Try digitalPLUS for 10 days for only $0.99

Entertainment

Entertainment

Owsley Stanley

Stanley was known as the "Acid King" of the '60s psychedlic era. He reputedly made more than 1 million doses of LSD, much of which fueled Ken Kesey's notorious Acid Tests -- rollicking parties featuring all manner of psychedelic substances, strobe lights and music. He was 76. Full obituary Notable deaths of 2010 Associated Press
Loading

73°