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Oct 19, 2017

Part 1 of a 5-part Smokestack Soundbites series on John Patric.

In 1958, Snohomish resident and writer John Patric was involuntarily committed to Northern State Hospital for the Insane. The psychiatrists there diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic, and recommended he be locked up indefinitely. They said he was a danger to society. As permitted by Washington State law, Patric demanded—and received—a jury trial to determine the matter of his sanity. This is the story of that trial, and of John Patric.

Learn more about Patric through the Northwest Room's digital collections.

Oct 19, 2017

Part 2 of a 5-part Smokestack Soundbites series on John Patric.

In 1958, Snohomish resident and writer John Patric was involuntarily committed to Northern State Hospital for the Insane. The psychiatrists there diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic, and recommended he be locked up indefinitely. They said he was a danger to society. As permitted by Washington State law, Patric demanded—and received—a jury trial to determine the matter of his sanity. This is the story of that trial, and of John Patric.

Learn more about Patric through the Northwest Room's digital collections.

Oct 19, 2017

Part 3 of a 5-part Smokestack Soundbites series on John Patric.

In 1958, Snohomish resident and writer John Patric was involuntarily committed to Northern State Hospital for the Insane. The psychiatrists there diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic, and recommended he be locked up indefinitely. They said he was a danger to society. As permitted by Washington State law, Patric demanded—and received—a jury trial to determine the matter of his sanity. This is the story of that trial, and of John Patric.

Learn more about Patric through the Northwest Room's digital collections.

Oct 19, 2017

Part 4 of a 5-part Smokestack Soundbites series on John Patric.

In 1958, Snohomish resident and writer John Patric was involuntarily committed to Northern State Hospital for the Insane. The psychiatrists there diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic, and recommended he be locked up indefinitely. They said he was a danger to society. As permitted by Washington State law, Patric demanded—and received—a jury trial to determine the matter of his sanity. This is the story of that trial, and of John Patric.

Learn more about Patric through the Northwest Room's digital collections.

Oct 19, 2017

Part 5 of a 5-part Smokestack Soundbites series on John Patric.

In 1958, Snohomish resident and writer John Patric was involuntarily committed to Northern State Hospital for the Insane. The psychiatrists there diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic, and recommended he be locked up indefinitely. They said he was a danger to society. As permitted by Washington State law, Patric demanded—and received—a jury trial to determine the matter of his sanity. This is the story of that trial, and of John Patric.

 “The Ballad of John Patric (Eccentric But Justified)”

  • Lyrics: David Dilgard
  • Arranged and performed by Van Ramsey

Learn more about Patric through the Northwest Room's digital collections.

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