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Description: Timothy Francis Leary (1920 – 1996) was an American psychologist and writer known for advocating the exploration of the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs under controlled conditions. He was most famous for his quote "Turn on, tune in, and drop out!" For a time he was incarcerated at Folsom Prison in the 1970's after a number of offenses including escaping from another prison. Interestingly, during his time at Folsom he was kept in solitary confinement directly next to fellow prisoner Charles Manson. Leary and Manson spoke often but never saw each other. We also see footage shot at Vacaville Prison on 1/27/1975. Leary was later released in 1976. With KCRA-TV reporter Terry Richards.
Source: Original 16mm Film Elements
Accession number: KCRASP034
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