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Scientists Detect Traces of Cannabis on Pipes Found in William Shakespeare’s Garden
Did Shakespeare Smoke Pot?
Tobacco pipes in the Bard’s backyard may retain traces of cannabis, but some historians remain skeptical
Back in 2001, a South African anthropologist named Francis Thackeray used tech from a narcotics crime lab to see what sorts of substances might have been smoked in 400-year-old pipe fragments unearthed in Stratford-upon-Avon. Some contained residues of nicotine and cocaine, likely from Peruvian coca leaves.
Four pipes found at an excavation site in Shakespeare’s back garden bore a chemical signature similar to that of cannabis. The results were not conclusive. There’s no evidence that Shakespeare used the pipes, let alone smoked them. But even the implication that the he liked to smoke a bowl drew backlash.
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