Celia Imrie is a film star.
At the age of 14, being underweight, she was sent to St Thomas' Hospital in London.
She became a patient of the world-famous psychiatrist William Sargant.
My electric shock nightmare at the hands of the CIA's evil doctor
Sargant worked for MI5 and the CIA,
He was part of the MK-ULTRA mind control programme.
His work has links to the Jonestown massacre in Guyana, where 900 people died, and to lethal drug experiments at the UK's Porton Down research centre.
Sargant used electric-shocks, insulin-induced comas, and taperecorded 'brainwashing' orders.
William Walters Sargant (1907 - 1988)
William Sargant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1. In 1938 Sargant was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship to spend a year at Harvard Medical School.
2. Sargant developed an interest in brainwashing.
3. Sargant's methods inspired Australian doctor Harry Bailey who employed deep sleep treatment at Sydney's Chelmsford Private Hospital, eventually leading to the death of 26 patients.
4. Former UK Foreign Secretary Dr David Owen worked very closely with Sargant.
5. Quotes from Sargant:
A. "What would have happened if they [new methods of physical and chemical psychiatric treatments] had been available for the last five hundred years?...
"John Wesley who had years of depressive torment before accepting the idea of salvation by faith rather than good works, might have avoided this, and simply gone back to help his father as curate of Epworth following treatment.
"Wilberforce, too, might have gone back to being a man about town, and avoided his long fight to abolish slavery and his addiction to laudanum. Loyola and St Francis might also have continued with their military careers.
"Perhaps, even earlier, Jesus Christ might simply have returned to his carpentry following the use of modern [psychiatric] treatments."
B. "Though men are not dogs, they should humbly try to remember how much they resemble dogs in their brain functions, and not boast themselves as demigods.
""They are gifted with religious and social apprehensions, and they are gifted with the power of reason; but all these faculties are physiologically entailed to the brain.
"Therefore the brain should not be abused by having forced upon it any religious or political mystique that stunts the reason, or any form of crude rationalism that stunts the religious sense."
Experimental UK psychiatric treatment kills and injures patients
In the 1960s and early 1970s an unknown number of people were subjected to prolonged experimental treatment at the Royal Waterloo Hospital in London.
They were drugged to keep them asleep for months on end and given electric shock treatment at many times the frequency and intensity normally used on psychiatric patients.
This was done to them without their consent.
Some patients died.