Title: Letters by Ted Arguing the Harvard Psych Experiments Had Little Effect on His Personality
Author: Ted Kaczynski
Date: Nov 20 2005, Nov 17 2017 & Feb 2 2018.

#1. Excerpt from a letter to the author of 'Dostoyevsky's Stalker' (Nov 20 2005)

I experienced a lasting resentment of Murray and his co-workers. This resentment was not primarily due to the “dyadic disputation” that Chase makes so much of. What I mainly resented was the fact that I had been talked into participating in studies that involved extensive invasion of my privacy—and by people whom I disliked personally. I am quite confident that my experiences with Professor Murray had no significant effect on the course of my life.


#2. (Nov 17 2017)

November 17, 2017 ...


#3. (Feb 2 2018)

February 2, 2018 ...

Actually there was only one unpleasant experience in the Murray study; it lasted about half an hour and could not reasonably have been described as “traumatic.” Mostly the study consisted of interviews and filling out pencil-and-paper personality tests. The CIA was not involved.

About 15 or 20 years ago a TV journalist named Chris Vlasto … looked up some of the other participants in the study and found that nothing had happened that was worth reporting in the media…