Amory: Immortal Technique is rapping about it: Ben: But for those who have had to deal with the fallout of MK-ULTRA on a personal level, the fact that the program rarely gets discussed outside the realm of pop culture can feel discouraging. Did it work? These did nothing to calm the feud which continued through succeeding reigns to when Donald's grandson Ewen, the 13th chief, fought at the battle of Flodden where James IV was killed. Cameron would analyze what conditions produced the stronger worker, what would be the necessary conditions to replicate this personality and to reward the stronger while disciplining the weaker. Indian River. There are a few ways to reach us: This content was originally created for audio. And you can see this manual that's been found all around the world, from hellholes to modern democracies. Amory: Duncan, one of the two lawyer sons, admits hes familiar with those 12 boxes of papers, and then explains what happened to them. Duncan: And I've said Im unable to do that. It was a heart attack and was very sudden. Duncan: Well, that's a big subject. Sounds questionable? Deze informatie is onderdeel van Families Klein, Ree, de Breed en de Vries van Terschelling van Marthan Klein op Genealogie Online. ", And what about the CIA, who had approved and funded the research in the first place? Jim Turner: The most salient point that I recall is that Camerons son told us that he'd taken his father's private records and had destroyed them. He came up with the idea that if he presented the world and confronted the Germans with the atrocities committed during the war, the world and the Germans would refrain from repeated acts of extreme aggression. I wasnt destroying documents. Donald Ewen Cameron was the key figure in the Montreal experiments. Cameron also hoped to generate families capable of using authority and techniques to take measures against mental illness, which would later be apparent in Cameron's MKULTRA and MKDELTA experiments. He died of a heart attack while climbing a mountain in the Adirondacks in 1967. Experts must develop methods of forcefully changing attitudes and beliefs to prevent the authoritarian overlord. Amory: In the Lake Placid community where Dr. Camerons family spent the bulk of their summers, his sudden death from a heart attack while hiking was big news. Amory: Duncan knows how to be very careful about what he says. Amory: Theres a reason that all the photos of Ewen Cameron are from more than 50 years ago. Amory: The answer might be in the idea of brainwashing itself. He graduated from the University of Glasgow in 1924. Not all the time, but it's always there. Death: June 18, 1958 (52) Immediate Family: Son of Sir Ewen Allan Cameron and Rachel Margaret Cameron. When it came time to evaluate Nazi leaders ahead of the Nuremberg Trials, he was one of a group of internationally renowned mental health professionals who were sent to decide just what was going on in the heads of some of the worst war criminals the world had ever seen. Duncan: Well, I think that I would feel sad about that. Duncan: I'm Duncan Cameron. Alison said that when her mother returned, it was no longer her mother. Amory: Marian was 5 years old when her mom was admitted to the Allan for what she thinks was postpartum depression. Cregg: What do you know about mind-control experiments? It's Boston local news in one concise, fun and informative email. The goal, says CBC, was to reduce the patient to what was called a "childlike state," with some people destroyed so completely that they could no longer walk, talk, or dress themselves Shoelaces? Amory: Duncan struggles dealing with his dads legacy because he cant speak to why his dad did what he did. The CBC says the CIA recruited Dr. Ewen Cameron a few years into MKUltra, using the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology to approach Cameron and tell him that he really, really needed to apply for one of their grants. Amory: He said he did not destroy documents, that he didn't know about that. Ben: But do you even though you had nothing to do with it do you have any feelings of sadness about those folks and what they've gone through? What started as short-term depression before the Allan, morphed into chronic depression, as well as diagnosed schizophrenia and bipolar disorder afterwards. So what led the CIA to get onto this fantasy? He had a Mercedes. That was in December of 1959, and according to the lawsuit (via the Consumer Law Group), Cameron diagnosed Morrow as having "nervousness and tension." In other words, torture. The lawsuits were dismissed, even though it was later shown . In 1963, the CIA published the Kubark Counterintelligence Interrogation manual, and that's exactly what it sounds like guidelines on how to get people to talk. If he had a choice he would have kept living forever. ", Why MKUltra's Top Brainwashing Scientist Was A Real-Life Nightmare, "Brainwashing's Avatar: The Curious Career of Dr. Ewen Cameron. Those with anxieties or insecurities and who had trouble with the state of the world were labelled as "the weak"; in Cameron's analysis, they could not cope with life and had to be isolated from society by "the strong". Amory: What we know of Camerons work comes from family accounts like Marian's, a few hard-won medical documents, and detailed descriptions of his techniques from his own journal articles and speeches. Cameron quickly found patients didn't want to listen to the messages. Donald Ewen Cameron 24 December 1901 - 8 September 1967) was a Scottish-born psychiatrist. And he was a fast driver. He moved to Upstate New York where he studied aging and memory at two hospitals in Albany. Don't worry, it gets worse. Cameron used his ideas to implement policies on who should govern and parent in society. The only cure for mental illness, he theorized, was to eliminate its "carriers" from society altogether. Duncan: No, he had some peculiar hobb-- he loved science fiction. And that seemed to us to be a highly questionable action for someone to take. And it was a great shock to everybody because he was 65 and in many ways, you know, going full throttle and at the top of his career. His support of Charles Edward Stuart was instrumental in the Jacobite Rising of 1745 Lochiel and the Jacobite cause Amory: This is a hard reality for the family that Ewen Cameron left behind. David Cameron's grandfather Ewen Donald Cameron (1906-1958) was a City of London figure who became a director at the stock brokerage house Panmure Gordon. Their diagnosis was amnesia and hysteria, per a short commentary in the Journal of the American Medical Association. It is a rare thing that a psychiatrist of his worldwide reputation and capacity should be a resource available to a small mountain community. Research genealogy for donald ewen Cameron of Melbourne, Victoria, as well as other members of the Cameron family, on Ancestry. Duncan: I have no recollection whether there were any papers relating to any of the--. Skip . , During the 1950s and 1960s, Cameron became involved in what has later become known as the MKUltra mind control program, which was covertly sponsored by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and which eventually led to the publication of the KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation manual. Ben: In photos, the Cameron family seems happy, a candid shot of Ewen Cameron that looks to be from a garden party shows the psychiatrist in a skinny tie and jacket, horn-rimmed glasses and short cropped white hair. Dr. Ewen Cameron wanted to win a Nobel Prize for his work in psychiatry. She wasn't able to joke and laugh She would blurt out something like: 'We must do the right thing!'" He is largely known today for his central role in unethical medical experiments, and development of psychological and medical torture techniques for the CIA. Cameron believed firmly in clinical psychiatry and a strict scientific method. It affected a lot of people. Ben: When Amory and I spoke to Duncan Cameron about his dad, he also told us about his own work, as a lawyer. Cameron placed the psychiatric treatment unit inside of the hospital and inspected its success.  He furthermore wanted to understand the problems of memory caused by aging, believing that the aged brain experienced psychosis. And I think my father would have too. Research genealogy for Donald Ewen Cameron of lambeth, as well as other members of the Cameron family, on Ancestry. , In 1945, Cameron, Nolan D. C. Lewis and Dr Paul L. Schroeder, colonel and psychiatrist, University College of Illinois, were invited to the Nuremberg trials for a psychiatric evaluation of Rudolf Hess. Cameron began to base some of his notions on race, as is seen in his theories regarding the German people. For instance, he was careful to say he didnt know anything about his dads treatment regimen at the Allan, which may very well be true. He never got one. And he always had a little book of science fiction by the bedside. His brutal techniques involved a three-stage method for brainwashing in order to eliminate the will and establish control: first, mental depatterning achieved through drug-induced coma; massive neuroleptic drug cocktails induced extended sleep lasting up to eighty-six days. Donald Ewen Cameron ((1901-12-24)24 December 1901 (1967-09-08)8 September 1967) was a Scottish-born psychiatrist. The sick were, for Cameron, the viral infection to its stability and health. Patients were tested in the Radio Telemetry Laboratory, which was built under Cameron's direction. , Cameron was involved in administering electroconvulsive therapy and experimental drugs, including poisons such as curare and hallucinogens such as lysergic acid diethylamide, to patients and prisoners without their knowledge or informed consent.  His work was inspired and paralleled by the psychiatrist William Sargant, who was also involved with the intelligence services and experimented extensively on his patients without their consent, causing similar long-term damage. Operating under the umbrella of MKUltra were as many as 162 sub-projects, with as many as 80 different organizations involved in research. He published a book called Remembering and extended psychiatric links to human biology. The described types would have to be eliminated from society if there was to be peace and progress. There is no incontinence, there is no mutism, and we are continuing this intense treatment of her until we get complete depatterning.". Duncan: Well, I think he was always fascinated in the future. Ewen Cameron experimented on people right up until he left the Allan in 1964. By that time, information on Cameron's sleep room projects was coming out, and there were all kinds of people who were very quick to distance themselves from it. Kinzer: This idea of some evil scientists taking control of someone else's mind is a wonderfully appealing trope, and it's been used repeatedly in very popular movies and books and stories. So why havent they? Cleghorn immediately went and took a long, hard look at what Cameron had actually been doing in his little corner of the university, and he was pretty shocked. Skip Ancestry . In 1928, Cameron left Baltimore for the Burghlzli, the psychiatric hospital of the University of Zurich, in Switzerland, where he studied under Hans W. Maier, the successor of Swiss psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler, who had significantly influenced psychiatric thinking. father. If you want that too, we would deeply appreciate your contribution to our work in any amount. Like, did she always have problems? And he said, Oh, gosh. She goes, No. She was the one that was gonna go and conquer the world. His father, grandfather and great-grandfather were all senior partners in the company. Psychiatric experimentation: the lessons or history, The Journal of the California Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 1994, Vol. And when you get up to the top, its completely wooded, so theres no panoramic view after all the hard climbing. She went from apartment to apartment, mental hospital to mental hospital. Particularly because we put that question to him today. Ex-husband of Enid Agnes Maud Watson. At the heart of MKUltra, says The Guardian, was the broadcasting of videos of American POWs from the Korean War condemning their own country and lauding the benefits of Communism. He recruited psychoanalysts, social psychiatrists and biologists globally to develop the psychiatry program at McGill From its beginning in 1943, the Allan Memorial Institute was run on an "open door" basis, allowing patients to leave if they wished, as opposed to the "closed door" policy of other hospitals in Canada in the early 1940s. Esther Schrier who was a nurse at Montreal's Jewish General Hospital tragically lost her first child at just three weeks of age. Ben: Duncan Cameron was 10 years old when his dad became the Director of the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal. These negative statements were sometimes taken from the therapy sessions Cameron conducted when patients first arrived, says Rebecca Lemov, author of "Brainwashing's Avatar: The Curious Career of Dr. Ewen Cameron." Both of her brothers were heavily into drugs by the age of 10 and dealt with serious mental illness throughout their lives. Jean spent three months under Cameron's care, and spent two periods in a drug-induced coma. We were unable to subscribe you to WBUR Today. Donald Ewen Cameron was born in Bridge of Allen, a small town in Scotland, on December 24, 1901. , Cameron died of a heart attack while hiking with his son in the Adirondack Mountains on September 8, 1967. That, says McGill University, was the work of Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron, a psychiatrist who performed experiments so horrifying he's been called "Scotland's Mengele." I mean his father was a very prominent psychiatrist, so destroying rather than preserving personal papers of someone of that prominence is a very unusual thing, especially for a family member to have done. He was there when his legal partner, Joseph Rauh, took Camerons deposition. Which suggests it was for purposes of, not closure, but of not wanting information to come to light that was in the papers. The Canadian government also funded the project. Duncan Cameron: No. Duncan: Oh yes, he enjoyed a good joke even if they were off color. Pregnant with son Lloyd, Esther was kept in a drug-induced coma in the sleep room for a month, where she lost 13 pounds. The paper stated that German culture and its people would have offspring bound to become a threat to world peace in 30 years. People Projects Discussions Surnames . On March 12, her records show she was considered "depatterned": She could no longer stand, speak, could barely swallow, was incontinent, and required treatment by an obstetrician for severe bleeding. Amory: With the information we do have about Cameron, we know this: his so-called treatment didnt cure mental illness, and it didnt control peoples minds. Duncan: Yes. Being compared to the Nazi's most notorious doctor probably isn't the life goal of most medical professionals, so let's look at what he did to deserve this dubious title. Camerons techniques have no therapeutic validity whatsoever; they were comparable to Nazi medical atrocities. There is no such thing as closure. . This was made into a TV mini-series directed by Anne Wheeler in 1998, called The Sleep Room, which also dramatizes the lawsuit of Cameron's ex-patients against the CIA. This third type needs, This page was last edited on 16 February 2023, at 19:10. There must have been names of patients. It describes various personalities that he believed were of marked danger to all members of society. His theories of behavior stressed the unity of the organism with the environment; the book also outlined experimental method and research design. And, later on to guidebooks for what we now call enhanced interrogation at places like Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib. They were destroyed. Cameron Cemetery. 5, p. 2227) As a result of the lawsuit, the CIA agreed to pay $750,000, the maximum allowed under U.S. law, to settle a case without conceding liability. So I think in a certain way they believed that what fiction writers could come up with, somebody could actually make real. . In 1929 he moved to Canada where he worked in the Brandon Mental Hospital in Manitoba as the physician in charge. He began his career as resident surgeon at Glasgow Infirmary, but in 1929 moved . Thus, this group would have to be studied and controlled as a contagious social disease. A notoriously tough climb, he did it with his son James, and when he got to the top, he had a heart attack and died almost instantly. Heres John Marks again.  Hess later confessed that he had faked the amnesia. Results were telling: They became super sensitive to the sensory stimuli they did receive, and then, things started getting really weird. For Cameron, the traits were contagions and anyone affected by the societal, cultural or personality forms would themselves be infected. And these are pictures of him, these are both in the Adirondack Mountains. It is true. And he was always very fascinated by what the future held for us all. In 1984, New Scientist reported on a lawsuit filed on behalf of some of the people who ended up a part of MKUltra's Sub-project 68. Heres journalist John Marks. . . And I feel for them for that. He received an M.B., Ch.B.  Cameron argued that it was necessary for behavioral scientists to act as the social planners of society, and that the United Nations could provide a conduit for implementing his ideas for applying psychiatric elements to global governance and politics. Jim: But again, you know, the deposition transcript, you're going to have to rely on that, like we did. Agnes was born in 1844, in Richmond Victoria Australia. He tried a variety of things, including multiple electroshock therapy sessions a day and massive doses of drugs including LSD. The psychiatric community could have questioned his methods, but they remained silent. The transcript has been edited from our original script for clarity. John Marks: There must have been clinical documents. We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person's profile. Donald Ewen Cameron was born in Bridge of Allan, Scotland, the oldest son of a Presbyterian minister. And in a sense, that's what he wanted to do professionally. In Cameron, the CIA had a psychiatrist, conveniently outside the United States, who was willing to do terminal experiments in electroshock, sensory deprivation, drug testing, and all of the above combined. , Whether or not Cameron was aware that funding for his experiments was coming from the CIA is unclear; it has been argued that he would have carried out the exact same experiments if funding had come from a source without ulterior motives. Heres part of Duncans transcript: Duncan (from the transcript): I recall contacting the American Psychiatric Association and asking them if they would have an interest in holding his papers in their archives, and they expressed an interest in doing it. And it's still hugely controversial: In 2019, The New York Times published drawings done by prisoners who had been subjected to these torture methods at Guantanamo Bay, and it's not for the faint of heart. from the University of London in 1925, and an M.D. . Amory: What was your father like as a dad? 3.99 Canada's McGill University has owned up to the part it played in MKUltra's Sub-project 68, and they say that it really started before Dr. Ewen Cameron even got involved. In 1926, he served as assistant medical officer there and was introduced to psychiatrist Sir David Henderson, a student of Swiss-born US psychiatrist Adolf Meyer. Like in Nicaragua, where he was The New York Times Bureau Chief. Click here for the donation page. Kinzer: If Cameron had failed to find an effective means of mind control despite carrying out the most reckless experiments, in which he was willing to take any kind of a grotesque step in an effort to find that key, this must have helped feed Gottlieb's conclusion that the whole thing didn't exist. Amory: We definitely will. You can see other fellow humans. The human significance of his dark legacy was brought to public attention when nine of his Canadian victims filed lawsuits in 1980s twenty-one years after Camerons death. 22 As the Watergate scandal broke in 1973, MKUltra was officially ordered to be shut down by the CIA. After his mother confirmed that yes, there were 12 boxes of papers that her sons both lawyers said she probably shouldn't share, Duncan revealed that he had gone through and taken out "several papers" that identified "a particular patient." Amory: Jim Turner was one of two prosecutors on the case. Hebb submitted his findings to the CIA, and it ended up being just the beginning. But none of us trained in psychiatry. Duncan Cameron is Ewen Cameron's son, and when he speaks of his father, he talks about a man who loved to hike, read science fiction, and who had an obituary that read, in part: "Those who are privileged to know him, even briefly, will not soon forget the warmth and kindliness of this understanding man." According to The Guardian, it started with playing tapes designed to tap into the reason the patient sought help in the first place. Ewen Cameron was fulfilling one of the items on his life bucket list: to climb Street Mountain. She was not staying in this little town. Through his instruction of nurses and psychiatrists he became an authority in his areas of concentration. He actually has a smile. Despite the horrific abuse, the American and Canadian psychiatric establishment closed ranks. v USA, 1988] Tom Beauchamp, a leading American bioethicist was an expert witness for Camerons estate, arguing that Camerons treatment complied with the norm and practice of the day. His goal was to standardize his treatment, and once he did it for schizophrenia, he believed he would open a "gateway through which we might pass into a new field of psychotherapeutic methods." Ben: Robert Cleghorn, a former member of Camerons staff, took over after Cameron stepped down. Amory: You're welcome to pull it out now. Duncan: Talking about him, it should be easy, but sometimes it's sort of emotional. That could be heightened with various drugs, eventually was replaced by positive messages, and the so-called "psychic driving" would continue. . Dr. Ewen Cameron was an undeniably fascinating figure, and as horrible as his experiments were, the way people continued to talk about him was even more telling. He received an M.B., Ch.B. We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person's profile. , Naomi Klein states in her book The Shock Doctrine that Cameron's research and his contribution to MKUltra were not about mind control and brainwashing, but "to design a scientifically based system for extracting information from 'resistant sources.' Ben: OK. Fair. Amory: And I think you may have given a deposition for that. Ewen married Agnes Cameron (born Bell) in 1867, at age 35 at marriage place. Cameron started to distinguish populations between "the weak" and "the strong". with distinction from the University of Glasgow in 1936. Toby Ziegler:In the '50s, it was the CIA mind control research program begun in response to the Chinese attempt on U.S. prisoners. He wanted to know if it was possible to wipe a person's mind and reinstall a new personality. music, sound effects, tone) are harder to translate to text. Ben: Sure. According to what his son, Duncan, told WBUR, it was 1967 when he decided to climb Street Mountain in the Adirondacks. The described types were the enemies of society and life. Because his dad isnt around to do it himself. Sarah Anne Johnson: I imagine this is very difficult for his family. Duncan: I started work at the State Department just a day or so before Kennedy was assassinated. He promoted a philosophy where chaos could be prevented by removing the weak from society. He served as president of the American Psychiatric Association (19521953), Canadian Psychiatric Association (19581959), American Psychopathological Association (1963), Society of Biological Psychiatry (1965) and the World Psychiatric Association (19611966). Its in the Netflix show, Stranger Things: Amory: Or the hit video game Call of Duty: Ben: They're talking about it on The West Wing:C.J. Lloyd has continued to fight for recognition, recompense, and an apology. Ben: Camerons research could never happen today at least not lawfully. And they are still being asked to by victims and their families, 60 years later. Ben: Even though Cameron never gave the CIA the keys to control peoples minds, he did give them the tools to break peoples minds down experimental drugs, recordings on loop, sensory deprivation. Cameron viewed German society throughout history as continually giving rise to fearsome aggression. In addition to LSD, he experimented with various paralytic drugs such as curare and electroconvulsive therapy at thirty to forty times the normal power. "Now, that was a foolish mistake. Not, at least, until well into 1965, months after they were told to end the experiments. Hij is overleden in het jaar 2010 in Near Toulon, France. And he put Camerons treatment program under the microscope. from the University of London in 1925, and an M.D. In 2020, director Stephen Bennett released "Eminent Monsters," a film that examined the link between Cameron's work and the torture techniques used by organizations around the world, including the CIA. Shes also signed on to the class-action lawsuit against McGill University, the Canadian government, and the CIA. And, until theres true accountability for what happened and what is still happening, it never will be. Typically, I would show up there and, if it was a Friday, ask if I could have a lift down to Lake Placid. These experiments were typically carried out on patients who had entered the Institute for minor problems such as anxiety disorders and postnatal depression; many were permanently debilitated after these treatments. Cameron stated, "Get it understood how dangerous these damaged, sick personalities are to ourselves and above all, to our children, whose traits are taking form and we shall find ways to put an end to them." According to Cameron's psychiatric analysis of the German people, they were not suitable to have children or hold positions of authority because of a genetic tendency to organize society in a way that fostered fearsome aggression and would lead to war rather than peace; he would repeatedly use the German as the archetypal character structure on which to ground the most psychologically deviant humans. Amory: Were bringing you the last installment of our special series: Madness The secret mission for mind control and the people who paid the price. So we don't have. With a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, money from John Wilson McConnell of the Montreal Star, and a gift of Sir Hugh Allan's mansion on Mount Royal, the Allan Memorial Institute for psychiatry was founded. "He was supposed to do wonders with people with depression or mental health issues." , Social and intrapsychic behaviour analysis, Cameron and Freud: civilization and discontents. We put this to Harvey Weinstein, the psychiatrist we heard from earlier, whose father was a patient at the Allan. With the results of the Manhattan project, Cameron feared that without proper re-organization of society, atomic weapons could fall into the hands of new, fearsome aggressors. Maybe the people responsible are waiting for all of us to forget. She's the exception, though, and the CBC says that 2020 saw others like Lana Ponting, who was just 16 when she was sent to the sleep room hoping that year, it would finally be their year, thanks to a class action lawsuit filed in 2019. 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