Man steals human brain to make strong marijuana and get high


Joshua Long 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A man told his aunt that he stole a human brain in order to use it to produce strong marijuana that causes hallucinations, according to police in Pennsylvania.

Carlisle police said that they have arrested 26-year-old Joshua Long, after being accused of conspiring with his friends, Robbie Lee Zoller and Angela Micklo, to produce potent marijuana using the stolen human brain.

Long was charged with abuse of a corpse and conspiracy to commit abuse of a corpse. He was booked into the Cumberland County Prison, and his bail was set at $100,000.

Police are still looking for Long’s accomplices.

According to the police investigation, Long’s aunt discovered the human brain in a WalMart shopping bag under the porch of a mobile home belonging to his friend.

When the aunt asked Long about the brain, he admitted that he and Zoller use it to produce strong marijuana. Police believe that the brain was used as a specimen for teaching.