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Lyndon Fuller


Fuller,  22 years old, jumped from  a third floor window while being treated for depression at Western Kings Memorial Hospital in Berwick November 25, 1988, at 7:45 pm. He was barefoot wearing only a hospital gown.

He left bare foot prints in the snow.

From time to time Canadian newspapers and family renew efforts to find out what happened and to find him.

The simplest explanation is that he was a victim of a problem called ICU or Hospital Psychosis.  Unrecognized by medical authorities it is essentially Subliminal Distraction.

When the problem appeared in business offices in 1964, engineers solved it in four years. Doctors and hospitals have been arguing about what it is, and what to name it for about fifty years.

One in three people who spend 5 days in a hospital ICU has a mental break.  There have been cases of the problem happening to patients in rooms too. Although doctors have spent about 50 years arguing on what to call it no one has solved the problem. When it is recognized to have occurred the patient is strapped down. The episode remits with no treatment when the patient leaves the ICU. Victims typically hallucinate that doctors and nurses are trying to kill them or are extraterrestrial aliens.

If Fuller was already a Subliminal Distraction victim to cause his depression, additional exposure in the hospital would have quickly brought on a severe episode of paranoia, fear, panic, and potentially thoughts of suicide.

The subliminal appreciation of threat, in the mind below thought, reason, and consciousness, guarantees the hallucinations will contain those elements.

See Connie Tucker hospital records, and Site Outline pages.

Whatever he would have hallucinated prompted him to escape. Unknown by the general public people having  a psychotic episode do not experience cold. Fuller would not have been phased by the cold even though he had only the thin hospital gown. Still, he would have succumbed to hypothermia when his body core temperature dropped.

Had he found safe harbor from the elements the intense search and publicity of his disappearance would have brought someone forward.  But is always possible he reached someone off the grid. In the case of UCLA student Ahmad Arain, a non English speaking family in Mexico found him along the side of the road, and took him in. He recovered enough after six weeks to remember his email address and sent home for a pick up.  (Arain fully recovered.)

When I lived in McDonough, Georgia there was a newspaper report of a woman moved to a room after leaving the ICU at Emory Hospital.  She was recovering from surgery. She told nurses she would step outside from her room to smoke.  She vanished and was found later, deceased, locked in the bathroom of an unused room at the hospital.

Subliminal Distraction, explained in first semester psychology as a visual subliminal distraction, arises from  the long term suppression of the vision startle reflex in a location where there is repeating detectable movement in peripheral vision. It is a normal feature in everyone's physiology of sight . We all have minor harmless exposure every day.

The mental event happens when someone creates a location were serious exposure can happen.    College students can use incorrectly designed study and computer use areas and have low level exposure for months until a change in circumstance, or study for midterms, and finals spikes exposure.  A student study showed that half the suicides at MIT happened at those times