Hubbard, A. M. (Alfred Matthew), 1901-1982
- Existence: 1901 - August 31, 1982
Alfred Hubbard was born in Kentucky in 1901. After receiving angelic visions in his youth, he built a radioactive battery and sold it for $75,000 in 1918. Hubbard went on to aid in smuggling alcohol into the United States and Canada during Prohibition, shipped armaments from San Diego to Vancouver before the United States officially joined World War II, and eventually moved to Canada. Here, he became a fervent supporter of LSD, going on to work alongside Ross McLean at the Hollywood Hospital. Following the parting of ways between Hubbard and McLean, Al bounced through a variety of jobs, including many government jobs in both the United States and Canada. Hubbard passed away on August 31, 1982.
CitationErowid Character Vaults: Captain Al Hubbard
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSP 90
Abstract The collection contains carbon copies of panel talks presented by doctors at the 1957 LSD-25 program at Hollywood Hospital.
Dates: 1959; Other: Date acquired: 2011-06-01