For your amusement this morning: While researching a book, author Don Lattin came across some footage of a 1950s television program in which a housewife takes LSD. It’s from a 1956 program at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Los Angeles. Dr. Sidney Cohen sits beside an unidentified housewife who says, “They were looking for normal people, so I volunteered,” and that she feels “a little nervous, perhaps.” He then instructs her to drink a liquid while explaining it contains LSD. Three hours later, she says, “Everything is in color and I can feel the air. I can see it, I can see all the molecules—I'm part of it. Can't you see it?" Dr. Cohen then asks her, “How do you feel inside?” She replies, "Inside? I don't have any inside."