Posted by on June 17, 2019 4:57 am
Categories: A-Auto Religion

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Fé Seymour, an idealistic young woman from the Bay Area, signed up for an extraordinary anthropological experiment in the early 1970s hoping to uncover the secrets of peace and humanity.

She ended up plotting a murder.

Seymour told The Daily Beast that a multinational crew of participants, who had agreed to sail across the Atlantic unaided, were overtaken by a kind of madness. The experiment was designed to study the way 11 strangers from different nations, religions and races would respond to being confined to a tiny raft for months on end.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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