Between 1991 and 2000, William Pickard manufactured millions of doses of LSD, carefully impregnated in drying, becoming, by art of birli-birloke in tripis. Pickard was a chemist with a shocking curriculum: he had been director of the Los Angeles Drug Research Program and director of research at the University of Berkeley in San Francisco, the epicenter of the psychedelic movement in the US and, therefore, the world. Pickard saw acid as the sacrament of a religion and “offered prayers every time he cooked a consignment.”

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