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YouTube star Logan Paul has bought the $ 1 million farm that LSD advocate Timothy Leary used to take and produce the medicine in the 1960s. Depicted is the bunkhouse of the ranch

YouTube star Logan Paul has bought the $ 1 million farm that LSD advocate Timothy Leary used to take and produce the medicine in the 1960s.

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The Fobes Ranch has 80 acres of land and is located in Duchess Canyon in the San Jacinto Mountains, California.

Paul, 24, who has nearly 20 million subscribers on YouTube, paid $ 1,000,001 for the home, according to the Los Angeles Times.

YouTube star Logan Paul has bought the $ 1 million farm that LSD advocate Timothy Leary used to take and produce the medicine in the 1960s. Depicted is the bunkhouse of the ranch

YouTube star Logan Paul has bought the $ 1 million farm that LSD advocate Timothy Leary used to take and produce the medicine in the 1960s. Depicted is the bunkhouse of the ranch

The Fobes Ranch has 80 acres of land and is located in Duchess Canyon in the San Jacinto Mountains, California

The Fobes Ranch has 80 acres of land and is located in Duchess Canyon in the San Jacinto Mountains, California

The Fobes Ranch has 80 acres of land and is located in Duchess Canyon in the San Jacinto Mountains, California

Paul, 24, who has nearly 20 million subscribers to YouTube, has reportedly paid $ 1,000.001 for the property. Depicted is the living room of the ranch
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Paul, 24, who has nearly 20 million subscribers to YouTube, has reportedly paid $ 1,000.001 for the property. Depicted is the living room of the ranch

Paul, 24, who has nearly 20 million subscribers to YouTube, has reportedly paid $ 1,000.001 for the property. Depicted is the living room of the ranch

In the 1960s, the compound was used to house a small community known as the & # 39; Hippie Mafia & # 39; led by LSD advocate Timothy Leary. The kitchen of the ranch house is depicted

In the 1960s, the compound was used to house a small community known as the & # 39; Hippie Mafia & # 39; led by LSD advocate Timothy Leary. The kitchen of the ranch house is depicted

In the 1960s, the compound was used to house a small community known as the & # 39; Hippie Mafia & # 39; led by LSD advocate Timothy Leary. The kitchen of the ranch house is depicted

The compound has sufficient structures to accommodate a small community for which it was used in the 1960s, when it was the home of the & # 39; Hippie Mafia & # 39 ;.

About 30 members of the Leary-led group, also known as the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, used the compound to take and produce LSD while worshiping nature.

Leary and his wife, Rosemary, lived in the main ranch building, while the rest of the members lived in outbuildings and teepees.

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The ranch house is the largest house on the site, which also has a guest house, a bunk bed and a workshop.

About 30 members of the Leary-led group, also known as the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, used the compound to take and produce LSD while worshiping nature

About 30 members of the Leary-led group, also known as the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, used the compound to take and produce LSD while worshiping nature

About 30 members of the Leary-led group, also known as the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, used the compound to take and produce LSD while worshiping nature

Leary and his wife, Rosemary, lived in the main ranch building, while the rest of the members lived in outbuildings and teepees.

Leary and his wife, Rosemary, lived in the main ranch building, while the rest of the members lived in outbuildings and teepees.

Leary and his wife, Rosemary, lived in the main ranch building, while the rest of the members lived in outbuildings and teepees.

The ranch house is the largest house on the site, which also has a guest house, a bunk bed and a workshop (photo)
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The ranch house is the largest house on the site, which also has a guest house, a bunk bed and a workshop (photo)

The ranch house is the largest house on the site, which also has a guest house, a bunk bed and a workshop (photo)

The property also has two solar panels, a shed and a garage for two cars. It even has two sources that fill a 70,000-liter water tank

The property also has two solar panels, a shed and a garage for two cars. It even has two sources that fill a 70,000-liter water tank

The property also has two solar panels, a shed and a garage for two cars. It even has two sources that fill a 70,000-liter water tank

It also has a shed, a garage for two cars and two solar panel systems. It even has two sources that fill a 70,000-liter water tank.

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And according to the farm Sotherby & # 39; s listing the current owners leave the workshop, garage and country buildings & # 39; completely filled with supplies and parts that they have collected over the years that they believe are necessary for the ongoing maintenance of the property & # 39 ;.

Leary was a clinical psychologist at Harvard University, where he conducted the Harvard Psilocybin Experiment between 1960-62.

Psilocybin, a psychedelic drug, was legal at the time and Leary tested its effects on students and prisoners.

Leary, once described by former President Richard Nixon as the & # 39; most dangerous man in America & # 39 ;, was fired from Harvard in 1963.

And according to the ranch farm listing, the current owners leave the workshop, garage, and outbuildings, completely filled with supplies and parts that they have collected over the years that they believe are necessary for the ongoing maintenance of the farm. property & # 39;

And according to the ranch farm listing, the current owners leave the workshop, garage, and outbuildings, completely filled with supplies and parts that they have collected over the years that they believe are necessary for the ongoing maintenance of the farm. property & # 39;

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And according to the ranch farm listing, the current owners leave the workshop, garage, and outbuildings, completely filled with supplies and parts that they have collected over the years that they believe are necessary for the ongoing maintenance of the farm. property & # 39;

Leary was a clinical psychologist at Harvard University, where he conducted the Harvard Psilocybin experiment between 1960 and 62 before being fired in 1963

Leary was a clinical psychologist at Harvard University, where he conducted the Harvard Psilocybin experiment between 1960 and 62 before being fired in 1963

Leary was a clinical psychologist at Harvard University, where he conducted the Harvard Psilocybin experiment between 1960 and 62 before being fired in 1963

Leary, once described by former President Richard Nixon as the & # 39; most dangerous man in America & # 39 ;, was fired from Harvard in 1963. The workplace is shown on the photo

Leary, once described by former President Richard Nixon as the & # 39; most dangerous man in America & # 39 ;, was fired from Harvard in 1963. The workplace is shown on the photo

Leary, once described by former President Richard Nixon as the & # 39; most dangerous man in America & # 39 ;, was fired from Harvard in 1963. The workplace is shown on the photo

He then continued to perform his psychedelic experiments in the state of New York and was often visited by illustrious contemporaries such as Allen Ginsberg, Abbie Hoffman, Jack Kerouac and Aldous Huxley

He then continued to perform his psychedelic experiments in the state of New York and was often visited by illustrious contemporaries such as Allen Ginsberg, Abbie Hoffman, Jack Kerouac and Aldous Huxley

He then continued to perform his psychedelic experiments in the state of New York and was often visited by illustrious contemporaries such as Allen Ginsberg, Abbie Hoffman, Jack Kerouac and Aldous Huxley

He then continued to perform his psychedelic experiments in the state of New York and was often visited by illustrious contemporaries such as Allen Ginsberg, Abbie Hoffman, Jack Kerouac and Aldous Huxley.

His following began to unravel in the late 1960s after a teenage girl was found drowned in a pond at Fobes Ranch with traces of LSD in her bloodstream.

In 1969, the kingpin of the brotherhood, John Griggs, died in his tipi of an overdose of psilocybin.

His next began to unravel in the late 1960s after a teenage girl was found drowned in a pond at Fobes Ranch with traces of LSD in her bloodstream
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His next began to unravel in the late 1960s after a teenage girl was found drowned in a pond at Fobes Ranch with traces of LSD in her bloodstream

His followers began to unravel in the late 1960s after a teenage girl was found drowned in a pond at Fobes Ranch with traces of LSD in her bloodstream

Logan Paul is currently preparing for a $ 190 million boxing match against fellow YouTube star KSI

Logan Paul is currently preparing for a $ 190 million boxing match against fellow YouTube star KSI

Logan Paul is currently preparing for a $ 190 million boxing match against fellow YouTube star KSI

The police invaded the premises in 1972 and made seven arrests.

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Leary spent several years in jail before making a daring escape and going into exile in the 1970s.

He died in 1996 at the age of 75 from inoperable prostate cancer, saying the last words & # 39; why not? & # 39 ;. The ash from Leary was later shot into space on the Pegasus rocket.

Logan Paul is currently preparing for a $ 190 million boxing match against fellow YouTube star KSI.

Who were the Hippie Mafia?

The Hippie Mafia, also known as the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, was founded in the mid-60s by John Griggs as a congregation.

It later developed into an organization that produced LSD, which they called Orange Sunshine, and imported hashish.

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About 30 members of the group lived at the Fobes Ranch with Timothy Leary in Duchess Canyon in the San Jacinto Mountains, California.

Leary and his wife, Rosemary, lived in the main ranch building, while the rest of the members lived in outbuildings and teepees.

His followers began to unravel in the late 1960s after a teenage girl was found drowned in a pond at Fobes Ranch with traces of LSD in her bloodstream.

In 1969, the brotherhood kingpin, John Griggs, died in his tipi of an overdose of psilocybin.

The following year they hired the radical left organization Weather Underground for $ 25,000 to help Leary to Algeria after he escaped from prison.

A drug attack put an end to their activities in 1972 and dozens of members were arrested in California, Oregon and Maui.

More members were then arrested in 1994 and 1996 and the last of them were arrested in 2009.

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