read Article

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