Paranoid Pamphlets - 001: MK-ULTRA
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Harold Blauer

Blauer checked into the New York Psychiatric Institute in late 1952, seeking help for depression following a divorce. While at the facility, he was used as a test subject in experiments conducted by the Army Chemical Corps. The Army had a classified agreement with the psychiatric institute that allowed them to study possible chemical warfare compounds by administering the substances to patients. 450 mg of MDA (tenamfetamine), an analogue of the recreational drug MDMA, was administered intravenously as part of the Army’s study, which killed Blauer on January 8, 1953.


About 001: MK-ULTRA

About 001: MK-ULTRA

As the first booklet in an ongoing series, MK-ULTRA is a perfect introduction to all those interested in horror, science fiction or history. MK-ULTRA was an all-encompassing military project with the sole purpose of finding all the ways that human behavior can be manipulated and controlled against the victim’s will.

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Thomas Gorence

Thomas Gorence (writing)

Travis Williamson

Travis Williamson (pencils, inks, cover)

About Paranoid Pamphlets

About Paranoid Pamphlets

Subversive “informational” pamphlets. Fully illustrated and explaining the details and history of unbelievable topics like Mind Control, Conspiracies and Government Cover-ups.

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