DMTD – Don’t Marry the Dragon

Sorry No Longer Available

Don’t Marry the Dragon is a documentary I produced on heroin addiction. It took three years to make and was completed in 2003. During its 10-year run it was shown around the world but mostly in the United States. Videotaped in my hometown of Seattle, Washington the video brought you on a journey into the heroin lifestyle. The Lord brought me through that horrid addiction and now has moved me on into a full-time evangelism ministry.

I am sorry the video is no longer available to the general public at this time. However, if you represent a police agency, rehab, or just hound me enough I can get you a copy.


3 thoughts on “DMTD – Don’t Marry the Dragon

  1. I am a substance abuse counselor in the Therapeutic Community at Westville Correctional Facility in Indiana. We have a program servicing over 600 offenders. We used to have a copy of the DVD “Don’t Marry the Dragon” which we used in our orientation phase, and it was very effective. Unfortunately, it either got stolen or lost and I would be very grateful if we could have another copy.

    You could send it to:
    Allen Hines Program Director
    Therapeutic Community
    Westville Correctional Facility
    5501 South 1100 West
    Westville, IN 46391


  2. Hi friend Richard and Judy Hoff here. We were just thinking about your video. So many kids addicted. Can you share it?


    • So good to hear from you guys. Time flies. Yes unfortunately the problem is getting worse not better. I had the video in its entirety on YouTube however they censored the audio so I removed it. Long story but had something to do with copyright. I would like to get it online at some point when I find the time. Right now it has taken a backseat to my current evangelism travels. The video is however to go into San Quentin prison pending approval and to the schools in the Philippines, hopefully this spring.


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