Drug enforcement and hazardous materials agents watch flames lick containers of PCP, a volatile, hallucinogenic drug. The drugs, which were stored in six 1-gallon metal containers, were confiscated last month at the Salt Lake bus station after authorities traced a strange smell to a passenger's luggage. The drug bonfire, which burned quantities of PCP valued at more than $1 million, took place Friday afternoon in Tooele County's western desert near Clive. PCP, known as "peace pill" or "angel dust," is manufactured using ether, or phencyclidine, and explodes easily. Officials said the bus passenger was apparently changing buses while traveling through Salt Lake City and was stopped because of the smell of his luggage.