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Scientist Missing for over 30 years Found Living Inside Secret LSD Drug Lab Hidden in Basement.


A Couple from Cottage Grove, Minnesota discovered a man living inside a secret laboratory inside their basement. On Friday, May 15th 2015 officers with the Warrington County Sheriffs Office went to the Morgan family’s home after receiving a call reporting a possible break in. When the officers pulled up they saw the Morgan Family standing by the road.

“They ran up to us and said they heard a man shouting inside their basement and that’s when they called it in to 911” Said Captain Bruce Normans with the Warrington County Sheriff’s Office.

Officers say that they could hear the man yelling in the basement the moment they entered the Morgan’s home. But when they moved cautiously into the basement they saw nothing. However they could hear banging sounds coming from behind the northern wall of the Morgan family’s basement, specifically echoing from behind a large storage cabinet.

“It was a very odd situation. We assumed the possibility that a vagrant may have been trapped behind the cabinet and needed help” Officer Jim Catelli told Channel 6 news.

When the Officers moved the large metal cabinet they uncovered an entry way to a large hidden room in the basement. The room was full of various science equipment along with a terrified, elderly man. The 83 year old man was identified as Dr. Winston Corrigan, a chemistry professor from the University of Minnesota who went missing in the fall of 1984 and was a previous resident of the home.

“He had clearly been living down there for a long time and had suffered severe psychological trauma.. probably from not socializing with anyone for a while…or from ingesting a lot of the drugs… I don’t know if he had been living down there since the 80’s but I wouldn’t doubt it” Said EMT personnel Landon Choler.

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Dr. Winston is currently being held at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis for observation. He will eventually be sent to the state psychiatric ward in Prairie Hills Clinic where he will undergo a psychiatric evaluation to determine the extent of any psychological damage and possibly reintroduced to modern society.

“I just can’t believe it….it’s just so odd. The family that used to live there moved because they said the house was haunted so I guess that makes sense now.” Said a neighbor who had lived next door for 33 years.

The Police recovered over $500,000 worth of lab equipment stolen from the University, along with 3 hand guns, an assault rifle, 50 years’ worth of military grade rations and twelve 55 gallon barrels (including three almost empty barrels) of what DEA labs have identified as pure liquid Lysergic acid diethylamide, a powerful hallucinogenic drug more commonly known as the street name LSD or Acid.

It is not yet known if or when Dr. Winston will be convicted of any crime.

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6 Comments on Scientist Missing for over 30 years Found Living Inside Secret LSD Drug Lab Hidden in Basement.

  1. Rick from NJ

    This is a truly incredible story. As in; not believable. So, apparently, this man has been living in a secret room, in the basement of a house he used to live in, since the 1980s? With half a million dollars of lab equipment, and twelve 55 gallon drums, and 50 year’s worth of MRE’s? I mean, how big was this room? It must have been HUGE! Bigger than a three car garage. And while the old Professor may have stock-piled a lot of stuff, he couldn’t have had stored everything he needed, for three decades. So he must of been coming and going, on a regular basis. And where was he getting the chemicals needed to make the largest batch of LSD ever? (Literally, enough Acid to send Earth’s entire human population on a week-long trip, with plenty to spare!) How were these controlled precursor chemicals delivered, under the noses of the DEA, and paid for?
    And why isn’t this story making headlines, all over the world?
    Also, of course it isn’t known if he’ll be “convicted” yet, because he hasn’t been charged, or tried for any crime. (Odd mistake for a Journalist to make, and proof-reader to miss?)
    Sorry, but this story reeks like last week’s tuna.

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