Liz Stewart disappeared from Alabama on 4/20/2018, leaving people in Mobile feeling confused and angry on a day that was supposed to go down as a historic turning point in Marijuana reform. Over a year later, I've tracked her down. Her story, which she was finally willing to share, goes far beyond the botched Marijuana March she organized and then canceled without explanation. It begins with loneliness, then a viral surge of unexpected attention ranging from false companionship, stalkers, death threats and political targeting. She reacted with addiction, debauchery and ultimately panicked desertion. Over the next year — hidden from the public eye — knotted guilt and unpacked emotions fueled her addictions further until she finally crashed to the inevitable bottom. This is her candid story of trauma, recklessness, crashing, and metamorphosis.
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Music in this episode is "Cali" performed by Cyderobin, written by Mark Tubridy.