In September 1967, Blue Sunshine was created in a lab at Stanford. It was a variant of LSD, used by a number of members of the graduating class of that year.
In 1978, a previously unknown set of side effects to Blue Sunshine use became apparent: it caused swift hair loss, inhuman strength and murderous psychotic episodes in several users. Medical study of one of them showed severe chromosonal damage resulting from the drug’s use. An investigation conducted by the FDA located some but not all of the former users of the drug, with a total of 255 doses remaining unaccounted for.