"I sat down and had a talk with him," Jourgensen recalled. "I remember he was really interested in what was being glamorized as this great lifestyle — being a heroin addict. And I remember telling him, ‘Man, this is the furthest thing from the f—-ing truth.’ Movies like ‘Pulp Fiction,’ where you have Travolta drinking whiskey while shooting up this imported dope — you’d be dead if you even tried that. … I tried to tell him then, but you could just see the wonderment, the experimentation in his eyes. … I’ve been there too. It’s not something pretty to watch. He was a talented kid."