Real Or Hoax? – The Russian Sleep Experiment

Performed On Five Prison Inmates During World War II Might Be The Most Terrifying Urban Legend Ever!

Toward the end of the 1940s, Russian researchers conducted a study in which five prison inmates were sealed in an airtight chamber and dosed with an experimental stimulant gas to test the effects of prolonged sleep deprivation. Their behaviour was observed via two-way mirrors and their conversations monitored electronically. They were promised their freedom if they could go without sleep for 30 days. Shout out to Will Horncastle for the submission.

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