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Fucked up Mental Asylum patient records..Sick shit!

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03-15-2010 10:26 AM
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I warn you..they are quite long..but its riveting reading and extremly fucked up!



PATIENT #1

OVERVIEW: An investigation into the effects of graduated surgically administered deformities of facial integration and the subsequent effects of social ostracism on levels of aggression in a subject with an existing acute antisocial personality disorder.

Subject was diagnosed with a pre-existing acute antisocial personality disorder manifesting itself in a predilection towards extreme levels of machoism. He was recruited into the experiment on the pretence of exploring mankind’s threshold for pain, and placed into the general population at Dixmor Hospital. Artificial deformity succession of surgeries began immediately and continued at weekly intervals as follows:

1. The subject’s left kidney, appendix and a portion of the small intestine were removed. No general anesthetic was administered and a mirror was suspended over the subject so that he could witness the organectomy. After the organectomy, crude autopsy sutures were used to leave maximum scar tissue.

The subject initially appeared to enjoy the procedure, his heart rate rose to 90 bpm, pupils dilated to 8mm and he became (difficult to read) as the incision was made into the small intestine, the subject began to scream in pain and pull at the restraints. All signs of enjoyment diminished rapidly as the operation proceeded. The subject blacked out, suffered syncope as his kidney was removed, and was revived with a shot of adrenaline. Screaming continued throughout the rest of the procedure, with minor evidence of (difficult to read) ring suture.

In debriefing, the subject put on a show of bravado, claiming to have enjoyed the entire experience, and (difficult to read) as his restraints were removed. The subject mixed fairly well with other inmates over the following week, including 2 with whom he had been previously acquainted. Patients #1042847994 and #113191185 both recognized the subject and the 3 of them were frequently seen in conversation. In the privacy of his cell, the subject would spend hours at a time examining the newly formed scar tissue, each of self examination culminated in (difficult to read). At bath times, he became withdrawn and appeared to try and hide the developing scar tissue. He became verbally aggressive on the fifth day when 2 of the inmates pointed at him and whispered comments to each other. There was no evidence of further conflict with any inmates for the rest of the week.

fig.1 - Removal of kidney, appendix and small intestine

2. The little finger and ring finger from both hands were removed using a circular saw with no anesthetic. The subject was restrained in a seating position with both hands secured on a table in front of him. The digits were removed one at a time.

After the initial explanation of the procedure, the subject thought it was a fabrication. After removal of the little finger on his left hand however, he began to struggle desperately against the restraints. He began to cry and requested to see the doctor in charge, stating that he wished to opt out of the experiment. He was informed that this was an impossibility and the ring finger on his left hand was removed. The subject became enraged, shouting and spitting at the staff. Staff surgeons proceeded to remove the little finger on the subject’s right hand. The subject began begging and asking how he was meant to do things without these fingers. He was informed that most actions would be well within his capability with minimal practice and the ring finger on his right hand was removed. All the fingers (difficult to read) throughout this experiment, the subject showed no practical signs of enjoyment.

In debriefing, the subject was unresponsive. For the first 3 days, the subject kept his hands hidden in his pockets when he mixed with the general population. Patients #104284729 and #113191185 continued to converse with the subject for the majority of each day, but the subject was careful to keep his hands out of sight. On the fourth day patient #184284729 noticed the subject’s mutilated hands and made clearly audible comments. The subject appeared withdrawn and avoided any social contact with the other inmates for the rest of the day. The subject avoided patient #04284229 for the rest of the week but was seen talking to patient #113191185 on 2 occasions over the following 3 days. The (difficult to read) towards the end of the day.

fig.2 - amputation of fourth and fifth digits

3. An experimental solution associated with gross skin discoloration was applied to the right-hand side of the subject’s face and Upper body. When applied to the skin in its pure form for an exposure period of 6 hours or more it causes removal of 3-4 layers of skin and causes permanent discoloration. No anesthetic was administered.

The naked subject was restrained vertically in a harness in front a full-length mirror. The procedure was explained to the subject who complained that this was not what he had signed up for and begged to be hit, but was told that the only planned treatment would be carried out. The solution was applied to the subject’s skin, causing instant removal of any hair that it came into contact with. As sulphur dioxide was released by the solution’s reaction with the subject’s hair, he became delusional, insisting that we were sending him to hell. After 3 hours welts had begun to appear on the skin and the subject had become very agitated. He did not seem to be in intense pain, rather he had become extremely disturbed by the prospect of permanent skin discoloration. At the end of the experiment the subject was bathed, the areas that had been in contact with the solution had taken on a purple hue and large welts covered all areas.

In debriefing, the subject started talking about delusions of (difficult to read) into the general population (difficult to read) hearing the other inmates became instantly agitated. A number of inmates began to scream and shouted that “demons” and “monsters” had finally come to get them. The subject was clearly, very disturbed by this reaction. Patient #104284129 mocked the subject and maintained distance from him for the remainder of the experimental period. Patient #1113191185 was also visibly uncomfortable with the subject’s appearance, but was seen talking with him on 3 occasions during the week. He was initially withdrawn but by the end of the week had begun to approach the most visibly scarred inmates and seemed to enjoy provoking them by howling and trying to touch them.

4. Subject was made to kneel by a table and his head was clamped into a vice. His mouth was held open using an oral speculum. Seven of the subject’s teeth were removed, 3 using a hammer and the other 4 using pliers without anesthetic.

In the (difficult to read) was set on, the subject became (difficult to read) used (difficult to read) as soon as his front teeth were struck with a hammer, his signs of enjoyment ceased instantly. He took on a facial expression of panic, and tried to pull his head out of the vice. The 3 teeth dislodged by the hammer blow were cleared out of his mouth to avoid choking. 4 molars were then removed using a pair of pliers. As each tooth was pulled, the subject suffered syncope and had to be revived 4 times with adrenaline.

In debriefing, the subject was unable to talk, but showed signs of intense pain and fear. The oral trauma caused his mouth to swell, giving him an even more grotesque appearance. Back in the general population of the hospital ward, the subject was withdrawn, attempting to hide his face in his hands. The day after the procedure, the subject approached patient #113191185 and attempted to tell him what was happening to him, Patient #113191185 was heard telling the subject to leave him alone and to stop talking to him any more. The subject responded by kicking patient #113191185 in the genitals before he was restrained by orderlies. During the week there were three further instances of physical violence on his fellow inmates. The first two occurred when inmates tried to pull his hands away from his face, the subject punched each inmate several times until restrained by orderlies. The third incident occurred when an inmate began dancing around the subject and mocking him. The subject launched himself at the inmate and had to be restrained in a harness.

5. Without anesthetic, the subject (difficult to read). The surgeon performing the operation was a woman and was encouraged to laugh at the subject and humiliate him as she performed the procedure. The subject’s upper body was raised on the operating table to allow him full view of the procedure.

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The subject expressed disbelief when the procedure was explained to him. He tried to appear nonplussed by laughing in a jovial way. His heart rate rose to over 140 bpm as the surgeon walked in and began to tease the subject about his imminent emasculation. His (difficult to read) thing a scalpel, causing the (difficult to read) rose briefly and the subject did not cease screaming. The (difficult to read) was removed and his screaming continued. A catheter tube was inserted into the urethra and both wounds were cauterized. The subject had lost almost 2 pints of blood and was kept under observation over night.

The next morning, the subject was returned to the general population by an orderly, who announced to the whole ward that the subject (difficult to read). As subsequent laughter and derision spread throughout the General Population, subject began to enter a rage. He ran at the nearest inmate and attacked him, smashing his head into a wall before he was restrained in a harness. Upon next release into General Population, the subject refused to communicate with any inmates or staff and sat in a corner clasping his knees to his chest and rocking backwards and forwards with his eyes closed. This withdrawn pattern of behaviour continued for the entire week, even when the subject was in his own cell.

His skin from the subjects buttocks was grafted over the left hand side of the face, obscuring the left side of his mouth and his (difficult to read) ears (difficult to read) both eyes and nostrils functioning fully. The procedure was carried out without anesthetic and a large mirror was suspended over the subject throughout.

The subject seemed to derive some enjoyment from the removal of skin from his buttocks and even made (difficult to read) to the 2 male surgeons as they excised the skin. The buttock was dressed and the subject was turned over onto his back. The skin graft was spread over the subject’s face and held in place with surgical staples. The subject attempted to scream, causing deformation to the newly applied graft. The graft was removed and the subject’s face was injected with curare (a paralyzing (difficult to read) to prevent further facial movement. The graft was secured and then plasmatic imbibition took place. The subject was kept under observation for 48 hours until capillary inosculation had fully occurred. The subject was restrained in a vertical position in front a full-length mirror for a further 48 hours, to prevent him tampering with the new graft and to allow him to come to terms with his new appearance.

On his eventual release into the general population the subject was initially completely withdrawn and resumed his rocking in a corner with his hands over his face. The other inmates kept their distance and would whisper about him periodically. The subject suffered a complete psychotic breakdown on the third day after release from the restraints and attacked a female nurse. He managed to smash a glass she was carrying and stabbed at her face repeatedly causing her sever facial lacerations and blindness in one eye.

The subject was restrained and removed to a secure wing at Dixmor to being re-conditioning.


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Edited 03-15-2010 10:29 AM by FireWolf81
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Patient #2


Overview
Experiment FR32 aimed to assess the effects of total solitary confinement on the human pysche. Much work has been done over the last century on the effect such confinement has on the dietary habits of confined subjects, and further investigation was undertaken into the propensity towards cannibalism that a combination of isolation and nutritional deprivation had on a subject. Many previous studies of confinement have indicated a tendency in most subjects to converse with imaginary companions or animals. The addition of preserved corpses into the test environment after 1 week would serve the dual purposes of investigating the hunger threshold for cannibalism and the tendency towards relation to figments. An experimental preservative was used to prevent decomposition of the introduced corpses. The preservative is designed to provide sustenance for survivors in the event of non-rescue.

A male subject was selected with no prior history of mental or behavioral disorders and no serious health problems. The confinement needed to induce total sensory isolation from humanity. A soundproofed cell was constructed with a trapdoor in the ceiling for access. Two observation cameras with enhanced spectral range for dark environments were set up and concealed. Water was delievered into the cell by a slow release apparatus that could be fed externally so that the subject had a constant supply of water without the need for human contact. A supply of insects were periodically introduced to the cell to provide limited nutrition for the subject, including Periplaneta Americana (Fig.1), Forficula aurigularia (Fig.2) and Dermestes lardarius (Fig.3)

Fig.1 Periplaneta Americana - American Cockroach

Fig.2 Forficula Aurigularia - European Earwig

Fig.3 Dermestes Lardarius - Skin Beetle

Experiment FR32

Week 1
The subject’s first day was spent in a predictable cycle of rage and dejection. He repeatedly beat his fists on the wall and screamed, followed by hours of sitting in a corner pulling his knees to his chest. After 3 hours in the cell he had located the drinking apparatus. He made no attempt to sleep, seeming unaware of the time, and spent the first night and much of the second day protesting his innocence and making demands.

Upon waking on the third day, the subject defecated in a corner of the cell furthest from the drinking apparatus. After repeated vocal protests and demands for food, he began crawling around the floor of the cell, apparantly searching for insects by touch. He found approximately 15 insects, all of which he ate.

For the remainder of the week, the subject becam increasingly silent, such that on the sixth day only one utterance was made and none on the seventh. The majority of his time was spent either lying on the floor or sitting with his knees pulled in to his chest. Every 5-6 hours, the subject searched for insects to eat.

Week 2
On the subject’s eighth day in confinement, a corpse preserved with the experimental solution SPC/3.1 was added into the cell. The subject became very agitated when the trapdoor was opened and began shouting and screaming at the staff as they dropped the corpse into the cell. The subject then shouted at the corpse and, having poked at the corpse with his foot and examining it with trepidation, the Subject established that it was deceased and thereafter carefully avoided any contact with it. The subject then (difficult to read) 2 hours before he subsided. He maintained his distance from the corpse and fell asleep for 5 hours after the corpse had been introduced.

On awaking, to the subject searched for insects carefully avoiding the corpse but failed to find any. He began to pull out strands of his own hair, rolled them into a ball and swalloed them. After almost haf an hour of hair pulling, the subject suddenly stood and began shouting, mainly about whoever had placed him in the cell and the perversity of his current situation, but soon degenerated into bizarre conspiracy theories, repentant apologies from his childhood and eventually unintelligible utterances.

By the fourth day of week 2, he appeared to have lost track of the natural cycles day and night, by the end of the second week he would sleep for about 4 hours in every 12-14 hours, suggesting he had lost the correct sense of day length. Shouting and any other attempts to communicate largely ceased after the fourth day.

Throughout this period (difficult to read) was seen to defecate on 3 occasions, always in the same corner of the cell furthest from the water. Most of his waking time was split between searching for insects and sitting on the floor hugging his knees to his chest. Any contact with the corpse was avoided.
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Week 3
For the beginning of the week, the subject spent the majority of his time trying to find insects and pulling out his own hair to eat. On the third day of week 3, while searching for insects, he started getting closer to the corpse, until eventually he picked something off the corpse itself and ate it. Instantly after this he quickly moved to the opposite corner and began to cry with his head in his hands. The crying continued for several hours until the subject fell asleep. He awoke screaming 4 hours later, and started a hysterical fit lasting almost 2 hours.

A significant step was made on the fifth day, by which time the subject had self induced alopecia cocalis. The subject began to pull out the corpses hair and (difficult to read). He seemed to have a mental barrier, and upon waking the next time, he began to prod the corpse which was still showing no external signs of decomposition. Much of the day was spent in close proximity to the corpse until eventually the subject scratching at the corpse’s abdominal region with his nails. It took him almost 2 hours to create a crude incision, but he eventually gained access and managed to locate the corpse’s stomach. He bit into it and made an opening, but stopped immediately and moved quickly to the defecation corner and disgorged small quantities of bile. After drinking some water, the subject returned to the opened stomach and slowly began to consume the contents. Having finished eating the stomach contents, he retreated to a corner and cried for half an hour before falling asleep.

Once the cannibalistic taboo had been broken, the subject was frequently seen pulling small pieces of skin and muscle tissue from the around the crude abdomen incision and eating them.

Week 4
At the beginning of the week, the subject continued to pick matter from around the corpse’s exposed abdominal cavity. Halfway through the week, he began to tear at the skin and tissue on the corpse’s hands and feet. Within 21 days of solitary confinement and starvation, the subject had fully crossed the threshold into full-blown cannibalism. Interestingly, four days after the onset of cannibalism, the subject began delusional conversations with the corpse. These began as whispers that could not be deciphered, but by the end of the week, whole sentences could be discerned. He appeared to have reverted to a pre-pubescent stage of development, talking to the corpse about toys and third grade school work as though it were a childhood companion. This imagined resumption of a childhood friendship appeared to life the subjectsí spirits somewhat and he would talk to the corpse manically almost non-stop.

Week 5

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At the end of the fourth week, a second corpse became available and was added into the cell as the subject slept. The subject awoke as soon as the trapdoor opened and began screaming and shouting to be released. The bout of agitated screaming continued for an hour and a half. The opening of the trap door appeared to have reminded the subject of society outside the cell. By this stage the subject was living in “day” cycles of about 8 hours, and upon awaking the next time, he initiated an extensive and apparently heated discussion with the first corpse, which led to apparent mocking of the new corpse. This form of behaviour has been widely reported in child psychology investigations into social (difficult to read) strengthen their social alliance by turning on a newcomer. After 45 minutes of this, the subject attacked the new corpse and then began tearing at its belly. Eventually he resorted to using one of the exposed tarsus bones from corpse #1’s foot, and succeeded in gaining access to the corpse #2’s stomach. He picked out undigested food particles from the stomach and ate them.

The subject began to defecate without concern for his position in the cell, contrasted to the careful restriction to a single corner that had been witnessed in the preceding 5 weeks. Any insects that were found were consumed, but the subject repeatedly ate flesh from the 2 corpses without showing the earlier signs of distress at this behaviour.

Week 6
The subject (difficult to read) on one half of the wall. The details of what marks are being made cannot be discerned due to the position of the observation cameras. The subject uses his own feces to make the marks and makes no attempt to wipe the feces off his hands prior to removing flesh from the corpses to eat. It is supposed that prolonged exposure to his own feces in such close proximity has removed the socially accepted revulsion.

Week 7
On the second day of week 7, the subject was witnessed striking the wall with his fist. The auto-infliction of injury increased the severity over the week and seemed to occur at fairly regular intervals of approximately 2 hours. Striking the wall with (difficult to read) witnessed as well as occasional incidences of using his head.

The subject is exhibiting minor symptoms of catabolysis due to starvation despite his consumption of small pieces of tissue from corpse #2.

Week 8
A new corpse was made available at the beginning of week 8. Again this was dropped into the subject’s cell as he slept. Again the subject awoke, but instead of expressing anger directed at his captors, he exhibited fear and anxiety. The subject withdrew to a corner and cowered for several hours.

Once more he attempted to gain access to the corpse’s stomach using a bone as a tool. He removed the contents of the stomach and ate them before finding and eating the liver. Apparently sated, he then pulled the large intestine (difficult to read) and began to dance around the small cell humming to himself. After only a few (difficult to read) he pushed the new corpse over onto its front and (difficult to read). In an apparently fit of self loathing, the subject then began to smash the corpse’s face into the floor of the cell, before breaking down in tears. After a few hours of sleep the subject began screaming at the top of his voice until he became hoarse and ceased. He then began to throw himself at the wall of his cell head first in an apparently attempt to kill himself. This continued for almost an hour and considerable head trauma was evident. His final act was to pull the partially exposed ulna, from the left arm of corpse #2, throw it at a wall until it splintered and then hack at his own wrists until he passed out from blood loss and eventually died.

The expression of self loathing to some level of ego integrity and the act of suicide suggests that the social values were still installed in his mind despite the prolonged period of total isolation, Despite fully (difficult to read) and repeated acts of cannibalism, the subject still had some sense of socially acceptable (difficult to read) and sufficient (difficult to read).


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PATIENTS #3-9

Experimental subjects had a range of burns inflicted while under aesthetic from intravenous- Meperidine injections. The trial burn-repair salve was then applied to allow analysis of the salve’s tissue repair ability. After two days the aesthetic was withdrawn to enable observation of the pain reliving effects of the salve. Results were mixed and further trials are recommended. Future trials should proceed without the supplementary anaesthetics to avoid the fatalities caused by hypoperfusion in phase three.

II: Burn Infliction
6 male subjects were selected with no significant health issues with 6 different degrees of burns to test, a subject was assigned at random to each burn class, and assigned an indent (#01, #06). Subjectís bodies were divided into test regions for treatment of each limb serving as a separate test region. Each subject was restrained and anesthetized prior to infliction of burns. For subjects #01 and #02 a metal bar was heated and then applied to the skin for varying amounts of time. For subjects #03 through #06, a blowtorch was used.

Administering first and second degree burns proved simple infliction of third degree burns was significantly harder as the subject was clearly able to feel significant pain despite the aesthetic. Forth and fifth degree burns were more straight forward due to the extent of burning, which quickly destroyed the nerves leading to inhibited pain sensation. Sixth degree burns characterized by charred bone tissue, proved the most problematic. On the first occasion, the sixth degree test subject suffered emesis due to the smell of burnt bones and despite out best efforts, we were not able to the remove the gag in time and the emesis entered his trachea causing asphyxiation. A substitute was quickly brought forward and the trails continued. Each subject has 4 burns introduced.

III: Salve Application Under Anethetic
With each subject divides into, test regions, varying amounts of experimental salve were applied to each region. 5mg were applied to the left arm, 10mg to the left leg, 20mg to the right leg and 40mg to the left arm of each subject. Fresh applications were made every 6 hours.

In summery, any amount of salve over 5mg was sufficient to cause 92% tissue repair for the first degree burns. 20mg and over caused 87% tissue repair in the second degree subjects. Almost no repair was witnessed in the subjects with third degree burns and above.

IV: Withdrawl Of Anzsthesia
To evaluate the pain relieve effects of the salve, the aesthesia was withdrawn 48 hours after the test of the trail. First and second degree burn subjects had largely recovered by this time and the salve added sufficient analgesic effects so that they expressed little to no discomfort. The subject with third degree burns gradually began to express increasing discomfort, including lots of screaming, crying and shouting abuse at staff. Interestingly, the subject with fourth degree burns had skin irretrievably damaged, took longer to express pain than the one with third degree burns presumably due to extensive nerve damage.

The firth degree subjectís reaction was more dramatic. The subject expressed severe pain within 30 minutes of the withdrawal of the aesthetic. He quickly fell into a coma from which he had not woken, 2 hours after the procedure. The subject with sixth degree burns, reacted adversely to the withdrawal suffering hypoperfusion within 15 minutes. He was declared dead shortly afterwards through hypoxia.


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PATEINT #10

Field Test
Further explorations into control conditioning therapy. Previous attempts to eliminate subjects' personalities and memory have been successful, but instilling loyalty to The Project and developing effective trigger comments have had limited success.

More extensive regression therapy has been suggested for Phase 1. The hypothesis is that intense psychotherapy and regression to childhood states under hypnosis will lead to the discovery of key triggers that can be adapted for control purposes. One such triggers have been identified it is also hypothesized that the subjects must be prompted to reject all previous connections to their pasts, thus allowing total re-programming. Only by severing all ties to the subjects past lives can a new system of belief and loyalties be properly imposed.

After 3 weeks of intensive, one-on-on therapy and regression hypnosis, the test subject was sent forward for the second phase of the experiment. Several useful mental trigger events had been identified which could be exploited throughout the remaining phases.

Phase 2 consisted of systematic abuse over a sustained period of 5 weeks. The subject was denied sleep for anything more than an hour and was place in stress positions for up to4 hours at a time. Physical abuse, sexual humiliation and starvation were combined with various courses of psychotropic substances to induce delusional states and disintegration of the ego. Throughout stage 2, films and images of violence abuse and images designed to invoke feelings of disgust were shown on repeating looks interspersed with images of associated with positive memories that had revealed during phase 1.

Phase 3 lasted for 4 weeks and began with a period of respite from the abuse. During the daily respite periods, the subject was treated well by staff in Project uniforms and shown educational films with subliminal symbols to begin trigger integration. After 2 weeks of phase 3, the subject began to show signs of trust for Project staff and increased revulsion for the positive images of the film reels.

Phase 4 was a 3 week test to verify successful re-programming was threefold. Firstly, the subject was instructed by Project staff to remove the little finger from his won left hand. The second test was to freely serve the will of The Project for a period of 2 weeks without questions. During the second test various humiliating tasks were ordered, such as patrolling naked in freezing conditions and random acts of violence on other inmates. The final test to ensure full re-programming was to murder an innocent victim, who was bound and brought to the subject.

Test 1 and 2 were successfully compiled without incidence. When the bound victim was brought before the subject, the victim pleaded with the subject for his life. The subject hesitated for a full minute before slitting his throat. This hesitation suggests some unwillingness to completely let go of the past, but despite that, the fact that he carried out his orders shows that the subject has been successfully pre-programmed.


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PATIENT #11

Usage Simulation
A research project into biochemical means of encouraging cooperation from prisoners of war and terrorist subjects to allow subjects successful interrogation and debriefing. Preparatory brief received specified that an intense dissociative and deleriant experience should be delivered that lasted for at least a week. One experiment compond, BZH-513 reached the final phase of testing, which was based on the polymerization of the combination if hyoscine, phencyclindine and alkaloids extracted from atahuasca (a traditional Incan shamanic drug).

In non-human primate testing, BZH-811 caused vesodilation, pupil dilation, increased heart rate and increased frontal lobe activity that lasted for between 5 and 9 days depending on the dose. Obviously the psychotropic dissociative and eleriant effects cannot be measured in animals, so the trails proceeded to primary human testing.

A student volunteer was recruited under the prevert of testing FDA approved hallucinogen controlled substances. He professed to have substantial exploitance with recreational used of hallucinogens (Ref Form # 3456AL).

The subject was interred in a sealed ward at Dixmor and allowed a day and night to allow him to habituate to his surroundings before the dose was administered. One doctor and one orderly were to be on watch at all times throughout the course of the experiment. They were briefed to be unobtrusive yet talkative and to offer any assistance the subject requested. It was important to try and keep the subject talking throughout to better gauge the effects of the compound.

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00.00 Subject was given an oral dose of 0.5ml of BZH-811.

00.30 Subject began to report waves of visual sensation and euphoria. When asked to describe what he was experiencing in more detail, he expressed that the experience was pleasurable. The visual hallucinations were concurrent with over stimulation of dopamine receptors as witnessed from neuro-imaging during non-human primate trails of BZH-811.

01:30 Subject appeared to have lost ego integrity and was unable to recall his own name. Time and space appeared to be alien concepts to him, effects often reported in recreational users of ayahuasca. He began to react to imagined external stimuli, such as ducking suddenly for no reason and dancing to imagined music. He was clearly having a positive experience and made repeated attempts to get the staff to join him in consuming the compound.

03:15 After almost 2 hours of positive frame of mind, the subject suddenly stopped moving and expressed paranoid delusions of persaction, which he then forgot almost instantly. The psychotomimentic effects and memory dysfunction are symptoms often associated with inhibition of NMDA receptors, a common effect of ingesting phencyclidine.

04:00 Further bouts of negative feelings are expressed with increasing frequency. The subject has started to become less responsive to unobtrusive questioning and all movement ceases during these negative phases.

04:30 Subject expressed the desire to stop the experience. Staff informed the subject that this was not possible and the subject became agitated and threatened staff with physical violence.

05:00 Bouts of negativity persist, but the subject is generally positive. Some level of mental regression appears to have taken place with the subject using childish turns of phase and referring to a staff member as “pop”. Subject has lost control of his bowels.

06:45 After a prolonged bout of negativity, the subject jumped to his feet and smashed his head into a window sill. Staff forcibly restrained the subject and returned him to a chair and remained in close proximity. When questioned as to the sudden outburst, the subject has no recollection. He complained of a headache.

07:30 After a period of (difficult to read) calm (difficult to read) , the subject again made a sudden self-injury this time by smashing his head against a wall. Severe laceration was made on the subjects forehead, resulting in profuse bleeding down the subjects face. The subject screamed in anguish and claimed to have gone blind. The blood (difficult to read) from his eyes and the patient calmed down. Questioning revealed that the subject was stuck in some sort of sensory overload. Subject reports a load (difficult to read) noise which he described as like a thousand angry bees trying to force their way into my head through my ear that was getting louder and louder. He was also able to smell burning flesh and this smell was also getting stronger

07:40 As soon as questioning had finished the subject used his own head to strike an (difficult to read). The decision was taken to temporally restrain the subject for the safety of the staff.

08:00 Subject has eventually been restrained on a bed, but the restraints had a bad effect on his state of mind. Subject continually screams at loud volume.

09:30 Subject has not yet ceased screaming at full volume. The decision has been taken to continue the experiment despite the possible damage to his vocal cords.

10:00 High volume screaming continues. The subject has started to strain against (difficult to read) him down. Blood vessels appear to have burst on both sides of his forehead (difficult to read) evidence of blood seepage in the middle ear the subject was determined to have burst his own eardrums with the noise of his screams.

10:15 Screaming continues and the subject has managed to (difficult to read) against the supports with such force that there are cuts across his chest area and (difficult to read) have then instructed to place the subject in a straight jacket and (difficult to read) cell.

10:45 Subject has been installed in the padded cell. His (difficult to read) has not yet abated, but his voice is becoming increasingly horse and can barely (difficult to read) heard outside the cell. Subject is moving slowly round the walls of his cell.

11:15 (difficult to read) speed of the subject’s movement around the cell have increased steadily to the point that he may be at risk of harming himself.

11:25 Subject has loosened the straps on the straight jacket somehow and has removed it. Arms flail at his sides as his continue to bounce off the walls. He apparently is attempting to scream but no noise is coming out at all. His face is now almost completely red with burst blood vessels.

11:35 Subject has stopped moving and is lying motionless in the middle of his cell.

11:45 Blood haemorrhaging visible as Staff enter the cell

11:50 Subject declared deceased.

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Autopsy notes: The subject appeared to have suffered an acute sensory overload. Tympanic membrane ruptured presumably due to subject’s own screams. Ventriculam folds of vocal cord suffered massive trauma and have been shredded, again presumably due to persistent screaming. Blood vessels over the whole body including retinal blood vessels were found to have burst colon was prolapsed. Arms had both been dislocated, explaining the subjects ability too remove the straight jacket. Skin on the supper body has been partially frayed off by friction with the straight jacket. Pulmonary and aortic valves in the heart eventually burst.


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*reads posts* O.O *stabs self* Dear god... *Drags knife to left arm* Oh lord... *Finally pulls out through brain* Im... free... of this... thread...

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Its twisted shit alright!


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I just wann now why.

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???

Who knows...Experimentation on crazy people who are unable to defend themselves?

Just look at Baxter detention centre or Guentanamo Bay...lots of crazy shit goes on behind those walls.


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idnt even read all this. should not be known as it seems private. but yeah some 'crazy shit' to quote the user before me does go down 'underground'. whered you get these by the way?

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Okay that was some fucked shit man....

Where was this WHEN was this?

Also the last person was a student volunteer so he wasn’t crazy what about his family what they didn’t ask questions? they basically murdered him what the fuck how could they get away with it?


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You idiotic idiots... This is from the video game, Manhunt 2.

LUL U RETARDS!

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to long to read all that shit

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Rorschach wrote: You idiotic idiots... This is from the video game, Manhunt 2.

LUL U RETARDS!




somebody give this guy a cookie.


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He is right it’s from projectmanhunt.com

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lawl.

Knew it all sounded too cliche’d and horrific to be true. I realized it with the secound one where the dude’s mental state begins to deteriorate after just three days.


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... Yes, I have played Manhunt 2 also...

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There is an abandoned mental hospital at the top of a hill in Worcester, Massachusetts. Once every 5 years an old rusty box spring appears within the courtyard of the hospital. If you can sneak inside and sleep through the night on the bed, in the morning a man with a shirt that reads ďObserve and absolveĒ will take out his wallet and give you a picture. This picture will show you how you will die. If the picture is of the man standing before you, running wonít help.


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Anywho, time for a long one

1.) ADMISSION FORM, PATIENT #0017983 - 11/18/05 15:12
Involuntary admittance requested by patient’s relatives in response to apparent self-destructive behavior cycle. Self-harm evident in physical exam: signs of past abrasions on head and neck, apparently due to self-inflicted scratching, and both fresh and partially-closed surface lacerations on arms and legs. Signs of extreme fatigue also evident - in examination patient admitted insomnia for, as quoted, “longer than you’d believe."; Patient unable to give exact time for length of insomnia, likely due to extended period of insomnia itself. Confusion and moderate delerium evident. PRELIMINARY MEDICATION ISSUED : Triazolam 0.25mg for insomnia, topical Bacitracin for wound care.

2.) ADMISSION EVALUATION, PATIENT #0017983 - 11/18/05 16:56
PERFORMED BY: Dr. Emil Lafayette. Self-harm confirmed. Patient removed dressings from arm lacerations, reopened wound while waiting for interviewer. Definite evidence of somniphobia in patient justifications for harm; patient refers to sleep with anxiety, and consistently acts against self to cause pain in response to lengthy periods of silence or other lack of stimuli. Issue of insomnia needs immediate attention, given evidence of exceedingly prolonged duration. Likewise possible agoraphobia. Patient requests an isolated bed, becomes withdrawn/agitated when request is denied, refuses to cooperate further with interview. Offers vague suggestion of hostile “other” in justification, but will not elaborate, as quoted, “because you’re not going to believe she exists until she hurts someone anyway."; Evidence for likely paranoid schizophrenia. Recommend further interview with full psychological spectrum testing for exact diagnosis. FINAL RECOMMENDATION: ADMIT PATIENT. PRELIMINARY MEDICATION ISSUED : Cancel Triazolam, instead 5mg Diazepam twice daily for insomnia, anxiety, and probable sleep disorders.

3.) FINAL ADMITTANCE REPORT, PATIENT #0017983 - 11/18/05 17:13
Patient issued bed in Room 409. Current occupant(s): Patient #0017802, Patient #0017983. Clothes from admission remanded to family of patient, three sets of common dress issued for immediate needs. Further psych eval scheduled for 10:00 11/19/05, determining future length of stay.

4.) WARD EVENT REPORT - 11/18/05 17:30
During routine new patient room check, Patient #0017802 places request with staff for transfer to, as quoted, “some other room." Appears agitated, claims Patient #0017983 has been disturbing him. Patient #0017983 likewise requests transfer, to isolated bed. Both requests denied. ORDERLY NOTE: Followup room check suggested to avoid possible intrapatient conflict.


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5.) WARD EVENT REPORT - 11/18/05 19:00
Followup room check. Patient #0017983 claims Dr. Lafayette has ordered him moved to Isolation. Patient #0017802 backs claim. Administration records demonstrate no such order. Upon informing room occupants, Patient #0017983 attempts to assault staff and Patient #0017802 becomes uncontrollably agitated. Additional personnel required to contain incident. Both patients restrained, sedated, forced into early lights out. ORDERLY NOTE: Exercise caution in all future room checks for 409.

6.) WARD EVENT REPORT - 11/18/05 23:57
Staff on Hall 1, Floor 4 report loud sounds from room 409 after facility lights out, disturbing other rooms and patients. Patient #0017983 found awake, extremely agitated and struggling against restraints. Demands lights be turned back on, as quoted, ďbefore she comes.Ē Self-sustained injuries to wrists and ankles at points of restraint. Patient attempts to struggle against staff during trade to more comprehensive restraint, requiring additional personnel to contain incident. Additional sedation required for Patient #0017983. Patient #0017802 does not respond during course of event, likely due to sedation from earlier incident. ORDERLY NOTE: Maintain restraints on Patient #0017983 until further notice. Sedate patient before removing restraints for any reason. Recommend anti-psychotic be considered in future psych eval.

7.) WARD EVENT REPORT - 11/19/05 00:20
Staff on Hall 1, Floor 4 again report loud sounds from room 409. Patient #0017983 found catatonic on floor, with severe self-inflicted scratches on head and neck. Restraints are severed at connection points, with severe bruising on limbs possibly indicating more severe injury at restraint points with patient. Patient #0017802 is found deceased. Severe disfiguring wounds to face, complete with destruction (ORDERLY NOTE: Ingestion?) of patientís eyes. Moved to room 101, locker 2, awaiting autopsy. Patient #0017983 transfered to Isolation, room 626, given injected dose of 100mg Zuclopenthixol on attending physicianís orders to control acute psychosis. ORDERLY NOTE: Recommend video observation to allow better control of future outbursts. Stay at least an armís length away from patient upper body restraints at all times. Just in case.


8.) AUTOPSY REPORT, PATIENT #0017802 - 11/19/05 09:44
PERFORMED BY: Dr. Julius Tweed. Ragged lacerations prominent around subjectís head and neck, increasing in severity and depth on the regions of the face itself - at several points, the flesh is cut to the bone. More disconcertingly, subjectís eyes appear to be violently removed from their sockets and are missing. CAUSE OF DEATH: Exsanguination from wounds. FINAL JUDGEMENT: Homicide. CORONER NOTE: Recommend consideration of Patient #0017983 as dangerous to staff and facility residents. Urge continued maintenance of restraints and isolation from contact with others in patient population. Also recommend digestive endoscopy to determine fate of missing tissues for staff cohesion purposes - orderlies from Floor 4 suspect cannibalism, promise to refuse Isolation shifts until such belief is disproven.

9.) MEDICAL REPORT, PATIENT #0017983 - 11/19/05 10:07
PERFORMED BY: Dr. Antoinus Cayle. Patient is cooperative, if withdrawn, during examination. No outbursts or threats. Current drug regimen appears effective. No unusual tissue or objects discovered in digestive endoscopy. Radiology tests discover hairline fractures in tibia, fibula of right leg. Severe abrasions evident on skin of restraint points, also head and neck, necessitating topical treatment. Troubling instability in vitals - BP is acutely elevated, pulse rapid and weak for patientís size. Extended stress from anxiety, elevated mood, and insomnia likely cause. PHYSICIAN NOTE: Patient must sleep to begin recovery process. Recommend elevated dosage of Diazepam to encourage this result. Firm contact-point restraints not recommended for this patient due to risk of further injury. Full-body restraint must be considered as alternative.


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