It was an ordinary day in 1951, when a tranquil French town was suddenly and mysteriously plagued with hallucinations and mass insanity.
Dozens of average people were interned in asylums, five people died and hundreds more were afflicted by horrifying visions.
Villagers experienced strange and terrifying hallucinations of snakes, dragons and fire. Many people believed that they were going mad.
For decades, the mystery of Le Pain Maudit (Cursed Bread) haunted the inhabitants of Pon-Saint-Esprit in southeast France.
At first, it was assumed that the local bread had accidentally been poisoned with a psychedelic mold or perhaps organic mercury.
But no one knew for sure, that is until one American investigative journalist uncovered evidence of a covert CIA experiment in the region...
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