In Memoriam Captain.Heroin

I have confirmed this with family. CaptainHeroin, who has been a senior moderator here for so long, has recently passed away from a tragic OD. He has helped me for very many years with harm reduction, along with countless others. He helped me laugh when no one else could. It is with great sadness I announce this to the BL community. I am weeping.
 
Damn that really sucks he was such a good and helpful person, I can't imagine what his family is going through if us here are bluelight are this upset. It doesn't make it better, but the only thing that gives me solace is the fact that he died in the most peaceful way possible. Goddamn you will be missed and I pray for his family. Cause last year I lost my dad to a heroin overdose 8 days from his 59th birthday. I had 6 vials of narcan or Naloxone and a nasal spray. I think someone sabotaged me because I kept it all on the top of my bookshelf. Well whenever he fell out i searched for 5-10 minutes cause I knew it was there so I didn't call an ambulance right away so it's hard not to blame myself. Cause there was nothing they could do and they tried. They even tried to blame me for not stopping him from taking it. And the reason I think I was sabotaged was because 6 days later I found all the vials and everything full under a bunch of stuff under my closet, which was a real slap in the face. Sorry to get off topic.

But CaptainHeroin you will be loved and missed by everyone this forum. It's so sad to lose anyone especially drug addicts that have good souls, and wouldn't steal anything from anyone ever. Because those are rare breeds
 


without you, captain, is like an incomplete meal or sentence and a pain inside my stomach. much miss'es. 😢 your words for 'words' were beautiful. 🌹
 
R.I.P CH

your advice helped me many times especially against doing stupid shit in the future that without seeing your advice previously , I may have done... You've helped many ppl greatly especially me, OD won't be the same without you :( ... hope his family sees this and sees the good he did for many ppl,maybe even saving lives.. ppl tend to think because you're a drug addict or in active addiction you can't help others, but CH proves that wrong he helped me on many occasions that no one else thought was worth their time he took the time to help ppl even with the dumbest most basic ?'s that some would say every drug addict should know, he still would take the time to share his wisdom.. R.I.P Brother!
 

I miss you so much today. And most of the time just as much. ♡
You were always everything that's hot ! ☀️
 
I didn't know him. I don't know any people here really. I am a hit and run poster and not as social as I once used to be online. I want to pass my deepest condolences onto his family and his close friends here on the forum. I remember losing friends on some forums I was a member on over twenty years ago and it's really hard even though the friendships are virtual, they are still veyr real. Rest in peace, Captain. Warmest regards. <3
 
I have confirmed this with family. CaptainHeroin, who has been a senior moderator here for so long, has recently passed away from a tragic OD. He has helped me for very many years with harm reduction, along with countless others. He helped me laugh when no one else could. It is with great sadness I announce this to the BL community. I am weeping.

That’s too bad, he was a great person. RIP
 
Captain was the first guy to reach out to me when I joined this site. A great guy and a tragic loss for this community. Rest In Peace brother.
 
Never was personally close to him and I’m not gonna pretend I was.
but when I was a lurker for a long time
His knowledge kept me from dying many many times among countless other information about harm reduction etc.

RIP to a good and caring person I wish there was something more to say then that to make his family and friends feel better but sadly I know there isn’t.

I send my prayers and my condolences wholeheartedly 🙏🏼❤️
 
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This is so sad, he's the first person I knew from Bluelight that has died, we chatted about random stuff on here on my old profiles, I've just re-joined and find this out, I can't believe he's passed away, but like others have said he's free and at peace now, I've not been on here for months, I had no idea he was suicidal because he didnt seem that way the last time I was on Bluelight and I saw his comments on here, he was a funny bloke, I liked him

R.I.P
 
I've been inactive for a couple months to cool off after a scare, So I'm just finding this out now. My condolences to his family; his blood family and the family he chose. While we were not close, I did have the privilege of interacting with the good Capt. once or twice, but the wealth of HR posts and generally solid advice he consistently posted, were/are invaluable to me. They've helped me make educated choices, laugh, cry, reflect.. he was a pillar of this community.

@Captain.Heroin ,
You left too soon,
but at least you died doing what you love.

Rest easy my guy, Your finally free.
 
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I have confirmed this with family. CaptainHeroin, who has been a senior moderator here for so long, has recently passed away from a tragic OD. He has helped me for very many years with harm reduction, along with countless others. He helped me laugh when no one else could. It is with great sadness I announce this to the BL community. I am weeping.

I have confirmed this with family. CaptainHeroin, who has been a senior moderator here for so long, has recently passed away from a tragic OD. He has helped me for very many years with harm reduction, along with countless others. He helped me laugh when no one else could. It is with great sadness I announce this to the BL community. I am weeping.
I'm so saddened to hear this! My deepest condolences to his close friends and family 😞
 
Damn. I just logged in for the first time in probably a few years to try and look up some hr advice I'd recalled reading from the Captain and I see this. I didn't know him but always really appreciated and felt confident in his info and will remember his contribution. Thanks for all the wisdom Cap!
 
This was his wish, I've never met someone more vertical but diagonally than him, he was one in his own breed ahaha. I dunno what to say, I don't hold feelings towards virtual ''relationships'' if I can call'em so but it is pretty gloomy since he was a good cheese in dog's bellows. Rest in the love you were searching for.
 
I MISS YOU WORDS. I JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY. I WILL TRY. 😭

I still miss you allot Captain. I wish you were here. You had answers.

💙💜💚
 
This is my fist time back on Bluelight in many years. I have never read a word written by this man but seeing how much he has touched peoples lives genuinely moved me ( also made me realize how little of a mark I have made in my life ). My love and thoughts go out to those close ( and distant ) to him. Opiates do nothing but take yet we give all we have to have them take from us.
Much love people
Joe
 
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I only knew you for a little less than a year but we spent a lot of hours going over everything. Miss you brother. It'd be cool to have another chat with you showing me all your endless knick knacks and enthusiasm for all the detail in all of it. I remember you showed me a board game you and your dad made together when you were a kid and you went over all the rules with me and everything. I hope your family knows how much they did (do?) mean to you.
 
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