E for Ecstasy by Nicholas Saunders
Appendix 1: Reference Section
- 56 Phone conversation with Dr. Russell Newcombe, lecturer in
social policy and social work at Manchester University, 19/2/93
- Dr. Newcombe had read a couple of articles about people who have died
of heatstroke where mention has been made that the victims used to get high
temperatures as children. This could be a clue as to why some people are
vulnerable to overheating.
- Dr. Newcombe took part in a survey of clubs playing rave music in the
North West in 1992 and estimates that there were about 30,000 people attending
at weekends. He estimates that the proportion of people using E varied from
50% to 90% depending on the club.
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