YouTube star Logan Paul paid $1 million for a ranch that used to manufacture LSD. Here’s a look at the property.

YouTube star Logan Paul paid $1 million for a ranch that used to manufacture LSD. Here’s a look at the property.

  • Controversial YouTube star Logan Paul purchased a California ranch that used to manufacture LSD in the late 1960s.
  • The ranch was once owned by Timothy Leary, a former Harvard professor who believed that psychedelic drugs had therapeutic properties.
  • Paul purchased the property for $1 million — plus a single dollar.
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A California ranch that used to manufacture LSD has found a new owner who can appreciate its eccentric history: YouTube star Logan Paul

Paul is known for his viral videos on social media — some of which are widely controversial. In December 2017, he posted a video of himself in Japan’s “suicide forest” with a corpse hanging in the background. A month later, he uploaded footage of him Tasering dead rats. 

The controversies cost him an estimated $5 million worth of business deals, but haven’t stripped him of his millionaire status. Paul currently has an income of around $14.5 million. 

Property records show that the YouTuber paid $1 million, plus a single dollar, for the 80-acre ranch in the San Jacinto mountains. The land once hosted a hippie compound led by former Harvard professor Timothy Leary, who manufactured LSD on-site. Here’s what it looks like. 

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