Film depicts administration of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide ) by the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). The LSD is given to people without informing them. A man talks about some events and cries. A close up of a man who worked on this program. On 21st September 1977, Stansfield Turner, Director CIA speaks about Mission Mind Control. Members are seated in a hall. News correspondent Paul Atmeyer, stands in front of the Headquarters of OSS (Office of Strategic Services) during World War II. The first mind control began from this Headquarter. The members who are the part of this mission are the shapers and moulders of OSS. U.S. General, William Joseph Donovan nicknamed 'Wild Bill' and Boston industrialist Stanley Lovell who is the Head of OSS R&D and is also called Dr. Moriarty. Lovell poses for a photograph and also talks about OSS job and that it was in this atmosphere that the search of mind control began. OSS Captain George H. White has formally been with the Bureau of Narcotics. Paul Atmeyer reads the diary of George White and talks about his training and schooling. Michel J. Burg talks about George and his technical knowledge. Another friend of White who is a narcotics officer talks about him. A close up of George White. A note written in White's diary. George White worked on a truth documentary in Elizabeth Hospital in Washington DC where the experiments were conducted. A 1952 CIA memo says the aim is ' controlling an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will'. The Sandoz Laboratory in Basel, Switzerland where doctor Albert Hofmann believed that they had discovered and found a psychedelic drug and the discovery was LSD. Retired Chief Psychologist for CIA, John Gittinger, talks about the powerful drug and is being interviewed publicly. CIA's interest in LSD was intense but they were worried that the Russian will get hold of it. Sandoz Laboratory will put 100 million LSD doses in the open market. A mistake made by the agency.
Film depicts administration of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide ) and other experiements by the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). Describes experiments of Dr. Jose Delgado financed by the Office of Naval Research. Electrodes are implanted in the brain of a bull. Dr. Delgado has remote control of the animal while the animal contends with a bull fighting matador. Narrator lists other experiments allegedly done in 1960s and 70s. On 20th September, 1977 the Senate subcommittee heard testimonies from many of them and the testimony was not very revealing. Former narcotics officer Charles Siragusa is interviewed and says to limit his testimony by the CIA manager he reported to. Former CIA chemist Robert V. Lashbrook testifies that he has no knowledge about the agencies running safe houses. View of Dr. Sidney Gottlieb playing tennis. Narrator says Gottlieb also oversaw many of the CIA behavioral programs but destroyed the records of his work after he retired in 1973. A letter by Sidney Gottlieb in which he writes that he and his colleagues were able to maintain contact with the leading edge of developments in the field of biological and chemical control of human behavior. Dr. Sidney Gottlieb also appeared before the Senate subcommittee but from an anteroom where he was not filmed. George White who helped in many of the LSD programs before his death wrote a letter to Gottlieb in which he summed up his career by saying it was fun. News correspondent in front of the U.S. Capitol building concludes the documentary.
U.S. Representative from the Republic of California, R.K. Dornan speaks during a meeting. Banner behind the stage reads ' From U.S. To The President And Congress' He strictly condemns the sexual right proposal and the abortion right proposal passed at the National Women's Conference in the presence of various prominent American women.
Various views of a man jumping and catching frisbee People play Frisbee at a beach near San Francisco, California. View of Golden Gate Bridge in background. Frisbee champion Peter Blerm takes a frisbee from a bag in a park. He and champion, Monica Lu, demonstrate their skills handling the frisbee, rolling it over their necks and spinning it on their fingers. They demonstrate tricks as they toss the frisbee back and forth. Trees in the background. A large crowd of spectators gathered at the Rose Bowl Stadium in California to watch the Frisbee World Championship. Players prepare and warm up for the game. The team events begin. Spectators cheer the players. A player spins a disc.
Speed and altitude tests being conducted by X-15 at Edwards Air Force Base, California. X-15 begins a solo flight into the stratosphere. Pilot Scott Crossfield seated in the cockpit of X-15. Mach meter indicator passes Mach two. Radar dish antenna recording the course of flight. Chase planes F-100F and F-104D in flight. NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) officials take recordings on graph and look at radar screens. Pilot converses with the ground crew members. X-15 lands on Rogers Dry Lake in California. Vehicles parked next to the aircraft after its landing in ground.
Testing of AIM-7 Sparrow III Missile from Naval Air Station in Point Mugu,California. United States Air Force (USAF) Ryan Firebee Q-2C aircraft in flight. American AIM-9 Sidewinder air to air missile fired by United States Navy (USN) F-8D Crusader fighter aircraft stuck Q-2C. It explodes. Parts fall off and hits the water. It disappears below the water surface. United States Navy Grumman QF-9F Cougar drone in flight. United States Air Force AIM-7 Sparrow III air to air Missile fired by United States Air Force F-4B Phantom II fighter aircraft made a miss on the drone. United States Navy Convair RIM-2 Terrier surface to air missiles placed on launchers on USS Coontz (DDG-9). Terrier is launched.