‘You will die’: Adam Moser’s parents speak out on drug death

pinwheels adam moserIt has only been four days since Jeanne and Jim Moser lost their son Adam to an apparent drug overdose, but on Wednesday, the family began to speak out, pleading with parents and friends not to turn a blind eye to the opiate epidemic in the Seacoast. Adam died at age 27 on Saturday, Sept. 19 from an apparent overdose in Portsmouth of what his father Jim said was likely pure fentanyl, a drug commonly laced in heroin. Moser was well-known to many Seacoast residents and beyond for his tuna-fishing exploits on the National Geographic Channel television series “Wicked Tuna,” Read the rest here 09:02