We report a case of suicide following ingestion of a large dose of 3,4-methylenedioxyethamphetamine (MDEA, "Eve") in a 27-year-old woman with a history of depression. Several days before her death, she had attempted suicide with benzodiazepines resulting in a 24-hour hospital admission; at that time, no physiologic abnormalities were detected. Findings on autopsy were nonspecific. Toxicologic analysis showed a high concentration of MDEA and the appearance of benzodiazepines in body fluids. Ethanol and other drugs of abuse were not found. We discuss the clinical manifestations, toxicologic syndromes, and mechanisms of death with amphetamine intoxication. MDEA intoxication in young people may result in sudden death.