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A Legacy of Shattered Lives Drug Pioneer Was Neither Healer Nor Hero Records disclose psychiatrist credited with revolutionizing mental treatment killed and injured patients with drugs. by Christine Hahn Madeleine was rolled into the operating room on a gurney and prepared for surgery, her head shaven. A local anaesthetic was applied to a portion of her scalp. The surgeon cut away a flap of skin and drilled a hole through her skull. Wielding a spatula-type instrument, he made several sweeping incisions through her brain, slicing all the way to the back of her skull. While the surgeon worked, psychiatrist Ewen Cameron stood over the young woman, plying her with questions until he was assured the surgeon had achieved the desired result. When Madeleine stared vacuously and could only grunt in response, the surgery ended. Madeleine lived the rest of her life an automaton in the confines of an insane asylum. Madeleine Smith, a 28-year-old Canadian newscaster, was just one casualty of the ghoulish experiments conducted in the 1950s and early 1960s under Ewen Cameron at McGill Universitys Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal. complete article: http://www.freedommag.org/english/vol34i1/page07.htm

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Madeleines Story Madeleine was a 27 year old newscaster in New York city, in the mid 1950s. She had begun to have delusions and terrifying dreams. She thought that Three Wise Men were constantly telling her what to do, and quit her job because they began to appear sitting on the microphone. She was referred to Dr. Cameron, who put her on Thorazine. She feared him greatly, because he was so grim and forbidding, and he asked her questions that made no sense; questions like: Do you ever imagine you are being struck by molten raindrops? Fire or bullets?. Her paranoia was made worse by her fear of Dr. Cameron. She began to believe he was working with the Three Wise men. She decided to commit suicide by taking all of the Thorazine at once, and would pace and search in her apartment endlessly trying to find where her husband had hidden the bottle. The Wise men constantly taunted and ridiculed her, telling her how worthless she was. Her husband was caring and attentive, but it had gotten so the only way she could bear to have sex with him was if she pretended he was her father. All of her sessions with Dr. Cameron were recorded, and he always called her as he did all women, Lassie, or Girlie. His severity and disturbing questions made each therapy session worse for Madeleine. Madeleine finally found the bottle and took all of the Thorazine at once. Her husband, having called every two hours from work for weeks, rushed home and got her to the hospital to have her stomach pumped. On Dr. Camerons recommendation, she was committed to his facility at McGill University. At the clinic, Madeleine was now subjected to more intensive treatment. She developed another hallucination she called the Sloth, and despite the countless times the electro-shock cart had been wheeled up to her rubber sheeted bed and the paddles on her temples had zapped her into oblivion, the hallucinations got worse. Over three years she spent forty-four weeks at the clinic, consumed mountains of pills and thousands of volts. Each time she went home, she tried to kill herself. Her final stay at the clinic was marked by a substantial increase in drugs and electroshock treatments. After each jolt of electricity, Madeleine would have convulsions. A rubber gag was inserted into her mouth to keep her from biting her tongue off. Usually every morning she received six separate bursts of electricity. The figure for Europe was similar. Tens of thousands of lobotomies were performed in the Pacific Basin and India. There, the technique was simpler- a sufficiently strong electro-shock put them to sleep and was cheaper than an anesthetic. A trocar, a graduated instrument rather like a miniature ice pick, was driven through the bony orbit behind the eye socket and tapped gently with a surgeons mallet to destroy brain cells and nerve fibers. Three or four patients could be handled in an hour. (p. 219) Madeleine Smiths lobotomy was slightly more sophisticated: A theater porter wheeled Madeleine and he and the nurse transferred her from the trolley onto the operating table. Madeleine wore only a surgical gown. She stared, fully conscious, into the powerful overhead light. The radical lobotomy would be performed under a local anesthetic so that the surgeon could immediately judge her disorientation, indicating how successful was his severing of her frontal lobes. Until he observed the required signs, he would continue to destroy that portion of her brain. Do you feel anything, lassie? Dr. Cameron always asked. Madeleine mumbled as he peeled back the skin on her forehead, exposing the bone. Using the surgeons drill, He drilled for a few moments and a fine spray of bone shavings spumed into the airAfter he finally retracted the brace, the resident collected the skull shavings from Madeleines head and placed them in a small gallipot. The dust would be used to fill up the burr hole at the end of the operation. Madeleines brain was exposed, milky pink in color. The surgeon asked for a long steel spatula that had replaced the wire stylet Dr. Moniz had used as a leucotome in his first operations; the stylet had proven not to be stiff enough, and the wire had a tendency to bend in a patients brain, traversing through blood vessels and tissue not meant to be destroyed. The journals had been filled with accounts of patients who had started to have epileptic seizures and other serious complications caused by the wire. The spatula was an altogether more sturdy weapon.

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Lassie, count to ten. A series of grunts came from Madeleine. The surgeon inserted the spatula into the burr hole. He worked to a definite routine: down a few centimeters, then a pause to move the instrument a few centimeters laterally. Each move destroyed more of Madeleines brain. Can you sing your favorite song? A strange moaning came from Madeleine. The surgeon drove the spatula further into her brain, extending and widening the wound, from which blood oozed. Lassie, count to ten. There was a grunt from Madeleine. The surgeon continued to destroy her brain. Do you feel sleepy? She gave the same response. The surgeon withdrew the spatula and asked for a cannula, a heavy-gauge hypodermic needle. He inserted it in the hole and, using steady pressure, drove it down to the spheroidal, the bony ridge at the base of the skull. The cannula was withdrawn. Once more he inserted the spatula, and swung its handle upward, so that the blade could be drawn along the base of her skull and a cut made as far to the side as possible in her brain. Dr. Cameron continued to ask questions. They were part of what he termed the disorientation yardstick- his means of knowing how much brain destruction was being acheived. Lassie, speak to me. A further grunt. The surgeon continued, and finally she made no more sounds, closed her eyes and fell into a stupor. Dr. Cameron bent over Madeleine. Removing the eyeshield, he lifted one and then another of her eyelids. She stared vacuously back at him. Lassie, its all over, no more pain. Later that day, Madeleine was transferred to St. Jean de Dieu hospital, to enter the custodial care of the religious sisters who maintained a number of zombies like her. Between 1944 and 1960, over 100,000 lobotomies had been performed in the US. In the 1950s and 60s, the US government was obsessed with discovering secrets of mind control. At McGill University, in Montreal, Canada, the American Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron ran a clinic. Many of his patients were lobotomized, and sent to an oblivion some remain in today. So let me get this straight. stick an ice pick in my eye, cut off parts of my brain, skull shavings run a muck in the air, all to make me better, and, I will most likely end up a vegetable that is if I am not in that percentile that dies from the procedure, ahh, let me think about this one no thanks doctor. That was how it was, but the propoganda made it sound like some miricle cure to those nutty relatives you really do not want bugging you. The really sad thing is how many families agreed to have this done to their loved ones because of the hype and propoganda, I doubt they ever got the details of what a good result was.

quite the modest, inauspicious little place, hm? : St. Jean de Dieu Hospital:

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St. Jean de Dieu Hospital


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Monday, February 25, 2008 Ghosts of Gamelin

Denis Lazure has died at 82. In his dotage the former provincial Quebec cabinet minister psychiatrist campaigned against the upcoming creation of a new English hospital here. He thought the government should fund only a French one.

But Lazure knew a lot about another hospital. Lazure might have taken some hefty secrets into the afterlife about the Duplessis Orphans at the St. Jean de Dieu. You'll recall how mentally healthy children who committed the sin of having no parents were put into mental hospitals here as a provincial money-making scam. A young Lazure saw this in action at the Louis H. Lafontaine Hospital (then known as St. Jean de Dieu) in the east end. The hospital had the ideal cover - it constituted a separate municipality called Gamelin, which had no full time residents, but technically did its own policing. Occasionally a doctor would express shock at what he saw in the hospital, which included a description of a five-year-old boy chained to a radiator. Others included the routine induction of diabetic comas which often resulted in death and the freeflowing use of Heinz Lehmann's newly-developed largytil, known as the chemical straitjacket. Lazure was among those who encouraged Gamelin to do the obvious and join the city of Montreal. Much of what happened behind those spooky doors will never be known.

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As you can see in the two overhead shots, much of the hospital has been demolished.
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