At the very beginning of the horror movie Shrooms (which is actually surprisingly decent, includes one of the most hilarious trip hallucinations ever, but is unfortunately not about A. muscaria but rather some kind of psilocybin), we see a backpack on a luggage belt at the airport, belonging to one of the protagonists about to go on a psychedelic adventure, and it has a classic fly agaric mushroom patch – because those are far more recognizable than psilocybin (which just looks like any small brown mushroom). I will also note the Green Man patch next to it – I have the exact same one on my own backpack!
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