Dozens of crew members from the movie “Titanic” were fed soup laced with a hallucinogenic drug while filming in Nova Scotia

The crime was known in 1996. But no one did the time. Then or now. While no one was ever named a suspect, the old event has come back again with a new report being issued..

A new report from the province’s information and privacy commissioner is telling Halifax Regional Police (HRP) to disclose more details about the August 1996 incident, which sent around 80 “Titanic” crew members to hospital in Dartmouth, N.S., including director James Cameron.

Initially fearing food poisoning, all had in fact unknowingly eaten lobster chowder spiked with the drug phencyclidine, which is also known as PCP and angel dust.

The wild story continues..

“Some people were laughing, some people were crying, some people were throwing up,” actor Bill Paxton told Entertainment Weekly at the time.

The commissioner’s report was made in response to a freedom of information request complaint. While Halifax police initially released 10 pages of records, much of it was heavily redacted.

“The responsive records consist of HRP’s rapid incident report,” Nova Scotia information and privacy commissioner Tricia Ralph explained. “This report is essentially 10 pages of narrative text regarding HRP’s investigation into the alleged lacing of food with PCP. It details who HRP officers talked to and what those people said.”

Halifax Regional Police did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

A suspect was never named and the case was reportedly closed in February 1999.

The “Titanic” crew was in Atlantic Canada to film the movie’s modern-day scenes, which did not involve stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. The crew members all recovered from the unexpected experience.

There’s no business like show business.