Document date: n.d.
Document title: In Pursuit of the Answers to the Mind (continued)
Document type: web page
Retrieved on: 28 April 2010
Retrieved from: http://www.lronhubbard.org/philo1/pursuit3.htm
Description: Scientology claims Hubbard worked on deeply disturbed insane people as a lay practitioner at a Savannah Georgia mental hospital.
Traveling east in 1948, Ron spent three months helping deeply disturbed inmates in a Savannah, Georgia mental hospital. “I worked with some of these,” he recalled, “interviewing and helping out as what they call a lay practitioner, which means a volunteer. This gave me some insight into the social problems of insanity and gave me further data in my own researches.” It also restored sanity to a score of previously hopeless cases and once again proved that his discoveries were applicable to all, no matter how badly off they were.
In Pursuit of the Answers to the Mind (continued). (n.d.). lronhubbard.org. Retrieved 28 April 2010 from http://www.lronhubbard.org/philo1/pursuit3.htm