Being autistic nearly ruined Michael Shipley’s life, but his parents sent him to a state mental hospital. Then Michael’s life was ruined for good.
You can always spot a smoker. He fiddles with matches, his shirt pocket bulges in a tiny rectangle, and fumes emerge from his mouth and nose. But what should we do about him?
Burning a candle a day keeps the hexes away.
A schizophrenic’s own story of his tour through asylums from Bellevue to Texas.
Alpha waves, past lives, and other explorations of the subconscious.