Acid: the secret history of LSD

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Vision Paperbacks, Jan 1, 1998 - Medical - 202 pages
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Acid investigates the people who turned tripping into a popular recreational pastime, including those with developed links to organised crime. The book reveals how the drug was used to treat mental illness and for extensive mind control trials -- including sex experiments with scientists watching through one-way mirrors. LSD was also used by the CIA as a vehicle to penetrate youth culture and radical groups.

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A great book for any lover of conspiracy theories and the counter culture. Read full review


Introduction The Bad Trip Tent
Chapter Two Big Brothers Brain
Chapter Three a CIA Front

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Black is an Emmy award winning screenwriter, novelist, journalist, and television producer

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