Acid: The Secret History of LSD
ACID - The Secret History of LSD explores the emergence of LSD and chronicles how the drug found favour with many psychologists, including doctors at a mental institute who believed it could be used to treat mental illness.'
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Introduction The Bad Trip Tent
Chapter Two Big Brothers Brain
Chapter Three a CIA Front
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