Albert Hofmann — the Father of LSD — Lived to Be 102!
Albert Hofmann was a Swiss chemist who invented the psychedelic drug LSD. I find it weird that he made it to 102.
Hofmann developed LSD in 1938, but he didn't realize until five years later what effects it would have on the average human. He accidentally ingested his own LSD experiment and found out. Throughout his life Hofmann dropped LSD hundreds of times.
He died in 2008, and it's crazy that he lived so long.
Rick Doblin, the founder and president of Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (it cracks me up that there is such a place!), told the media that Hofmann died from a heart attack.